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5 Matching questions

  1. everyday and every day
  2. due to
  3. definitely
  4. fine
  5. exam
  1. a colloquial when used for general approval
  2. b used to mean very or quite, avoid it, lacks accuracy
  3. c shouldn't be used for because of. should be used after a noun or linking verb
  4. d adjective and adverb
  5. e colloquial for examination

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. colloquial for to disturb or agitate, most commonly negative
  2. verb. draperies is the correct noun form
  3. in a formal manner instead of at a former time
  4. refers to a number instead of refering to an amount
  5. colloquial when used for person

5 True/False questions

  1. flaunt instead of floutrefers to a number instead of refering to an amount

          

  2. etc.colloquial for examination

          

  3. different thangood writers use different from

          

  4. disinterestedused to mean very or quite, avoid it, lacks accuracy

          

  5. disburse instead of disperseto pay out or spend instead of to scatter

          

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