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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #60331: Vocabulary enhancer
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    Vocabulary enhancer


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    English exercise "Vocabulary enhancer" created by sreedhar with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from sreedhar]
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    1. John is such an person that even a child can deceive him.

    2. He is so in nature that no one trusts him and rightly so.

    3. In today's world, unfortunately, one's good deeds go unrecognised and .

    4. His achievements are simply . Nobody has done what he has been able to do.

    5. The language and behaviour of certain people is simply to me.

    6. He is such a person that even if he is face to face with a snake he'll be able to maintain his composure.

    7. He is a man of integrity and hence his actions are .

    8. He has the task of answering a hundred questions in a hour or so.

    9. One's fears and doubts are usually as events show.

    10. Today it is easier to find a person rather than a righteous person.

    11. The idea of offering a sum of 1,000 dollars to all beggars in the world, though a noble one, is hardly .

    12. He is such a person that his heart is not moved a the sight of starving and under-nourished children.









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