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    Learn French > French lessons and exercises > French test #114105
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Adjectives | Frequent mistakes | Opposite words | Find the word [Change theme]
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    Antonyms and derivation


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    1. My new car runs on gazoline. (leaded)

    2. Her baby was alone while she was going to the market. It was ! (responsible)

    3. A shopkeeper a batch of shoes which come from China . (to stock)

    4. This decision has been made without the consultation of the nursing staff, so we . (to agree)

    5. They are operating because the law forbids to have a bank account in a tax heaven. (legally)

    6. You can't have one without the other ! My twins are ! (separable)

    7. This dress looks for the religious ceremony. (seemly)

    8. Soon the coast , the wind pushing the sailing boat towards the open sea. (appeared)

    9. The curriculum vitae shows an man without experience .I can't take him on. (mature)

    10. That area is ! Sand, dunes as far as the eye can see, no living soul around . It is the desert ! (hospitable)









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