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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #124122: From verb to noun
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    From verb to noun

    Change the verbs in brackets into nouns.

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    English exercise "From verb to noun" created by eos17 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from eos17]
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    1. I have heard about the death of my favourite yesterday evening. (to act)

    2. We have had a categorical from our bank for a credit. (to refuse)

    3. His doesn't make sense ! He is very touchy. (to behave)

    4. Many are unemployed because of the pandemic of Covid19. (to work)

    5. What has he done to deserve such special ? (to treat)

    6. All children know Merlin the , a legendary character. (to enchanter)

    7. The coach is strict during the training. (to swim)

    8. I would like to have a with you about Paul who has an odd attitude with his school friends. (to discuss)

    9. The scarpered when he heard a noise. (to rob)

    10. Many have a part-time job. (to employ)

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