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Nouns Functioning As Adjectives Exercise -1

Nouns Functioning As Adjectives Exercise -1

Define whether the sentences below are TRUE or FALSE  Correct mistakes.

#1. Phyllis and Julie put up the party decorations.

#2. I went to three dances recitals last year.

dance recitals

#3. The news reporter was at the scene of the accident.

#4. Joan Sutherland is my favorite opera singer.

#5. During the power shortage, the streets lights went out.

street lights


#6. Many people are worried about the current world’s situation.

world situation

#7. John bought some leather gloves yesterday.

#8. I need to buy a plane’s ticket.

plane ticket

#9. Mike is the new mathematics professor.

#10. He wanted to take an economic class.

economics class


#11. Tom drove past the police’s station on his work to work.

police station

#12. I need to have my car’s license renewed.

car license

#13. She put a new table lamp in her living room.

#14. We need some paper napkins for the picnic.

#15. Three footballs teams were tired for first place.

football teams


#16. He took many languages courses when was in New York.

language courses

#17. He is taking an advanced physic course this semester.

physics course

#18. The students did not like the dormitory’s rules.

dormitory rules

#19. The marble floor felt like ice.

#20. The television’s repairman picked up my television set this morning.

television repairman


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Nouns Functioning As Adjectives Exercise -1

Define whether the sentences below are True (T) or False (F). Correct mistakes.

1. Tom drove past the police’s station on his work to work.
2. Joan Sutherland is my favorite opera singer.
3. I need to have my car’s license renewed.
4. During the power shortage, the streets lights went out.
5. He wanted to take an economic class.
6. Many people are worried about the current world’s situation.
7. The news reporter was at the scene of the accident.
8. Phyllis and Julie put up the party decorations.
9. Three footballs teams were tired for first place.
10. Mike is the new mathematics professor.
11. We need some paper napkins for the picnic.
12. The students did not like the dormitory’s rules.
13. The marble floor felt like ice.
14. The television’s repairman picked up my television set this morning.
15. I went to three dances recitals last year.
16. John bought some leather gloves yesterday.
17. I need to buy a plane’s ticket.
18. He took many languages courses when was in New York.
19. She put a new table lamp in her living room.
20. He is taking an advanced physic course this semester.

Answers :

1. F, police station
2. T
3. F, car license
4. F, street lights
5. F, economics class
6. F, world situation
7. T
8. T
9. F, football teams
10. T
11 .T
12. F, dormitory rules
13.T
14.F, television repairman
15.F, dance recitals
16.T
17.F, plane ticket
18. F, language courses
19.T
20.F, physics course

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