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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #71389: 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 man doesn't drink alcohol. ( )   [te...]

    2. My hobby is to collect stamps. ( )   [ph...]

    3. I love collecting coins immensely. ( )   [nu...]

    4. He is extremely stupid. ( )   [m...]

    5. He spends money like water. ( )   [sp...]

    6. He is very miserly in nature. ( )   [n...]

    7. He has an abnormal craving for setting fire to things. ( )   [py...]

    8. He has an abnormal craving for stealing things. ( )   [kl...]

    9. This is an abnormal dread of water. ( )   [hy...]

    10. He is a child specialist. ( )   [pa...]

    11. He predicts election results. ( )   [ps...]

    12. He knows several languages. ( )   [p...]

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