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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #75292: Prepositions and adjectives
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    Prepositions and adjectives

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    1. He is absorbed something he believes will be useful to mankind.

    2. I don't reckon it is a great privilege to be acquainted a VIP or two.

    3. Every teacher will be overjoyed if his students are addicted reading books.

    4. He is so affectionate children that not amazingly he is such a successful teacher.

    5. I get angry people who get angry for no rhyme or reason!

    6. Children should not do things that would make their parents ashamed their conduct.

    7. Unless one is bent achieving success, it will keep eluding one!

    8. He has no regrets that he is born poor parents for they have always showered on him a wealth of love!

    9. He is excited that he is bound some foreign country he always wished to visit!

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