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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #12769: Compound adjectives
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    Compound adjectives


    Complete the compound adjectives in these sentences.




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    1. She has a nine- old son.

    2. When I saw him, he was with a very good- woman in a blue suit.

    3. My best friend is very well- so he can go to expensive restaurants.

    4. They were both wearing short- shirts.

    5. Jeff has just got a part - job now. He works three hours a day, Monday to Thursday.

    6. My cousin's just bought a brand- car.

    7. It was a very badly- article: terrible punctuation and lots of spelling mistakes.

    8. I had a nice time with my friend - she's good company and very easy- .

    9. One boy was very badly : he kept shouting and then threw food all over the floor

    10. Goran Ivanisevic is probably the most famous left- tennis player.

    11. She's got a little shop near the market, where she sells second- things.

    12. Have you ever met a well- actor or singer?









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