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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #120775: Adjectives
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    Adjectives


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    1. Even in the boom years between 2003 - 2006, the job market was not as as today's.

    2. Patricia is what you might call an cook, thanks to her paternal grandmother.

    3. Technological alternatives have opened the meditated conversation of politics to the non-elite voices.

    4. These alkyd oil paintings depicting scenes, have been developed more for the hobby market so the quality of the pigments used is less intense than standard artist quality paints.

    5. Sebastian is just the one to soothe your nerves. It is quite natural for you to be , but put your fears aside.

    6.  The prisoner has a air and is prone to panic attacks.

    7. An model of psychotherapy is used for those who are so bold as to embark on a career as a psychotherapist.

    8. The  blather of local politicians can be heard during election campaigns.

    9. The weekly online newspaper, known for its and derisive reporting, turns 10 this year.

    10. Problems associated with wounds include social isolation, loss of appetite, inhibition of intimacy and distress for the patient and carers.

    11. Those guys said some stuff on the Internet about our playing, and it's so and ridiculous.









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