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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #68730: Types of persons
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    1. His who was supposed to help him burgle a rich man's house deserted him.

    2. He is a real --- never can you find him lacking in confidence.

    3. This man is such a skilled that the police haven't been able to nab him yet.

    4. These have left their country to try out their luck in their life here.

    5. This poor lost his parents when he was just an infant.

    6. This man can never be found cheerful--a real he is.

    7. I hate those who say one thing and do some thing else--yes I hate .

    8. One who always speaks too much of himself is an can never make friends easily.

    9. A man can never feel at ease until he clears all his debts.

    10. I believe he is not the person he pretends to be--he seems to be an

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