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    Formation of words

    Form the correct words from the adjectives or verbs etc.

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    1. He used (persuade) methods to convince Roger to come to my place.

    2. He retorted, 'I am not going to that (peril) place today.'

    3. The (instruct) was to clean the house in the afternoon.

    4. You will have to check the (available) of that product now.

    5. 'I am sure that we all have one common (adverse)', he said.

    6. 'Everyone says that Mr. Sam is a (knowledge) person, ' said Nelly.

    7. The (deliver) of goods has definitely been called off.

    8. 'My (advise) will certainly help you in the future,' Robert said kindly.

    9. Do you have any (prove) that he has stolen the goods?

    10. The hotel manager said to the staff, ''The room (maintain) is not satisfactory.''

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