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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #102523: Strong winds
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: The weather | Nature [Change theme]
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    Strong winds

    Find the names of winds.

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    1. The great speed of the ( )   [g...] caused to boat to capsize.

    2. The ship drove fast, Loud roared the ( )   [b...] . (Coleridge)

    3. The cars caught in the ( )   [b...] got buried in the snow.

    4. The ( )   [t...] was Shakespeare's last play.

    5. The ( )   [st...] uprooted trees and plants. (2 words)

    6. A ( )   [Hi...] in Jamaica is a novel by R. Hughes. (2 words)

    7. The ( )   [t...] rotated violently in columns, leaving death and destruction in its wake.

    8. The ( )   [s...] rose suddenly bringing violent showers.

    9. ( )   [hu...] are often but not always given women's names in alphabetical order.

    10. ( )   [c...] are very common in India and tropical countries.

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