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Grammarman: Episode 7: Luthor Lexis

In this episode, adventurer Indianna Nouns’ exhibition at the Verbo City Museum of Grammar is raided by the evil Luthor Lexis. Can you help Grammarman put the compound nouns back together? The answers can be found in the downloadable worksheet to the right of the page.

Grammarman_Episode 7_Luthor Lexis

These are all one-word examples but compound nouns can also be separated (such as police officer) or hyphenated (such as check-in).

There are many compound nouns, reader. Can you think of some more?

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  • Hi Simon,

    Thanks for the great feedback. Glad to hear you enjoyed it!

    Best wishes,

    The onestopenglish team

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