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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126381: Adjectives - prepositions - indirect objects
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    1. Her son is dependent cannabis. She's worried !

    2. Are you afraid heights ? Well, wait for us because it's very impressive.

    3. Marie is dissatisfied the attitude of her friend.

    4. They're anxious the results of the radiography.

    5. Is he still keen football ?

    6. I'm grateful my neighbour who watered my garden during my holidays.

    7. This child is really good music !

    8. The employees are worried the manager's decision.

    9. I feel sorry the families who have lost everything during the last flooding.

    10. We 're choked the conflict between United States, Australia and France.










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