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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #21233: As / like
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    1. Why can't economists see the damage that legislation this one has done in the past decade.

    2. Taxes on capital are taxes on job.

    3. The common customs tariff, together with protective measures the anti-dumping regulations, are still not sufficient to solve all the union's problems.

    4. There are only a few exceptions, notably in regard to the common agricultural policy.

    5. The results obtained have been described satisfactory.

    6. They chose Delhi the host city for the conference on mass production in industrialised countries.

    7. He made it clear that he didn't want to end up in a company the one which he visited last week.

    8. They seem unable to react to changes at world level in the same way their competitors.

    9. The business students talked about the Lomé convention,which many regarded a model of development cooperation.

    10. ...and a consequence,their raw material is of substantard quality.

    11. I think that what he really meant was the shares looked a promising long term gamble.

    12. The whole thing looks common sense to me!

    13. The flow of foreign exchange is regarded nowadays the principal factor influencing development.

    14. It is results that which are very encouraging especially when you've worked hard.

    15. Countries the ones we visited have been having economic problems lately.

    16. He said that the threat of insolvency was a sentence of immediate hanging ...

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