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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #82933: Derived adjectives
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    Derived adjectives

    Use the words in blue to form derived adjectives !

    Example : It's definitely not a pleasant experience ==> Answer : It's quite an unpleasant experience.

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    1. It's a great advantage to be able to speak two languages and therefore to be .

    2. Not everyone can afford to buy such jewels. They cost so much ! They are quite .

    3. I was getting bored listening to him. He was such a man.

    4. He always succeeds in anything he undertakes : he's in everything.

    5. He greeted me as if we had long been close friends : he was so to me!

    6. We thoroughly enjoyed the safari trip : it was a most experience!

    7. When I have a cold and a stuffy nose, my food no longer has any taste. It seems to me.

    8. He always acts like a child : he has a behaviour.

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