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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #106644: Colloquial- common adjectives
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    Colloquial- common adjectives

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    1. I don't like aromatic sauces made with lemon and vinegar: they're too .

    2. When she wears her long mink coat and pearl necklace, she looks really .

    3. Cinderella, dressed in rags, tended the fire in her stepmother's big kitchen.

    4. John is a very type, he always gets what he wants.

    5. How can we encourage girls to study subjects like computer sciences?

    6. Today Fiona's wearing a neon green T-shirt, fuchsia trousers and an orange jacket: what clothes!

    7. I'm afraid of inviting Deborah to dinner: she's so , she does not like anything I cook for her.

    8. Nevil seems a very easy-going guy, but he can become very if contradicted.

    9. Look at Amanda's dress! She's always very stylish and .

    10. I do like horror movies with guys, severed heads and ghosts : they give me the creeps !

    11. I don't like the clothes of that fashion designer; they are too and in bad taste.

    12. He was very in confronting the mugger who was assaulting him.

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