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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #35645: Adjectives
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    1. I think Miss Rita is bad-tempered because she is ( )   [fr...]; she wanted to be a reporter, not a teacher.

    2. I shall always be ( )   [g...] to my mother for her never-ending support.

    3. We were ( )   [de...] to hear that they had at last decided to get married.

    4. She was ( )   [t...] when she heard that she had passed her exams with flying colours.

    5. Mrs Claudia remained ( )   [c...] for several months after the birth of little John.

    6. She was so ( )   [u...] about her husband's operation that she couldn't cope with her daily chores.

    7. The school boys were very ( )   [en...] about the new science project.

    8. I couldn't make out who was telling the truth, in fact I was very ( )   [c...].

    9. Although she has everything anyone could possibly desire, she is still ( )   [di...].

    10. After listening attentively to our coach, we were again ( )   [i...] to action and started practising regularly for the next match.

    11. She was so ( )   [de...] that I just couldn't tell her about the accident.

    12. I was more ( )   [ap...] than confused by the ambiguous remarks she made.

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