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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119468: Derived words
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    Derived words


    Change verbs into nouns or adjectives.



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    1. The (burgle) got into the house through the window.

    2. The bank (rob) escaped in a red sports car.

    3. The judge sentenced the (crime) to ten years in prison.

    4. Many people are in court to hear what (punish) the judge will give.

    5. The criminals didn't even (apology) for their crimes.

    6. The judge may (short) their prison sentence for good behaviour.

    7. The (govern) will have to reduce crime before the next election.

    8. The victim rarely shows any (sympathise) for the criminal who stole his or her car.

    9. The (sing) was very nervous.

    10. After the (establish) of responsible government the main issue was how to tax the citizens.









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