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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #74734: Compound adjectives
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    Compound adjectives

    Find the compound adjective using the words in brackets.

    English exercise "Compound adjectives" created by eos17 with The test builder
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    1. This (bottle, green) sweater gives me a sad complexion.
    2. I was (tongue, to tie) hearing the news.
    3. Mary has got a (sky, blue) dress as blue as her eyes.
    4. My father came back home (hand, empty) , he hadn't caught a single fish!
    5. He slammed the door and came away . What a (rough, manner) boy!
    6. A (sixteen, year, old) girl has been knocked by a fast -running car.
    7. My husband has bought a (fast, to move) car.
    8. Since the death of her dog, she has felt (heart, heavy) .
    9. The (navy, blue) uniforms of the French Navy are very smart.
    10. In the seventies, this actress enjoyed a (short, to live) success.
    11. My parents have really (old, fashion) ideas!
    12. The (star, to spangle) flag of the USA flaps in the wind.
    13. Her body (half, to turn) towards him, he felt her eyes on him.

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