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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #90668: Adjectives
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    Adjectives


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    1. Sarah is always studying; she is the most pupil in the classroom.

    2. Belinda is very because she spends a lot of time primping and going shopping to find the most beautiful clothes.

    3. Peter is the man that I have ever seen! He blushes when a woman speaks to him.

    4. Despite her strict diet, Samantha can't lose weight and unfortunately she is still .

    5. Look at that man! He looked as he went through the red light.

    6. Brian thinks so highly of himself. He is a very person.

    7. John is very ; he doesn't want to believe that unicorns are mythical creatures.

    8. This man looks ; he has a hard look in his eyes.

    9. My uncle is , he never lends money to anyone.

    10. My plumber is very ! He has broken my wash-basin while repairing my bath.

    11. My sister is very because she hasn't passed her postgraduate exams.

    12. Mr Brown has been since he won the national lottery jackpot.









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