COMPOUND NOUNS
topic: English compound nouns - one word or two? 1 | level: Intermediate




Choose whether each compound noun should be one word or two words:

1. My mother grows all her plants in a (green house, greenhouse).

2. Don't forget to put the dirty laundry in the (washing machine, washingmachine).

3. He got a (haircut, hair cut) last week.

4. You'll need to update your (software, soft ware).

5. It has been a very dry summer, with hardly any (rain fall, rainfall).

6. I need to buy some new (tennisshoes, tennis shoes).

7. Would you like to learn how to play (beach volleyball, beachvolleyball)?

8. I'll wait for you at the (bus stop, busstop).

9. Do you know how to play (base ball, baseball)?

10. Your plan has a lot of (draw backs, drawbacks).








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