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    Adjectives and synonyms (English exercise n108162 - Please quote this number when contacting us)

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    Adjectives and synonyms


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    1. The humorist makes his audience laugh with (funny) sketches.

    2. Hercule Poirot was a (discerning) detective.

    3. The last act of this opera is really (touching) ! I'm on the verge of tears.

    4. He does (stunning) stunts !

    5. She has always (astute) ideas of decoration using driftwood.

    6. With a (solemn) tone, he wished a happy New Year !

    7. The lecturer makes a long (incoherent) speech on television. We can hear some hissing !

    8. Mathematics is an (obscure) science for her !

    9. The museum puts on (diversified) exhibitions : paintings, furniture, jewels ...

    10. My boss grouses for no reason ! What a (bad-tempered) man !.









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