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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #111787: Synonyms
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    English exercise "Synonyms" created by eos17 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from eos17]
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    1. He's hopeless ! Paul is a very (maladroit) boy.

    2. She's so (anxious) that she's losing sleep over it.

    3. This is a (dangerous) crossing without crew !

    4. My grandmother used to make (delicious) apple-pies.

    5. I'm satisfied with your work. Your translation is very (right).

    6. You are (crazy) to attempt Mount Everest without oxygen.

    7. It was a/an (deliberate) media impact before the elections.

    8. Keats, my dog has eaten the chicken put on the table. I'm very (annoyed) with him !

    9. She isn't as qualified as she claims. She's a (pretentious) girl.

    10. Currently the customs officers are very (suspicious) .

    11. He abused him shouting (odious) words!

    12. We are (confused) about such a behaviour!

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