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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #75077: Vocabulary enricher
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    Vocabulary enricher

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    1. The saying - work is worship is heard so often(irritatingly so) that it has become a real .

    2. A diplomat has to, more often than not, handle a delicate situation or two with a lot of indeed.

    3. The Indian or style of cooking holds a lot of fascination to the great many foreigners who visit the country.

    4. When he was told he had a in dealing with the case the police officer's joy knew no bounds!

    5. A person-a thoroughly innocent person is hard to come by in this highly corrupt,immoral world of ours!

    6. Imagine if a cave happens to be the meeting place - the for some intellectuals-how very absurd!

    7. A spate of holidays are always welcome but they do lead to a fit of too! They can be boring to be precise.

    8. What a it would be for a teacher to smoke in presence of his dear pupils!

    9. This book is a fine of some lovely stories. What a fascinating mixture indeed!

    10. A real test of one's courage is to come ie face to face to it and face it coolly.

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