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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. led
  2. coarse
  3. counsel
  4. aisle
  5. compliment
  1. a I am always glad to hear the compliment/complement, "Mrs. Fields, my child was so well prepared for high school."
  2. b Coming down the isle/aisle of the dark theater required some careful stepping.
  3. c The seeing eye dog carefully led/lead his blind master across the busy street and up onto the high curb.
  4. d If one uses coarse/course language in the halls of Davis, they will most likely recieve a demerit or at least a stern lecture.
  5. e I have a problem that I cannot solve; thus, I need your consul/counsel council ,please.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Of all water resorts, I most enjoy sailing in the Caribbean aisles/isles.
  2. I was unaware that you had all ready/already ordered tickets; now we have an extra pair.
  3. I recently bought a new red dress and am now hunting for a pair of red shoes to compliment/complement my dress.
  4. Your snack brake/break comes around 10:00 AM at Davis.
  5. If we neglect minor/miner problems, they will grow into big problems.

5 True/False questions

  1. paneThe fair/fare one must pay for entry to an IMAX movie can be pretty costly.

          

  2. boarWhile hunting during a recent safari, we were charged by a wild boar/bore with tusks that were three feet long!

          

  3. altogetherI was unaware that you had all ready/already ordered tickets; now we have an extra pair.

          

  4. capitalOne piece/peace of the puzzle is missing.

          

  5. passed"Back up! We have passed/past the address we are looking for!"

          

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