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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #7982: The right word
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    The right word


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    1. It is a kind of a hamster, it is made of two words. (                             ) (2 words - Space)

    2. An adjective that means that you are fascinated by someone, like charmed. (                                )

    3. An adjective that refers to a cliché, something which is endlessly repeated and sounds boring. (                             )

    4. A verb meaning that a witness must make a statement in a court of justice. (                          )

    5. An adjective used for a flower that is almost dead, after a couple of days in a vase. (                          )

    6. A noun meaning that you are eating crisps or peanuts before having lunch. (                          )

    7. A noun describing someone who's too proud of himself, who considers he is the best . (                          )

    8. A verb meaning to receive objects from a dead relative after a testament. (                       )

    9. In a football match, it's a man who's making sure that the rules are properly applied. (                       )

    10. This noun refers to the wages of a priest. (                       )

    11. An adjective referring to someone who enjoys kidding and making jokes. (                       )

    12. This noun refers to the moment of the day when the sun goes down. (                          )

    13. An adjective meaning that you are starving. (                          )

    14. A refined term used to speak about the place, the location of something. (                 )

    15. It means to determine the price of an object before an auction. (                                )

    16. A term used to speak about the consequences of an accident and so on. (                             )

    17. This verb is a synonym of ' to denounce', it's also a false-friend. (                    )

    18. An adjective that refers to a nasty person, often a hag or a mother-in-law (often a cliché lol) . (                       )

    19. An adjective referring to a person who never gives up despite difficulties. (                          )

    20. In a mine, this is the place where the coal is extracted. (                                )









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