Answers for Adjective Questions 1 - 50



*Answer for Quiz #01: (A) local Post Office
*Answer for Quiz #02: (C) ready
*Answer for Quiz #03: (A) alike
*Answer for Quiz #04: (B) black and white
*Answer for Quiz #05: (B) is the chief factor
*Answer for Quiz #06: (A) students involved
*Answer for Quiz #07: (C) published
*Answer for Quiz #08: (A) something extraordinary
*Answer for Quiz #09: (A) famous literary
*Answer for Quiz #10: (C) heavy glass
*Answer for Quiz #11: (C) heavy glass
*Answer for Quiz #11: (A) nothing original
*Answer for Quiz #12: (B) utter
*Answer for Quiz #13: (C) principal factor
*Answer for Quiz #14: (B) Anyone sensitive
*Answer for Quiz #15: (B) person responsible
*Answer for Quiz #16: (B) appointment available
*Answer for Quiz #17: (A) concerned
*Answer for Quiz #18: (A) interested applicants
*Answer for Quiz #19: (A) somewhere enjoyable
*Answer for Quiz #20: (B) underlying problem
*Answer for Quiz #21: (A) expensive American car
*Answer for Quiz #22: (B) overcrowded and boring
*Answer for Quiz #23: (C) similar
*Answer for Quiz #24: (A) present state of affairs
*Answer for Quiz #25: (B) little
*Answer for Quiz #26: (B) great
*Answer for Quiz #27: (B) glorious
*Answer for Quiz #28: (B) satisfied
*Answer for Quiz #29: (B) big
*Answer for Quiz #30: (C) Neither
*Answer for Quiz #31: (B) farther
*Answer for Quiz #32: (A) further
*Answer for Quiz #33: (C) few
*Answer for Quiz #34: (B) enhanced
*Answer for Quiz #35: (C) maximum sentence
*Answer for Quiz #36: (C) Red wooden
*Answer for Quiz #37: (A) small round
*Answer for Quiz #38: (B) long curled black
*Answer for Quiz #39: (A) lovely old
*Answer for Quiz #40: (A) keen
*Answer for Quiz #41: (C) any
*Answer for Quiz #42: (A) visiting
*Answer for Quiz #43: (C) extra large
*Answer for Quiz #44: (B) changing
*Answer for Quiz #45: (A) President-elect
*Answer for Quiz #46: (C) charming traditional short
*Answer for Quiz #47: (B) people involved
*Answer for Quiz #48: (B) inflammatory
*Answer for Quiz #49: (B) presidential candidate's
*Answer for Quiz #50: (B) dressing 

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