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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #103658: Non-hyphenated compound words
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    Non-hyphenated compound words

      A compound word is a combination of two or more words.   Compound words can be written as single words, hyphenated, or written as separate words



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    1. Every Saturday in Salisbury there's a lovely .

    2. If you go camping, you'll certainly need a .

    3. Until a few years ago, people who lost a parent used to wear a black .

    4. To call France from a telephone box in the UK you need an international .

    5. The is behind the Cathedral, you can't miss it.

    6. 'The ' is a beautiful poem by W. H. Auden.

    7. is a famous street in San Francisco

    8. This beautiful bone china belonged to Queen Victoria.

    9. My is very old; it doesn't take photographs.

    10. I bought a lovely to put on my balcony.

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