Practice adjective and noun collocations in English. In this test, we will look at some of the common adjective and noun collocations used in English. We strongly recommend you review the learning resource on the previous page before you take the test!
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In many countries, taking care of older people is considered a __ obligation.CorrectIncorrect
Scientists and doctors have made great progress with the appearance and functionality of ___ limbs.CorrectIncorrect
The advantage of ___ medicine is that it tends to have fewer side-effects.CorrectIncorrect
Not having enough food to eat is a ___ problem for too many people.CorrectIncorrect
He gave a ___estimate of around 40 hours to complete the task, but it might be a few hours more or less than that.CorrectIncorrect
Children that lived in a __ home can often have difficulty making friendships.CorrectIncorrect
He never left his hometown and is still working at the same __ job he had 10 years ago.CorrectIncorrect
He took a ___ breath and dived under the water.CorrectIncorrect
He broke his jaw in the accident and now has to use __ teeth.CorrectIncorrect