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His to ride so fast has always surprised me.

We regret that at the present time we are to supply the goods you ordered.

She is considered to be after the car accident.

She is deaf, but refuses to let her prevent her from doing what she wants to do.


ABLE

  1. year begins on the 1st of September.

  2. He was much more successful than his older brother.

ACADEMY

  1. Such behavior is at school.

  2. There have been debates about of genetically modified foods.

  3. The prices for food in our country are high.

  4. Staff objected at first, but Angela's ideas have now found general in the office.


ACCEPT

  1. The words were written on a piece of paper.

  2. They were dressed in old worn out clothes.

  3. One of the most important features for girls in .

  4. Your information is – I was born in 1956, not 1965.

  5. I thought he was complaining about of the assessment in the budget.


ACCURATE

  1. Frank Turner, the in a trial that has attracted national attention, was today convicted of murder.

  2. According to one of the co-defendants, the was incoherent and misleading.


ACCUSE

  1. The great of Russian scientists are difficult to overestimate.

  2. The efficiency targets are demanding but .

  3. Doubling our sales figures in the next year is an goal.

  4. High traditionally come from middle-class areas and go to university rather than colleges.


ACHIEVE

  1. The richer countries of the world must take to help the poorer countries.

  2. Famous & took part in the Oscar ceremony yesterday.

  3. Knee surgery will keep him physically for two months.

  4. Enemy forces remain in the mountainous areas around the city.


ACT

  1. , I'd rather spend the evening at home.

  2. Future research should further explore the link between filial responsibility norms and .

  3. General market media buyers enact or media plans drawn up by media planners.


ACTUAL

  1. She's young and dynamic and will be a great to the team.

  2. You can take an cup of coffee.

  3. " , 45,000 people have already exhausted their unemployment benefits this year," he said.


ADD

  1. For people with OCD, cleaning can become an .

  2. Drugs are substances.


ADDICT

  1. They've got two children and one of their own.

  2. They chose because they couldn't have children of their own.

  3. Her family gave the young girl a sense of belonging that she had never felt before.


ADOPT

  1. I'm here because of advice that you gave me to be more in my life.

  2. Nicole's rich, but that doesn't make me an .

  3. Any group that calls itself revolutionary without being deeply tied to the masses, will fall into and is destined to failure.


ADVENTURE

  1. This company needs a manager.

  2. The in the newspaper caused a lot of telephone calls.

  3. Every time a user clicks on the link of the search engine earns a fee.


ADVERTISE

  1. housing isn’t enough – we also need job opportunities.

  2. In social , they offer possibilities to act from the users.


AFFORD

  1. The two countries signed an to reduce their nuclear armories.

  2. The candidates had few about the major issues.

  3. They spent a /an evening together.

  4. I think you'll be surprised by what I'm going to say


AGREE

  1. He is very to different fruits.

  2. Long-term exposure to this medicine may sensitize you to .


ALLERGY

  1. I’ll leave with your .

  2. He gets a small from his father - just enough to live on until he starts to earn money.

  3. The maximum dosage is two tablets a day.

  4. It was about half-past nine, and that estimable nobleman had a select party of about twelve playing the game.


ALLOW

  1. park I’ve ever been is Disney land.

  2. I was listening to an program on the radio, which made me laugh out loud.

  3. On the subject of childbirth she is frank.

  4. The best .The spelling mistake in their teacher's name was a matter of great to the children.


AMUSE

  1. The results were late in the evening.

  2. We didn’t hear the so we missed our train.

  3. He was for the Mamaroneck Tigers baseball team.


ANNOUNCE

  1. My .didn’t let me say what I thought.

  2. He look out of the window in hope to see her


ANXIOUS

  1. Her was unforgettable & she knew about it when talking with men.

  2. They will arrive early in the morning.

  3. This court restricts lawyers as legal representatives.


APPEAR

  1. His letter of was quite full of useful information.

  2. Being an he studied a lot to enter the university.

  3. The new qualifications are to all European countries.

  4. The idea of a fund, therefore, in the strict sense of the word, seems to me particularly .


APPLY

  1. Nothing can you about Auckland which is why it is a popular destination for numerous tourists.

  2. He has taken up a/an as Professor of Chemistry.

  3. Their long-awaited homecoming was a bitter .

  4. Start the meeting at the time and stick to the agenda.

  5. As an adjective means capable of being appointed.


APPOINT

  1. of our help was given in time.

  2. She smiled at him.

  3. It's nice to have an audience.


APPRECIATE

  1. Their last was about an hour ago in the city park.

  2. Her words were very .

  3. , the drug should not have been made available.


ARGUE

  1. The government militia into police on the 1st of March 2011.

  2. The famous jazz musician Duke Ellington was a composer, , and pianist.

  3. The of the tea party was great, no one regretted to have come


ARRANGE

  1. His early was so unexpected!


ARRIVE

  1. She was a helpful in every difficult situation.

  2. A £1 billion investment would be of

considerable to the local economy.


ASSIST

  1. This picture is often with spring & love.

  2. The British Medical is/are campaigning for a complete ban on tobacco advertising.

  3. He was elected to the position of assistant professor in 1980, professor in 1989 and professor in 1993.

  4. We ourselves from this process and will not vote on this draft resolution.


ASSOCIATE

  1. Pay to the most difficult words in the test!

  2. They were listening very though nobody made them do it.

  3. He failed the course because of his poor record

of .

  1. There were 300 at the conference.


ATTEND

  1. The prices for kitchen equipment are so !

  2. park in Los-Angeles is thought to be the best on the coast.

  3. Their house is decorated.

  4. or attraction is a quality that causes an interest, desire in, or gravitation to something or someone.


ATTRACT

  1. The company made environmental part of its business ethos.

  2. He was quite of the fact that he had been psychologized.

  3. When I first started policing as a young cop in Harlem, there was a total that alcohol was a drug.


AWARE

  1. As far as she was concerned, only the weekends made life .

  2. Sometimes life seems cruel.

  3. The cost of living is becoming for retired people in our part of the world.


BEAR

  1. But it was just the . In 1907, Einstein had what he later called “the happiest thought of my life”.

  2. Their grammar guide is too difficult for

a but not detailed enough for an advanced student.


BEGIN

  1. I'm surprised by her bad toward her friends.

  2. Emotional and problems were most prevalent in school-aged children.


BEHAVE

  1. Other parents share her in the importance of reading.

  2. He shook his head in when I told him about the crash.

  3. Her tasks are difficult and at times she struggles with people who push her away and her ability.

  4. The cost of the building was .

  5. It was still an stupid thing to do.

  6. I’m a / an in the public’s right to know.


BELIEVE

  1. Such a good behavior is very for boys.


BENEFIT

  1. A / an job atrophied my mind.…

  2. Most teenagers start taking drugs through .

  3. She was so that she slept through the second half of the film.


BORE

  1. Elderly people's bones can be highly .

  2. No longer would people have to live under strict and rules.


BREAK

  1. I hoped that going to college might my horizons

  2. The of the river is over 3 km.

  3. speaking, there are five artistic categories within the Western tradition.


BROAD

  1. My father has always wanted me be become

a ……..

  1. The art department and the main college are in two separate .


BUILD

  1. She didn't mean to damage the painting, but she was too with it.

  2. Follow the instructions on the back of the packet .

  3. Be with that glass.

  4. We expect and thoroughness from our cleaning staff.


CARE

  1. I was given a for my speech at the conference.

  2. He had qualified as a / an flight instructor.


CERTIFY

  1. He made the course interesting with his many small explosions and crazy quizzes.

  2. at Princeton University have been following a new curriculum.

  3. The fund provides money to clean up …… polluted industrial sites.


CHEMISTRY

  1. She earns enough money to live .

  2. The silence went on so long that it became very ………………..

  3. I could move my arm, but I had a lot of .


COMFORT

  1. Don't forget this is a enterprise - we're here to make money.

  2. The project is no longer ………… valuable.


COMMERCE

  1. We live in an era of instant .

  2. The girl seems very , she’s got a lot of friends


COMMUNICATE

  1. The city enjoys an oceanic climate, which is ……. to the climate in most of Europe.

  2. The family emigrated to New Zealand in 1949, which seemed a wonderland in with post-war England.


COMPARE

  1. Sport .take place every summer at our school.

  2. The two sisters have always been , but they're also very supportive of each other.

  3. He wants to prevent the business falling into the hands of a / an .

  4. In order to encourage customers to switch providers, broadband services must be priced.

  5. He spoke in general terms about greater


COMPETE

  1. All should be labeled to indicate their contents.

  2. The cargo was for safe and efficient shipping.


CONTAIN

  1. His work is known for its approach and compassionate social realism.

  2. She's skilled in the art of .

  3. He is a very interesting man and a

brilliant .


CONVERSE

  1. The was upheld by the Court of Appeal.

  2. Only 4 per cent of the general population are black, but nearly one-third of the and imprisoned population are black.


CONVICT

  1. She spoke of the need for a more humane prison system.

  2. The facts were so that we couldn’t utter a word.


CONVINCE

  1. If I remember , he's Spanish.

  2. The harbour is described with pointed .

  3. The letter was returned because it had been addressed .

  4. It's to say that he is a good administrator.

  5. Many have remained state-operated facilities, such as office buildings or centers.

  6. measures must be taken at once.


CORRECT

  1. The two men began a / an that would continue throughout their lives.

  2. Moreover, not all government wrote for official publications.

  3. Sales are up 10% on the period last year.

  4. The longer working hours means that more work is done each week.


CORRESPOND

  1. Are you ?

  2. He was a man of overflowing .

  3. of an airplane changes the world history of travelling.


CREATE

  1. He must be a with a rich biography.

  2. She may face charges for lying to a grand jury.

  3. Parents can be held responsible for their children’s actions.

  4. The government cannot a statement simply because it is false, no matter how important the statement is.


CRIME

  1. What events are held in your city?

  2. Only people can drop garbage in the street.

  3. , the city has a lot to offer.


CULTURE

  1. , we have 3 tickets for this performance.


CURRENT

  1. It’s to cross the road here!

  2. I was worried because he was running close to the cliff edge.

  3. The turtles were translocated to a safe environment.


DANGER

  1. The new website will allow subscribers to check for new job listings.


DAY

  1. The term may refer to: Judgment (law), as the outcome of a legal case.

  2. The Fisher Act of 1918 raised their status and pay.

  3. Business leaders demanded immediate

and action to end the dispute.

  1. 54 percent of voters were in favour, 30 percent against, and the rest were .


DECIDE

  1. Understand to achieve anything requires faith and belief in yourself, vision, hard work, determination, and  . Remember all things are possible!

  2. From that point onwards his work was to research into childhood leukemia.


DEDICATE

  1. It's regarded as a highly job.

  2. Too much emphasis is placed on

the of being thin.

  1. His remarks had the effect.

  2. Events are moving in an and dangerous direction.


DESIRE

  1. Ever since was formed in 1968, the company has been at the forefront of computer .

  2.  country is a term generally used to describe a nation with a low level of material well-being.

  3. The term   country is used to describe countries that have a high level of development according to some criteria.

  4. My theory is still in its stage.

  5. By 1960, most of the easily land was gone.

  6. The razed the old school building and built a high-rise condominium complex.


DEVELOP

  1. This new music is certainly but I don't really like it.

  2. People behave during a time of war.

  3. «Makes No  »is the first single of the Canadian punk group Sum 41

  4. He was mute, distant, and .


DIFFER

  1. The road runs south and north.

  2. Sometimes taking an path saves time.

  3. Perhaps I was responsible for the misunderstanding.

  4. Both churches were built in the early twelfth century and can be approached from two .

  5. We work with maps to improve the

students' skills.

  1. A film  is a person who directs the actors and crew in the making of a film.


DIRECT

  1. Channel online lets you explore science, history, space, tech, sharks, & more with videos & news.

  2. He was not the first great whom princes had regarded as a dreamer.

  3. A website helps learners follow their creativity rather than a prescribed path.


DISCOVER

  1. Some new projects came up for .

  2. A person who discusses is a .


DISCUSS

  1. Her behavior at the party was

absolutely .


DISGUST

  1. I heard thunder grumbling in the .

  2. Barack Obama is   related to Sarah Palin and Rush Limbaugh.


DISTANT

  1.  is the social science that analyzes the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. 

  2. The report is a monthly publication of the Goskomstat of Russia which contains current complex information related to social and situation of Russia.

  3. The unsuccessful run for office left him ruined politically and .

  4. An knows the value of everything and the cost of nothing.


ECONOMY

  1. The paper is independent.

  2. An   is an opinion piece written by the senior  staff or publisher of a newspaper or magazine.

  3. He has published 16 books (as author, co-author, or ) regarding similar social themes.

  4. It would be better to swiften the of the dictionary.


EDIT

  1. in the largest sense is any act or experience that has a formative effect on the mind, character or physical ability of an individual.

  2. A new program has been set up for economically disadvantaged children.

  3. The woman who committed the crime

was disadvantaged.

  1. The educative process needs to begin early in a child's life.

  2. The process needs to begin early in a child's life.

  3. The television producer today has to be part of news person, part .


EDUCATE

  1. This tiny capsule contains two types

of painkilling ingredients.

  1. Unfortunately, his secretary is absolutely .

  2. Tips on how to maximize the potential of search engines by learning how they work, and how to use them quickly and  .

  3. Doctors say it is too early to measure

the of the drug.

  1. The treaty was imposed by force, and therein lay the cause of its .


EFFECT

  1. The report the importance of improving safety standards.

  2. Many English verbs have an form consisting of to do the infinitive and one can make sentence more .


EMPHASIS

  1. She got her first job through an agency.

  2. Individual who works part time or full time under a contract of is .

  3. The level of is rising.

  4. Computer skills make you far more .

  5. His drug addiction has made him .


EMPLOY

  1. There was an line at the bank.

  2. Education policy is debated.

  3. The shape of the building symbolizes the value and of the world of knowledge


END

  1. Classical music was her chief  .

  2. We ensure that you have a trouble-free

and holiday.


ENJOY

  1. The to the estate is behind those trees.

  2. There are two to the park.


ENTER

  1. Although her acting skills were limited, she was a great .

  2. There's not much in the way of in this town - just the cinema and a couple of pubs.

  3. She delivered an discourse on the current state of the film industry.


ENTERTAIN

  1. Originally, a /an   was a person possessed by a god.

  2. She thanked the staff for their dedication

and .

  1. You don’t seem very about the movie.

  2. The burden of what he said was to defend the conservative aristocracy.


ENTHUSE

  1. The company said that it had always acted in compliance with laws.

  2. The new recycling policy is safe.

  3. An   broadly supports the goals of the environmental movement .

  4. Additionally, white water rafting trips can promote .


ENVIRONMENT

  1. The photographer came early to set up his .


EQUIP

  1. She was charged with giving false in court.

  2. All jury members should have a copy of

the data.


EVIDENT

  1. Her eyes sparkled with … .

  2. It's an   adventure story.

  3. I was very to go on with my work.


EXCITE

  1. Many people question the of God.

  2. The service is available to all customers.

  3. I think we should improve parks rather than create new ones.

  4. Liberalism, and anarchism are examples of movements that take the human individual as a central unit of analysis.


EXIST

  1. The company has of making a profit next year.

  2. Differences of opinion are quite given the present information.

  3. Her death was totally .

  4. I had just put the dinner on when Jim walked

in .


EXPECT

  1. On the site you will find information about the most  things in the world.

  2. All will be reimbursed to you.


EXPENSE

  1. Did he offer any for his strange behavior?

  2. The woman, she has an gift in matters of death investigation.


EXPLAIN

  1. The plan was rejected as too .

  2. Tokyo is humid in mid-summer.

  3. The number of groups is increasing, and they are threatening the lives of civilians.

  4. One of the major security concerns of the region is the scenario of radicalization and


EXTREME

  1. He was a in politics.

  2. eyesight forced him to retire early.


FAIL

  1. What is Russia  for? Its nature, its cities & its sights.

  2. The district is for its brothels and drug dealers.

  3. Maria and her roommate get along .


FAME

  1. Vogue magazine quickly became the bible

of women.

  1. She was dressed.

  2. He lived in a /an area of the city, dirty and polluted.


FASHION

  1. Russian  crisis can refer to1998.

  2. We’re in fairly good shape .


FINANCE

  1. He settled down.

  2. They interviewed all of the before making a decision.


FINAL

  1. His dancing technique is good, but he needs to work on his .

  2. He was evaluated as for military service..


FIT

  1. The band has a large group of .

  2. We met again the day.


FOLLOW

  1. An illegal modification or reproduction of an instrument , document, signature is called

a .

  1. He is known as one of the most

talented .


FORGE

  1. He reaches his destination despite of

many contrarieties.

  1. there was no damage done.

  2. , you were out when we called.

  3. Her injury was a great .


FORTUNE

  1. When you get a build-up of ice in your , you know it's time to defrost it.

  2. isn't a bad way of preserving food.


FREEZE

  1. He gets really jealous if his girlfriend strikes up a with another man.

  2. Everywhere we went, people were .

  3. She seems at first, but she's really very nice.

  4. Our city's reputation for is unfortunate, but I am sure we can get better.


FRIEND

  1. The body of the had melted away, but its bones were left.

  2. A weather front coming down from Canada will bring freezing temperatures this weekend.


GLACE

  1. It was a great achievement that a month later

a agreement was reached.

  1. The company has to be able to compete .

  2. is the belief in a single idea that excludes alternative points of view.

  3. They are now making an effort to the company.

  4. Thousands demonstrated against during the meeting of the most powerful economic nations in Seattle.

GLOBE

  1. The levels of trade union and political activism in this country have declined in the past 15 years.

  2. In this book he makes his closest approach

to .


GREAT

  1. The company has shown exceptional over the past two years.

  2. Before you know it, the children will be and leaving home.

  3. When you grow something in your garden it

is .

  1. Each bag of seeds is labeled with the 's name.

  2. This is an improper diet for a teenager.

  3. The family sells their vegetables at the local market.


GROW

  1. After nine years in Cambridge, Susannah and Guy moved to Watlington, where they lived ever after.

  2. I've always believed that counts more than money.

  3. We found ourselves in the situation of having had our bags, passports, and money stolen.

  4. Her indifferent state of health prevents her being in town.

  5. Dependence on alcohol often stems

from in the home.


HAPPY

  1. It is hopeless trying to screen your child from the effects of television.

  2. This can affect the residents and their treatment

  3. These normally substances combine to form a highly poisonous gas.


HARM

  1. An honest is often a better fellow than a cool friend.

  2. I never wear grey because it reminds me of

my school uniform.

  1. His voice was mocking.


HATE

  1. However, ' inappropriate compensatory behaviour ' was at a level almost as low as in

the control group.

  1. The doctor warned that the patient's corpulence was and not merely unattractive.

  2. I want to follow a diet that is without sacrificing taste.


HEALTH

  1. Your advice was really very .

  2. The manufacturers provide an instruction manual.

  3. I feel . Isn't there anything I can do?

  4. He watched as Paula fell into the icy water.

  5. The bad weather added to the of the shipwrecked sailors.

  6. In 1916, he began to work as a mechanic , later on becoming a mechanic proper at a railway shop.


HELP

  1. Do you think I would do something so stupid?

  2. This law is intended to prevent people from palming off worthless goods.

  3. refers to a set of moral character and denotes positive, virtuous attributes such as integrity and truthfulness.

  4. An official accused of should be suspended forthwith.

  5. He acted when he gave the contract to his best friend.


HONEST

  1. Mark Twain was known for his short sketches.

  2. Dickens had suggested a special service of intercession at St. Paul's Cathedral.

  3. He had a great reputation as a in his day which is now somewhat difficult to justify.

  4. His mouth twisted in a smile.


HUMOUR

  1. Poor health resulting from disease of body or mind is .


ILL

  1. A sense of the of national unity stands behind the party's thinking.

  2. Money seems when set beside the joys of family life.


IMPORTANT

  1. The act or process of improving is .

  2. Our bread does not contain preservatives,

flour , or other additives.

  1. The living is valued at £140 a year, but perhaps it may be .


IMPROVE

  1. New technology is being applied to almost every process.

  2. At present, the responsibility of

the developed countries is greatly increasing.

  1. prepared the way for acceptance of the French Revolution's various socialistic offspring 

  2. The government hopes to some of the agricultural regions. 

  3. The played only a minor role and mostly affected smaller companies of the timber industry.

  4. He was an and merchant by career.


INDUSTRY

  1. It was to read the latest statistics.

  2. Modern computers can hold huge amounts

of .

  1. One of the witnesses was a paid for the FBI. 

  2. The programs must be specifically designed to serve the educational and needs of children aged 16 and under.

  3. The paper is quite on this point, it isn’t worth reading.


INFORM

  1. Cairo has only thirteen square centimetres of green space for each .

  2. The Australian seas are rife with isles.

  3. Many houses were so badly damaged in the war that they were made permanently .

  4. In our town a pauper or two were still inhabiting where was possible.


INHABIT

  1. The contraceptive   contains hormones that prevent pregnancy for up to 3 months.

  2. The amount of fuel delivered is controlled by the fuel .


INJECT

  1. He's been out of action for 6 months with a serious knee .

  2. The were taken to several nearby hospitals.

  3. Smoking is to health.


INJURE

  1. Dolphins are often regarded as one of

Earth’s animals.

  1. People's power needs have been met purely through using energy more .


INTELLIGENCE

  1. She is in care, where she remains critical but stable.

  2. The motorways are policed .

  3. Her easy disposition and sociability masked

the of her feelings.

  1. It may the conflict between them.

  2. So” can function as an , as in “I'm so tired.”


INTENSE

  1. There was a/an article on vegetarianism in the paper yesterday.

  2. So many days are routine and , especially in winter.

  3. enough, it does not follow a modern model.

  4. The boy seemed genuinely . 

  5. The teacher decided to make a career change after having to teach yet another class of teens.


INTEREST

  1. Science Weekly has a special offer – the first issue is free.

  2. Have you read the to the third edition?

  3. a flat-rate tax would be political suicide.


INTRODUCE

  1. If you don't patent your , other people may make all the profit out of it.

  2. Dr Martin Cooper, a former general manager for the systems division at Motorola, is considered the  of the first portable handset.

  3. She had an turn of mind.

  4. Picasso's liberated shapes and excitingly applied and combined colours.

  5. But I did not invest my wisely; I should have shared the idea with Barnum.


INVENT

  1. The work also requires a huge of time.

  2. An individual who commits money to investment products with the expectation of financial return is a/an .

  3. Customers have to have spare cash - wealth" - of at least £500,000 or pay a monthly fee of £20.


INVEST

  1. A Special  is clearly needed.

  2. She risks life and limb every day in her job as an undercover .

  3. Lack of reporting in the media is a dangerous democracy deficit.


INVESTIGATE

  1. He joined the company last year but never really got in the work.

  2. Early in music can awaken an interest that will last a lifetime.

  3. He told us a story life on a farm.


INVOLVE

  1. He was driven crazy with .

  2. He looked at his friend's new car .


JEALOUS

  1. He was voted " investigative  of the year " for 1987.

  2. Normal standards don’t allow for this kind of abuse.

  3. The network's news once set the standard for broadcast in the United States.

JOURNAL

  1. It's to sport with a young girl's feelings like that.

  2. Your rudeness is beyond endurance - leave my house!

  3. I don't like the way that the teacher barks at the children so .

  4. He was touched by of his neighbors, who voluntarily took care of his dog while he was in the hospital.


KIND

  1. These substances are to cause skin problems.

  2. Explorers penetrated deep into regions.

  3. She looked at us in a way.

  4. He would never upset people.

  5. Parents may make their child feel inadequate or pressured by expecting too much of them.

  6. A lack of on the part of teachers is a real problem.

  7. historians regard that story as pure fiction.


KNOW

  1. She's hired a who specializes in divorce cases.

  2. It is not to kill or injure a pet animal.

  3. "I want only what is my own," Jack answered firmly.

  4. They had entered the country by means.

  5. They cry out against the cruelty of the deed, but on its they are silent.


LAW

  1. Do remind me because I am to forget.

  2. He was an candidate for the position.

  3. Using a seatbelt will reduce the of serious injury in a car accident.

  4. Given the of a tax increase, these programs will probably run out of funding next year.

  5. She seems like a friendly young woman.

  6. He any kind of physical contact - he doesn't even like to shake your hand.


LIKE

  1. In addition to this effort, education of poor

and farmers should not be ignored.

  1. Computer is only an instrumentality for acquiring an education, and not an end in itself.

  2. The government is trying to combat high rates

of .


LITERATE

  1. The storm caused widespread loss

of .

  1. The team had a reputation for being

a year after year.

  1. I apologize for my temper.

  2. It was his first day in the office and he seemed a little .


LOSE

  1. The senator argued in favor of taxes.

  2. We are discussing a group of workers who for many years have been paid.


LOW

  1. They enjoyed a suite with a crystal chandelier and thick oriental rugs.

  2. The cabin was furnished.


LUXURY

  1. He was a bit anxious about the safety of

the .


MACHINE

  1. The purpose of the UN is the of international peace and security.

  2. After joining Debian, I decided to help out with the New process.

  3. A good diet is necessary for a healthy body.


MAINTAIN

  1. Obviously as sales he'll be very involved in the promotion and marketing of the product.

  2. Many companies go bankrupt due to

bad .

  1. Foreign investors pulled money out of the country because of corruption and in the banking system.

  2. a football team is harder than you think.


MANAGE

  1. My brother got last year & seems quite happy.

  2. Their is not legally valid.

  3. She was still conflicted about

her ex-husband's .

  1. There are widows who are still not .

  2. What is your status?


MARRY

  1. Everyone wants to be a gold at finishing school.

  2. This golden reminded me of my father.


MEDAL

  1. The man I yesterday was my ex-boss.

  2. After a six-hour flight and a long day

of , it's not surprising you're exhausted.


MEET

  1. He felt a curious of excitement and panic.

  2. This gentleman is of a reputation.

  3. The first disc is and the second disc

is .

  1. Adapters for the food include a meat grinder and an ice cream maker.

  2. Beat the butter in a bowl until creamy and soft.

  3. Want to see art related to ?


MIX

  1. Less obvious were the difficulties in returning to peacetime attitudes and after six years of war.

  2. Ideas about and what constitutes dishonourable conduct change over time.

  3. What changed was his view of the means

to modern states.

  1. This organic vision of society was shared

by and philosophers.


MORAL

  1. The is present in this room.

  2. I can't stand this heat.


MURDER

  1. Her beauty made everyone get mad.

  2. The dialogue sounded stilted and , perhaps because of the translation from the original Russian.

  3. An evaluation such as this is limited by personal experience.

  4. I admire his on stage.

  5. To as a citizen of a foreign country, or to retain citizenship in a foreign country disallowing dual citizenship.


NATURE

  1. This is a nice, quiet , with modest single-family homes.

  2. The states are feuding over the rights to the river.

  3. They were folks, always ready to lend a helping hand whenever necessary.


NEIGHBOUR

  1. There were a few giggles from people in the audience.

  2. So, instead of being funny, he's

just dull.

  1. , fatigue everything came into play and hit me over the head.


NERVE

  1. Half of the city’s drivers tend to rules and behave poorly.

  2. They restored the castle, which was thereafter used as prison for knights.

  3. The student's shocked the teacher.

  4. He went ahead and did what his supervisor had warned him not to do.


OBEY

  1. UN were there to ensure the smooth transference of power.

  2. He spent two nights under close in hospital.

  3. research uses data collected during routine clinical care.

  4. We were able to prove these claims .

  5. There is an old chair in this church.

  6. preferences generate observable choices.


OBSERVE

  1. Community punishment is used for less

serious .

  1. Will they go ahead with their plans, even at the risk of the Americans?

  2. Why should I sit down under her

continued remarks?

  1. Her husband was a small, man.


OFFENCE

  1. Starting your own business can be a risky .

  2. There are advantages in putting sales and admin in the same building.

  3. The company's founder has not been active for four years.

  4. , could you connect me to the Raffles in Singapore?

OPERATE

  1. The unions are in to the government over the issue of increasing the minimum wage.

  2. These children are not just being for no reason.

  3. The witnesses gave accounts of who caused the accident.

  4. They alternate between supporting us

and us.

  1. I mean, the has not proved that such a relationship exists.


OPPOSE

  1. Some of the text has survived.

  2. The comparison to these shows led many critics to describe the show as .

  3. The act was passed as a safeguard against tax evasion.

  4. The so-called comedy is totally devoid of intelligence, , and even laughs.

  5. Professor Adams was the of the project.

  6. Many European internationalisms in Latin or in Greek.


ORIGIN

  1. Shop decorated their shops with holly, mistletoe, candles and colorful paper chains and lanterns.

  2. Earlier this year the group took 51% of the financial services unit.


OWN

  1. If you're in financial difficulty, we're happy to let you space out your over two years.

  2. All 26 million basic-rate income tax will benefit next year from a 1% cut in the tax rate.

  3. The rent is in advance.

  4. means not capable of being paid.

  5. The firm will you for your travelling costs.


PAY

  1. If the accident happened during the of his regular duties, he’s covered by disability insurance.

  2. Critics can make or break a young .


PERFORM

  1. I know that from experience.

  2. Please don’t take this , but I think you need to brush your teeth.

  3. Sometimes she seems a very , even unkind mother.


PERSON

  1. Her father was an interior designer and a talented , leaving a wealth of family history images for the future.

  2. You can store images on your computer’s hard drive.

  3. The telescope at this observatory is used to survey the sky .

  4. Introduction of colour print made a revolution in the .


PHOTOGRAPH

  1. These berries are edible, but those are .

  2. An autopsy revealed no evidence of .

  3. The law had little effect, however,

and continued their deadly business.


POISON

  1. The audience clapped but without much enthusiasm.

  2. It is to point at people.

  3. He asked whether she had been wearing the same clothes for three days straight.

  4. is the ritual of society, as prayers are of the church.


POLITE

  1. Why do so few women enter life?

  2. We suspect that the violence was inspired.

  3. A once said, ‘people are not prisoners of their fate, but of their opinions’.

  4. The task of revolutionaries was to generalize and such struggles.


POLITICS

  1. The manifesto includes tough measures to tackle road congestion and environmental .

  2. The region's third-largest industrial reduced its emissions by about a third.

  3. Sulphur dioxide is one of several that are released into the atmosphere by coal-fired power stations.

  4. The fund provides money to clean up chemically industrial sites.

  5. We are making a plea to all companies to stop the environment.


POLLUTE

  1. The article was written.

  2. The root cause of the crime problem is .


POOR

  1. Greg's tendency to be critical made

him with his co-workers.

  1. Their videos of makeup tutorials and clothing hauls quickly garnered a large audience and rose

in .

  1. is the opposite of popularity.

  2. He also the expression wack-a-ding-hoi for an idea or guest he believed was a little crazy.

  3. The book presents a version of American history.

  4. One of the Dynasty Foundation's principal areas of work is the of basic science in Russia.


POPULAR

  1. The of Auckland is getting close to 1.4 million.

  2. Hong Kong is one of the most areas in the world.

  3. As we know, in that sense, it is an area of the country.


POPULATE

  1. Both sides came together to fight, and it was unclear which side was more .

  2. This anthropomorphic religion

reacted upon them.

  1. I wish I could help you, but I am in this situation.

  2. A significant cause of stress in the workplace is a sense of and lack of control.


POWER

  1. We could get some money, if we asked my parents.

  2. The limited number of respondents in these age groups in previous studies made it to test this hypothesis.

  3. Some sales managers think selling abroad

is difficult.

  1. Have you considered the of retraining?

  2. The blizzard made travel a/an .


POSSIBLE

  1. The peace movement may have given

a outlet for idealistic values which had been long held in check.

  1. It's to live in one city and work in another.

  2. He was the only guest at the party.

  3. She sat her speech, muttering to herself.

  4. A detailed report on the cause of the accident will be made public as soon as … practicable.


PRACTICE

  1. A platform had been set up in for the ceremony.

  2. We are putting these in as actions to be approved under the 2007 budget.

  3. However, many other visitors, especially between 1940 and 1960, were ill-equipped

and .


PREPARE

  1. Often, when we are waiting in traffic, we

are , immobilized, forced to stop and wait.

  1. He has threatened to his political opponents.

  2. Challenges to fight are punishable by fine and .

  3. Driving while under the influence of alcohol is an offence.


PRISON

  1. The two countries are inhabited by a continuum of infinitely lived individual consumers and .

  2. The popular model is scheduled to go out

of by the end of the year.

  1. Values of products can be imputed back

to factors.

  1. The company is looking for ways to improve worker .

  2. Their working system is based on the belief that people work more in a team.


PRODUCE

  1. These two books will be especially useful for editors, journalists, and other users of the language.

  2. Acting is a chancy business.

  3. A high level of is expected when working with clients.

  4. Lack of resources and corruption together further generate behavior and a diminished concern for professional ethics.

  5. She's acting , so you need to tackle this problem as soon as possible.


PROFESSION

  1. Heavy of the country as a tourist destination has brought significant growth in the industry.

  2. In fact, live in the community they work for, and have a distinctive link into/role in the community.

  3. The town's literature accents its vital role in American history.


PROMOTE

  1. A hypothesis requires more work by the researcher in order to either confirm or it.

  2. There is sometimes a divide between the spoken word and the fact.

  3. There’s absolutely no solid that he was anywhere near the scene of crime.


PROVE

  1. Such a person could be a psychiatrist, , therapist, social worker, licensed professional counselor or other professional.

  2. She claimed that the way she had been treated at work had caused her extreme emotional and distress.

  3. Is he suited to be a police officer?


PSYCHOLOGY

  1. The preparatory certificate is the

minimum required to teach English in most language schools.

  1. He might have told you he was

a/an electrician, but the truth is quite otherwise.

  1. A former Tour de France champion

is from this year's race.

  1. The fans' bad behaviour has resulted in

the of their team from the championship.


QUALIFY

  1. analysis determines the chemical constituents of a substance or mixture.

  2. Women's experiences are different from men's.


QUALITY

  1. The right of a good poem can tell the moment it strikes him that he has taken an immortal wound--that he will never get over it 

  2. The book is informative and highly .

  3. They are hoping that the paper will have quite a wide .

  4. The school uses a combination of modern and traditional methods for teaching .

  5. I was given the wrong tablets when the pharmacist my prescription.


READ

  1. The constraints of politeness wouldn't allow her to say what she thought about his cooking.

  2. The town seemed as as a movie set.

  3. On the one hand, he recognizes the

economic of the theater.

  1. There was a feeling of about the trip, as if I'd stepped into another world for two weeks.

  2. She had always been a , not a dreamer.

  3. You that your problems are insignificant in comparison.


REAL

  1. The committee felt that newspaper coverage of the murder went beyond bounds.

  2. As a manager she deals with problems and equably, never losing her temper.

  3. She's absolutely determined to go and there's just no with her.

  4. It is to demand that employees work without a break.

  5. She reacted when she learned she had failed.

REASON

  1. On the basis of past trends, it is estimated that for the current financial year will be almost £100 million.

  2. Removal expenses might be if you have to move to a different area in order to find work.

  3. One computer file proved to be after the crash.


RECOVER

  1. After thirty years of trading, the company name enjoys global .

  2. He is one of the country's most authorities in personal finance.

  3. I hadn't been to the city for 20 years and it was almost .

  4. He was able to walk down the street

totally .


RECOGNISE

  1. At the family reunion, I saw I haven't seen in years.

  2. We weighed up the advantages of driving there or going by train.

  3. It was a founded on mutual esteem.

  4. In another way the answer to the question

is complex, and of course mostly to the detriment or demotion of logic.

  1. That statement is to your argument.

RELATE

  1. An Olympic gold medal is the only thing that has evaded her in her career.

  2. Tropical fevers can sweep through whole populations in a short time.


REMARK

  1. have announced that a major breakthrough has been made.

  2. In the course of customer needs, we discovered how few families have adequate life insurance. 


RESEARCH

  1. In all three groups, some are much larger and better built than others.

  2. He entered the United States in 1988 as a permanent because of his marriage to a U.S. citizen.

  3. The most effective way of helping is to provide the right kind of living environment, in the family home or in care.


RESIDE

  1. Parties are permitted, so long as everyone behaves .

  2. They discharge the holiest

responsibilities .

  1. I welcome the increase in companies'

social and respectful attitudes towards their own workers.

  1. It was an act of gross to leave someone who wasn't properly trained in charge of the machine.

  2. It would be to ignore the threats.


RESPONSIBLE

  1. Proposed would enhance companies' ability to exclude economically insignificant proposals.

  2. The embraced the primacy of socioeconomic forces in the 1970s and 1980s just as their reductionist dangers were becoming clear in the study of Western revolutions.

  3. The performance of any court system in the world depends upon the behaviour of seven key players: litigants; witnesses; trial courts; appellate or courts.


REVISE

  1. Today, all modern helicopters are based

on designs of Igor Sikorsky.

  1. After a long series of weak leaders, the people were ready for a who promised to bring sweeping change to the nation.

  2. This new drug may cancer treatment.


REVOLUTION

  1. It's to apply for that position.

  2. You showed laudable restraint in dealing with that demanding customer.


RIDICULE

  1. Armed broke into the shop and demanded money from the till.

  2. The prisoner is charged with

attempted .


ROB

  1. Never add fuel to a engine. 

  2. The of a large household is not easy.

  3. He will be the youngest in the race. 


RUN

  1. The changes were made in the interest of public .

  2. We refer to such a placement as a safe placement; a placement is otherwise.

  3. We refer to such a placement as a safe placement; a placement is otherwise.

  4. The pilot managed to bring the plane

down .

  1. The of her children was something that she worried about constantly.


SAFE

  1. As the goes, "Don't count your chickens before they're hatched."


SAY

  1. She won a to Iowa State University.

  2. He has published numerous articles

in journals.


SCHOLAR

  1. The must stop to observe and start to excogitate.

  2. This book incorporates the

latest information.

  1. Let's look for a creditable explanation before going off into the realm of the supernatural.


SCIENCE

  1. , we must institutionalize and reinforce the regional groups.


SECOND

  1. Make sure all the windows are fastened before you leave.

  2. I'm on a temporary contract and have little financial .


SECURE

  1. Quick treatment can reduce the of an injury, and you may even be able to avoid a trip to the doctor’s office.


SEVERE

  1. Despite the ideological of the two parties, clashes between them became increasingly fierce.

  2. , ethnic-based groupings appear, creating fear of more ethnic violence.

  3. As in that work, there coexist two societies - of course separately -, one developed and the other backward.


SIMILAR

  1. He also evolved from being a character in animated cartoons and comic strips.

  2. The great strength of our plan lies in its .

  3. Both candidates pledge to the state's bloated bureaucracy.

  4. There was a need for of the coordinating bodies' structure.


SIMPLE

  1. Obviously, all else being equal, a higher minimum standard is preferred.

  2. People don't with their neighbours as much as they used to.

  3. These verbal acts occur within the third frame at dinnertime: frame.

  4. Criminal behavior or conduct that violates the rights of other individuals is .

  5. This organic vision of was shared by moralists and philosophers.

  6. In 1919, agitation over the eight-hour day and textile strikes had seen separate action by and catholics.


SOCIAL

  1. The three chemicals combining into one .

  2. The president announced the of the National Assembly.

  3. All cards are visible from the start, but this does not imply that this game is with strategy.

  4. The true reason why no one has succeeded in finding an problem is, in my opinion, that there is no unsolvable problem.


SOLVE

  1. The proposal was resisted by the police.

  2. He showed great of character when he refused to accept the bribes.

  3. A discussion paper aiming to the EU's competition regime has been circulated amongst commissioners.


STRONG

  1. For years, studies have shown the link between smoking and cancer.

  2. He's an extremely gifted student.

  3. The studious girl graduated at the head of her class.

  4. I was fortunate enough to obtain a

research studentship at Stanford.


STUDY

  1. The factory makes good quality men's shoes, but they are not , and the market for them is drying up.

  2. I like the new Audi in terms of .

  3. The production is deliberately , and this takes the play out of its historical context.

  4. Thirty years later he is considered to be one of the top or letter masters throughout the movement worldwide.


STYLE

  1. Problems with childcare remain the biggest barrier to women at work.

  2. Impressionism became the most "ism" in the history of art.

  3. Few U.S. companies have penetrated the Japanese electronics market.

  4. The run for office left him ruined politically and economically.

  5. They tried to have a baby and finally went to a fertility clinic.


SUCCEED

  1. Making unwelcome remarks to a subordinate will be regarded as sexual harassment.

  2. She is extremely , and very easily hypnotised.

  3. He did not know what to make of this, but there was a in her voice that was almost too much for him.

  4. My discomfort was so great that I felt obliged to apologize to don Juan for what I thought was

my .

  1. The opposition's main campaign claim was

a that the right is more competent than the left in managing the economy.


SUGGEST

  1. She wanted to speak to the foremost in our department.

  2. Both operational and departments are involved.

  3. In cases of severe mental handicap,

constant is recommended.


SUPERVISE

  1. The operated on her for appendicitis.

  2. To begin with, his technique was remarkable. Swift and steady.

  3. All the damage to her body was done .


SURGERY

  1. The analyzed data indicated trends.

  2. , can be found by digging in the past people.

  3. , the bouncy talk show hostess was a cheerleader in high school.

  4. We were greatly at the news.


SURPRISE

  1. He soon smacked the taste of physic hidden in this .

  2. Remember to brush your teeth after eating .

  3. No artificial are used in this product.

  4. You may your coffee by putting in a knob of sugar.


SWEET

  1. A full day's exhausts me.

  2. She was certified as a .

  3. The book's style makes it very .

  4. The dyslexic author had once been considered at school.


TEACH

  1. The steam engine was the

greatest advance of the 19th century.

  1. In the early 20th century, science

became advanced.

  1. The proposed National Innovation Council would have a "select membership" of CEOs, scientists, and .


TECHNOLOGY

  1. No one is born a , and no one has to remain one their whole life.

  2. The got so bad that one day, without warning Mr. Wonka told every single one of his workers to go home.

  3. Nor did we turn out noticeably more , drug-addled, or unmotivated than nice suburban kids.


THEFT

  1. My first was that something must have changed.

  2. He was a , kind, and well-behaved boy.

  3. He had brought with him some food to share.

  4. It was and discourteous to leave us waiting so long.

  5. He stared at the picture.


THINK

  1. The room had been cleaned.

  2. She showed workmanlike in everything she did.


THOROUGH

  1. Only the arrival of the police prevented the situation from becoming worse.

  2. Traditional aesthetics assumed the existence of universal and criteria of artistic value.

  3. The was set to trigger the bomb in exactly one hour.

  4. Good, you're home. Perfect — dinner's on the table.

  5. The new train will be formed into the

regular from next Monday.


TIME

  1. A year after the hurricane, … are gradually beginning to come back to the region.

  2. European … needs massive support in relation both to the development of supply and to joint marketing.


TOUR

  1. Such a committee could assist local enterprise companies and local colleges as well as local … of personnel.

  2. He started his career as a … with an advertising agency.

  3. The … program lasts three weeks.

  4. We must … the linguists who cannot find employment.

  5. is necessary to keep up with new production methods.

  6. Are you … in the use of this equipment?


TRAIN

  1. The best … for a cold is to rest and drink lots of fluids.

  2. He should be punished for his … of his mother.

  3. The infection is … with antibiotics.

  4. I wish you'd stop … me like a child!


TREAT

  1. Academics sitting in ivory towers have no … of what is important for ordinary people.

  2. He just can't face anyone at the moment, which is perfectly ….

  3. They were … upset.

  4. If you think that these transport problems can be solved by building more roads, you completely … the nature of the problem.

  5. In turn, the loss of documents leads to … or oblivion.


UNDERSTAND

  1. The software has a … interface that's easy to operate.

  2. Our intent here is not to review all … of the terms.

  3. Sometimes he would make himself … in the kitchen by cleaning and tidying.

  4. I was … occupied packing dishes all morning.

  5. There is no question of the … of aspirin.

  6. Water had got into the radio, and now it was completely …. 

  7. I didn't want to spend the afternoon arguing ….

  8. He is known as Mr Wrong for the … of his predictions.


USE

  1. Time is … commodity to us all.

  2. The … by-products are all wasted and escape into the air in the form of smoke.

  3. The bank provides safe custody for ….

  4. The normal market value is honestly calculated by the district ….

  5. We thought the chair was an antique worth a lot of money, but it turned out to be a … replica.


VALUE

  1. A … speed drive permitted operation through a range of speeds.

  2. The security guards were … ex-servicemen.

  3. I've spent 10 years researching how much genetic … there is between populations.

  4. experiments have failed to disprove the theory.

  5. The concept of freedom has been … understood by different people.

  6. The restaurant serves a … of meats.


VARY

  1. Pneumonia may arise without any cause.

  2. They asked, “Were there really no girls in youth cultures and street gangs or had sociological accounts made them ?”


VISION

  1. She is reputed to be extremely ….


WEALTH

  1. Employers today put a premium on reasoning skills and … to learn.

  2. Both sides have manifested a stubborn … to compromise.

  3. Jane was always … to practice on the piano.


WILLING

  1. Plan conversions produce potential and losers compared to expectations of benefits under the old plan.

  2. Her experience and energy are a combination in business.


WIN

  1. This … instrument is the ancestor of the modern metal flute.

  2. They lived in a remote house set high on a … hillside.

  3. area means territory having no wood.


WOOD

  1. These figures mean that almost 15 percent of the … population is unemployed.

  2. The company is planning to hire 200 ….

  3. I think the plan is quite ….

  4. This plan has only one drawback: it's ….


WORK

  1. One pandemic of Spanish flu took nearly 22 million lives ….


WORLD

  1. He is widely regarded as one of the best … of our times.

  2. surfaces such as chalkboard paint or large marker boards also let kids customize their room.

  3. Your … is very neat.

  4. In both written and … traditions, a complex of thoughts and approaches to music are handed down from teacher to student.


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