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ElizabethSmith ELS2000 #1190-1239
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(Noun. ) ______________ is an important natural resource of my country. What is the current price of ______________?
(Noun./Verb. ) The police found a direct ______________ between the crimes. What is the evidence ______________ing them?
(Adjective./Noun. ) What does a ______________ executive officer, CEO, do? The CEO leads the company, hence the term "______________".
(Adjective. ) When is this work ______________? The final draft is ______________ next week.
(Noun. ) You need to add a ______________. How do I end this? What should I put in the ______________?
(Noun. ) The ______________ of your paper is good; the organization isn't. Teachers always say my ______________ is good.
(Verb. ) We'll have a vistor tomorrow to ______________ the class. When will the visitor be observing us?
(Verb. ) How much do you ______________ every day? If you mean water, I ______________ a lot.
(Noun. ) My ______________ is getting very dry. Take care of your ______________. It protects you.
(Noun. ) Why talk about ______________? I'm not interested. Many people feel that way about ______________.
(Noun. ) Security will ask you to open any ______________ you are carrying. I'm not carrying anything dangerous in my ______________.
(Noun. ) It's my ______________ that talking about religion can cause problems. Why can't you talk about religious ______________s?
(Verb. ) Iif he asks you to marry him, how will you ______________? I don't know yet how I'd ______________. He hasn't asked yet.
(Noun. ) They say if you want peace, work for ______________ ______________, or any fair treatment, is hard to find.
(Adverb../Adjective. ) Why do you live ______________? I am happy when I am ______________. It's quiet
(Verb. ) When I don't like something, I just ______________ it. If you pay no attention, if you ______________ it, how can it change?
(Verb. ) Did they ______________ their argument? By ______________, do you mean reach an agreement?
(Verb. ) As an action, ______________ can mean hit, attack, or react. In a similar way, when workers go on ______________, they hit an industry.
(Noun. ) Are there different ideas about what constitutes ______________? Are you discussing philosophy? I thought ______________ was what is real.
(Noun. ) What a welcome ______________. We are finally home. The ______________ of the house makes me very happy too.
(Noun. ) Have you ever been in a ______________ on a lake or on the ocean? Once. Being in a ______________ made me sick.
(Noun. ) She left her entire ______________ to her dog. That's crazy. What would a dog do with property and money?
(Noun. ) ______________ is coming. I hope you like snow. I 've never spent a ______________ where there is snow. What's it like?
(Preposition./Adverb.. ) It's cold out. Let's go ______________. The power is out. It's just as cold ______________ as out.
(Verb. ) I'd like to ______________ that we debate the need for war. What do you ______________ as the statement to debate: No More War?
(Noun. ) I've read that a glass of red ______________ is good for health. That may be so, but my religion doesn't allow me to drink ______________.
(Verb./Noun. ) You can ______________ someone up or give them a ring. The ______________ you give can be a call or a ring for the hand.
(Noun. ) I hope they send him to ______________ for a long time. What kind of crime deserves a long ______________ sentence?
(Adverb.. ) It's raining. I don't want to walk if I can ______________ avoid it. Let's ask someone for a lift. We might ______________ get one.
(Verb. ) You only have 15 seconds to ______________ to each question. I can't ______________ in that amount of time. It's too short.
(Verb. ) ______________ this button to confirm your choice. Which one am I supposed to ______________?
(Noun. ) Are you a good ______________? I could be a better ______________, if I had more time.
(Adjective. ) Are you still an ______________ member of the club? I go to events, but I don't take an ______________ role in planning them.
(Noun. ) I don't have any ______________ to wear. Nothing fits any more. You'll have to either lose weight or buy more ______________.
(Noun. ) What makes an ______________ a good one? A good ______________ treats the employees well.
(Noun. ) It's almost the ______________. Got any plans? Not this ______________. The next one, though, I'm going to take a trip.
(Noun. ) I've got to get my ______________ registered. How expensive is that? It depends on the cost of the ______________.
(proNoun. ) ______________ searched my room. How can you tell ______________ did that?
(Verb. ) We need to come early to ______________ the display. Can't we ______________ for someone else to do that?
(Adjective.s ) Do you think ______________ differences cause problems? Different ______________ values can cause conflicts, perhaps.
(Verb. ) Is there any popular support to ______________ the government? Some people was working to ______________ some economic policies.
(Noun. ) Are property prices reasonable in your ______________? Real estate has become very expensive in our ______________.
(Noun. ) Does the ______________ at the bank wear a gun? Maybe. Some security ______________s carry weapons.
(Adjective. ) There is a ______________ storm with strong winds predicted. Just how ______________ will the winds be?
(Verb. ) Did any trees ______________ the fire in the mountains? Some trees did, but a lot of animals didn't ______________.
(Adverb.. ) Check your work ______________. I've looked ______________ but I can't find any mistakes.
(Noun. ) Have you seen a public ______________ recently? . Most people have a cell, so it's hard to find a public ______________.
(Adverb.. ) It's a brief visit, but ______________ an important one. You mean, even though it's brief,people say it's imortant?
(Noun. ) I have to stay in touch with my ______________s back home. Is ______________ a name for someone you work with?
(Noun. ) Many solidiers were injured in the ______________. What enemy were they fighting against?
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