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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #70387: Confusing words
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    English exercise "Confusing words" created by sreedhar with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from sreedhar]
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    1. She is such an child that all love her. We all do love innocent and sweet children.

    2. Thomas Alva Edison was such an scientist that he could invent something new within winks!

    3. She is such a worker that she has become a favourite of all her superiors.

    4. Being of a person, whatever be the reason(s), is a self-destructive character to cultivate.

    5. India is a frightfully country and no wonder it is beset with all kinds of problems.

    6. The common of India over the years have become pretty sensible and can no longer be easily duped.

    7. Man needs to learn a lot even as far as religious beliefs are concerned and ought not to
    his fellow men for their religious belief.

    8. He was for some ridiculous reasons indeed

    9. Books containing some objectionable views that hurt the sentiments of a community ought to be .

    10. He was to go for most unusual things by the doctor but amazingly it helped him to get fit.

    11. He is always so arrogant and superior towards others and so not surprisingly behaved towards the beggar.

    12. Some people are so mean and bad that they need to be ticked off. Such people need to be avoided.

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