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    Compound adjectives

    Complete in each space in the following sentences with an appropriate compound adjective formed from a word in the list.  

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    1. I bought this CD duty- as I was coming back from London.

    2. I made a long call to England and it cost me a fortune.

    3. They seem to be very well- - at least they have a great big house and two expensive cars.

    4. I'm fed with this exercise - can't we do something else?

    5. On the train I travel second- because it's cheaper.

    6. You can see this vase is hand- and wasn't produced in a factory.

    7. He's a really relaxed guy- so easy- .

    8. The office is air- so it's very cool, even in the summer.

    9. He's so proud — I've rarely met anyone so big- He has a really high opinion of himself.

    10. I want to get my eyes tested - I've become really short- lately.

    11. A maintained car won't have a reliable engine.

    12. There isn't much grass in the -up areas of the city.

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