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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121052: Adjectives before and after nouns
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    Adjectives before and after nouns

    Find the meaning of the words in capital letters, according to their place in the sentences.

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    1. The CONCERNED doctor phoned for an ambulance.

    2. The doctor CONCERNED is on holiday at the moment.

    3. It was a very INVOLVED question and it took an hour of us to solve that.

    4. The person INVOLVED has left the company.

    5. PRESENT employees are three thousand in number.

    6. The employees PRESENT should vote on this sensitive matter so that management could take corrective measures in future.

    7. Children should attempt this question as well because it is a PROPER question.

    8. The question PROPER has not been answered.

    9. Janet is a RESPONSIBLE girl; she takes care of everything.

    10. The girl RESPONSIBLE has been expelled.

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