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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #77708: Animals
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Animals [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Animals (video) - Animals - Animals & insects - Animals and pictures - Vocabulary: animal noises/sounds - Wild animals - Birds II (Idioms) - Birds
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    The head

    The comb

    The crest

    The horns

    The antlers

    The hears

    The eyes

    The nose

    The snout / The rostrum / The nose

    The nose / The nostril

    The beak / The bill

    The snout

    The mouth

    The tooth / The teeth

    The fangs

    The body

    The tail

    The paws / The legs

    The claws

    The hoof / The hooves

    The wings / The pinions

    The feathers

    The beards /  hairs (possible pour animaux familiers)

    The coat

    The mane



    A burrow

    A poultry house / A hen house

    A (rabbit) hutch.

    A cowshed / A dairy barn

    A stable

    A beehive

    A den

    Advanced: idioms





    Idioms 1


    Idioms 2


    Birds 1


    Birds 2


    Fish & insects



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    I have to walk the ( )   [d...], do you want to come with me?
    You can lead a ( )   [h...] to water but you can't make it drink. (idiom)
    He bought a ( )   [p...] one month ago and he would like it to be more talkative.
    I have a ( )   [f...] in my throat ! (idiom) May be I have a cold.
    This young black ( )   [p...] has just arrived, would you mind feeding it ?
    The little ( )   [k...] tries to make ( )   [s...]'s eyes at her mom. (idiom)
    The farmer's wife is taking milk from the ( )   [c...] before feeding the ( )   [r...] in their ( )   [h...].

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