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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #116741: Antonyms and derivation action
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    Antonyms and derivation action

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    1. accompanied by the orchestra, the singer sang a cappella. (accompanied)

    2. You have a spidery handwriting ! Your text is legible that 's why I can't read it. (legible)

    3. I'm afraid of spiders but I have a phobia about snakes. (afraid)

    4. You don't drink enough with this scorching heat ! You are completely hydrated ! (hydrated)

    5. The regulation of trade makes social movements. (regulation)

    6. The lawyer can prove the disputable alibi of the defendant. (disputable)

    7. She remained perturbed listening to the verdict. (perturbed)

    8. After his defeat in the world championship, he was totally heartened. (heartened)

    9. I 'm sorry but I am available today. (available)

    10. Paul is mature for this job ! (Mature)

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