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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #109097: Collective nouns
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    Collective nouns

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    1. Beware! A termite , which often looks like a growth on a tree, may prove extremely dangerous.

    2. They found a of bats in the attic of the old, dilapidated building.

    3. At the San Diego Aquarium we went to see a of dolphins performing acrobatics.

    4. There used to be a of mackerel in this area, but there are no more now.

    5. It's a false belief that wolves in a howl at the moon; in fact, they never do.

    6. While riding our bikes on an Irish country road, we could see several of multi-coloured sheep grazing in the grass.

    7. Look, Peter, there's a big of geese in flight over our heads!

    8. When driving along Australian roads, pay attention to of kangaroos crossing in front of your car : this may cause a serious accident.

    9. Large of monkeys living in old Indian temples are considered sacred animals.

    10. Wild horses living in a small often dominated by a mare are also called feral.

    11. A of wasps attacked a donkey who died soon after.

    12. Gorillas usually live in small of six or seven individuals.

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