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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #11034: Adjective
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    1. I need to see a surgeon, my teeth are bleeding!

    2. A good hygiene is necessary to have healthy teeth.

    3. Next year, I will go to School to become a lawyer.

    4. You have no right to smoke in public places.

    5. That pizza is too , I cannot eat it!

    6. Yesterday, we studied the use of solutions.

    7. That story is , my father wouldn't have lied.

    8. He has always been a person, someone on whom we could rely.

    9. Her way of behaving is real concern to us; she doesn't behave like a 20- year- old person.

    10. The puppet's look makes it much attractive.

    11. That pizza is , it is too hot!

    12. That pizza is , it stayed during hours out of the fridge, you may get sick with it!

    13. That book is , there are too many characters in it!

    14. What the teacher is writing is absolutely , he should make some efforts.

    15. The policemen arrested the culprit thanks to the statement of witness.

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