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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #20138: Adjectives+prepositions
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    1. Lately, several athletes have been disqualified taking part in their events because they failed their drug tests.

    2. The city of Sydney is famous its wonderful Opera House, amongst other things.

    3. Although Terry wouldn't admit it, everyone could see that he was jealous his sister's success.

    4. Some people become so addicted the Internet that they spend all night surfing the Web.

    5. For dinner he had grilled fish and vegetables, followed a huge serving of pineapple and cream.

    6. Teachers soon get angry their students if they don't do their homework.

    7. Joanna! I'm surprised you playing computer games when you are supposed to be working!

    8. Life is full surprises, isn't it?

    9. He knows how to use the Internet, but he wouldn't say he was expert it.

    10. Don't ask me to add up the bill. I'm really bad maths.

    11. 'Do you think politicians are capable telling lies?' 'Everybody is!'

    12. The musical West Side Story was based Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.

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