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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #22945: Word scramble: Put the letters in the correct order to form
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    Word scramble: Put the letters in the correct order to form


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    English exercise "Word scramble: Put the letters in the correct order to form" created by sidou77 with The test builder
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    1. To gradually disappear, or to make something do this (                             )
    2. Similar to another situation or thing (                             )
    3. Not liked by most people (                             )
    4. When something becomes better than it was (                                   )
    5. Very unhappy and without hope (                                )
    6. A room in law court where cases are judged (                             )
    7. To disagree with something, especially by saying that the opposite is true (                                )
    8. A marked place where people can cross a road safely (                             )
    9. To be more angry, afraid, worried etc than you should be (                             )
    10. Impossible to read (                             )
    11. Of many different kinds (                                         )
    12. When people are treated in a bad and unfair way (                             )
    13. Continuing without stopping or being interrupted (                                         )
    14. Able to be divided by a number (                             )
    15. Someone or something that helps you in a very important way (                             )
    16. Longer than normal (                             )
    17. A feeling or quality that exists but is not very easy to recognize (                             )
    18. Happy feelings when you think something good is going to happen (                                      )
    19. Making you feel more active and healthy (                                      )
    20. Warning people about terrible events that will happen in the future (                                   )








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