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MULTIPLE CHOICE
Exercise 1
Leaving your children with their grandparents may be bad for the little (1) ____ health. This is according to new research in the ‘International Journal of Obesity’. The British study showed that children who are looked after by their grandparents (2) ____ to be more overweight. Researchers looked at over 12,000 toddlers between the (3) ____ of nine months and three years. Their data showed that grandparents increased the risk of obesity (4) ____ the children by as much as 34 per cent. Kids who are looked after by their parents or who go to nurseries had no (5) ____ risk of weight problems. The research also showed that children of richer parents were more at risk, especially if the mother had a management position and/(6) ____ a university education.
This research could help (7) ____ the rate of obesity in Britain. Almost a quarter of pre-schoolers are overweight or obese. These new statistics should send an important message to grandparents – stop (8) ____ your grandchildren with snacks and sugary treats. We all know how our grandparents like to (9) ____ us. It is the same all over the world. The research did not look into why young children are    (10) ____ at risk of obesity with their grandparents. However, there are several possible reasons. One is that older people might be (11) ____ aware of proper nutrition and so give their grandchildren unhealthy food. Another possible cause is that older people are less active and might not play with the children. It might also be that British people in (12) ____ are becoming less active.
Put the co
ect words from the table below in the above article.
1.
(a)
once
(b)
ones
(c)
one’s
(d)
ones’

2.
(a)
tend
(b)
trend
(c)
trendy
(d)
tent

3.
(a)
ageless
(b)
ages
(c)
aged
(d)
aging

4.
(a)
at
(b)
by
(c)
to
(d)
in

5.
(a)
simile
(b)
similarity
(c)
simila
(d)
smiling

6.
(a)
plus
(b)
o
(c)
no
(d)
also

7.
(a)
reduction
(b)
reducing
(c)
reduces
(d)
reduce

8.
(a)
filling
(b)
filing
(c)
feeling
(d)
failing

9.
(a)
soil
(b)
spoil
(c)
foil
(d)
toil

10.
(a)
othe
(b)
much
(c)
added
(d)
more

11.
(a)
low
(b)
fewe
(c)
less
(d)
smalle

12.
(a)
general
(b)
generals
(c)
genealogy
(d)
generalize


Exercise 2
Does time fly or does it go (1) ____? We’ve all had experiences of wanting time to pass quicker, slow down or even stop. The BBC has reported (2) ____ research on the speed time travels at. Its reporter Tom Colls discusses a study conducted      (3) ____ researchers at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota, USA. Lead researcher Professor Aaron Sackett found he could make people feel that time was going more slowly and more quickly than it (4) ____ was. Professor Sacket said there was a (5) ____ link between the feeling of time passing and levels of enjoyment. He said he showed that time really does (6) ____ when you’re having fun. “We could manipulate people`s feelings of time quite easily," he said.
The BBC’s article provides an (7) ____ of how scientists have looked at time throughout history. The most famous scientist they include is Albert Einstein. He said time is (8) ____ something in our minds. Professor John Wearden, a time psychologist at Britain’s Keele University said it was difficult to analyze how time goes by. He said most people think time goes fast and slowly. As an example he  (9) ____ his own mother, who says days seem to (10) ____ forever, but months fly by. Professor Wearden told the BBC: "Time doesn`t really go fast or slowly, it can`t do….It just goes at the speed it (11) ____." He added that time can only be measured by a clock. Most language students might agree that time (12) ____ by when they are studying English.
Put the co
ect words from the table

 


MULTIPLE CHOICE

Exercise 1

Leaving your children with their grandparents may be bad for the little (1) ____ health. This is according to new research in the ‘International Journal of Obesity’. The British study showed that children who are looked after by their grandparents (2) ____ to be more overweight. Researchers looked at over 12,000 toddlers between the (3) ____ of nine months and three years. Their data showed that grandparents increased the risk of obesity (4) ____ the children by as much as 34 per cent. Kids who are looked after by their parents or who go to nurseries had no (5) ____ risk of weight problems. The research also showed that children of richer parents were more at risk, especially if the mother had a management position and/(6) ____ a university education.

This research could help (7) ____ the rate of obesity in Britain. Almost a quarter of pre-schoolers are overweight or obese. These new statistics should send an important message to grandparents – stop (8) ____ your grandchildren with snacks and sugary treats. We all know how our grandparents like to (9) ____ us. It is the same all over the world. The research did not look into why young children are    (10) ____ at risk of obesity with their grandparents. However, there are several possible reasons. One is that older people might be (11) ____ aware of proper nutrition and so give their grandchildren unhealthy food. Another possible cause is that older people are less active and might not play with the children. It might also be that British people in (12) ____ are becoming less active.

Put the correct words from the table below in the above article.

1.

(a)

once

(b)

ones

(c)

one’s

(d)

ones’

2.

(a)

tend

(b)

trend

(c)

trendy

(d)

tent

3.

(a)

ageless

(b)

ages

(c)

aged

(d)

aging

4.

(a)

at

(b)

by

(c)

to

(d)

in

5.

(a)

simile

(b)

similarity

(c)

similar

(d)

smiling

6.

(a)

plus

(b)

or

(c)

nor

(d)

also

7.

(a)

reduction

(b)

reducing

(c)

reduces

(d)

reduce

8.

(a)

filling

(b)

filing

(c)

feeling

(d)

failing

9.

(a)

soil

(b)

spoil

(c)

foil

(d)

toil

10.

(a)

other

(b)

much

(c)

added

(d)

more

11.

(a)

low

(b)

fewer

(c)

less

(d)

smaller

12.

(a)

general

(b)

generals

(c)

genealogy

(d)

generalize


Exercise 2

Does time fly or does it go (1) ____? We’ve all had experiences of wanting time to pass quicker, slow down or even stop. The BBC has reported (2) ____ research on the speed time travels at. Its reporter Tom Colls discusses a study conducted      (3) ____ researchers at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota, USA. Lead researcher Professor Aaron Sackett found he could make people feel that time was going more slowly and more quickly than it (4) ____ was. Professor Sacket said there was a (5) ____ link between the feeling of time passing and levels of enjoyment. He said he showed that time really does (6) ____ when you’re having fun. “We could manipulate people's feelings of time quite easily," he said.

The BBC’s article provides an (7) ____ of how scientists have looked at time throughout history. The most famous scientist they include is Albert Einstein. He said time is (8) ____ something in our minds. Professor John Wearden, a time psychologist at Britain’s Keele University said it was difficult to analyze how time goes by. He said most people think time goes fast and slowly. As an example he  (9) ____ his own mother, who says days seem to (10) ____ forever, but months fly by. Professor Wearden told the BBC: "Time doesn't really go fast or slowly, it can't do….It just goes at the speed it (11) ____." He added that time can only be measured by a clock. Most language students might agree that time (12) ____ by when they are studying English.

Put the correct words from the table below in the above article.

1.

(a)

slowly

(b)

slowish

(c)

slowest

(d)

slowed

2.

(a)

at

(b)

by

(c)

on

(d)

to

3.

(a)

at

(b)

by

(c)

in

(d)

to

4.

(a)

reality

(b)

real

(c)

real time

(d)

really

5.

(a)

strength

(b)

power

(c)

strong

(d)

powered

6.

(a)

fly

(b)

float

(c)

rocket

(d)

soar

7.

(a)

analyze

(b)

analytical

(c)

analyzes

(d)

analysis

8.

(a)

simple

(b)

simply

(c)

simpler

(d)

simplest

9.

(a)

quotation

(b)

quote

(c)

quotes

(d)

quoting

10.

(a)

last

(b)

cast

(c)

past

(d)

vast

11.

(a)

times

(b)

goes

(c)

lives

(d)

lasts

12.

(a)

flyers

(b)

fliers

(c)

flights

(d)

flies

 


Exercise 3

Toyota is recalling 436,000 of its hybrid Prius cars because of safety fears. The latest problem to (1) ____ the world’s largest auto maker is faulty brakes. This is the second major recall of the past six months for the car (2) ____. In September 2009, it recalled 3.8 million Lexus (3) ____ cars because of accelerator problems. The Prius is the world's most popular hybrid model. It is extremely popular with celebrities who want to show how (4) ____ they are. Peter De Lorenzo, an expert on Toyota, told the BBC how painful the recall would be: "The Prius is their (5) ____ example of their vision of what we should all be driving. It is everything the new Toyota represents, so for them to have to recall hundreds of thousands of them is a tremendous (6) ____ to their image."

Toyota president Akio Toyoda acknowledged the recall was bad news for his company. He said Toyota would do everything (7) ____ its power to regain the confidence of its customers. He wrote in the Washington Post that he was "(8) ____ disappointed" his cars had not met the high standards expected by customers. "We have decided to recall as we (9) ____ safety for our customers as our foremost priority," he said. Mr. Toyoda took his (10) ____ share of the blame for his company’s troubles, stating: "As the president of Toyota, I take personal responsibility. That is why I am personally leading the effort to restore trust in our (11) ____ and in our products." The recalls will cost Toyota billions of dollars in repair costs and lost (12) ____.

Put the correct words from the table below in the above article.

1.

(a)

bit

(b)

wit

(c)

fit

(d)

hit

2.

(a)

giant

(b)

monster

(c)

ogre

(d)

Goliath

3.

(a)

modelled

(b)

models

(c)

model

(d)

modelling

4.

(a)

greenish

(b)

green

(c)

greens

(d)

greenest

5.

(a)

whining

(b)

shining

(c)

thinning

(d)

shinning

6.

(a)

puff

(b)

huff

(c)

blow

(d)

exhale

7.

(a)

in

(b)

on

(c)

inside

(d)

into

8.

(a)

depth

(b)

deepest

(c)

deeps

(d)

deeply

9.

(a)

rearguard

(b)

reared

(c)

regrade

(d)

regard

10.

(a)

fill

(b)

full

(c)

filling

(d)

fills

11.

(a)

word

(b)

sentence

(c)

letter

(d)

paragraph

12.

(a)

sell

(b)

hard sell

(c)

sales

(d)

sale

 


Exercise 4

Toyota is recalling 436,000 of its hybrid Prius cars because of safety fears. The latest problem to (1) ____ the world’s largest auto maker is faulty brakes. This is the second major recall of the past six months for the car (2) ____. In September 2009, it recalled 3.8 million Lexus (3) ____ cars because of accelerator problems. The Prius is the world's most popular hybrid model. It is extremely popular with celebrities who want to show how (4) ____ they are. Peter De Lorenzo, an expert on Toyota, told the BBC how painful the recall would be: "The Prius is their (5) ____ example of their vision of what we should all be driving. It is everything the new Toyota represents, so for them to have to recall hundreds of thousands of them is a tremendous (6) ____ to their image."

Toyota president Akio Toyoda acknowledged the recall was bad news for his company. He said Toyota would do everything (7) ____ its power to regain the confidence of its customers. He wrote in the Washington Post that he was "(8) ____ disappointed" his cars had not met the high standards expected by customers. "We have decided to recall as we (9) ____ safety for our customers as our foremost priority," he said. Mr. Toyoda took his (10) ____ share of the blame for his company’s troubles, stating: "As the president of Toyota, I take personal responsibility. That is why I am personally leading the effort to restore trust in our (11) ____ and in our products." The recalls will cost Toyota billions of dollars in repair costs and lost (12) ____.

Put the correct words from the table below in the above article.

1.

(a)

bit

(b)

wit

(c)

fit

(d)

hit

2.

(a)

giant

(b)

monster

(c)

ogre

(d)

Goliath

3.

(a)

modelled

(b)

models

(c)

model

(d)

modelling

4.

(a)

greenish

(b)

green

(c)

greens

(d)

greenest

5.

(a)

whining

(b)

shining

(c)

thinning

(d)

shinning

6.

(a)

puff

(b)

huff

(c)

blow

(d)

exhale

7.

(a)

in

(b)

on

(c)

inside

(d)

into

8.

(a)

depth

(b)

deepest

(c)

deeps

(d)

deeply

9.

(a)

rearguard

(b)

reared

(c)

regrade

(d)

regard

10.

(a)

fill

(b)

full

(c)

filling

(d)

fills

11.

(a)

word

(b)

sentence

(c)

letter

(d)

paragraph

12.

(a)

sell

(b)

hard sell

(c)

sales

(d)

sale

 


Exercise 5

America’s CBS television network has caused tempers to (1) ____ in this year’s Super Bowl. Its decision to broadcast a 30-second anti-abortion advertisement during the football game has (2) ____ nearly as much attention as the game itself. CBS will (3) ____ an advert paid for by an anti-abortion Christian group called Focus On The Family. The ad‘s title is ‘Celebrate Family, Celebrate Life’. It (4) ____ the story of Tim Tebow, a champion quarterback, who is alive today because his mother ignored medical (5) ____ to have an abortion. She had complications (6) ____ her pregnancy in 1987. Tim’s story and the anti-abortion message will reach around 100 million people. The Super Bowl is the most watched event on US television.

A spokesman for Focus On The Family, Gary Schneeberger, explained his group’s reason for the ad: He said: "We're not trying to sell the American people a car or a (7) ____ drink. We're celebrating families." He added his organization hoped to   (8) ____ couples having problems with their marriage. The ad has its opponents. Women’s groups are putting pressure (9) ____ CBS to drop the ad. They argue it is not the job of television channels to "(10) ____ morality." Others are accusing CBS of double standards. The network is airing the anti-abortion ad but (11) ____ an ad for a gay dating service called Man Crunch. By the way, (12) ____ and you’ll miss the ad - the Super Bowl is between the New Orleans Saints and the Indianapolis Colts.

Put the correct words from the table below in the above article.

1.

(a)

tear

(b)

glare

(c)

bear

(d)

flare

2.

(a)

attraction

(b)

attracted

(c)

attract

(d)

attractive

3.

(a)

air

(b)

mist

(c)

cloud

(d)

gas

4.

(a)

futures

(b)

fractures

(c)

features

(d)

faces

5.

(a)

advisory

(b)

advise

(c)

advice

(d)

advising

6.

(a)

while

(b)

during

(c)

between

(d)

middle

7.

(a)

soft

(b)

softish

(c)

softly

(d)

softest

8.

(a)

influences

(b)

influential

(c)

influenced

(d)

influence

9.

(a)

in

(b)

on

(c)

an

(d)

inn

10.

(a)

dictation

(b)

dictator

(c)

dictated

(d)

dictate

11.

(a)

rejection

(b)

rejects

(c)

rejected

(d)

reject

12.

(a)

blink

(b)

wink

(c)

mink

(d)

sink

 


Exercise 6

The rock star Sting has (1) ____ environmentalists and indigenous people in a fight against Brazil’s plan to build a huge dam in the Amazon. The hydroelectric Belo Monte dam will be the third largest in the world. It will (2) ____ 11 per cent of Brazil’s electricity but flood 500 square kilometres of rainforest. The area is         (3) ____ to 150 different indigenous groups and many rare species of animal, bird and plant life. The British singer brought the issue to the world’s (4) ____ last year. He was performing in a concert in Sao Paolo when he invited a well-known Brazilian Indian, Raoni, (5) ____ stage to call on Brazil’s government to scrap the idea. Sting helped (6) ____ up the Rainforest Foundation Fund to help save the rainforests and protect the rights of indigenous peoples living there.

The Belo Monte dam will cost over $10 billion to build. It will (7) ____ a large area of the northern Brazilian state of Para. Environmentalists are protesting (8) ____ the project saying it will destroy the lives of thousands of indigenous people. They say it will also accelerate the destruction (9) ____ the Amazon rainforest. Anti-dam campaigner Antonia Melo of the Xingu Vivo Movement told reporters: "This project only benefits companies. It will generate methane gas that will change the climate and (10) ____ 30,000 people.". Another activist, Roman Catholic Bishop Erwin Krautler, said: "The project (11) ____ underestimates the consequences, which will be irreversible.” Energy expert Adriano Pires said the dam was necessary to help Brazil’s increasing energy (12) ____.

Put the correct words from the table below in the above article.

1.

(a)

join

(b)

joins

(c)

joint

(d)

joined

2.

(a)

supply

(b)

supple

(c)

supplies

(d)

sup

3.

(a)

house

(b)

home

(c)

residence

(d)

building

4.

(a)

attend

(b)

attends

(c)

attention

(d)

attentive

5.

(a)

in

(b)

at

(c)

on

(d)

to

6.

(a)

get

(b)

set

(c)

let

(d)

met

7.

(a)

deviate

(b)

devote

(c)

deviant

(d)

devastate

8.

(a)

against

(b)

by

(c)

on

(d)

from

9.

(a)

at

(b)

of

(c)

to

(d)

in

10.

(a)

replace

(b)

misplace

(c)

commonplace

(d)

displace

11.

(a)

completes

(b)

completion

(c)

completely

(d)

complete

12.

(a)

demands

(b)

demanding

(c)

demanded

(d)

demander

 


Exercise 7

Canadian researchers have found that most drivers think they are better than others behind the (1) ____. The team from Ottawa University interviewed nearly 400 (2) ____ of all ages. They all had to answer questions about what they thought of their own driving skills. The question topics included how they (3) ____ in different driving conditions, including terrible weather and (4) ____ roads. They then had to rate the skills of others on the road. The results were very similar across all age ranges – almost all of those (5) ____ believed their driving ability was better than that of other drivers. Older drivers in the poll were more confident in their ability than younger ones. Unsurprisingly, perhaps, males had the most confidence in their (6) ____ to handle a car.

Lead researcher Sylvain Gagnon believes the (7) ____ found in his survey could be dangerous. Mr Gagnon said that although confidence can be a good thing, it often has dangerous consequences. He stated: “If you think that you are a better driver, then perhaps you start behaving differently behind the wheel and do not (8) ____ as much attention as you should. This might explain why young men (9) ____ to have more accidents on the roads than other drivers.” It is time for government  (10) ____ safety departments to start taking research such as this more seriously. Traffic accidents are a huge killer throughout the world. Very (11) ____ drivers really think about how deadly their car can be in an accident. More (12) ____ is needed as people buy more and more cars.

Put the correct words from the table below in the above article.

1.

(a)

wheels

(b)

wheeled

(c)

wheeling

(d)

wheel

2.

(a)

motorists

(b)

motors

(c)

motoring

(d)

motor

3.

(a)

reenact

(b)

react

(c)

retract

(d)

relate

4.

(a)

congestion

(b)

congests

(c)

congested

(d)

congest

5.

(a)

interviews

(b)

interview

(c)

interviewed

(d)

interviewing

6.

(a)

able

(b)

ability

(c)

capable

(d)

can

7.

(a)

fortitude

(b)

latitude

(c)

altitude

(d)

attitudes

8.

(a)

pay

(b)

payee

(c)

payment

(d)

pays

9.

(a)

fend

(b)

tend

(c)

trend

(d)

lend

10.

(a)

avenue

(b)

street

(c)

track

(d)

road

11.

(a)

small

(b)

little

(c)

few

(d)

tiny

12.

(a)

regulation

(b)

regulations

(c)

regulate

(d)

regulatory

 


Exercise 8

Jogging barefoot might be better for you than running (1) ____ jogging shoes. This is the conclusion of new research from scientists at Glasgow University in Scotland. In fact, researchers say running with jogging shoes may actually be harmful (2) ____ our bodies. The research team found that 75 per cent of the joggers in their study experienced something called ‘(3) ____ strike’. This is when our heels hit the ground too hard and (4) ____ our skeleton. This happens around 1,000 times for every 1.5km we run. The scientists say running barefoot is (5) ____ natural. People who run without shoes do not land on their heels and this avoids sending shockwaves throughout their body. Barefoot runners may be at (6) ____ risk of injury than those who wear running shoes.

The research helps (7) ____ why many long-distance runners run so well barefoot. The scientists say jogging shoes actually get (8) ____ the way of millions of years of evolution: “Humans have engaged in endurance running for millions of years, but the modern running shoe was not (9) ____ until the 1970s.” They added: “For most of human history, runners were either barefoot or wore minimal footwear such (10) ____ sandals…with…little cushioning.” Barefoot running is common in many (11) ____ of the world, especially Africa. The most famous barefoot runner is South Africa’s Zola Budd, who ran without shoes in the 1984 Olympics. Dr Daniel Lieberman from Harvard University warns people to start slowly if they (12) ____ up running barefoot to avoid injury.

Put the correct words from the table below in the above article.

1.

(a)

in

(b)

on

(c)

up

(d)

to

2.

(a)

on

(b)

to

(c)

at

(d)

of

3.

(a)

wheel

(b)

heal

(c)

heel

(d)

healing

4.

(a)

shocking

(b)

shocker

(c)

shocks

(d)

shock

5.

(a)

than

(b)

then

(c)

much

(d)

more

6.

(a)

least

(b)

lost

(c)

less

(d)

lest

7.

(a)

explain

(b)

explained

(c)

explanation

(d)

explaining

8.

(a)

of

(b)

in

(c)

to

(d)

up

9.

(a)

invention

(b)

invents

(c)

invented

(d)

inventing

10.

(a)

as

(b)

has

(c)

was

(d)

pas

11.

(a)

part

(b)

parties

(c)

parted

(d)

parts

12.

(a)

make

(b)

take

(c)

wake

(d)

fake

 


Exercise 9

Scientists in England believe that (1) ____ tidying your bed after you wake up may be healthier for you. Their research suggests that the dust mites that live in our mattresses do not like messy and (2) ____ beds. This could be good news for people with asthma. The research team, from Kingston University, said the tiny bugs could only survive in sheets and mattresses that were (3) ____ damp – they live off the moisture and sweat from our bodies. If a bed is unmade, air circulates between the sheets and (4) ____ them out. Dry sheets means the creatures will die from dehydration – a lack (5) ____ water. The researchers said that the average bed contained around 1.5 million mites. They are less than a millimetre long and they feed (6) ____ the flakes of skin that fall from your body.

Lead researcher Dr Stephen Pretlove said his research could cut the amount of money spent on (7) ____ illnesses that are caused by mites. We breathe in the waste produced by bed bugs or get (8) ____ by them. These can lead to asthma and other health problems. The British health service currently spends over $1 billion a year treating illnesses caused (9) ____ mites. Dr Pretlove believes his research could change the way our houses are designed. “Our findings could help building designers (10) ____ healthy homes and healthcare workers point out environments most (11) ____ risk from mites, he said. Allergy expert Professor Andrew Wardlaw agreed, saying: “It would be good if ways were found to modify the home so that mite [(1) ____] were reduced.

Put the correct words from the table below in the above article.

1.

(a)

no

(b)

none

(c)

nor

(d)

not

2.

(a)

unmade

(b)

mad

(c)

maiden

(d)

unmanned

3.

(a)

slight

(b)

slightly

(c)

unsightly

(d)

sighted

4.

(a)

drizzles

(b)

drily

(c)

dries

(d)

sundries

5.

(a)

for

(b)

by

(c)

of

(d)

to

6.

(a)

in

(b)

on

(c)

by

(d)

at

7.

(a)

treated

(b)

treatment

(c)

treats

(d)

treating

8.

(a)

bitten

(b)

biting

(c)

bite

(d)

bit

9.

(a)

at

(b)

by

(c)

to

(d)

so

10.

(a)

creation

(b)

creativity

(c)

created

(d)

create

11.

(a)

by

(b)

on

(c)

at

(d)

up

12.

(a)

numbers

(b)

numeral

(c)

numbered

(d)

numbering

 


Exercise 10

Some of the biggest stars (1) ____ entertainment gathered on Friday night to help raise money for Haiti. The event, called ‘Hope for Haiti Now’, was organized by actor George Clooney. He persuaded dozens of singers, sports stars and actors to answer telephones in a telethon to (2) ____ money for the earthquake-hit country. Rock and pop legends performed (3) ____ both sides of the Atlantic. Madonna, Mary J Blige, Shakira and Sting sang in New York, (4) ____ Jay-Z, Rihanna and U2’s Bono took part in a concert in London. A special moment (5) ____ when Haitian-American singer Wyclef Jean sang for his nation. The event was televised on every major TV network and (6) ____ on websites around the world.

George Clooney told MTV about why he organized the event: "It's a big world out there, and we all have a lot of (7) ____ to look out for people who can't look out for themselves,” he said. He explained what he (8) ____ the stars to do, saying: "You got about 130 to 140 actors, athletes, singers and television hosts, and they're all coming up (9) ____ to be on TV, but simply to answer the phones." He said so many stars were (10) ____ to help. Clooney went on to say that the telethon's main goal was to "raise money, (11) ____. That’s it.” He added: “If I thought that we could all pick up shovels and go in there and not be in the way, I think a lot of people would do that." Stars (12) ____ the telethon will raise $1 billion for the earthquake victims.

Put the correct words from the table below in the above article.

1.

(a)

at

(b)

on

(c)

to

(d)

in

2.

(a)

raise

(b)

rise

(c)

up

(d)

rising

3.

(a)

in

(b)

on

(c)

at

(d)

by

4.

(a)

whatever

(b)

whom

(c)

while

(d)

whiled

5.

(a)

comes

(b)

coming

(c)

came

(d)

come

6.

(a)

steamed

(b)

streamed

(c)

streaming

(d)

steaming

7.

(a)

responsible

(b)

response

(c)

responsibly

(d)

responsibility

8.

(a)

asked

(b)

ordered

(c)

commanded

(d)

said

9.

(a)

no

(b)

not

(c)

none

(d)

neither

10.

(a)

willed

(b)

will

(c)

wills

(d)

willing

11.

(a)

periods

(b)

periodical

(c)

period

(d)

periodically

12.

(a)

hope

(b)

hopefully

(c)

hoping

(d)

hopes

 

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