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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #97105: Word formation
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    Word formation

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    1. That (ANNOUNCE) speaks too quickly.

    2. The police are looking for a dangerous (CRIME)

    3. I would like to have a (MAGIC) at my party!

    4. Don't go inside the bank! There is a (ROB) with a gun!

    5. I am waiting for the (ARRIVE) of my plane.

    6. The (DEPART) will be tomorrow at 5 a.m.

    7. Is there any kind of (ENTERTAIN) in this hotel?

    8. Could I have an (EXPLAIN)?

    9. Excuse me but my (PRONOUNCE) is very bad, I'm afraid !

    10. Her broken foot is still very (PAIN).

    11. I have a (WEEK) meeting with him.

    12. I would like to live in a (WOOD) house.

    13. That hotel is very (LUXURY).

    14. The (MEDICINE) examination is compulsory, I'm afraid.

    15. We have the same model in (VARY) colours.

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