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Used when the following word could be any of a certain type.
If someone is ___ to do something, they can do it.
If you ___ something, you take it when somebody gives it to you.
An ___ is an arrangement with a bank or other company to do business.
If you ___ success or a goal, you have completed what you planned to do or have a good result.
To the other side.
If you ___ in some way, you do something that makes people think you are that way.
Something is ___ if it is turn turned on or started.
Something that exists real.
If you ___ x to y, you put x and y together.
An ___ is the location where a building is or where a person lives.
If you ___ someone, you allow them to enter an area or a building.
If you ___ something, you make it known publicly, usually to sell it.
If x ___s y, then x causes a change in y.
If you can ___ something, you have enough money or resources to buy it or do it.
Behind something in place or position.
The time after 12:00 and before the evening meal.
In opposition, or not agreeing, to.
Something's ___ is how long it has existed or been alive how old something is.
A person that is a representative and acts for other people.
At an earlier time.
When two people ___ about something, they have the same ideas; they both think the same things are true.
___ is a mixture of gases; it has no color or odor.
___ of something is 100% of it, or the entire amount.
___ means to let something be done.
Very nearly about 98% of something not the same, but near to being the same.
You use the word ___ to show movement from one end of a long thing towards the other end.
Before a certain time.
When one thing happens and a second thing happens in a same or similar time or way, then the second thing ___ happens.
You use the word ___ to show an idea that is surprising or different from another idea.
If something ___ happens, it happens at all times or every time.
Used to talk about two things at once.
An ___ is something that someone says after another person asks a question.
Some or even the smallest amount or number.
If two things are ___, there is space between them.
If something is ___, it is easy to see, realise, or understand.
If something ___s a certain way, it looks or seems that way.
If a rule, a principle, a law, etc applies, it has some effect on the situation.
If you ___ someone to a job or position, you give the job to them.
If you ___ something, you move closer to it.
If something is ___, it matches the situation.
An ___ is a piece of land or space.
If you ___ with someone, you debate, disagree or talk about your differing ideas.
If you ___ something, you put it in order or you organise it.
Any man-made object which is either beautiful or makes the viewer think; common examples of ___ are paintings and photographs.
A word that is used to compare two things that are equal.
To ___ is to look for an answer to a question by saying it.
If you ___ two things, you think of them as being connected in some way.
If you ___ something, you guess or believe something without having enough information to know that it's true.
Used to describe where something is, or when saying something's position.
If you ___ something like school or a party, you go to it.
To have ___ means to have the power to make a decision.
If something is ___, it exists and you can use it.
If you are ___ of something, you know about it.
When something moves ___ from something else, the distance between them gets bigger; they are no longer near or close.
Very bad; so bad that people don't want to think about it.
A very young child, less than two years old, who has not yet learned how to speak.
Toward the rear.
Something is ___ if it is not good.
___s are containers made of soft material like paper, plastic or leather.
If something is in ___, it is has equal amounts all around.
A ___ is a round thing; people often use them to play games.
A building where you can keep and borrow money.
A place that sells alcoholic drinks.
The lower part of anything the solid part that touches the floor or touches the earth and keeps the other parts of the thing up.
The ___ of something, is the main ideas or parts that it is built on.
Big animals with short tails; they either eat only meat or meat and plants; there are many different types of ___s, for example brown ___s and polar ___s.
If you ___ something, you hit it, usually many times.
___ is the quality of being nice to look at.
You use the word ___ to show the reason for something.
If x ___s y, it changes into y or changes to be more y.
A piece of furniture to sleep on.
If x happens ___ y, x happens first and y happens second.
When you ___ something, you start to do the first part of a longer action.
When something is ___ a second thing, the first thing is in back of the second.
When you ___, you have faith in something.
When you ___, you take a chance with money on the result of a future event.
If x is ___ y and z, y is on one side of x and z is on the other side.
If something is ___, it is large in size, tall, wide, long, or fat.
A ___ is a piece of paper money a banknote.
A ___ is when a new baby comes out of its mother.
A ___ is an amount, usually a small amount.
The darkest color with no light the color of the sky at night.
A ___ is a boy or a man.
___ is a red liquid inside a person or animal's body that carries nutrients and oxygen to the other parts of the body.
If wind, air, etc ___s, it moves.
One of the colors people can see:.
A ___ is a group of people who govern something.
A ___ is a vehicle used to travel on water.
A ___ is the main part of a person, animal, physical object, or organisation.
Sheets of paper joined together with writing and pictures printed on them for you to read.
If you ___ to do something, you make an effort to do it.
A ___ is a container, usually made of glass that holds liquid and has a cap or stopper.
The ___ of something is its lowest part.
A square or rectangular container.
A ___ is a male child.
If something is ___, it is for a short time.
If something is very bright, we call it ___; it shines with much light.
When you say "you ___" something to someone, you carry it with you to that someone.
Your ___ is the male child of your parents.
A limit to how much money can be spent on something.
When you ___ something, you make the thing out of pieces of other things.
A ___ is a vehicle that carries a large number of people on roads.
A ___ is an organized way to make money.
If you are ___, you are doing something and not available to do something else.
Used to show something new, usually a contrast to the idea that was before it; it links two clauses.
If you ___ something, you give money for it.
Near or next to.
A sweet food that is often baked.
A telephone conversation.
If someone ___ do something, they are able to do it.
A vehicle with four wheels, moved by an engine.
A ___ is a small, rectangular piece of paper or plastic; we use ___s to carry information, sometimes for people, sometimes for computers.
When you ___ about something, you think about it often and have a concern for it.
When you ___ something, you lift it up and move it to another place.
A ___ is a container to hold something.
A domestic animal often kept as a pet it has whiskers and likes to chase mice.
When you ___ something, you stop and hold it.
A ___ makes something happen.
The ___ of something, is the place that is as far from its outside as possible.
If you are ___ of something, you believe it to be true without doubt.
A ___ is a piece of furniture for one person to sit on.
A ___ is the person who controls a meeting or an organization.
Something that can happen.
To make different than before.
Someone's ___ is things that they do, feel, and believe that makes them a certain type of person.
When you ___ someone money, you ask them to pay the money for something that you have done for them or sold to them.
If something is ___, it costs very little money.
If you ___ something, you look at it to see if there is a problem.
A ___ is a young person, usually older than a baby but younger than a teenager.
If you have a ___, you can decide between two or more things or actions.
When you ___ a thing, you select it over others.
A building where christians gather and pray to god.
A place where many peoples' homes are close together.
___ is a time for learning.
If something is ___, it has no dirt and everything is in its place.
Something that is ___ is something that people can see through.
Your ___ is a person or group that uses your services or buys your products.
A ___ is an object that tells you what the time is; a small ___ which you carry is called a watch.
A ___ is an organisation of people who share a similar sport, interest, or hobby.
___ is a dark brown drink that is very popular around the world.
Low in temperature.
A ___ is a person who works together with another person or who does the same kind of work.
If you ___ some things, you bring them together as a group.
A ___ is a school for adults who have finished high school.
To move towards a place or into a place to move to the place where the person who is talking is.
A ___ is a short statement about something usually it is an opinion.
If you ___ something illegal or bad, you do it.
A group of people that come together to do something or decide something.
Mutual shared by more than one.
A ___ is a group of people living in the same area and having a similar background or similar interests.
A ___ is an organization for doing work for money.
If you ___ two things, you look at, talk about, or think about how they are the same and how they are different.
To finish to reach the end.
If you ___ an answer, you calculate it or find it, usually using mathematics.
A ___ is something that you think is a problem or needs attention.
If two or more people ___, they find out each other's opinion.
: a visit or a ___ation.
When x makes or has ___ with y, they touch each other physically, or by words or thoughts.
If something ___s, it does not stop.
If you have ___ over someone or something, you can make it do what you want.
When you ___, you take part in a conversation you talk.
To bake or boil, to prepare food.
A ___ of something looks or acts like it.
A ___ is the place where two lines or edges meet.
If you were able to do something before, you ___ do it.
A ___ is a group of people who are chosen or elected to make laws, rules, and decisions.
If you ___ something, you find how many there are, usually by looking at them one by one.
A land that is controlled by a government.
A ___ is an area of land with a local government, often including a number of towns or cities; it is used differently in different countries.
A ___ is two things that go together.
In school, a ___ is a school class in a specific subject.
A ___ is where people are tried for crimes.
Something that is ___ing another thing is on top of the other thing in a way that stops people from seeing it.
If you ___ something, you make it; usually, it's something that nobody has made before.
If you ___ something, you go from one side of it to the other side.
A cylinder shaped object, normally used to drink out of.
If you make something shorter or divide it in pieces, you ___ it.
Another word for father.
A ___ is something that can hurt a person.
A ___ is a particular day in a month or year.
A measure of time.
A ___ is a business agreement.
___ is something that is precious or greatly valued to someone; they love the thing or the person.
A ___ is an exchange of ideas looking at different sides of an issue.
If you ___ something, there were different things you could do, but you choose one.
A ___ is a sudden thought, with purpose, before someone does something; after a person makes a ___, the person has knowledge about a thing the person will do.
A hole or body of water is ___ if it goes down a long way.
Someone is ___ if they are sure; they have no doubt about what they're saying.
A ___ is a part of a business, school, hospital or other institution that has a particular job.
When you ___ on something, you need it you rely on it you trust it.
If you ___ something, you say what it looks like, sounds like, acts like, etc.
___ is how something looks and works.
A ___ is a small part of something that is not as important as the whole thing.
When you ___ something, you create or make it better.
If a person or animal ___s, it stops living.
The quality of being different.
Hard, not easy you need to work hard to do it.
___ is the largest meal of the day, usually eaten in the evening.
If something is ___, it is straight and as short as possible with nothing extra in between.
To talk about something.
A ___ is an area of land that shares certain characteristics.
When you ___ a thing you separate it into two or more other things.
We sometimes use ___ in place of a different verb, such as when we ___ not know what an activity is, or we ___ not want to say it again:
A person who helps people who are sick, and looks after their health.
A ___ is a written record, often official.
A domestic animal that is often kept as a pet.
A ___ door, window, etc includes two of the same kind.
A question or uncertainty about something.
Toward the earth, away from the sky.
When you ___, you use a pencil, pen, crayon, etc to make a picture.
A ___ is a loose cloth covering a woman's body; the lower part is like a skirt; the top part is like a shirt.
A liquid that you take in through the mouth.
If you ___ a car or other vehicle, you control its movements.
A very small amount of a liquid.
Without water not wet.
If something is ___, it should happen at a particular time.
All or every one in a group separately.
Sooner than expected.
The ___ is a place that is closer to where the sun rises than another place.
If something is ___, it does not need much skill or effort.
If you ___ something, you put it in your mouth, chew it, and swallow it.
The effective use of the resources of a community or system.
When you ___ someone, you instruct them teach train.
An event that is caused by a different event.
An ___ is a common food that is ball-shaped and can have a baby animal inside, such as a chicken, a fish, a snake, etc.
Used before giving a choice with two options; the options should be separated by "or".
To choose to do something to make a decision to do something.
If a machine is ___, it uses ___ity.
___ is the number that is after ten and before twelve; it can also be written as 11.
You use the word ___ to show that something is not the same one as another thing.
___ somebody ___ somebody give work to somebody, usu for payment.
If you ___ someone, you make them feel that they want to, or can, do something.
An ___ is the part of a machine which gives it power.
The ___ is the natural world: forests, rivers, grasslands, oceans, etc.
The same in shape, size, or number.
When something is ___, it is very important or significant.
If things are ___, the top or surface of each is as high as the others.
If i ask you if you have ___ been to france, i am asking if you have been to france at any time in your life.
All the people, things, times, etc.
If something is ___, it is correct and precise.
If i give an ___ of something, i name one of that type of thing.
You say, ___ me when you have done something rude,.
___ is a physical activity to make your body stronger.
When something ___s, it is real, not just an idea.
When you ___ something you anticipate it.
An ___ is something for which you spend money.
An ___ is an event that happens to you or that you are a part of.
If you ___ something, you talk about it so that somebody can understand it.
To say something.
Your ___s are the part of your head which you see with.
The front part of the head.
Something is ___ when it seems right or is done for a good purpose.
When something or someone ___s, it moves down quickly down through the air because nothing is holding it; it moves to a lower position because of gravity.
A group of people with a blood or marriage relation.
A long way.
A piece of land where people work growing plants and animals; usually, a ___ makes food for its owners to eat or sell.
When you are ___, you can move a in very short time.
When you ___ someone, you give them food to eat.
When you ___ something, you experience a sensation from touching it.
A ___ is an open area of land that can be used for many different things, from sports to crop-growing.
When two people ___ against each other, they hit each other and try to hurt each other.
___s are numbers showing the value or amount of something.
A ___ is a set of papers or records on a specific issue, person, etc.
If you ___ something, you put something in it until there is no space left.
A ___ is a recording of a moving picture.
The ___ thing is the last one.
___ is activities related to banking and money, especially by government.
If something is ___, it is ok, not a problem, or acceptable.
If something ___es, it stops and doesn't start again it comes to the end.
A chemical reaction that makes heat and flames or smouldering.
A ___ is an animal that lives in the water and has scales and gills.
When you ___ something, you match a thing for size, shape or other qualities.
The number 5.
If something is ___, it has a surface with no high places or low places.
The ___ is the flat part at the bottom of a room; people stand on the ___.
To move through the air without touching the ground.
If the first thing occurs after the second, thing the first thing ___s a second thing.
___ is what people eat for nutrition when they are hungry.
The lowest part of the leg, below the ankle the part of the body used to stand on.
Shows that something belongs to something else, or has a specific function.
A ___ the act of a thing pushing on another thing, or how strongly it pushes.
When you ___ something, you have no memory of it.
___ is the shape or structure of a person or a thing.
A very large amount of money.
If something goes ___, it moves in the direction of its front, not its back.
The number 4; ___ is one more than three and one less than five.
If something is ___, it does not cost money to buy.
Two people are ___s of each other if they like being together and they like helping each other.
Away; when something is moving ___ a place, it was at the place but is going farther ___ the place.
Opposite of back.
A container is ___ of things if there are many of the things in the container and no more can go in.
If you have ___, you enjoy something.
Something or someone's ___ is its purpose or its job.
A ___ is an amount of money kept for a specific purpose.
A longer way.
The time after the present.
A ___ is something that people do to have fun.
A ___ is a substance, such as air, that is not liquid or solid.
Usual about most things; an idea is a ___ idea if it's about many things or about most things, not just about one specific thing.
To start to have to take; when one person gives something, the other person ___s the thing.
A ___ is a female child.
When someone ___s something to someone else, they had the thing and they let the other person have it; maybe they use their hands to put the thing in the other person's hands; usually after that, the thing is the other person's thing.
To move to move away from a place to move farther from the person who is talking to move from one place to another place, by walking or in a car, train or plane or any other way of moving.
When you are ___, you do the right things; that is, you do things that are kind or helpful; you do not do things that hurt people or are not honest.
You say ___ when you leave/depart, as a farewell.
If x ___s y, x controls y through laws or other rules.
If something is ___, it's large and impressive.
If you ___ something to something, you give it to them, usually formally.
A ___ object or event is very big and large in scale.
One of the colors people can see:.
The ___ is what you stand or sit on when you are outside.
When more than 2 things or people are together, they make a ___.
When things ___ they get bigger or change in other ways over time.
If you ___ at something, you try to imagine what it might be, but you don't know the answer.
A ___ is a boy or a man.
___ is long, very thin, soft material that grows on people and animals.
A ___ is 1/2 of a whole 50%.
A ___ is a large space with a roof and walls; it can be a kind of large building, or a room or part of a building; most commonly, it is the area just inside the front door.
Your ___s are the parts of your body at the end of your arms; a ___ has four fingers and a thumb.
If something is ___, it is not soft.
If you ___ something you dislike it strongly.
Someone has something if the thing is in their hands; the person is holding or gripping it.
Used to refer to a male person without identifying or describing him the person is normally identified or described earlier in the text.
The ___ is the highest or most important part of something.
If you talk about the ___ of a person or animal, you are talking about whether they are sick or not.
If you ___ a sound, you notice it with your ear.
The part of the body that pumps blood.
___ is a kind of energy; it is the quality things have when they are warm or hot.
Having a lot of weight.
When someone ___s another person do something, they do things to make it easier for the other person to do the thing, or they do part of it for them.
In this place, the current location.
___ is what happened in the past.
If a ___s b, then a touches b hard and fast.
When you ___ something, you put it in your hand and keep it there.
A ___ is a day when people don't go to work or school, often because there is a religious celebration.
Where a person lives; usually, where people keep their things that they are not carrying, and where they sleep.
If you are ___, you do not hide the truth you don't lie, cheat, or steal.
When someone ___s that something will happen, it means that they want it to happen and they think it is may happen.
A ___ is a large animal; it walks on four legs; people often ride on ___s.
A building for sick people, with doctors and nurses.
High in temperature.
A measure of time, equal to 60 minutes.
A ___ is a building that one family lives in.
The word "___" is a question word, to ask about the way something happens or the way people do things.
You use the word ___ to show that there is a contrast between two ideas.
You say, "___" in greeting when you meet or see somebody.
The number 100.
A married man.
If you ___ something say what it is.
If you ___ something, you make a picture of it in your head.
Main or primary.
If something ___s, it changes from bad to good.
Used to show that something is ___side something else.
When you ___ something, you make it part of something else.
___ is the money that you get from working.
To grow to become bigger.
An ___ person or thing is looked at separately from others.
An ___ is a kind of work that makes things.
If you ___ someone of something, you give them knowledge about it.
If x is or moves ___ y, it is in y.
X ___ of y means: not y but x.
If you ___ something, you pay money so that if something bad happens to it, you will get more money.
When someone wants to know more about something or likes to do something, we say the person has an ___ in it.
If you ___ your money, you use your money to make more money.
If an activity ___s something, that is used in or is part of the activity.
Used to refer to an object without identifying or describing ___ the object might have been described earlier in the text.
If someone ___s two or more things, they bring them together.
If you ___, you leave the ground completely.
When you ___ something for someone, you make something safe.
A ___ is a small instrument, usually metal used to open locks.
A child or young person.
When you ___ something or someone, you put them to death you take away life.
A ___ is the male leader of a country and whose son will probably lead the country.
A sound from something hard hitting wood.
When you ___ something, you have facts or ideas in your mind.
___ is the work that people do, usually lifting, moving, building, etc rather than desk work.
A polite way of saying "woman".
___ is the part of the earth that is not water.
All the words used by a group of people, and grammar; people who speak the same ___ can understand each other people speaking different ___s cannot understand each other.
Big of great size broad, tall, wide, long, or fat.
Something is ___ in a row or in time if there are other things before it but no more things after it.
An event is ___ if it happens after a specified time.
___s are the official rules of a government or organisation.
When you ___ something, you place it down flat.
When you ___ something, that means that you are starting to know things that you didn't know before.
When you ___ a place, you go away from it.
One of the two directions, the opposite of right; this arrow is pointing ___: ?
Part of the body from the thigh down.
A smaller amount or degree.
When you ___ someone do something, you allow them to do it.
A symbol which makes up part of a word.
Even, flat, straight, smooth, horizontal; having all parts equally as high as all other parts.
If you ___ down, your head and whole body are at the same level; you ___ down when you want to rest or sleep.
___ is what makes a plant or animal grow.
The energy that our eyes sense is ___.
Similar or the same.
If something is ___, it is probably true or will probably happen.
The ___ is the edge of how far something can go; it can go up to the ___ but no farther.
A mark that is long, straight and very thin.
, if you ___ two or more things, you make a connection between them.
A ___ is a group of related words, often in some order, often to help you remember something.
If you ___ to something, you try to hear and understand it.
To be alive to have life.
A ___ is something carried, often something heavy.
Something is ___ if it comes from a specific place; it often it means a place near the person who is speaking.
A ___ is a metal thing on a door that stops people from opening the door unless they have the right key to open it.
If something is ___, it has a large distance from end to end, or it takes much time.
Someone ___s at something when they move their head or move their eyes so that they can see the thing.
The ___ is a judeo-christian title for their god.
A ___ of something is a large amount of it.
When someone ___s another person, they feel good about the person and want the person to be happy.
If cost, value, amount, sound, temperature, etc is ___, it is small.
Someone who has good ___ is someone who regularly has good things happen to them, almost as if by magic.
___ is the meal that we eat in the middle of the day.
A ___ is a man-made object with moving parts.
If you ___ something, you create it.
A male or masculine human.
If you ___ something, you organise and control it.
A ___ is a place where many people come to buy and sell things.
When two people ___ they become husband and wife that is, they become married; in many counties this is a legal agreement; in some cultures ___ing is a part of the religion; ___ing is often done with a wedding.
A ___ is a game of football, tennis, etc.
A ___ is something that you can talk about or do something about--a topic or a situation.
If you say that ___ something will happen or that ___ it is true, you mean there is a chance of those things.
A word ___s something when the word expresses the same idea as the other something.
The ___ of something is the idea or message that it has.
When you ___ someone, you get together with them.
If you ___ something, you say it or talk about it, but only very briefly.
The place that is between two things the place that is halfway between two ends of something.
The power, strength, force or influence of a person or group.
A ___ is a measurement of distance; it is equal to 1.609 km.
Someone's ___ is the part of them that thinks.
A ___ is a politician who is in charge of a part of the government.
You use x ___ y to show that y is taken away from x.
A ___ is a short time equal to sixty seconds; there are sixty ___s in one hour.
If you ___ something, you don't hit it.
You use the word ___ before a man's name, usually the last name or the full name.
A ___ is a very short time; it is not an exact measurement.
___ is the coins or notes that are used to pay for things.
A measure of time, approximately equal to the time taken for the moon to circle the earth.
The time of day when people wake up to have breakfast and go to work or school; in most cases, it is also the time of sunrise.
The majority of much of.
A ___ is the woman who is one of a person or animal's parents.
A ___ is a movement, often not a big movement.
If you ___, you go from one place to another.
A lot of a large amount of a high degree.
Sounds, played on ___al instruments or sung with a certain rhythm and harmony, and forming melodies.
___ is usually used to tell someone they have no choice about doing something because it is important or because of a rule or law.
The outdoors or outside.
With a small distance between close.
Something is ___ if people need it; it must happen or there will be a big problem.
Not old recent.
___ is information about things that happened a short time ago, especially on the radio, tv or in ___papers.
The ___ thing is the one after this one.
If something is ___, it's good and people probably like it.
Used to disagree or refuse.
___ or ___- means the same as not, but makes not part of the word it changes; when you add ___- to a word it makes that word mean the opposite.
___ is the direction towards the top of the earth, opposite to south if you are looking ___, the sun sets on your left.
___ makes the verb of a sentence have the opposite meaning.
A ___ is a single sound in music.
If you ___ something, you become aware of it.
A symbol that that is used to describe quantity a numeral.
If something is ___, it is easy to see it, think of it, or understand it.
An ___ is a particular time.
Away from somewhere or some time.
An ___ is when you say you will do something or give something.
An ___ is a room or building where people sit at desks and work.
When something happens ___, that means that it happens many times and frequently.
You use the word ___ to show that you agree with something.
If someone or something is ___, they are not young they have been existence for a long time.
Positioned at the upper surface of, touching from above.
The number 1.
No more than no other than just.
If you ___ a machine, you control it.
An ___ is a time, place, or situation in which something can happen.
If you ___ something, you try to stop it or fight against it.
A word used to link two alternative choices.
You use the word ___ to connect two clauses where the second clause shows the bad thing that would happen if the first clause doesn't happen.
If you ___ to do something, doing it is better than not doing it.
Something that is ___ is not in.
In a location above something.
If something is your ___ it belongs to you or is about you.
When you ___ something, you put it in a container to carry with you.
A ___ is one side of a sheet of paper in a book, newspaper, etc.
A ___ is two things that go together.
A material for writing and drawing on made from wood pulp.
A ___ is one or more sentences that are written together with no line breaks separating them; usually they are connected by a single idea.
You use the word ___ to show that you didn't hear or understand someone.
The ___s of a person or animal are its father and mother.
A ___ of something is one piece of it or a small amount of it.
A ___ thing is the one that you mean and not any other.
A ___ is when people get together for fun or to celebrate something like a birthday.
If you ___ something, it was ahead of you and you move so that it is now behind you.
A time before now.
If you ___, you give money for something.
A ___ is money paid regularly by a government or company to someone who has stopped working, usually because of age or illness.
For each during each.
You use the word ___ show the number of parts out of a hundred; the symbol for ___ is %.
Having everything needed; complete.
If you say that ___ something will happen or that ___ it is true, you mean it may happen or be true.
A ___ is a length of time.
A picture created by a camera digitally or on film.
When you ___ something, you choose it.
A ___ is marks on a flat object, like paper, that show shapes, people, or things.
A ___ is a point in space: a town, building, room, or even somewhere on a desk.
A ___ is a clear idea of what you will do, often for a particular goal.
To do things for amusement.
We say "___" when we want to ask someone politely to do something.
A ___ is a position with no size, or a small dot.
The ___ are the official people who stop criminals and help people.
A ___ is an official rule or idea that explain how to act in certain situations.
Actions or words that are ___ are carefully chosen not to upset people.
Without money not rich.
The ___ of something is the place where the thing is.
If something is ___, it is good, happy, or wanted.
Able to be done doable not impossible.
___ is the letters and parcels that you send to other people.
A ___ is a unit of currency used in britain.
Strength, energy, force, control; a quality that can make things happen.
If you ___ something, you do it again and again to improve your ability.
When we ___ something, we get it ready.
A ___ is a gift something that someone gives to someone else.
The ___ are the people and organisations that report the news.
Force applied over an area.
If you ___ something, you believe that it is true without evidence.
If something is ___, people like to look at it.
If something happend at a ___ time, it happened before a particular time.
The amount of money you need to pay to buy something.
If you ___ a picture, book, newspaper, etc, you make a copy of it on paper with a machine using ink or toner.
Secret for only one person or for only a small number of people to see or know.
If something is ___, there is a high chance of it happening, being true, or existing.
A ___ is something that is difficult to do, understand, or believe.
When you ___, you go forward with something.
A ___ is a series of steps that you take for a particular purpose.
Someone or something ___s something when they make it or create it or make it come out.
An item that can be bought.
A ___ is a complex job or assignment, often involving research or construction.
Offer or put forward for consideration; suggest.
If you ___ something or someone, you keep it safe you stop it from being harmed.
When you ___ something, you make it available.
Something is ___ if it is about or for all the people.
Someone ___s something when they use their hands to move the thing closer to themselves.
A ___ is reason for doing something or for existing.
If you ___ something, you touch it with a force away from your body.
When you ___ a thing someplace, you move a thing to a place.
A way of being very good the way something or someone is..
Something someone says to have someone else say an answer.
Using very little time moving far in little time.
A ___ is one pound in british money.
Not loud making no sound or making very little sound.
A ___ is piece of electronic equipment that sends or receives signals though the air and plays voice, music, or other sounds.
A long, thin piece of metal.
If you ___ something you make it higher that is you move it up.
A ___ of x is a number of different kinds of xs.
If something is ___ large, different, difficult, etc, it is quite that way.
Someone is ___ing when they are looking at a book or other writing and understanding what it says.
A thing that is true is ___.
If you ___ something, you become aware of it.
When something is ___ a certain way, its very or very much that way.
A ___ to do something is why you do it, or the cause of something.
When you ___ something, you get something that was sent or given to you.
Something that is ___ has happened a short while ago.
If you ___ something, you think or believe it.
If you ___ something, you realize what it is.
If you ___ something, you tell somebody that it is good or that they should try it.
A ___ is something in writing to tell what happened.
One of the colors people can see:.
If something is ___d, it has been brought down or made smaller.
If you have ___ for something, you respect it.
A ___ is an area of land or of the body.
A ___ is the way two things are towards each other or in comparison with each other.
If you ___ something that you did or knew before, you can think of it again.
A ___ is a description of something that has happened.
To stand in the place of to act the part of.
If you ___ something, you need it.
___ is the process or result of trying to find an answer by reading, interviewing, watching, or doing experiments.
A ___ is something that is available and useful.
When someone ___s another person that means they think the other person is very smart, responsible, strong or other good qualities.
If you are ___ for something, you did it or it happened because of something that you did.
A pause or break.
The solution of a mathematical equation.
When you ___ something, you give/put it back.
When you ___ a thing, you free it of something not wanted.
When you ___, you get up from where you are sitting or lying down.
A long and narrow piece of land between two places; usually, cars drive on it, and it is often paved.
The ___ of a person or thing is the job that they do in a certain situation.
To ___ is to move by turning over many times; round things like balls can ___.
If x is ___ y, y is in the middle and x is on all sides.
A ___ is a statement that tells whether something is right or wrong.
To go quickly, with both feet off the ground at one time.
Secure or not in danger.
Equal; two things are the ___ if the two things have one size, and one shape, and one color, etc.
To keep for oneself, to not give or toss away.
When you ___ something, you share it in words.
A ___ is a plan, often a bad or dishonest one.
A place where people are taught to learn a skill, such as writing, science or reading.
The study of finding how things work; some kinds of ___ are mathematics, biology, physics and chemistry.
The numbers used to tell who is winning in a sport or game.
A place to sit.
The ___ thing is the one that is number two in order.
Employee in an office, usu working for another person, dealing with letters, typing, filing, etc and making appointments and arrangements.
A ___ of a thing or place is a part of it.
When something is ___, it is firmly held in place and probably will not fall.
You ___ something when you look at it with your eyes.
The way something ___s to be is the way you think it is when you look at it, hear about it, think about it, etc.
Your ___ is the type of person you are, particularly the way you usually act, look or feel.
When you ___ something to someone, you give something to someone and the person will give you money for it.
To ___ something is to make the thing go somewhere without the person; a person ___s a letter by putting it in a mailbox; a person can ___ another person somewhere by telling the person to go there alone.
The ___ of a word or sentence is the meaning: what it says.
Being ___ means that a piece of an object is not connected to or attached to the rest of the object.
When you ___ food or drink, you give it to somebody to eat or drink, especially as a host.
That which is produced, then traded, bought or sold, then finally consumed and consists of an action or work.
If you ___ something somewhere, you put something into a place.
If you ___ a fight, argument, case, etc, you find an answer that stops it.
The number 7.
___ is an act done by a male and a female or with just two men or women.
___ is usually used to make a suggestion about your own actions.
When you ___ something, you let another person use it.
Used to refer to a female person without identifying or describing her the person is normally identified or described earlier in the text.
Two ___s are two things that someone wears on their feet; ___s have a hard, flat bottom.
When you ___, you use a weapon to throw something at a very fast speed at someone or something.
A place which sells things.
If something is ___ then there is a small distance from the bottom to the top; the opposite is tall.
___ is usually used to say that it is a good idea to do something.
When you ___ something, you make it easy for people to see it.
When someone moves a door so that people can't go through it, the person is ___ting the door; when someone puts their lips together so that no air or food can go in or out of their mouth, the person is ___ting their mouth.
If a person, animal, or plant is ___, it has a disease and is not healthy.
A straight edge of an object.
A flat thing with a few words or pictures on it to tell people something.
If two things are ___, they are almost the same, or the same in many, but not all, ways.
A ___ task is easy to do and easy to understand.
If you ___ you use your voice to produce music.
A ___ thing is the only one.
You use the word ___ to speak or write to a man formally to be polite.
Your ___ is the daughter of your mother and father.
When you ___, your body is not standing, but is in a position so that your bottom is on something.
A ___ is a location or a place.
If something is ___d somewhere, it is there.
___ is the number that is after five and before seven; in numerals, it is 6.
How big or small a thing is.
What people do when they rest quietly with eyes shut, usually in bed for many hours at night.
A ___ increase, difference, etc is small and not important.
Something is ___ if it takes a long time to move; it is not fast.
___ means little, not big; the number of inches or centimetres from one end of it to the other end is not many.
How much very much.
A ___ is a large number of people and the way they live, talking together, working with each other and making rules and ways to live; a ___ can be a town, country or more than one country together, with many people living the same ways.
___ is an amount or number of ___thing the amount is not exact or specific.
A male child of someone.
Something that happens ___ happens shortly after another time, often shortly after the time of speaking.
You say "i'm ___" when you have done something wrong and you feel bad.
To ___ is to divide one group of things into smaller groups of things, so that the things in one smaller group are the same as each other in some way.
Any noise something that can be heard by the ears.
The direction opposite to north; for a person looking at the setting sun, the ___ is on their left hand.
___ is area or room with nothing in it or that can be used.
If something is ___, it is not usual it is different or important in some way.
When you ___, you move or do something very fast.
To make up a word.
When you ___ money, you give the money to buy something.
A form with 4 equal sides and 4 equal angles.
The employees of a company.
A high floor where some people act while many other people watch.
When you ___, your body is at rest and supported only by your feet.
If something is ___, it is typical or usual.
The beginning of something in place or time.
A ___ is a condition or a situation.
A ___ is a place where many trains or buses stop and people buy tickets and get on.
When you ___, you move one foot.
A piece of wood.
Now like in the past.
To come to the end of the time when one is doing something to start doing a different thing or to start doing nothing; to ___ moving is to start resting still in one place.
A ___ is a piece of text that tells someone who reads it about a real or fictional event.
A ___ is a planned way to do something.
A road in a city with buildings on the sides and places where people can walk.
When you hit something, you ___ it.
Having big muscles physically powerful.
The ___ of something is the way that it is put together.
A ___ is a formal effort to learn about something, usually with a written report at the end.
___ is what makes up something the things that it is made from.
If something or someone is ___, it shows a lack of clear thought.
In english grammar, the ___ of a sentence is usually a noun that comes before the verb; this noun is usually the thing that is doing the action, and it is usually the topic of the sentence.
If something ___s, it has happens the way somebody wants it to happen.
___ a thing is that same kind of thing that was mentioned before.
If a person says an option, he or she is ___ing.
A ___ is a set of clothes that includes coat or and pants or dress.
The part of the year when the weather is hot.
A ___ is an amount of something that you can use when you need it.
To keep something up to be a base for something.
When you ___ something, you guess that it is true.
When you are ___ about something, you are certain.
To do something that another person didn't think you were going to do.
If you ___ something, you change it to something else.
A raised flat surface.
If you ___ an action, you do it.
To speak any sound from a person's mouth.
Money taken by a government.
___ is a light brown or green drink that is very popular around the world.
To help someone learn something; to tell someone how to do something.
A ___ is a group of people who play or work together on the same side.
A machine used to talk to someone who is far away.
A ___ is a box that moving pictures can be watched on.
When you ___ something to someone, you speak to the person about some fact or idea.
If something ___s to be true, it is often or usually true.
A ___ is a word or group of words, usually one with a special meaning in a particular field or area.
If something is ___, it's very bad.
A ___ is writing that many learners do in a room at the same time so that people are able to see how much knowledge the learners have.
Used to compare two things that are not equal.
To say a good word after someone gives something to you or after someone does something good for you.
Used, instead of a, to reference something specific, already known to exist.
At that time not now.
You use the word ___ to say that something exists.
If you ___ something, you feel that it is or may be true.
___ is the number that is after twelve and before fourteen; in numerals, it is 13.
The number 30.
You use the word ___ to show which thing or idea you are talking about; you use it when the thing or idea is close to you.
Another word for you ___ is an old word, and people do not use it much anymore; often when ___ is used it is with other old words.
When you use "___ x, y" or "y ___ x", y is surprising, contrasting, or unimportant.
The number 1,000.
The number 3.
To go ___ is to go into a hole and come out the other side.
When you ___ an object, you make it fly through the air using your hands.
If you ___ something, you attach it using string or rope.
___ is what we measure with a clock.
___ is used ___ introduce infinitive verb phrases.
___ is this day, the day that is happening now, the day between yesterday and tomorrow.
Near close in the same place not far in a family or group.
___ is day after today.
___ is the night that comes between today and tomorrow.
If you say i am ___ tall, i am taller than i should be.
The highest part of something the upper part the part people can put things on.
If you ___ something, you feel it with your hand.
Facing or moving in the direction of something.
A small city.
When two people ___, one gives something to the other and the other gives something to the first one; they make an exchange; sometimes money is one of the things.
___ is the things that move along a path, especially cars on a road.
A long vehicle with many cars that are joined together; a ___ runs on a track.
If you ___ someone in a certain way, you act that way towards them.
A ___ is a tall plant of wood.
Difficult or bad things happening problems.
When you ___ someone, you do not doubt them; you believe that someone is honest and will not cause harm; you believe you can rely on them.
If you ___ to do something, you make effort to do it.
To face a different direction.
___ is the number that is after eleven and before thirteen; in numerals, it is 12.
The number 20.
The number 2; ___ means more than one and less than three.
A ___ is one thing or a group of things that are all members of a larger group because of some similarity.
In the same place as another thing, but lower.
If two or more things ___, they come together to form a bigger group.
If you say that x is true ___ y, x is true only if y does not happen or is not true.
If something is true ___ x, it is true for some time before x and then is not true.
Toward the top or toward the sky.
Make ___ of apply.
Something that is ___ happens often.
How good a thing is how much money someone will exchange a thing for an amount of money.
Much quite; using ___ makes the adjective or adverb stronger.
The act of seeing.
A ___ is a very small town.
When you ___ someone, you meet him or her.
A ___ is a formal way of choosing things that are controlled by the majority.
___s is the money a person is paid for doing their job.
If you ___ for someone or something, you do something until something else happens.
One side of a house a high, flat part of a building.
If you ___ to do something, you think you would be happier if you did it.
If something is ___, it is a nice temperature between cool and hot.
To clean with water.
To use something for no reason, or for bad reasons or only little reasons, and after it is used no one can use it again.
A ___ is a little clock on a person's arm near the person's hand, to measure time.
A bottle or glass full of the liquid we call ___.
A ___ is how someone does something.
The person speaking and other people with him or her.
When you ___ something, you put it on your body and cover your body with it.
A ___ bit, boy, while etc is a very small one.
A ___ is a period of time that lasts seven days.
When you ___ something, you find out its ___t.
You say ___ as a greeting when someone arrives.
In a good way.
The direction that the sun sets from north, 90Âº to the left.
___ is used to ask for information about things.
At which time.
You use the word ___ to ask for the place that something is located.
___ is used to report questions and things that are unknown.
You use the word ___ to ask for the selection of one or more members of some set.
If x happens ___ y happens, they happen at the same time.
One of the colors people can see:.
___ is used to describe every part of an object.
Used to ask the reason for something.
A ___ thing is long from one side to the other side.
A married woman.
___ is usually used to say that you strongly expect something to happen in the future.
You ___ when you do better than other people.
___ is the moving air.
When you ___ for something, you want it and hope for it you want it to happen.
This is used to show the other people or things present when something happened.
Before the time ends.
Used to say that you don't have something or that something isn't in a place.
A female or feminine human.
If you ___ about something, you think about it because you want to know more about it.
Your ___ is your job.
To have many thoughts, with some fear, but not good thoughts; to use much time with thoughts about something but no decisions about it and no actions about it.
If x is ___ y, x has the value of y, usually in money.
If you ___ a book, an article, a computer program, a piece of music, etc, you create it.
Not right, incorrect; not true; bad.
A measure of the time taken for the earth to circle the sun - any 12 month period.
A word that is used to agree or accept.
___ is the day before today.
When something hasn't happened ___, it didn't happen but it might happen in the future.
Used instead of the name of the person being spoken to it is a second-person pronoun.
To be ___ is to be in early growth or life.
If something is ___, it is real, not imagined or make made up.
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