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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #18420: Convenient words
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    Convenient words


     

     Use the root words to form words that fit the sentences

    example:       Please, be polite to .............  (custom)

                                            the answer is:  customers





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    1. Henry has a very wide of foreign affairs. (know)

    2. A lot of money was taken in the bank yesterday. (rob)

    3. This road is to be to allow for heavy vehicles. (wide)

    4. Is there a central in the house ? (heat)

    5. Over two hundred are to take part in the tournament. (compete)

    6. The of the mountain (ascend)......

    7. takes longer than the . (descend)

    8. His first missed but he killed the wild duck with the second. (shoot)

    9. I'm sure Mary will have to make a soon. (decide)

    10. Please, send an envelope with your letter of . (apply)









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