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    Derived words

    Complete the sentences with a word,noun or adjective, coming from the word in brackets in order to give the sentence its correct meaning.

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    1. The report gave a surprising (conclude).

    2. People say it's total (mad) to believe they will ever find the culprit.

    3. The actress rose to (star) in the 1930s.

    4. Unfortunately, many cases of (racist) are reported every day.

    5. They gave him the (possible) of accepting a different job.

    6. She is not known for her (modest) !

    7. There has been a change of (direct) in the company's ambitions.

    8. His (arrive) was badly-timed.

    9. She showed uncharacteristic (nervous) during the show.

    10. The man they arrested has denied being a (blackmail).

    11. The (disqualify) team is going to sue the race organisers.

    12. The (decorate) was highly original and modern.

    13. He was a reassuring and (help) doctor.

    14. After (end) arguments, they finally reached a decision.

    15. He's a jealous child, and he is (resent) of his baby sister.

    16. They won't be coming back to England for the (foresee) future.

    17. (Environment) issues are becoming increasingly important.

    18. It was a (disaster) advertising campaign.

    19. She stood still, completely (motion).

    20. They had a very (enjoy) evening at the theatre.

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