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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #85845: Compound adjectives
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    Compound adjectives


    Complete with a compound adjective.



    English exercise "Compound adjectives" created by eos17 with The test builder
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    1. The sculptor who shows his work in the garden of the castle is a (to know + well) artist.
    2. I'm reading a (to raise + hair) story. It gives me nightmares.
    3. He seems to be a (cool + head) boy, easy-going !
    4. Cyrano de Bergerac was described as a (long + nose) man.
    5. We see him from a distance with his (colour + straw) trousers.
    6. This (blue + peacock) coat is too large for me.
    7. It was a (to last + long) war between the English and the French: The Thirty Years War.
    8. The cheetah is a (to run + fast) feline.
    9. After the rain, the (slate + blue) roofs glisten in the sun.
    10. I like to correspond with this (well + to read) woman. We speak about interesting topics.








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