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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #74644: Words often confused
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    English exercise "Words often confused" created by sreedhar with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from sreedhar]
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    1. I came across a crank once who had had his hair green.

    2. Many pedestrians in accidents that took place in the highly populated city of Calcutta last year.

    3. The food they serve in this restaurant has an extremely taste.

    4. He keeps a or two and believes that he runs a large business enterprise!

    5. Only in life do some people realize the folly of being lazy and unhealthy in their outlook towards life.

    6. I love reading books written by Christie and Doyle. However, the books penned by the are far more engrossing!

    7. The stern parent cautioned his children not to get off the train until it was .

    8. With a lot of writing to do I need to buy some immediately.

    9. A lot of is one of the essential things in being able to speak English well.

    10. He needs to speaking English to ultimately acquire a good grasp of the language.

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