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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #120754: Adjectives and nouns
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    Adjectives and nouns

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    1. Expensive (leather Italian handmade) shoes : these are my pride and joy.

    2. I own a (old beautiful pair) of shoes but I discovered that one of the shoes was missing.

    3. I had left the shoes on my (doorstep back) to do some gardening.

    4. My neighbour has a (dog friendly large) called Sam.

    5. When I saw that one of my shoes had disappeared, I knew that Sam had taken it. I can't say he behaved (bad/badly) , he just behaved like a dog.

    6. Leather looks (well/good) .

    7. It tastes (good/well) ,too.

    8. I unwillingly gave Sam the (remaining Italian shoe) and then followed him.

    9. I not only found one (Italian unchewed shoe) but also a pile of things, Sam had been borrowing,

    10. including my wife's (slippers fur-lined red) , which Sam had tried for dinner.

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