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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #18165: Mixed words
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    Mixed words

    Find the words.

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    1. Girls with long hair often make a (              ) tail with it.

    2. When the sun shines, wearing (                                ) is better for your eyes.

    3. A (                 ) is a music instrument with black and white keys.

    4. Using a (                    ) allows you to remain anonymous.

    5. A (                             ) is a piece of furniture where you generally keep dishes and glasses.

    6. A (                             ) is a person who works with you.

    7. Women like using (                          ) to protect their lips or have a more beautiful smile.

    8. When you are (                    ) , you do need to eat;

    9. A (                 ) is a drawing on your skin, permanent or not, generally made with a special ink.

    10. Typing a word in (              ) is a way to draw the attention on it.

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