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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #39261: People appearence
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    People appearence


    A woman with blue eyes and brown hair is a blue-eyed and brown-haired woman.

     

    Somebody who has a thin face is a thin-faced person.

     

    Somebody with fair hair is fair-haired person.

     

    Somebody who writes with his or her left hand is left-handed.





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    1. A person with grey hair is a person.

    2. Somebody with broad shoulders is .

    3. People who write with their right hands are people.

    4. A person with green eyes is a person.

    5. A woman with dark hair is a woman.

    6. Somebody with long legs is .

    7. A brown-eyed man is a man with .

    8. A grey-haired old lady is an old lady with .

    9. A woman in a red dress is a woman.

    10. Somebody with curly hair is a person.









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