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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #95472: Formation of verbs
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    Formation of verbs

    Form verbs from the words in brackets. 

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    English exercise "Formation of verbs" created by paka98 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from paka98]
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    1. For the plants to grow well, the soil needs to be (fertile).

    2. Next week the government will (wide) this narrow road.

    3. Mary has already (food) the chickens.

    4. The prisoner has to (proof) that he is not guilty.

    5. Mother (pure) the water by boiling it.

    6. To obtain potassium oxide, you need to (hot) the mixture.

    7. Ultimately the king has (conquest) his enemies.

    8. What does such loud thunder (sign) ?

    9. The policemen tried to (peace) the crowd but to no avail.

    10. Mary (beauty) herself by skilfully putting on make-up.

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