GMAT IDIOMS 06
In Asian cities, waving crazily for a taxicab is regarded___a rude gesture.
The five-star restaurant replaced its homemade desserts ___ frozen ones.
Grandma always requires us ___ remove our shoes before we come in the house
What exactly is required ___ the applicants for this job?
the responsibility to
I have ___ _____ __ care for my dog.
I am responsible ___ my dog's welfare.
Success usually results ___ hard work.
Hard work usually results ___ success.
The principal has ruled ___ all students can call her by her first name, Maria.
The dictator saw the uprising ___ a threat to his authority.
I sent a birthday card ___ my grandmother.
Dogs have an acute sense ___ smell.
Her debts are __ extrem __ __ threaten the future of the company.
I spend more than $10,000 per year __ eating out.
Members of Congress are subject__the same laws as are ordinary Americans.
In an effort to lower my cholesterol, I substituted margarine ___ butter in my diet.
I suffer___the heartbreak of psoriasis.
My grandfather's spaghetti sauce is supperior ___ that store-bought brand.
After the massive cutbacks as the plant, my uncle was supplanted___a large robot.
I'm suspicious___people who don't shake hands firmly.