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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #125855: Derivation from nouns to adjectives
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    Derivation from nouns to adjectives

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    1. These flowers are (beauty) but scentless !

    2. It's cold today ! Take a (wool) jacket.

    3. Don't be (self) ! Lend him your bicycle.

    4. I gave up this book because it's an (end) story without development.

    5. What 's the weather like ? The weather is fine but it's (wind) .

    6. My daughter is (fear) and not conscious of danger.

    7. A journalist asked a question which left the TV presenter (speech) !

    8. My son is (fever) . We are waiting for the doctor.

    9. Peter is 45 but he always does (child) things.

    10. He has said I was a deadbeat ! What a (disrespect) man !

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