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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #31493: Mixed words
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    Mixed words


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    1. People who are (                             ) are unwilling to change their ideas, or to accept new ones.

    2. Someone or something that is (                 ) is very large in size, weight or amount.

    3. A (                       ) is a gift of money, clothing or food, which is given free to poor people by richer ones or by charity.

    4. A condition of life that is (                 ) is difficult for people to cope with.

    5. A (                       ) is a very large bag often made of leather or nylon in which you put clothes and other things when you're going away from home.

    6. (                       ) are the small seeds from the pods of a particular plant.

    7. If you (                    ) something or someone you dislike them very much.

    8. Something that is (                       ) is simple and easy to understand rather than being complicated.

    9. When you say someone is (                                ) you mean they're rather silly.

    10. Someone who is (                                      ) is noisy and difficult to control.









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