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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #70133: Nouns and prepositions
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    Nouns and prepositions

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    English exercise "Nouns and prepositions" created by sreedhar with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from sreedhar]
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    1. It is said that the first Prime Minister of India Pundit Nehru had great affection children.

    2. He must somehow give up his fondness sweets.

    3. I am amazed his great capacity to work tirelessly thus.

    4. I hardly can hope to have peace such an unreasonable person.

    5. Many parents, unfortunately, have objection the idea of their children choosing teaching as their profession.

    6. I hardly have any acquaintance him, so how can I possibly go to the party thrown by him?

    7. He is hardly sorry the mistakes he has deliberately committed.

    8. These days few students are serious their studies.

    9. He is brilliant solving puzzles of any kind.

    10. I am amused his talk of honesty when actually he is very dishonest in his dealings.

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