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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #12097: Adjectives and suffixes
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    Adjectives and suffixes


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    1. I can't understand a word of these instructions - they're .

    2. Teenagers want to be and wear all the latest styles.

    3. It's terrible that there are so many people in a country that is so rich.

    4. A 100 gram bag is 70 pence, but the 200 gram bag is only £1.20, so it's more to buy the larger bag.

    5. This bag is very : I take it to work and when I go on holiday.

    6. We've never had problems with our TV in ten years; it's been very .

    7. The factory is in the part of the city, and it's not very attractive.

    8. You must be very when you drive in wet weather.

    9. This is a very road, you know. There were two serious accidents on it last year.

    10. It was very when I hit my leg against the corner of that table.

    11. The tourist information office was very and told us everything we needed to know.

    12. Everyone in my country has heard of her; she's very .









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