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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3058: Adjectives / Adverbs
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    Adjectives / Adverbs


    Adjectives / Adverbs



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    1. When we heard that Paul had passed all his tests we were really .

    2. All of us congratulated him .

    3. Paul's maths teacher, Mr Cosine, was extremely .

    4. Mr Cosine said that Paul had done an work.

    5. The night before the tests Paul didn't sleep enough.

    6. After the last test, Paul was so tired that he could keep an eye open.

    7. That last test was so hard that Paul felt at first.

    8. He has worked very for months and deserves his holiday.

    9. It's wonderful for his old mother who's very too, of course.

    10. Paul has now completed the maths course .









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