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Adjectives and commonly used
Choose the correct word to fill the gap in the sentence. Click on the arrow to see if you have answered correctly.
Exercise # 1
eligible, aware, sensitive,
experienced, adequate, responsible, commensurate, incompatible, worthy, liable, adept,
typical, capable, applicable, qualified, involved, lacking, expert.
Kate is well
of the problems caused by the new road - it runs right past her
Charles is very
at / in computer programming.
Basia is directly
for the efficient running of the school.
The salary will be
with age, experience and qualifications.
of doing anything after she's had a drink or two!
Any new music system that is
with existing ones has little chance of success.
There has been so little rain, the forest is
to go up in flames at any moment.
Arthur is very
at / in making people feel at their ease.
in charm of any sort.
Agnes has been
with martial arts for many years.
The new regulations are
to companies employing more that three people.
What makes you think that you are
for this job?
This sort of hot and spicy food is
of the food in the south of the country.
It's not a great salary, but it's
for my needs.
for maternity leave?
Simon is an
in / on the Vikings settlements in Scotland.
Several of the exercises are
The headmaster said he hoped teachers would be
to the needs of their students
Lucienne is an
at finding bargain antiques