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(verb/noun ) Do you ______________ to school? Yes, it is just a short ______________.
(noun ) Don't put your ______________ on the chair. Why should I keep my feet on the floor?
(adverb ) It's ______________ cold for a summer day, isn't it? Yes. I think it is fairly cold. I was ______________ surprised.
(verb ) Where do they ______________ coffee? You can buy some at that store. They ______________ really good coffee.
(noun ) After she had a girl, didn't she have a ______________? Yes, her son is only two years old , but he's a big ______________.
(verb ) ______________ here. Okay. I won't leave. I'll ______________ for you.
(noun ) Did your team win the ______________? Yes. It was a great ______________
(noun ) Do you like American ______________? I don't like fast ______________.
(noun ) Is the teacher a member of a ______________? No, there's no local teachers' ______________.
(noun ) What is the ______________ of women in your society? Their ______________ is changing. More of them have jobs now.
(pron/det/noun ) Is this glass ______________ empty or half full? It all depends on how you see the ______________.
(adverb ) Do you want anything ______________? No, I'm full. I can't eat anything ______________.
(noun ) Do you know about the special ______________ next week? No. What is happening? What kind of ______________ is it?
(noun ) The ______________ here is so flat. Yes, it's flat and there's lots of open ______________. I like it.
(modal ) Do people use "______________" currently? How about "______________ we dance?"
(adjective ) Is your phone ______________ or black? I have a ______________ phone.
(verb/noun ) What does smoking ______________? It's a common ______________ of some diseases.
(noun ) Do you like ______________? Yes, I'm going to the ______________ museum tomorrow.
(adverb ) I ______________ sleep late. You ______________ come to class late too.
(adverb ) Are "______________" and "therefore" the same or different? They are almost the same, but "______________" is more formal.
(verb ) Will I ______________ this level? You can ______________ the level if you pass the test.
(noun/verb ) Why must I add more ______________ to my essay? You need to ______________ your ideas, to prove they are true.
(noun ) Can you see the ______________ from your seat? Yes. I can see all the people on the ______________.
(noun ) What is the ______________ of your phone? I don't know what the ______________ is, but I can hear you.
(noun ) Is there a lot of ______________ between our countries? Yes, there is a lot of ______________. We sell you a lot of things.
(noun ) Do you like this ______________? Yes, I like all my ______________s
(noun ) Is my ______________ too soft? Yes.Your ______________ doesn't carry to the back of the room.
(verb ) Did the university ______________ you? Not yet. I hope they ______________ me soon.
(preposition ) Who is sitting ______________ you? I don't know. Let me turn around and look.
(verb ) Do you ______________ much TV? Not much. Sometimes I ______________ TV at night.
(noun ) How did he break his ______________? I don't know how he broke his ______________.
(noun ) Do you belong to any ______________? No, but I would like to join a ______________.
(noun ) Is your team on the ______________? They just came on the ______________. The game is about to start.
(noun ) Are you a ______________? I'm married but I'm not a ______________. No children yet
(noun ) Do you like to study ______________? Does the past interest you? No, I don't like to read ______________. The past is past.
(adjective ) Is this ______________? It is completely ______________. You don't have to pay anything for it.
(noun ) Did the newspaper give an ______________ of the game? Yes, there was a brief ______________, a short story, about it.
(noun ) What ______________ will be on the test? It's on all the ______________ we covered. Study everything
(noun ) What is the difference between a ______________ and university? A university is made up of many ______________s.
(adjective/adverb ) Is your reading ______________? Yes, much ______________. I know more words now.
(adjective ) Is it a ______________ test or a long one? It's ______________. There are only ten questions.
(adjective ) Is the test ______________ or hard? I think it's difficult, not ______________.
(det/pron ) ______________ car is that one over there? I don't know ______________ it is.
(noun ) What is your housing ______________? I live with a host family. It's a good ______________.
(adverb ) How long ______________ did you come here? I came here a month ______________.
(noun/verb ) Who takes ______________ of your children when you are in class? My mother ______________s for them.
(adjective ) He's a ______________ man. Is he ______________ enough to lift you?
(noun/verb ) He set a ______________ for being late. How many lates did you ______________?
(noun ) Where is he a ______________? He manages a department in my company.
(noun ) When is the writing ______________ due? The first ______________ is due next week .
(verb ) Should I ______________ my hand? Yes, it helps the class if you ______________ your hand.
(noun ) Can you add another ______________? How many ______________s do I need?
(adverb ) What did you do ______________? ______________ I did many things, so today I'm tired.
(verb/noun ) Where will you ______________ your new company? We'll have our ______________ in the capital.
(noun/verb ) Where does the team do its ______________? They are ______________ on that field over there. They train everyday.
(noun ) Please open a ______________. It is hot in here. Which ______________ should I open?
(verb ) How did you ______________ your arm? I broke it in a car accident.
(verb ) I don't understand. Can you ______________ again? Sure, I will try to ______________ this clearly
(verb ) How can I ______________ more words? If you read a lot, you will ______________ a lot of words.
(adjective ) A ______________ location is important, isn't it? Being in the middle of town, being ______________, helps a lot.
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