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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #64173: One word substitutions
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    English exercise "One word substitutions" created by sreedhar with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from sreedhar]
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    1. I love collecting stamps. I have this strong passion for you see.

    2. This unfortunate man has an abnormal craving for alcohol. He is a .

    3. My uncle loves studying coins of all kinds. He is a famous .

    4. Doctors most of the time have to contend with - all those people who believe themselves to be plagued by a malady or two but are actually fit.

    5. A is a person who really is suffering from a serious ailment and is very worried about it.

    6. A is a very good dancer indeed. Certainly worth emulating if you are planning to become one.

    7. An is a mother's delight for he/she takes care of the birth of a child.

    8. The branch of medicine dealing with the health and care of old people is

    9. If you are interested in it means you love writing about the saints' lives.

    10. If you love studying fish then is your area of interest.

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