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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121473: Adjectives of the day
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    Adjectives of the day

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    1. This photo conjures up memories of the days of my childhood, especially the day I learned to ride a bike and the day I finally defied the bullies who had been annoying me for years in school.

    2. Art therapists need an expansive visual vocabulary to be enough to help children, adolescents, and adults explore their emotions, reduce anxiety, relieve stress, and improve self-esteem.

    3. I heard persistent though outrageously assertions that they were more interested in selling people's privacy to the highest bidder than collecting it to manage their customer relationship.

    4. Good and bad events temporarily affect happiness, but people quickly adapt back to neutrality. What once provided a thrill becomes a mere part of the background.

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    6. A constitutional law expert, Jordan Turner, confirmed a penalty of $2 million, meaning any belongings recovered of up to that amount could be confiscated from the convicted fraudster.

    7. His statements about millimeter waves for 5G access networks are almost entirely and are not based on established health effects associated with the potential for cancer causing DNA damage.

    8. Consumers are considered to be fairly well informed and and if they are not willing to accept how a food is labelled, they should get in touch with the food business operator.

    9. Despite the fact that bullying and harassment and workplace incivility more broadly are and repeated signs that something is not right, research has ignored its longer term consequences.

    10. Scratching an itch could induce an response which could be both pleasant and unpleasant to various degrees in soothing itchy skin, according to some researchers.

    11. The bulk of cases won't do all that much to help workers. They are mostly based on how a merger would affect consumers and especially whether it leads to higher prices.

    12. A diet centered on whole foods when chosen correctly and consumed in reasonable portions in combination with foods that contain protein or healthy fats promotes a lean body composition.

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