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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #96552: Change of words
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    Change of words

    Change the words in brackets into a noun, an adverb, an adjective or any suitable word.

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    1. I'm surprised at what you've done. I hope my confidence in you has not been (PLACE).

    2. Fresh vegetables certainly have a better taste than (FREEZE) ones.

    3. All (APPLY) should go to Room 24.

    4. That painting is not just extremely valuable, it is (PRICE).

    5. The cat looked at the new type of food on its plate (SUSPECT).

    6. No, Shirley, that sort of dress is quite (SUIT) to a wedding.

    7. I didn't get the job because I didn't have the right (QUALIFY).

    8. The runner was so fast and so good that he won the race quite (EFFORT).

    9. How awful! What an (OUTRAGE) thing for anyone to do!

    10. Theodore has a very sweet (CHILD) smile.

    11. Make sure that you (CONNECT) the electricity before you start mending this light switch.

    12. Tom gave the (BEG) a pound.

    13. The Government is going to hold a (REFER) to find out what the people really think about the proposal.

    14. If you don't put the proper stamps on the envelope, the (RECEIVE) will have to pay double when he receives the letter.

    15. Poor Quentin put his head too far out of the railway carriage window and was (HEAD) by a passing train.

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