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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #11802: What's the right word? 4
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    What's the right word? 4

    Find the words.

    English exercise "What's the right word? 4" created by marit64 with The test builder
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    1. What word means a mat kept in front of the door of a house? (                       )
    2. This word means a kind of yellow spring flower which grows from a bulb. (                          )
    3. A word used for tiny drops of moisture coming from the air as it cools, especially at night. (           )
    4. A word meaning an argument or quarrel. (                       )
    5. What word would you use to say the quality of being deep? (                          )
    6. It's a small book containing a record of daily happenings. (                 )
    7. If I were kept or supported by another person, I would be ... (                             )
    8. What word means a small quantity of liquid falling in drops? (              )
    9. If you fail to fulfil the hopes or expectations you ............ (                                )
    10. What do you call what one ought morally or legally to do? (              )

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