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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #39293: Adjectives: the opposite
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    Adjectives: the opposite

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    I have just met two smileys, the first one looked very happy but the second one was

    In summer the weather is hot, in winter it is

    The tortoise is slow, the hare is , however the tortoise won the race

    I think I will buy the violet house because it is .
    The white house is more beautiful but it is also more expensive

    Sharon likes geography, it's interesting. But she doesn't like math lessons,
    they are really too .

    This man is too to lift the weights. A weightlifter must be strong

    I don't like Youky that dog.
    __________________________ My little Dick is much more beautiful.

    This music is too loud , I can't stand it , turn the radio down.
    I want to live in a house.

    This man works hard to dig a hole, he is busy. The woman doesn't have much to do.
    She is on holiday, she is .

    - This tea is too sweet. - My coffee has a taste.
    - It doesn't matter, let's have a glass of wine

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