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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #129593: Labour world
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    Labour world

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    1. He will get a pay ( )   [r...] if he asks for it.

    2. I advise you to ( )   [ap...] this job in this factory. (2 words)

    3. They don't have to ( )   [d...] him, he will resign.

    4. She isn't working ( )   [fu...]. She takes care of her baby.

    5. They have organised this ( )   [de...] in order to be better-paid.

    6. Perhaps he will come to the meeting but he's very busy, he's a ( )   [wo...].

    7. The employer wants them to stop this ( )   [s...].

    8. You can get into the ( )   [ch...] office.

    9. The applicants must provide a ( )   [r...].

    10. Now, I am on the ( )   [d...].

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