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He had to pick up the language from a shimmer b glare c glow d glaze a scratch b start c nought d nil 4 Richard Burton was noted for his clear of words. I only have a very of humour.
She really had the gift of the station no later than Underline the word which is wrong and also write down which word should have been used instead. The year-old man has dark hair with a prominent fridge. The couple will exchange cows on Saturday September 28th. Three bra electric fire. Perfect condition. He rode regularly to hounds until his death would not allow him to do so any more. The members of the Corporation are invited to the suspicious event.
They wish to express their deepest gratitude to the many friends for great help during the time. Soup of the day, fruit juice, melon, ribs of beef, fresh local roast chicken and stuffed pork lion. He played only four first team games this season after struggling for long spells with knee and thing injury.
Verbs Choose whether you think the following sentences are correct or not by writing the words "True" or "False" in the appropriate column. Complete each of the groups of three words with a word that is similar in meaning. True False 1 A person who collects stamps is called a abhor coerce jibe scurry philatelist. Although I have flown hundreds of times, I still feel very nervous - 19 The latest traffic news is that there is an eight-mile tail on the especially just before the take At least 8 One of the main draw of living in Brighton and working in 85 per cent of the members were present.
London is that you have to spend so much time in travelling every day. I don't know what came over me.
Consequently, she had a 32 The out for the future is not very bright, I'm afraid. I was very surprised as I thought it was really good.
They had never really seemed very happy together. Types of people 1 Fill in the missing words in the definitions below. A clue is given for each word to help you. Nouns Complete each of the groups of three words with a word that is similar in meaning. Try to place each word under Match up the words with the definitions.
There should be 5 words under each. Replace the words in bold type in the following sentences with a single Underline the word which is wrong and also write down which word should word.
The first letter of the word is given. Good pedigree. You'll get free fights, hotel rooms 3 We were all told of the decision in advance. Two pairs of vandals, nearly new. As it stands now, it is capable of 14 Mr and Mrs Webb left their only child at home while they went to the more than one interpretation, a wedding of a fiend. He was then taken to West End Central police station. Verbs Fill in the missing verbs in the sentences below.
Choose from the following, making any changes where necessary: Below are 40 pairs of homophones. Look at the clues for each pair and try to work out what the words are. Number 1 has been done for you. Types of people 2 Fill in the missing words in the definitions below. In fact, I was almost tempted to do myself.
I'd give She takes her father in that respect. Quick somebody! Get the smelling salts! That should bring her 5 Unless the group up soon we'll have to call the concert. You know you can count me for support. So perhaps you wouldn't mind dealing this matter instead. I bought you two packets yesterday. You can't possibly have got them yet! In fact, it wasn't until he heard that she'd got married that he finally gave all hope of her ever going back to him.
Choose 37 Text: Use one word only for each blank.
I'm just beginning to 1 up to the fact that I'm no longer as young as I a beetroot an eel a mule putty used to be. Of course, I'd 2 for some time that my birthday seemed to a bone a flash old boots rain come 3 rather quickly and that I'd put on quite a bit of a button houses an owl a rake 4 - especially around the waist.
But I didn't really think these things were the day is long a judge a peacock a sheet 5 with age -1 simply put them down to the increased pace of life plus ditchwater a kitten pie thieves 6 of exercise. In fact, I was 7 that I could still easily a dog a lamb pitch velvet pass for thirty-four or thirty-five - it was just a question of 8 in my a drowned rat a lion a poker the weather stomach and wearing the right sort of clothes.
After all, I'd been brought up a firm a mouse Punch believer in the 9 "You're as old as you feel" and as far as I was 10 I didn't feel a day over thirty. So it came as quite a shock the other day when, just as I'd got on a bus on my way home from work, a young lady 11 me her seat.
I mean, I could 1 as brave as 16 as safe as understand her giving up her seat to an old-age pensioner, but why me? I'm getting off soon," I replied, forcing a smile, at the 3 as changeable as. All the same, it took me a few days to get over the incident and I found myself continually scrutinizing my face in mirrors, trying 5 as dry as 20 as sober as hard to convince myself that the wrinkles around my eyes and on my forehead 6 as dull as 21 as soft as were not that 14 - not from a distance, anyway.
My wife was very sympathetic and kept on trying to 15 my ego with such encouraging 7 as easy as 22 as stiff as remarks as: You don't look a day over forty. Besides, grey hair makes you look distinguished. Unfortunately, the last time we had been there was more than twenty years ago, so I didn't find 11 as proud as 26 as tough as out until it was too late - until we were 19 inside the place - that it 12 as quick as 27 as weak as had been 20 into a discotheque.
There couldn't have been anyone, there over the age of twenty! To say that we stood out would be something of an 13 as quiet as 28 as wet as As for fox-trotting to blaring rock music, well, that was quite out 14 as red as 29 as white as of the So we left rather quickly and spent the evening in the local pub instead.
Nouns Fill in the missing nouns in the sentences below. Could you give me the antidote counterpart heyday quandary of it? How do you explain the? I thought he was still at home. She just couldn't make up her mind. Could you be a bit more? He owned the land there. But his wife refused 15 Her only income being a small allowance, she lived a very life. No one's amused. Don't you realise how serious the problem is?
It's don't go together. I don't know how she it. I never go to bed before midnight. He's always had a n spot for confirmed foregone open stone Italians.
No sooner has he stubbed out one cigarette than he lights another. He'd been given it to make sure he wouldn't go to the police. It's dark in here! It was a heat. She's deaf. He's a n bachelor. It was a n conclusion. A car almost hit us as we were crossing the road. Types of people 3 Fill in the missing words in the definitions below.
See if you understand the following by putting each of them into one of the sentences below. I'd just like to hear what you think of them.
I was given to organise things as I saw 4 If you ask me, most of this music is rubbish. Give me Beethoven fit. Didn't 24 We usually eat in the summer. They usually want change and reform. Now I 10 He came to power in a violent and bloody think I understand what he plans to do. No one else is allowed to use it. Which animal gobbles? Try to place each word under a Toxicology is the study of poisons.
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