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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #59847: Foreign Expressions
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    Foreign Expressions

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    English exercise "Foreign Expressions" created by sreedhar with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from sreedhar]
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    1. I have been given . So now I can choose my own strategy to solve the problem.

    2. He is my . Life without him is no life at all.

    3. I believe Shakespeare's is Hamlet, the Prince of Denmark. What do you think about it ?

    4. In a with his ministers the Prime Minister decided to rethink some of his policies.

    5. It is difficult to imagine that India and Pakistan will prefer even a to put an end to their differences

    6. Hard work (however hackneyed it may sound) is the condition to success.

    7. Politicians need to listen to the masses. After all

    8. You hurt me and so justice demands that I hurt you . you see !

    9. By calling women greedy, ambitious and irrelevant he had committed quite a .

    10. I believe this is what they say is . I believe,you see, that I have seen all this before.

    11. He is a student of this college. So, there is no need to stop him from entering.

    12. An enemy of humanity is in all ways a .

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