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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #59143: Vocabulary booster
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    1. He loves birds and I am sure he is going to be an when he grows up.

    2. He is so that he simply will end up as a failure. Nobody wants a lazy man.

    3. Slaughter houses are an evidence of man's wicked nature. So let's do away with .

    4. He is quite an expert archer. His is simply unbelievable!

    5. She is a fantastic teacher and deserves all the heaped upon her.

    6. He is so in nature that he won't part with a penny even if it is a question of life and death.

    7. I hate him for his pride. He is such a camel.

    8. This is a superb lexicon. It has a number of words.

    9. He is still a at his work. With time he'll learn the tricks of his trade.

    10. He is doing so excellently that we can say he is at the of his career.

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