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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #69352: Some lovely comparisons
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    Some lovely comparisons


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    English exercise "Some lovely comparisons" created by sreedhar with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from sreedhar]
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    1. This boy is a real wonder -- he is so full of beans! He is as agile as a .

    2. She is extremely ambitious and does not care a bit for morality! This dangerous woman is as ambitious as .

    3. The poor fellow used some oil on his hair and now has gone as bald as a .

    4. A mother's love for her child is immeasurable, it is by all means as boundless as the .

    5. This man is ever so occupied with some job or other and therefore can be considered to be as busy as a .

    6. It is as clear as that this shopkeeper is a fraud out to cheat an innocent customer.

    7. I found the place totally deserted and found it very depressing. A place that is as desolate as a does have such an effect on anyone.

    8. He seems extremely ecstatic about something-indeed he is as gay as a today.

    9. One needs to be as industrious as an to enjoy true success in life.

    10. This boy gets on my nerves because he is a regular chatterbox--as talkative as a to be precise.









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