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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #60488: Feelings and emotions
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    1. He looked so that we knew at once he had failed his exam.

    2. You look today. Have you received good news from John?

    3. The old lady was always about her rude and noisy neighbours.

    4. Unfortunately her parents took a to her boyfriend the minute they saw him.

    5. We had a time at the cinema last night. The film was silly and the actors were awful.

    6. You must promise not to me down. Do come to my party tonight!

    7. She was when she heard that her son was safe.

    8. Watch your language! Your father is in a bad this morning.

    9. You've got what you want. You should be with yourself.

    10. There is nothing to about:. The situation is under control!

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