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cowardice vs coward #1 (permalink) Tue Dec 01, 2009 15:54 pm   cowardice vs coward
 

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ESL/EFL Test #77 "Christmas Postman (4)", question 4

In my kitchen I looked at the address and saw the recipient was a Master Richard. I was ashamed of my .........

(a) coward
(b) cowardice
(c) cowardly
(d) cowards

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #77 "Christmas Postman (4)", answer 4

In my kitchen I looked at the address and saw the recipient was a Master Richard. I was ashamed of my cowardice

Correct answer: (b) cowardice

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In my kitchen I looked at the address and saw the recipient was a Master Richard. I was ashamed of my coward
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cowardice vs coward #2 (permalink) Wed Dec 02, 2009 0:30 am   cowardice vs coward
 

The noun for the trait is required. 'Coward' is a person.
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