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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #94816: Compound adjectives
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    Compound adjectives

    Complete the sentences with a compound adjective.

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    1. When travelling, I always take (dry, drip) clothes in my luggage. It's very practical.

    2. Have you seen the last (length, full) film by Ken Loach? I loved this film!

    3. His (to set, deep) eyes made him look sick. His deathly-pale face frightened me.

    4. He' s (heart, down) because he hasn't found a job.

    5. I advise you to choose an (inclusive, all) trip. That way, there won't be any surprises.

    6. He has a good reputation because he has always been a (law, to abide) citizen.

    7. On the sunny wall, one can see an (emerald, green) lizard climbing.

    8. The witness saw a (beard, grey) man who was running away from the garden.

    9. These (shape, heart) cookies look very good!

    10. I bought a (wheel, four) bicycle for my little boy.

    11. I can't find my keys! I can't see anything. It's (pitch, dark) !

    12. I met a (to speak, well) man on the train. We talked about our jobs.

    13. Oh! Look at this (brown, golden) scarab! Do you know that it was considered a sacred animal in Ancient Egypt?

    14. Before my retirement, I worked in a (stay, long) hospital.

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