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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126443: Adjectives : a portrait
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    Adjectives : a portrait

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    1. Why doesn't she brush or comb her hair anymore? She cut it herself very ( )   [s...], a month ago,

    2. and she had time to adapt to her ( )   [n...] appearance,

    3. which was not really ( )   [e...]

    4. on the ( )   [f...] days: she did not recognise herself in the mirror. As a result, this new cut rejuvenates her.

    5. She wanted to see what her face would look like, ( )   [f...] from her mop of hair,

    6. ( )   [ap...] to untangle. She was pulling her hair out!

    7. Then she asserts her femininity, not to please others, just for herself. She wears ( )   [h...] dresses as well as trousers, because she is a dressmaker.

    8. At least each piece worn is ( )   [u...].

    9. She is not said to be a pretty woman, but she 's ( )   [co...]

    10. and ( )   [n...] : she matches her pumps to her dresses.

    11. She walks too ( )   [f...] to window shop with a friend,

    12. moreover she tires when she has to slow down her ( )   [p...] : we just can see that her legs don't hurt.

    13. She rarely sees her friends, but she phones or writes to them every week : she's so ( )   [c...].

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