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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #27398: Noun Form
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    Noun Form

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    1. Every week our French teacher gives us a list of to learn.

    2. Would you like some toasted ?

    3. The book has at the end of every chapter.

    4. We need another in the bathroom.

    5. Do you have any of working with children?

    6. I forgot to put the out for collection this morning.

    7. There's a shortage of cheap here in Cambridge.

    8. The soldiers had to carry their on their backs for miles.

    9. Five enemy have been shot down over the coast

    10. I have a lot of reading to complete before the end of term.

    11. I've sent off for the of a job I saw advertised in the paper.

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