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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #75598: Orthographic conundrum
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    Orthographic conundrum

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    English exercise "Orthographic conundrum" created by sreedhar with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from sreedhar]
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    1. Some people, especially those who spread hatred in the name of religion are very indeed

    2. Today, our lives have become rather indeed, One can never tell whether misfortune or good fortune is awaiting us!

    3. The ways of Fortune are very . Whom she will lift to the skies and whom she will bring down is a mystery.

    4. He raised his eyebrows in such an manner that I almost failed to observe it.

    5. Alexander, the extraordinary conqueror, was more or less .

    6. India's population has ballooned to such an alarming extent that it is admittedly now.

    7. India and Pakistan have become increasingly hostile towards each other and now are simply

    8. Ace cricketers like Sachin Tendulkar and Brian Lara are just .

    9. The habit of smoking, undoubtedly, is a highly habit.

    10. The locales in Kashmir are simply to say the least!

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