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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #97980: Formation of words
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    Formation of words

    Complete the sentences with the noun/the adjective coming from the verb/the noun.

    Example: He's a very good......... -WORK-

    Answer: worker

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    1. When I entered the room, they looked at me in (astonish).
    2. Did you report the (lose) of your passport?
    3. A major change would be (benefit).
    4. Walking is an (effect) way of keeping fit and it's free!
    5. Let's hope she will be (apology) for being so late.
    6. You can't imagine how (bore) I was during the lecture!
    7. There were more than 500 (apply) for that low-paid job. Unbelievable!
    8. My father was born deaf but his (able) has never been a real problem.
    9. In case of (obey) you will be punished.
    10. After a positive drug test, an athlete must be (qualify).

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