COMPOUND NOUNS
topic: English compound nouns - one word or two? 2 | level: Intermediate




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

1. I really like your (hairstyle, hair style).

2. Did you buy some (toothpaste, tooth paste)?

3. Write the answers in your (notebook, note book).

4. She goes to (high school, highschool).

5. She buys and sells (realestate, real estate).

6. I need to go to the (post office, postoffice).

7. I have brown hair, but my sister is a (red head, redhead).

8. How many (bedrooms, bed rooms) are there in your house?

9. Write the answer on the (chalkboard, chalk board)?

10. There's a (fullmoon, full moon) tonight.








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