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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #70386: One word substitutions
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    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. This good-looking boy is rather unfortunate, for he is a child. He was born after his father died.

    2. Many would be in declaring that Mahatma Gandhi can be considered to be one of greatest Indians ever.

    3. This man is bound to find himself totally broke, ie without money for he is a --he spends money like anything.

    4. In the that was carried out it was discovered that there was no foul play in the death of the rich man.

    5. He is a to the core, that is to say that he will do things if only he is paid handsomely. Money is the be all and end all for him.

    6. An Indian is usually a and is absolutely sure that success or failure will be his lot only if his destiny demands it to be so.

    7. In those days one could find many an Indian to be a that is one who remained unmarried for spiritual reasons.

    8. Never believe things easily simply because someone near and dear say so. Believe things if only they come from an source.

    9. In the dead man's very nice things were said about him by all. Wonder how much truth lay in it.

    10. Politicians, like beggars, beg for votes and once they get elected they simply become - you can't just approach them.

    11. Some writers can be boring for their style of writing is rather . There are words and words in their works.

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