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Verbs coming from nouns and adjectives


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1. The technology (simple) human condition nowadays.

2. We use a few products to (pure) water.

3. The Moon sometimes (yellow) according to the pollution or the position of the Sun.

4. The law (equal) boys as girls through the same rights and duties.

5. Hardworking (rich) its subject, tell wises.

6. He can (strong) himself only by exercising hardly.

7. Smoking is dangerous, it (black) the lungs.

8. The excessive use of chemical fertilisers (poor) soils.

9. Better data programmers (association) themselves to produce a powerful software.

10. The government would like people to (plantation) trees in this park.

11. The soil always (food) the true farmer.









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