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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #94437: Compound nouns
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    Compound nouns

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    English exercise "Compound nouns" created by val92 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from val92]
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    1. My mother-in-law wore a horrible lemon- jacket for my wedding. I'm sure that it was the most awful thing that she had found in her wardrobe.

    2. After your shower, don't forget to clean your teeth with the electric .

    3. When I was young, there was a competition between the -haired girls and black-haired ones in the playground.

    4. At the corner of my street, I saw a -woman. She looked so sad and so depressed that I gave her all the money in my wallet. It's a pity to see that people are still homeless in this day and age.

    5. Unfortunately, my makeup was not , so the rain made me look like a witch while I was leaving the church with my husband.

    6. Don't take this street. Didn't you see the traffic sign? It's a -end and now you have to turn around.

    7. In the past, pigeons were used as messengers. Nowadays, we have e-mail which is an easier and quicker way to communicate.

    8. For my breakfast, I have currant jam which I spread on a piece of fresh bread. It's so delicious.

    9. My sister is very disagreeable. She often complains whereas her husband is -tempered all the time.

    10. I was walking through the forest when I saw a -snake crawling near my foot. Fortunately, it was a non-venomous one.

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