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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #92762: Confusing Words
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    Confusing Words


    Mistake ( as a noun ) something that has been done incorrectly, an error in action, opinion etc.


    Blame ( as a verb )   responsibility for a mistake or for something bad


    Fault ( as a noun )    imperfection, flaw


    Defect ( as a noun ) a fault in someone or something, it commonly refers to several troubles with software products







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    1. Yesterday I made a big in the exam.

    2. Don't her. That car accident wasn't her fault.

    3. Mary often feels guilty and herself for everything.

    4. It's my . I forgot to feed my cat.

    5. The car has an engine and it must be repaired immediately.

    6. You have made a few in your calculations.

    7. Her son was born with a serious cardiac birth .

    8. One of her is that she is always late.

    9. It was a big to buy this old car.

    10. An engine could have caused the explosion.









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