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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122130: Nouns and verbs
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    Nouns and verbs


    Choose the right nouns according to the verbs in blue.



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    1. Don't waste , think of feeding the hungry and poor.

    2. Will you permit me to give you advice, I said. You have my , he replied.

    3. Everybody accepted his idea. His idea gained general .

    4. Her mother advised her: you should listen to of your elders.

    5. John is flying to London tomorrow. He must reconfirm his .

    6. You worked hard to achieve your goal. You can be proud of your .

    7. You've lost your game and I'm sorry for your , he said.

    8. Decide what you want to do, then tell us about your .

    9. I believe that knowledge is power. It's my that knowledge is power.

    10. If you were free to choose, what would be your ?









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