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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #68981: Orthographic teaser
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    Orthographic teaser

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    English exercise "Orthographic teaser" created by sreedhar with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from sreedhar]
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    1. Some people show tremendous in their work. Admirable to say the least.

    2. I have no whatsoever with this person-so don't ask me anything about him.

    3. He is gobbling up his food-- he is famished!

    4. Are we of the fact that we are out to destroy our very home--Mother Earth?

    5. He has no at all for his utterly objectionable behaviour.

    6. Science has made life very for man today--perhaps more than necessarily so!

    7. The function has been some future date so why bother about the utter lack of preparations for it?

    8. The prisoners has puzzled the cops to no end.

    9. Better leave it to the of a person whether he should hurt his neighbour or not.

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