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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #77157: French words in English
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    French words in English

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    1. It was apparent from her face that he had committed a and he briefly lost his usual bonhomie to become a shy schoolboy again.

    2. The old aristocracy and, indeed, the middle classes have a rather sniffy attitude to the with their ostentatious displays of wealth.

    3. The first course had not been a complete success but he confidently marched in with his : traditional roast beef and Yorkshire pudding.

    4. Father shouted enthusiastically, “We're finally off on our holidays! !”

    5. Unusually these days, the new MD seemed happy to adopt a style of management while encouraging his managers to pursue their own initiatives.

    6. What I like about dogs is their tremendous , their great enthusiasm for everything.

    7. Her clothes were undeniably but it had to be admitted that she maintained a kind of faded style.

    8. The wrestler's , “Bone Crusher”, left nothing to the imagination.

    9. Children love to make models as it gives them the freedom to get their hands messy.

    10. On arriving in the capital, the allies found themselves faced with a as the resistance fighters had already installed their chosen government.

    11. “Let me introduce you to my ,” she announced, savouring the unusual word with delight before continuing, “This is the man I'm going to marry!”

    12. Mata Hari had been an infamous during the first world war and was eventually condemned to death as a spy.

    13. He was the consummate diplomat and always managed to redeem the gaffs of his political masters.

    14. The vase was an exquisite and it was difficult to imagine how such a beautiful piece had been made so many years ago.

    15. The rogue has clearly led her up the garden path as she's so naïve – a perfect .

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