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    Compound words

    Please, construct compound nouns from the below words and write them in the appropriate blank space.











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    English exercise "Compound words" created by zilazila with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from zilazila]
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    1. Her grandfather didn't like to talk about his painful .

    2. Their mother them because of their bad behaviour.

    3. His grandfather put his hand on his to show the place of the pain to the doctor.

    4. My cousin is a real . Reading is his only activity.

    5. The has a lot of protein and it is good for our health.

    6. She will never hire that man in her office.

    7. His left was torn in an accident and his hearing was impaired.

    8. His stepfather was suffering from the stones.

    9. When she got married, her mother-in-law was really an interfering in her life.

    10. That early morning was , cold and dismal when her mother went forever.

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