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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #75519: Confusing words
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    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. Owing to the fact that there were over a hundred employees it took some time for the wages to be .

    2. I am glad that I could him of his misconception that smoking a cigarette made him look like a hero!

    3. Many a Sherlock Holmes fan still find it hard to accept that he was a merely character.

    4. All avoid him for his nature! He truly is awfully bad-tempered all the time.

    5. Politicians all over the world feed us with ideas, cunningly promising to usher in peaceful and prosperous times!

    6. For most of us, becoming rich and successful is an thing because fortune is something very whimsical.

    7. To a person's worth in his given field is not easy, unless of course one is an expert himself in it.

    8. If we are of the facts in time we can avoid needless inconveniences that could crop up in our lives.

    9. When confronted with conditions, bold men show extraordinary endurance.

    10. He is so to hard work that his parents are quite anxious about his future.

    11. His to fame has been something truly phenomenal! Equally incredible has been his sudden fall!

    12. Seeking his to go ahead with the programme was the only disagreeable part of the whole business.

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