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(Adjective. ) The ______________ majority of people are friendly and good. There's a ______________ difference between them and my neighbour.
(Adjective. ) These computers are in ______________ use Yes. It's a ______________ challenge to find one to use.
(Adjective. ) Don't worry. This is just a ______________ injury. It may only be of ______________ significance, but do take care of it.
(Noun. ) We are collecting money to buy them a ______________. Don't you think they'll be surprised to receive a ______________ from us?
(Noun. ) I am of average ______________, but my brother is pretty tall. When your ______________ is average, it's easier to find clothes.
(Noun. ) They issued a winter storm ______________ this afternoon. Does that ______________ mean they expect a storm soon?
(Adjective. ) This is an ______________ place to raise children, isn't it. I agree it's a good place, but I'm not sure about it being ______________.
(Adjective. ) You did well. Are you ______________ with yourself? I'm ______________ with my results.
(Noun. ) Now I don't have enough money to cover my ______________s. Buying a car was a big ______________, wasn't it?
(Adjective. ) That patient has a ______________ disease. She is in ______________ pain as well, isn't she?
(Noun. ) Are you planning to become a ______________? Of course not. I want to stay a ______________ of my country.
(Noun. ) His father is a ______________ in the army Doesn't a ______________ have great responsibility?
(Noun. ) Do you understand the ______________ of this change? By ______________, do you mean the importance of the change?
(Noun. ) My ______________ isn't so good. I can't see the board. Why don't you get some glasses. Good ______________ is essential.
(Verb. ) I'm planning to ______________ from school. Don't ______________. You can catch up. You can succeed.
(Adjective. ) I was ______________ when my parents arrived yesterday. I'm sure you were ______________ if they came without warning.
(Adjective. ) This weather is ______________. It is too cold and wet. It's not so ______________. You can used to anything if you try.
(Verb. ) How did he ______________ his leg? Probably he ______________ his leg playing football.
(Verb. ) They say it's best to ______________ before exercising. If you don't ______________, you may injure something.
(Noun. ) The ______________ escaped last night from the prison. I wonder if they will catch the ______________.
(Noun. ) How many ______________s did she break in the accident? She broke one ______________ in her leg and two in her arm.
(Noun. ) I'm glad I don't have to pay their ______________ bill. It's high. What ______________ do they use? Do they burn natural gas or oil?
(Noun. ) Have you ever visited a ______________? I've seen a ______________ from the outside but never gone in one.
(Noun. ) What do you do for a ______________? Do you mean how do I earn my ______________ in my country?
(Noun. ) I want to learn to drive. Can you give me ______________s? I think you should get ______________s from a professional.
(Verb. ) Do you think I can ______________ my computer? I don't know if you can ______________ it. You might have to replace it.
(Verb. ) Would you ______________ places with me? I'd be happy to do that. We can ______________ partners too.
(Adverb.. ) Our economy is growing ______________. That's good because the population is increasing ______________ too.
(Adverb.. ) My scores are ______________ better, but still not great. Even if they've improved only ______________, that's progress.
(Adverb.. ) We ______________ recommend that you study full-time. Unfortunatley, my husband is ______________ opposed to that idea.
(Adjective. ) I'm sorry you've been so ______________. Please tell me what I've missed by being ______________.
(Noun. ) As a result of ______________ ill, I've missed a lot of class Well, we are all human ______________s who get sick.
(Noun. ) We'll come to a ______________ arrangement with you. Most ______________ people have the same concerns these days.
(Verb. ) Who are you going to ______________ for president? I don't know who I am going to ______________ in the election.
(Noun. ) What is the desired ______________ of the negotiations? To stop the violence would be a good ______________.
(Verb. ) How will you ______________ your decision to change plans? I can ______________ my actions by pointing to the lower cost.
(Verb. ) I hear someone ______________ing at the door. That's just the wind ______________ing a branch against the wall.
(Noun. ) To make a ______________, I need more information When you make ______________, you analyze, not describe
(Noun. ) Our law is based on the ______________ that everyone is equal. Isn't it possible to challenge that ______________?
(Noun. ) A ______________ is a person who represents you in court, right? Yes, but the job of ______________ has different names in different countries.
(Noun. ) You can hang that on this ______________, if its not too heavy. I'm not sure this ______________ can support the weight.
(Noun. ) A rise in unemployment is a ______________ of economic trouble. It's a clear ______________ that the government should act.
(Noun. ) How can they manage everyone's ______________s? In many cases, they'll have to lower their ______________s.
(Noun. ) How has your ______________ changed since you came here? I'm finding it difficult to stick to a healthy ______________.
(proNoun. ) I think you took that book in error. It's ______________. Then, I have to figure out what I did with ______________.
(Adjective. ) Are you thinking of buying a ______________ car? It's hard to assess the quality of a ______________ car, isn't it?
(Noun. ) Now that he has left, there is a ______________ in the team. We can fill the ______________ by asking his friend to play.
(Verb. ) At first I didn't like it, but now I ______________ being here. At some point, you learn to ______________ the differences.
(Verb. ) My city is ______________ed by mountains. And the ocean ______________s my city. I live on an island.
(Adjective. ) Even though I'm much better, I still feel ______________. I can tell. Your voice sounds a bit ______________.
(Verb. ) The new college will _________ a large area of land. Buildings ______________ only a small part of the total area.
(Adjective. ) The foundation says it wants to do ______________ good. How can anything be ______________?
(Adverb.. ) The paper was ______________ due today, but that changed. Good. Now I have time to write what I ______________ intended.
(Noun. ) What is the most common ______________ students make? Because of different expectations, their ______________s vary.
(Noun. ) What is the ______________ of the problem? Do you mean the part not seen, like the ______________ of a tree?
(proNoun. ) Why don't we visit and see for ______________ what's there? That way, we can find out for ______________ if it's a good place.
(Adjective. ) I have an ______________ feeling about that man. He is an ______________ character, really.
(Noun. ) How did the ______________s on your flight behave? Most ______________s stayed calm during the emergency.
(Noun. ) What caused an emergency on the ______________? One of the ______________'s engines caught on fire.
(Verb. ) He can really ______________ a ball, can't he? He sure can. He is a good player who ______________s the ball far.
(Noun. ) You are living with a ______________ family, aren't you? Yes, and the man, my ______________ father, helps me a lot.
(Adjective. ) Their views are very ______________. Older people tend to think in a ______________ way
(Noun. ) In a plane, you can fly above the ______________s. Today there isn't a ______________ in the sky.
(Adverb.. ) Please stand ______________ and let them pass. They can get through if we stand ______________ the door.
(Noun. ) In my country, I live near the ______________. You must miss the ______________. There's not one near here.
(Noun. ) A lot of ______________ is expected tomorrow. Good. I have never seen ______________.
(Noun. ) Do you like that picture ______________? I think it is too big for the picture.
(Noun. ) What is the state ______________'s job? The ______________ is the top job in the state government
(Adjective. ) Is that ring ______________ gold? No. ______________ gold is too soft for a ring.
(Adjective. ) Was the film ______________? The action was ______________, but the film was too long.
(Adjective. ) Did you know that you can buy an ______________ car now? I'll go take a look at one. An ______________ car sounds great.
(Verb. ) You should ______________ from three sources in your paper When I ______________ something, do I copy the words exactly?
(Noun. ) Why is he the guest of _________? He's a great man. It's an ________ to eat dinner with him.
(Noun. ) What did he mean by that ______________? Are you asking what he was trying to say?
(Adjective. ) What a ______________ idea! Why do you think hat? There is some sense to it. It's not totally ______________
(Noun. ) How many new uses can you think of for ______________? ______________ is found in everything from food to medical devices.
(Noun. ) I experienced culture ______________ when I first came here. So many things can come as a ______________.
(Adjective. ) What are the ______________ factors in anyone's success? Being open to new experiences plays a ______________ role.
(Noun. ) Let's go out and sit on the ______________. Currently, it's too cold to have class on the ______________.
(Adjective. ) That official is part of the president's ______________ circle. By ______________, do you mean the official is close to the president?
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