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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #95634: Formation of adjectives
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    Formation of adjectives


    Form adjectives with the words in brackets.



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    1. It's summer now. You should not wear (winter) clothes.

    2. I don't know why he always behaves in such a (child) manner.

    3. The art teacher gave us a project on (aborigine) art.

    4. Look at the night sky! The sky is clear and very (star).

    5. John Smith is a very (honour) man.

    6. The monster looked at the actor with (fire) eyes.

    7. Johanna was very (sympathy) when her sister became a widow.

    8. The teacher gave the (mischief) boy a severe punishment.

    9. Yesterday was an extremely (please) morning; the sun was shining brightly.

    10. Brian was relieved that John gave an (affirm) answer.









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