VE 105 Quiz 1: 920-989
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noun. I live on a small ____ near the east coast of my country. Do people on your ____ eat a lot of fish?
noun. Our ____ affects how we write, doesn't it? That's because ____al traditions affect how we think.
determiner/pronoun. I have ____ time to study these days. I wish I also had ____ to study.
adjective.These days, how many things can be ____ ? There are ____ fields, ____ people, and ____ politics
adjective.This book is really ____ . It is helping me a lot I'm glad you find it ____ .
verb/adjective. You know, most students ____ on their parents for money Maybe. Some are not ____ ent on their parents
noun. Let's go to a ____ tonight. I don't drink, so I'd prefer to do something else.
noun. We are going to have a ____ tomorrow. I don't like ____ , because not everyone can win.
noun. To what ____ can I trust this source of information? To some ____ , it's true.
noun. We took a vote and the ____ of the class wants a debate. If the ____ wants a debate, let's do one.
verb. What will learning English ____ you to do? -- It will ____ me to find a better job.
noun. We are having a guest ____ today. --Can we ask the ____ questions?
verb. Please ____ your work. --What kind of mistakes should I ____ for?
verb/adjective. What do I have to do to ____ this answer? --You have to write a ____ sentence.
verb/noun. This office is locked. How do I ____ it? -Only the manager has ____ right now. She has the key.
noun. What a beautiful ____ ! --Do you mean a person or something in the night sky?
noun. Can I share your ____ today? I left my book at home. --No problem. But what page are we on in the ____ ?
noun/verb. There is a lot of ____ on that computer. --I suppose we should ____ it off.
noun. I just found a ____ on the floor. --What are you going to do with that ____ bill?
noun. What is wrong with your ____ ? --I tried to carry too much in my bag. I hurt my ____ .
noun. That ____ looks too heavy to carry. I can carry this ____ but I can't carry it very far
verb. You always make me ____ When you laugh, I hope that means you like my story.
adverb.I am going to stay at home ____ . What about you? I stay home all the time. ____ I am going out to a party.
verb/noun.I can't ____ this door. My key doesn't work. Are you sure that key fits the ____ ?
noun. Don't tell anyone. It's a se____ ret. You can trust me. I'll keep your ____
adjective. There is ____ support for the new law. Is it really ____ support or just silence from the opposition?
noun. It's really raining. We need to find ____ . Where? We aren't near any ____ , not even a tree.
adverb. I get lost ____ when I drive. You can ____ stop and ask for directions.
noun. It is too much ____ to do that. You'll get into ____ if you don't do it.
adjective. Do you think it is ____ to analyze our errors? Yes. Doing that is an ____ way to learn from mistakes.
Adjective. ____ values are changing. --Can you give an example of these ____ values?
Adjective. ____ culture is different from Eastern culture, I think. --In what way is the ____ world different?
Noun. Be sure to make your ____ on time. --Will they charge me extra for a late ____ ?
Adverb... This is the ____ time I've asked you that question. --I didn't understand. Please give me a ____ chance to answer.
Adjective. I like to be ____ . I don't like to depend on others. --Being ____ is a modern cultural value, I think.
Noun. Does this school have an exercise ____ ? --There is a good one down the hall.
Noun. I didn't understand the historical ____ you made. --It was the name of a war. Write it down for further ____ .
Noun. We are going to do a ____ tomorrow. --What kind of ____ questions can we ask?
Noun. Pay attention to the ____ of a word. --How do you examine the ____ ?
Adjective. When my car hit a ____ hole in the road, something broke. --You are in ____ trouble!
Verb. I want to ____ my stay. What do I do? --Ask in the office how to ____ your visit. I don't know.
Noun. How many people are there on the ____ ? --I don't know, but I wonder how many people can live on ____ .
Noun. What is the ____ of tomorrow's holiday? --Some people attach great ____ to it, but others don't.
Noun. Did you read the ____ ? --I did, but I didn't understand the entire ____ , only parts of it.
Noun. Can you move that ____ over here? --Sure. Do you want me to move any other ____ s?
Noun. In a museum, you can see ____ s from long ago. --What kind of ____ s are on display?
Adjective. Do find this article ____ ? I do. --It's not ____ to me. I don't understand most of it.
Adjective. How did you become ____ in the negotiation? --I got ____ when they asked for my advice.
Noun. Is there a ____ I could make up this test tomorrow? --Sorry. There's no ____ of doing that.
Noun. Studying here is a ____ to a goal. --In other words, "____ " are the way that I achieve my result.
Noun. I found this ____ on the floor. --What kind of card is it? Is it a credit ____ ?
Verb. Did you ____ the student sleeping in the hall? --I saw someone on the floor and I ____ ed he was sleeping.
Adjective. The business lost a ____ amount of money. --Now, the president is in ____ trouble!
Noun. Did you visit an ____ to find out about this school? --I didn't use an ____ . A friend told me about it.
Verb. If any problems ____ , give me a call. --Thanks. If the need ____ s, I'll call.
Noun. We are in the ____ stage of this project. --By "____ " do you mean we will decide what to do when?
Noun. There is a ____ of small books you can borrow. --Where do they keep that ____ ?
Noun. How has modern ____ technology changed things? --Now, ____ is much easier and much faster.
Noun. There are many animal ____ . --Some ____ are disappearing, aren't they?
Adjective. Make a ____ turn at the next corner. --I can't turn ____ there. It's a one-way street.
Verb. Can this table ____ through this door? --I don't think it will ____ . The table is too wide for the door.
Adjective. Can you describe his ____ appearance? --By ____ , do you mean hair color and things like that?
Noun. I haven't seen your ____ lately. Where is she? --She went back home to take care of our father. He is sick.
Noun./Verb. After the storm, gas, food and water are in short ____ . --The government has to ____ all that immediately.
Verb. Can you ____ this cut? --I don't like how it looks. You need to have a doctor ____ it. It looks bad.
Verb. How would you ____ this word? --You want me to tell you what "____ " means?
Noun. Don't lose this ____ . It costs a lot to replace. --How can this ____ , just a piece of paper, have value?
Adjective. Were you ____ for the car accident? --No. I wasn't ____ . The other car stopped suddenly.
Adjective. Today is such a ____ day! --Why is it that when it is so ____ outside, it's so cold inside?
Noun. I am making a ____ change. --What did you used to do and what ____ do you want now?
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