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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #75996: Confusion of words
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    Confusion of words


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    1. He is such an archer that he is bound to strike it rich at the Olympics!

    2. Inventing things at a short notice seemed to have been a real quality in Thomas Alva Edison

    3. Age us considerably and as Shakespeare said our second childhood sets in.

    4. He was in a case so brutal and sickening that it sent shock waves throughout the country!

    5. It is for us to do something really useful now and at once for life is fleeting!

    6. He me to help him but I simply couldn't forget the several occasions he had hurt me!

    7. An error had been committed by him which cost him rather dearly.

    8. Young men more often than not take decisions and so it is preferable to seek the counsel of some elders.









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