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    Build these words

    Complete the following sentences with a noun formed from the adjective at the end of each sentence.

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    1. Considering how ill I've been, I thought my boss would show a bit more (sympathetic)

    2. The theatre's sent me tickets for the wrong day again. I can't believe their (careless).

    3. They have always shown me great (kind)

    4. I think one day we might doubt the (wise) of this decision.

    5. She handled the situation very well. She showed great (sensitive).

    6. I do wish those children would show a little more (patient) sometimes.

    7. She told me to shut up and walked off. I've never known such (rude).

    8. She doesn't like him because of his accent? She could show a bit more (tolerant).

    9. You have been such a great help. I 'd like to buy you dinner as an expression of my (grateful).

    10. Thousands would have died in last year's famine in Ethiopia, if it wasn't for the (generous) of ordinary people.

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