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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #116685: Word formation
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    Word formation


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    1. He gave a detailed (                                   ) (describe) of the accident.

    2. We were (                             ) (not/patient) for the concert to begin.

    3. I have a friend whose father is a famous (                 ) (act).

    4. The (                                   ) (probable) of getting all the answers correct is about one in ten.

    5. Tom was (                       ) (fury) when he saw Mary kiss someone else.

    6. The boy was sold into (                       ) (slave).

    7. The popularity of a web site depends on its (                       ) (contain).

    8. He was a famous (              ) (poem) and a competent diplomat.

    9. You need to be careful not to hurt Paul's (                          ) (feel).

    10. Every person will be admitted (                                ) (regard) of his or her age.









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