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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #127341: Vocabulary 3
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    Vocabulary 3

    Put the letters in order.

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    1. To calculate the area of a rectangle, multiply the length by the ( )   [w...].

    2. ( )   [t...] the whole alimentary chain was polluted.

    3. Many pharaohs have marked the history of ( )   [a...] Egypt. (= old)

    4. I suspect that a fairy has bent over his ( )   [c...]. (= crib)

    5. In the villages, the ( )   [p...] are gradually closing. (= churches)

    6. The wall is made of different materials ( )   [en...] in one another. (= interlocked)

    7. These old ( )   [c...] houses are typical of this neighbourhood. (= exiguous)

    8. This hotel is built in a quiet and ( )   [p...] valley. (= tranquil)

    9. When the weather is sunny, it is pleasant to ( )   [s...] along the banks of this river. (= wander)

    10. In this department store, it is possible to ( )   [b...] the books before buying them.

    11. Countries are delimited by their ( )   [bo...].(= limit)

    12. This castle symbolised elegance and French ( )   [re...]. (= elegance)

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