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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #112435: Adjectives and nouns
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    Adjectives and nouns

    Find the nouns matching with the adjectives in brackets.

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    1. In his ( )   [y...] my father travelled a lot. Now he is too old. (young)

    2. I must drink something. I am dying of ( )   [t...] . (thirsty)

    3. That student was very bright. He passed the exam with ( )   [e...] . (easy)

    4. Don't lie ! Tell the ( )   [t...] ! (true)

    5. I don't know how to express my ( )   [gr...] for your help. (grateful)

    6. One of the world's great problems is ( )   [p...] . (poor)

    7. My child must eat something. He is dying of ( )   [h...] . (hungry)

    8. There was no doubt about his ( )   [g...] . So he was sent to prison for two years. (guilty)

    9. He escaped to ( )   [f...] by climbing over the prison wall. (free)

    10. To be a policeman you need to be strong and in good ( )   [h...] . (healthy)

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