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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #8346: Dialogue : At the hairdresser's
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    Dialogue : At the hairdresser's

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    1) "dandruff" is always in the singular form.
    2) "a ponytail" (not "a queue")).

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    -My hair is quite ( )   [t...]. I would like to have it ( )   [c...]. -All right, and would you like to dye your ( )   [h...]? -Actually, I would like to keep my natural ( )   [c...]. Yet I would like some ( )   [bl...]. (2 words) -I see that you have ( )   [d...]. Would you like a special ( )   [s...] to make them disappear? -I have tried ( )   [t...] my hair regularly (2 words) and I use some ( )   [eg...] (2 words) but my hair is still ( )   [g...]. -You should use a special ( )   [c...] once a week. Your hair will soon become ( )   [s...]. -I have tried to ( )   [s...] it, to wear a ( )   [p...], ( )   [b...], to ( )   [w...] it with beer, eggs and all kind of miracle ( )   [d...] but it didn’t help, so I entirely trust you !

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