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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #97494: Formation of words
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Speaking | How words are built | Find the word [Change theme]
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    Formation of words

    Find the word that can suit the sentence.
    Example: He's a very good......... -WORK-
    Answer: worker

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    1. The audience burst into (applaud) at the end of the concert.

    2. It is very (heal) to live in a damp house.

    3. Her (behave) has not improved a lot I'm afraid !

    4. She is extremely (know) about Picasso.

    5. As she is so (satisfaction) with her job, I advised her to resign.

    6. It is always nice to talk with Robert because he is a very (learn) man.

    7. Her new novel is (exception) good.

    8. What is the (long) of your caravan?

    9. There was a heavy (pour) yesterday and it ruined all my work in the garden.

    10. She was very (set) when she received an anonymous letter.

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