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Formation of nouns

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There was an (break) of malaria in the village.

Answer: outbreak.

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1. It's really cold outside. Please put on your (pull).

2. There have been many scientific (break) recently.

3. His daily (take) of water is not enough.

4. She has a very narrow (look) on life.

5. Jennifer needs an (let) for her energy.

6. Due to the heavy (pour) we cannot go out.

7. Yesterday there was a (hold) at the bank.

8. When the car broke down, we had to push it off the (way).

9. At the (set) of winter, these birds migrate to another country.

10. It was his arrogance that caused his (fall).

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