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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #1333: Suffixes
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    1. I must go to the dentist's but I am scared because my tooth is so ( )   [p...].

    2. You won't buy this motorbike, it isn't ( )   [p...] enough.

    3. Don't lose your time ! It's ( )   [u...] ! All sort of medicines have already been used!

    4. It's horrible ! So many ( )   [h...] people in the streets in the middle of winter !

    5. You should take that medicine: it won't do you any harm, it's ( )   [h...].

    6. We enjoyed the peace of the mountains : there was nobody. It was so ( )   [p...].

    7. She was wearing a ( )   [be...] wedding-dress ! We took lots of photos!

    8. He is as ( )   [s...] at riding as his father now. Unfortunately he hasn't any skills at swimming.

    9. We were obliged to correct their letter : it meant nothing at all. ( )   [me...]

    10. How happy we were when she said she had passed her exam! She was ( )   [su...] !

    11. Stop being so ( )   [c...] ! You are now 16 years old!

    12. The poor woman who was ( )   [ch...] would have liked to adopt an orphan.

    13. He knew it was very fragile and he was very ( )   [c...] when he brought it home.

    14. You should talk to her. I know you' ll find the words, you are so ( )   [t...].

    15. I fell asleep in the middle of his speech : it was so long! It was ( )   [e...] !

    16. You weren't very ( )   [t...] when you told her you didn't like the colour of her hair!

    17. Mary is very ( )   [h...] at home, she always gives a hand with the housework.

    18. You can throw it away, it doesn't work anymore: it's ( )   [u...].

    19. Don't be afraid of his dog! It's big but ( )   [h...].

    20. Poor Jimmy is very ( )   [un...] ! He hasn't sold any CD's this year!

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