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1000 trios for CPE 1
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1. He was afraid that his revolutionary proposals would meet with strong opposition from hardliners.
2. The Chinese factories were operating non stop churning out shoes to meet the
demand in Europe and the US.
3. With only 200 dollars a month, the family struggled to make ends meet.
1. The birds build their nests in early September and begin to lay their eggs
two weeks later, always being on the lookout for predators.
2. The press speculated whether the new telecommunications company was going to lay
mm. cables on the seabed to improve the existing system.
3. One of my responsibilities at home is to lay the table in the evening.
It's irritating that they do nothing but spread lies about our family. The whole village is about to believe their incredible stories.
2. Don't allow the educational system to restrict your thinking abilities. I urge you to spread your wings and do things your way.
3. He opened the jar, took out some jam with his knife and spread it evenly on the warm toast.
1. Marijuana is not regarded as a hard drug. That's why some countries are thinking of letting people use it, at least for medical purposes.
2. It's to believe that there are no good people out there. I'm sure you can find some good-natured individuals in this area.
3. I'm trying to spare you learning things the way. Follow my advice and
you don't need to make mistakes.
1. The latest review in The New York Times was not favourable. He felt the morac was underrated.
2. At the end of your first year at work we will review your salary and give you a company car.
3. The reclusive dictator showed up at a military parade to review his troops and show his defiant opponents he was still in power.
Blankets and shelters were in short supply in the aftermath of the disar:
2. Nobody in this business knew his real name. He was called Bill for short
3. She reacted angrily when her name hadn't been included on the short list in the job.
1. Though the movie was widely promoted across the country, the sales were a disappointment for the studio.
2. For a woman to get promoted 'in the business world seems to be a tall order \v
predominantly male environment.
3. This web site was shut down soon after the Internet provider realized it promoted extreme views inciting violence.
1. Holmes immediately spotted two bite marks on the neck of the victim which
he thought might have been left by a snake of some kind.
2. Don't bite the hand that feeds you. It was me who got you promoted and now, Ron, you're plotting behind my back. Shame on you!
3. 'Fred, can I have some of your apple?' 'Sure. Have a bite '
I'm absolutely positive the horse will win the race. There's no doubt about it.
2. It came as a shock to her husband when she tested positive for a sexually transmitted disease.
3. The guru stresses the power of positive thinking in his lectures, saying it helps to overcome problems and reduce strain.
1. Finally, they have decided to file a civil suit against the corporation. The first hearing is due next week.
2. White doesn't suit me. I prefer dark colours like brown and black.
3. If you asked me to arrive at 7, it would suit me fine.
1. The latest evidence doesn't support the initial assumptions. We need to change the way we've thought about the process.
2. I'm really grateful to you for your affection and support . I received throughout the recovery.
3. Chris had to work hard as he had a wife and three children to support
1. The dish , though not especially sophisticated, smelled so great that it made his mouth water.
2. 'Which is his window?' 'Look over there. It's the one with a satellite dish attached to the wall'
3. A couple of volunteers turned up at the centre ready to out food to dish the needy.
Each time he grinned showing the girl his false teeth, she became more and more convinced that she didn't want to spend her days looking after an octogenarian.
2. She bought herself a dog which gave her a false sense of security. It was
small and couldn't bark loudly.
3. One false move and you'll be pushing up the daises. So stay where you are.
1. It was one of the gang's members that blew the agent's cover as he'd seen
him in uniform before.
2. Feeling tired, Lind put away the book, blew out the candle and went to sleep.
3. Separatists blew up several bridges in the province sending a violent
message to the capital.
I didn't know about her problems. They never came to my notice.
2. The notice on the wall of the building said 'No entry'.
3. It is next to impossible to organize relief at such short notice We need some more time to make it work.
I'll never let you get away with it. You can be sure one day you'll answer for all your crooked ways.
2. Where are your manners? Don't answer me back, you rude boy.
3. Can you answer the door? I'm having a shower.
1. In small villages news travels fast. It is spread by word of mouth.
2. The refugee camp was built near the mouth of the river to make relief work more efficient.
3. The bad smell that was coming from his mouth put off all the girls in our class.
1. With the arrival of the storm, almost all the telephone lines went
dead which caused even more problems for the rescue teams.
2. They all agreed that the plan was a dead duck and chose to abandon it.
3. The patient was pronounced dead on arrival. The funeral was scheduled two days later.
The house on the outskirts of the town was in a sorry state It desperately needed renovating.
2. For years the two neighbouring countries were in a state of war.
3. Those who came to the airport were able to see a few heads of state coming out of the plane to the accompaniment of the orchestra.
When in the pub, Frank usually eyes up attractive girls sitting at the tables which makes his wife see red.
2. I'm sorry I'm so busy at the moment. I'm up to my eyes in work.
3. You've got to be very careful doing business with that Russian. He's a bit fishy. I advise you to have eyes in the back of your head.
1 Early results showed that Mike was the winner, but obviously, they had to wait for official confirmation.
2. I'm sure you know this adage: 'The early bird catches the worm'
3. In the early days, people used carts and horses to transport goods.
She looked scruffy in her tattered coat with a big dirty mark on the sleeve.
2. The town's anniversary was round the corner. To mark the occasion, the officials built a huge bridge spanning the two banks of the river.
3. You've forgotten to put an exclamation mark in this sentence. Such a mistake may cost you dearly in the exam.
1. Running on the treadmill is said to be the most effective exercise that will burn your calories like nothing else.
2. Once you've downloaded the songs, the copyright allows you to burn a maximum of 3 CDs for your own use.
3. Connie, poor? You must be joking. She's got money to burn Wait till you see her mansion.
1. I'll tell you something, Jane. Never trust men. They only offer empty promises which they don't keep.
2. Despite his achievements, the athlete strongly believed that his life was empty and devoid of any purpose whatsoever.
3. Did the customs officers really ask you to empty your pockets and show their contents?
1. It's true that the pay in the private sector is higher, but working for a governmental agency guarantees peace of mind.
2. Don't get me wrong, but I prefer keeping my professional and private life separate.
3. What you are going to hear in a moment is private and you are not to reveal this information to anyone.
It's easy. You have to cross out unnecessary words in some of the sentences.
2. The vehicle looked a bit strange at the show. It was a cross between a car and a motorcycle.
3. It didn't cross his mind that Louise was a spy working for the Israelis.
The villagers are worried that the river may burst its banks this year round. Last year vast areas of farmland were under water.
2. It was a surgical strike. When the missile hit the target the building burst into flames.
3. Suddenly, the door burst open and a group of masked men rushed into the bank.
It was fascinating to watch the bird in action. It was there, inside the hollow, waiting for its next prey.
2. The police said that burglars must have had inside information about the
security systems as they didn't set off the alarm.
3.1 know the town inside out. I've been living here all my life, my dear.
He saved thousands of Jews from the Holocaust when the country was under the Nazi rule, an act of extraordinary courage in those times.
2. Look at you! You're an adult, James act your age and nobody will ever tell you that you're irresponsible.
3. We have to act immediately to help this war-torn nation rebuild itself before it is too late.
Would you be so kind as to sign on the dotted line? I need to have your consent in black and white.
2. After much deliberation, the president decided to sign the new legislation into law.
3. It took Miriam only a few days to learn the rudiments of sign language to help the deaf.
1. He turned out to be an asset to the company, always keen to help his
colleagues when they felt overburdened with work.
2. Lisa has always shown a keen interest in martial arts. She's seen all the films with Bruce Lee and she wants to go to China to learn from Shaolin masters.
3.I must say I'm not that keen on going out with Luke. He's a bit too scruffy for my taste.
My father comes from the old school of thought that believed in moral values
2. When under water, the diver spotted a large school of herring swimming
3. All the children were ecstatic, knowing their school holidays were near.
With high interest rates, clients are not likely to borrow money from financial institutions.
2. He attended a few classes, but soon lost interest and started hanging round with fishy people from a local boxing club.
3. The daily features all kinds of topics of general interest to the public.
At university, Catharine was a model student. Needless to say, she passed all her exams with flying colours.
2. This new model of the car can reach 100 kph in just under 6 seconds.
3.I hate it when she tries to model herself on Britney Spears. She looks and sounds so unnatural.
The country prides itself on having the most national parks and game reserves in the world and has often been given as an example for others to follow.
2. Fiona gave the game away when she began giggling behind his back. This made him suspicious.
3. They were sitting in the armchairs hunching over the desk and playing a game of chess.
1. Before any major fight the champ trains in the gym every day for 4 hours without fail
2. You are too kind to me. I don't know what to say. Words fail me!
3.I fail to understand why he's so nasty most of the time. He can be nice when he wants.
This pastry is disgusting. I wouldn't even recommend that you taste it. I think it might have gone off.
2. To tell you the truth, you have bad taste in clothes. Why don't you read some fashion magazines? They might teach you something.
3. Red cars are a bit too extravagant for my taste I prefer blue or light green.
He planned to stay in the box with 1000 scorpions for three months, an act which was supposed to put all the other entertainers in the shade
2. When the sun reached its zenith, they wanted to find some shade to escape from its scorching rays.
3. The artist uses a combination of light and shade in his drawings to highlight certain recurring cycles in our lives.
After a short period of severe winter, plants came to life again displaying their gorgeous flowers.
2. Moving west gave her a new lease of life The climate was better and the people were more hospitable.
3. Lisa's parents were unaware that she was leading a double life Actually, nobody knew she had become a drug addict.
Yes, you're right. I shouldn't have reacted the way I did. I owe you a sincere apology.
2. Don't forget you still owe me 5 pounds. You won't get away with this
3. They always feel extremely grateful for his kind help and support. In fact, they think they owe everything to him.
Praise and your tender loving care can build up your child's self-esteem and help him become a responsible person.
2. Let me think, officer. The man was in his late thirties, dark, and of muscular , build with a tattoo on his left arm.
3 Now that tension and racial hatred is out of the way, we need to build bridges between the two communities.
I'm wondering if I could buy a book of first class stamps here.
2. We strongly recommend that you don't hesitate and book now because this destination is highly popular with passengers.
3. The enforcement officials were particularly careful to do everything by the book while searching his house. They wanted to avoid a lawsuit.
The night before she was to get married to a Vietnamese immigrant, her female friends organized a hen party
2. Having waited two days, the police decided to send out a search party to scour the forest where the man had been last seen.
3. As the newly elected party leader he vowed to beat the Conservatives in the next elections. An old cliche, but quite effective at that time.
Living under a totalitarian system is always very difficult for free-thinking individuals.
2. If you go on feasting on junk food, it's going to have a devastating effect on your Digestive system
3. The question whether there are intelligent living forms outside our solar system has always perplexed scientists as well as philosophers.
Take necessary precautions when travelling on public transport. Somebody may pick your pocket.
2. He reached into the inside pocket of his jacket to produce his passport, but it was gone.
3. The whole town was his. Even the mayor was in his pocket .In fact, nobody could challenge his position.
The story has it that the shipwrecked survivor made it to a desert island.
2. A group of vultures were circling over his head as he was making his way through the desert
3. I love you so much that I will never desert you for another woman, honey. My love is unshakeable.
He was exempt from military service on grounds of his poor health.
2. Our network of garages makes it a point to service all cars regardless of where they come from.
3. The food is excellent here, but the service leaves much to be desired.
Claire was visibly shaken by the assault and it took a while before she managed to calm down and tell him what had happened.
2. The genocide was described as totally unexpected, but it shouldn't have. Experts had warned that the relatively peaceful atmosphere was only the calm before the storm.
3. Ricky took pleasure in going to the park which, for him, was an oasis of calm in his hectic and tumultuous life.
I'm really worried about our father. He's getting old fast and now he seems to be in poor health.
2 poor old Mike finds it hard to rub shoulders with his peers. No wonder his parents feel genuinely sorry for him.
3. If I were you, I wouldn't buy it. Look at this material. It's obvious it's of poor quality.
His father took pains to inculcate a sense of duty in his heart. Later he came to be a responsible person.
2. It's not intelligence that you need to choose friends. It's common sense that can safeguard you against certain individuals.
3. Entering this old deserted German bunker, visitors can sense the atmosphere of conspiracy that prevailed in the place during the last days of Nazi regime.
1. Can you lend me some money right now? I'm stone broke at the moment.
2. With the support of his family he eventually his smoking habit for good.
3. The curtain went down and the audience the silence with thunderous
The local community was appreciative of the businessman's generous gesture to improve the state of the school. He really saved the day by donating more than 100,000 dollars.
2. The working day was drawing to a close. He saved all the documents he'd made so far by clicking the icon and left the office.
3. She saved enough money to enjoy life to the full without having to work for the rest of her days.
'I've got something to tell.' 'Fire away. I'm all ears '
2. His pleas for more money spent on education fell on deaf ears .The issue was simply ignored.
3. I'm afraid I can't see you tomorrow. I'm up to my ears in work.
When the management refused to bow down to the workers' demands, they called a general strike.
2. Realizing that the situation was getting out of hand the president called in troops to restore order in the capital.
3. He pulled up his lorry in the middle of the road, got out and ran to the damaged car. Fortunately, the driver, a young woman, was still alive. He immediately called an ambulance.
1. Anyway, that's all for now. I have to go to catch the post. Do drop me a line
2. The animal is very elusive, but if you want to catch a glimpse of it, there is
no better place than our nature reserve.
3. Most businessmen work long hours and don't get enough rest during the week, so when
the weekend comes they often catch up on sleep.
I know what may cheer you up. Let's see a good comedy. It'll certainly put you in a good mood.
2. Little children with their unpredictable behaviour always put my patience to the test.
3. 'George, don't you think that I've put on some weight recently?' 'Honey, I love you anyway.'
Miranda was flabbergasted when she saw her signature on the dotted line She can't have been that stupid to sign the document.
2 The unemployed were standing in a long line for their turn to take free soup from the charity.
3. Hurry up, Mr Lazy. The President is on the line and wants to talk to you.
Scientists were astounded when the volcano, which had been dormant for the last 200 hundred years, became active again endangering the lives of the inhabitants of the island.
2. The captain died on guide service in the Vietnam War somewhere in the dense jungles of the south.
3. Despite her advanced age, she was very guide , still on the go pottering round in the garden and going jogging every other day.
Have you got a TV guide ? I want to know what's on telly tonight.
2. The tourist guide was a 56 year-old lecherous man making eyes at elderly German female tourists.
3. When you press the Enter button, instructions on the screen will guide you through the installation process.
I can't understand your optimism. Prices are rising, jobs are scarce, our welfare system going to the dogs and you say life is good
2. I'm not going anywhere in such weather. It's raining cats and dogs
3. We should let sleeping dogs lie and avoid bringing up the issue.
After a thorough examination the inspector decided to pull down the building as it posed a threat to the dwellers' safety.
2. Be a man, Luke pull yourself together and stop crying. The girls are
looking at you.
3. Sally hated sitting at the first table in the classroom. The boys behind made it a point to pull her long plaits and it hurt a lot.
The paparazzi denied that he had invaded the privacy of the rock star. He claimed he didn't feel guilty whatsoever.
2. When Poland was invaded by German troops, most of the European nat
just looked on.
3. Hundreds of thrilled fans invaded the pitch soon after the final whistle was blown.
Smuggling drugs in some countries may carry a maximum penalty of death.
2. The law firm thought that Mr Bykowski could carry out his threats and sue the multinational corporation for damages.
3. They are expanding their fleet by adding new planes that can carry up to 200 passengers.
There was credible intelligence information that the chemical plant might be targeted by environmental groups.
2. Their efforts to plant a bomb on a transatlantic flight were thwarted by the SWAT team.
3. In an attempt to boost the town's image as the greenest town in the region they intend to plant 2,000 seedlings in the centre.
Now, without anybody to turn to, he had to face the biggest challenge in his life.
2. You're in love with her. Don't deny it. It's written all over your face.
3 The acne on his face didn't want to disappear no matter how often she went to the solarium.
Holmes was sitting in his favourite chair with his pipe in his mouth deep in thought.
2. She looks and talks tough, but deep down she's a very sensitive person that can be easily offended.
3. Everybody, take a deep breath. The roller coaster ride is about to begin.
1. You really want me to cheat my clients? Come on! We've earned a
reputation for being fair and trustworthy.
2. Josh is said to have earned a small fortune selling second-hand goods and fake jewellery.
3. I was not going to get rid of my car. Though old, it still earned its keep.
1.His ideology was shaped by a bunch of clerics giving speeches in a local place of worship.
2. Don't place too much emphasis on grammar. Vocabulary is more important.
3. After the last orders were taken and the pub closed for the night, he took her to his place to finish their fabulous night with a glass of champagne.
The new system ensuing fair treatment of all the people will come into operation next year under the auspices of the United Nations.
2. Headquarters are planning to carry out a major operation to take the insurgents off the streets.
3. He underwent a major bypass operation when his heart started to send worrying signals.
Despite unforeseen difficulties, he made it a point of seeing her when his ship called at New York.
2. The infamous interrogator used to point his gun at prisoners to make them talk.
3. I think you've missed the point I didn't say I want the car. I said I like it.
The jury didn't reach a unanimous decision due to a lack of sufficient evidence.
2. It has been reported that a 10-year old child was seriously mauled when she tried to reach out her hand to touch the lion.
3. Keep all the detergents out of reach of children. They might drink them by mistake.
After a frantic fight for his life, the musician passed away in the morning. The music scene is in mourning.
2. The new operating system was such a success that a few glitches in the software passed largely unnoticed.
3. Archeologists have put forward the theory that a broad street must have passed through the town centre.
The press described the event as a peaceful demonstration. No damage was reported and the people behaved properly.
2. During the mating season males often stage a demonstration of strength by
showing their big fangs.
3. Because some customers wanted to see the appliance in action, he gave a quick demonstration to show how it worked in the kitchen.
With poor follow-up service, the firm doesn't stand a chance of keeping their customers happy.
2. On his hind legs the animal may stand 1 metre high.
3. 'What does this abbreviation stand for?' 'Unidentified Flying Object.'
1. Go down the street, turn left and the swimming pool is on your right. You can't miss it.
2. You'd better hurry up if you don't want to miss the post.
3. Many teenagers raised in a strict environment feel they miss out on having fun. They should remember, however, that this kind of upbringing protects them from many problems.
I'm afraid there is no direct railway link between the towns and you have to change trains in Bristol.
2. And now, another item on the auction, a 17th century clock that, let's hope, will change hands in a moment.
3. 'The car isn't working, Daddy.' I think you have to change the battery.'
The disease was quickly diagnosed and he was immediately sent to hospital to be treated treated for pneumonia.
2. 'All the hostages are being well treated and are feeling OK.' said a masked man on video.
3. She took her children to the cinema and later treated them to some sweets in the local restaurant. They enjoyed the evening immensely.
This standard feature of your word processor enables you to number the pages of your documents.
2. There is a good number of reasons to stop smoking, but obviously it's you who have to make the decision.
3. Jerry was searching the Net for a back number of the magazine that would complete his extensive collection.
It remains to be seen whether they will bring oil prices down, but I doubt it.
2. I admit Susan's made a few mistakes dealing with our customers, but she remains your superior. I trust her completely.
3. The explorers were delighted when they'd stumbled across the remains of this forgotten ancient city closely guarded by the rainforest.
She was an exceptionally talented and bright child. Adults marveled at her ability to comprehend even the most complicated issues.
2. Once he got recognition in his native country, Mike began thinking about something more ambitious and decided to head for the bright lights of Hollywood.
3. With the sales soaring, our company has a bright future. Here's to our manager!
1. Their sudden rise to fame took all the critics by surprise. They hadn't
expected the band to dominate the charts.
2. The death toll is going to rise as more bodies are being recovered.
3. One inconsiderate remark at the embassy gave rise to rumours about the president's poor health.
He had to fly economy class because the firm had been hard hit by the recession.
2. I'm afraid you're not in the same class as your opponent in the semi finals. He's going to make mincemeat of you.
3. Janet has never been ashamed of her working class background and she always mentions it in interviews.
Luckily Mike had his mobile so we could contact the emergency services after his girlfriend had broken a leg in the remote parts of the mountains.
2. During the job interview he unashamedly called himself an upwardly mobile man with high ambitions.
3.The people kept in touch with culture through a mobile library that appeared in the village twice a year.
The firm has installed a bunch of highly sensitive motion detectors to make it impossible for intruders to penetrate its premises.
2. A lot of young people are extremely sensitive about their looks. A word of
criticism may ruin their self-esteem.
3. Unlike other politicians, she tends to be sensitive to her voters' needs. It's not surprising she's leading all the polls at the moment.
The grass on the golf course was perfectly groomed and beckoned those willing to have a game that morning.
2. The GP prescribed a course of injections that was to stop the spread of the infection.
3. After an aggressive advertising campaign, the university saw a steady flow of candidates enrolling on the course.
Big companies are always on the lookout for cheap labour that will guarantee low production costs.
2. It's not the real thing. The watch on his wrist is only a cheap imitation of a Swiss watch that costs a fortune.
3. Life is cheap I tell you. If you read about people getting killed for a fiver, you wonder what kind of world we are living in.
I can't lend you any cash at the moment. I'm pushed for money myself.
2. Once the lights went out in the cinema, Luke wanted to embrace and kiss her, but she pushed him away and gave him a slap in the face.
3. Recently you've pushed yourself too hard at work. Take a few days off and you'll feel much better.
The river goes down the hill, then turns gently and flows into the sea.
2. They took turns drilling the hole in the ground. When George got tired, Scott took over.
3. Even if she turns you down, you don't have to panic. You'll find another girl. There are plenty more fish in the sea.
The unemployment rate has hit a new record level and inflation is running at about 30 percent which bodes ill for the country.
2. Clare shouldn't teach small children. She keeps running out of patience when they don't understand her instructions.
3. The house has everything you need: central heating, running water and even air-conditioning. What else would you like?
I can understand why the customs officer decided to single out only the two of as from the group. In our ragged clothes we looked suspicious.
2. The artist's new was single well received among the critics, but surprisingly,the fans voted it the worst he had ever recorded.
3. Despite his mother's constant nagging, Russell loved being a bachelor and remained single until he was 45.
1. When the new coach took over, he realized there was still room for improvement. Firstly, they needed to beef up the defence.
2. This desk in our study takes up too much room I think we should give it away.
3.With the timetable set and all the students ready to start the academic year, there was little room for manoeuvre when two teachers were injured in a car crash.
There is free admission to all the museums on our tour which might be good news for budget conscious visitors.
2. His resignation was instantly interpreted as an admission of failure. Despite frantic efforts to revive the company, it recorded losses for the third time in a row.
3. Because Liam was completely drunk he was refused admission to the disco and
had to go home.
Though the educational system puts a lot of pupils under enormous stress, hardly anything is being done to improve it.
2. I'd like to stress the importance of regular mental exercise that will make you feel challenged.
3. The primary stress should be placed on the first syllable, not the second.
It was widely believed in the Middle Ages that some people could turn into werewolves when the moon was full.
2. To feed her three babies, she was forced to work full time in a Chinese takeaway.
3. The cost of the stay includes full board and unlimited use of our sports facilities. So feel free to pamper yourself.
Young talented football players can benefit enormously if they are given the chance to learn from the best.
2. It's not a picnic to live on unemployment benefit in Poland. Each day is a struggle.
3. With the benefit of hindsight, it was obvious that the security measures hadn't been adequate enough to stop the attack.
Life in the town centre seemed too hectic for him. On the other hand, living on the outskirts was a bit inconvenient.
2. In an effort to cut costs the telephone operator established its call centre in a foreign country.
3. Don't say that, Jenny. I do adore you. You're the centre of my universe.
Let's ask a local where we are because I find it difficult to read that old map of yours.
2. Ann's going to burn the midnight oil tonight. She needs to read up on biology before her exam tomorrow.
3. You've got to tell me what you're thinking. I can't read your mind, can I?
I don't trust politicians as a general rule. One can't be too careful, can they?
2. At the end of their investigation the committee came up with a general overview of the banking sector and recommended some changes.
3 The president dissolved the parliament and called for general elections to be held as soon as possible.
1. The government has come under fire from the press for not doing enough to provide people with affordable housing.
2. I told you she would take to him. In fact, they got on like a house on fire
3. Exhausted and soaked, the scouts made a fire upon reaching the camp.
The criminal got away with a number of offences in exchange for cooperation with the police.
2.My car got stolen when I was holidaying in Poland. Luckily, it was found two days later.
3. It was only when Linda got to know them better that she managed to give up her deeply-rooted prejudices.
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