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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #77344: Confusing words
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    Confusing words


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    1. Do you need a to get over your family difficulties ?

    2. Several islands in the Indian Ocean are in danger on account of the warming up.

    3. The writer was in his own country.

    4. I look after my son on weekends.

    5. They gave their to his presidential candidature.

    6. I'm trying to my husband to build a swimming pool in the garden.

    7. A society is going to Africa with medical equipment.

    8. I was afraid of my teacher who was an man with his pupils.

    9. This botanical garden is a real oasis with its vegetation.

    10. A bicycle is more than a car.

    11. Paul doesn't like games, he prefers open-air games

    12. The itinerary you suggest is for us. It has rained a lot.

    13. The ant is making for winter while the cicada sings.

    14. My husband dreams of this car but it's too .









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