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A compound noun is formed by two or more words.

It can be written as two words (living room), but


sometimes it is joined by a hyphen (baby-sitter), or written as one word (bathroom).

Match the words to build compound nouns.


Then match and write the words under the
pictures. Follow the example:

1. arm stand
2. bedside wave
3. book robe
4. coat place
5. cup 1 chair
6. dish lamp
7. fire board
8. front plant
9. micro clock
10. pot case
11. reading machine
12. TV washer 1
13. wall basin
14. ward set
15. wash table
16. washing door ARMCHAIR
A compound noun is formed by two or more words. It can be written as two words (living room), but
sometimes it is joined by a hyphen (baby-sitter), or written as one word (bathroom).

Match the words to build compound nouns.


Then match and write the words under the
pictures. Follow the example:

1. arm stand
2. bedside wave
3. book robe
4. coat place
5. cup 1 chair
6. dish lamp
7. fire board
8. front plant
9. micro clock
10. pot case
11. reading machine
12. TV washer 1
13. wall basin
14. ward set
15. wash table
16. washing door ARMCHAIR
A compound noun is formed by two or more words. It can be written as two words (living room), but
sometimes it is joined by a hyphen (baby-sitter), or written as one word (bathroom).

Match the words to build compound nouns.


Then match and write the words under the
pictures. Follow the example:

1. arm 4 stand 1
3
2. bedside 9 wave 4

3. book 14 robe
4. coat 7 place
5. cup 1 chair bookcase wardrobe

6. dish 11 lamp
7. fire 5 board 1 6
5
8. front 10 plant
9. micro 13 clock
10. pot 3 case
washbasin dishwasher
11. reading 16 machine
12. TV 6 washer 9 1
13. wall 15 basin
14. ward 12 set
15. wash 2 table
16. washing 8 door
microwave ARMCHAIR

5 1 1 4 1
0 6 3

cupboard pot plant washing machine coat stand wall clock

1 2 8 1 7
2 1

TV set bedside table front door reading lamp fireplace