Adjective Phrases Exercise II
February 11th, 2010 in English Grammar, English Learning
Replace the adjective phrases in the following sentences by adjectives of the same meaning.
1. He wore a turban made of silk.
2. You have done a deed of shame.
3. They walked along a road covered with mud.
4. He was a man without fear.
5. She is a writer of great versatility.
6. It is of no use.
7. He is a boy of great promise.
8. A valley covered with grass stretched before us.
9. The article contains many quotations from the Bible.
10. He is a cricketer by profession.
11. You need guidance of a medical nature.
12. They are a couple with no children.
13. He leads a life devoid of blame.
14. He was carrying a knife stained with blood.
15. I met a little girl from a cottage.
16. From that sleepy village in the mountains hailed a chieftain of great fame.
17. He is a man with plenty of impudence.
18. Nobody likes a person with a short-temper.
19. He was a soldier free from fear.
20. I knew that he was a man of sense.
1. He wore a silken turban.
2. You have done a shameful deed.
3. They walked along a muddy road.
4. He was a fearless man.
5. She is a versatile writer.
6. It is useless.
7. He is a promising boy.
8. A grassy valley stretched before us.
9. The article contains many biblical quotations.
10. He is a professional cricketer.
11. You need medical guidance.
12. They are a childless couple.
13. He leads a blameless life.
14. He was carrying a blood-stained knife.
15. I met a little cottage girl.
16. From that sleepy mountainous village hailed a chieftain of great fame.
17. He is an impudent man.
18. Nobody likes a short-tempered man.
19. He was a fearless soldier.
20. I knew that he was a sensible man.