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The football coach wanted to improve the ______________ fitness. Players'.

The higher the discount, .... The more you save.

The house is .... painted at the moment. Being.

The jump was such a daunting prospect that he decided _______________doing it. Against.

The man was .... for questioning. Detained.

The market demand is now .... due to a major slowdown. Stagnating.

The market demand is now _____________ due to a major slowdown. Stagnating.

The meeting was .... to another day. Put off.

The meeting was .... to another day. Put off.

The milk has gone off. Il latte non è più buono.

The milk has gone off. It is: Sour.

The more the .... Better.

The opposite of to whisper is: To shout.

The police _____________ issued a warrant for Adamson's arrent. Have.

The President has just announced his .... Resignation.

The race was ....due to the bad weather. Called off.

The results of the test were doctored up. I risultati dell'esame sono stati falsificati.

The shutters were closed and the lights were switched off at my neighbours house. They _________________ on holiday. Must have been.

The Treasury Select Committee is to launch an inquiry into the planned take-over of Liffe, the London Futures exchange, by Euronext, the alliance of the Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam stock exchanges. The unusual move is thought to have been provoked by growing concern among committee members about the impact on the City of London of the £555 million cash take-over. The committee will hear evidence from Liffe and Euronext officials on December 13. It will then question officials from the London Stock Exchange, which lost out in the auction for Liffe despite tabling a higher offer. "Philip Morris switch challenged": Philip Morris, the tobacco company, has become embroiled in a dispute about its proposed name change. Altria Healthcare, a private medical billing company in America, is concerned about Philip Morris's proposed name change to Altria Group. "It is of great concern to a healthcare business to have a big tobacco and alcohol company wish to adopt an identical name," Warren Smedley, Altria Healthcare's president, said. Philip Morris said it had conducted all necessary searches and was confident that it was not in breach of any laws and would not confuse Altria Healthcare's customers. "Philip Morris has become embroiled". In other words,.... PM has become entangled.

The Treasury Select Committee is to launch an inquiry into the planned take-over of Liffe, the London Futures exchange, by Euronext, the alliance of the Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam stock exchanges. The unusual move is thought to have been provoked by growing concern among committee members about the impact on the City of London of the £555 million cash take-over. The committee will hear evidence from Liffe and Euronext officials on December 13. It will then question officials from the London Stock Exchange, which lost out in the auction for Liffe despite tabling a higher offer. "Philip Morris switch challenged": Philip Morris, the tobacco company, has become embroiled in a dispute about its proposed name change. Altria Healthcare, a private medical billing company in America, is concerned about Philip Morris's proposed name change to Altria Group. "It is of great concern to a healthcare business to have a big tobacco and alcohol company wish to adopt an identical name," Warren Smedley, Altria Healthcare's president, said. Philip Morris said it had conducted all necessary searches and was confident that it was not in breach of any laws and would not confuse Altria Healthcare's customers. A "breach" is a(an).... Infringement.

The Treasury Select Committee is to launch an inquiry into the planned take-over of Liffe, the London Futures exchange, by Euronext, the alliance of the Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam stock exchanges. The unusual move is thought to have been provoked by growing concern among committee members about the impact on the City of London of the £555 million cash take-over. The committee will hear evidence from Liffe and Euronext officials on December 13. It will then question officials from the London Stock Exchange, which lost out in the auction for Liffe despite tabling a higher offer. "Philip Morris switch challenged": Philip Morris, the tobacco company, has become embroiled in a dispute about its proposed name change. Altria Healthcare, a private medical billing company in America, is concerned about Philip Morris's proposed name change to Altria Group. "It is of great concern to a healthcare business to have a big tobacco and alcohol company wish to adopt an identical name," Warren Smedley, Altria Healthcare's president, said. Philip Morris said it had conducted all necessary searches and was confident that it was not in breach of any laws and would not confuse Altria Healthcare's customers. A "take-over" is.... An acquisition.

The Treasury Select Committee is to launch an inquiry into the planned take-over of Liffe, the London Futures exchange, by Euronext, the alliance of the Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam stock exchanges. The unusual move is thought to have been provoked by growing concern among committee members about the impact on the City of London of the £555 million cash take-over. The committee will hear evidence from Liffe and Euronext officials on December 13. It will then question officials from the London Stock Exchange, which lost out in the auction for Liffe despite tabling a higher offer. "Philip Morris switch challenged": Philip Morris, the tobacco company, has become embroiled in a dispute about its proposed name change. Altria Healthcare, a private medical billing company in America, is concerned about Philip Morris's proposed name change to Altria Group. "It is of great concern to a healthcare business to have a big tobacco and alcohol company wish to adopt an identical name," Warren Smedley, Altria Healthcare's president, said. Philip Morris said it had conducted all necessary searches and was confident that it was not in breach of any laws and would not confuse Altria Healthcare's customers. An "alliance" is.... Partnership.

The Treasury Select Committee is to launch an inquiry into the planned take-over of Liffe, the London Futures exchange, by Euronext, the alliance of the Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam stock exchanges. The unusual move is thought to have been provoked by growing concern among committee members about the impact on the City of London of the £555 million cash take-over. The committee will hear evidence from Liffe and Euronext officials on December 13. It will then question officials from the London Stock Exchange, which lost out in the auction for Liffe despite tabling a higher offer. "Philip Morris switch challenged": Philip Morris, the tobacco company, has become embroiled in a dispute about its proposed name change. Altria Healthcare, a private medical billing company in America, is concerned about Philip Morris's proposed name change to Altria Group. "It is of great concern to a healthcare business to have a big tobacco and alcohol company wish to adopt an identical name," Warren Smedley, Altria Healthcare's president, said. Philip Morris said it had conducted all necessary searches and was confident that it was not in breach of any laws and would not confuse Altria Healthcare's customers. Which sentence is true: Philip Morris has ruffled some feathers by choosing the name Altria Group.

The view from the top of the mountain is .... Breathtaking.

There .... a considerable amount of consolidation among suppliers. Has been.

There is no .... for paying women less than men if they do the same job. Reason.

There is very little .... if you share a small flat with six others! Room.

There was a ______________ between two aircrafts last week. Collision.

There was a man ______________ was looking for you. Who.

There's a certain .... between them, but I wouldn't really have guessed that they were brother and sister. Similarity.

There's a choice of two colours. You can buy them in .... red or green. Either.

There's no point .... going back now. In.

They have put _________ the meeting ___________ next week. Off / until.

They say that ".... killed the cat ", so don't be nosy! Curiosity.

They set off before daybreak. Sono partiti prima dell'alba.

They sold their house .... they could buy a boat. So that.

They went over my work with a fine-toothed comb. Hanno passato al vaglio il mio lavoro.

Think of the City of London and you think of Sir Terence Conran; he already has 11 restaurants in or near the area but there's always (1) __________ for one more when it's as good as Sauterelle. Combining the perfect location and clever design has always been Conran's forte, and his latest wins on both scores. Inside the historic Royal Exchange building, Sauterelle's dining room (2) ________________ the huge central hall from the mezzanine, but this isn't (3) _____________ a "view" restaurant. The menu is full of excellently prepared French classics like rabbit stew and chocolate tarts. While the City area may be hopping, the real action is in London's West End, specifically Mayfair. Not content with one hugely successful branch in the neighbourhood, the Nobu Group recently opened a second on Berkeley Square. But unlike its older sister, Nobu Berkely has taken a beating from many critics. It's not that the food (4) __________ good. What irked these critics (and many diners) when it opened was the strict no-reservation policy that left you waiting in an overpriced bar for an hour or two. Management has wisely changed the policy, but whether the rather ungraceful service has improved remains (5) ______________. Which of the given alternatives correctly fills in the gap (3)? Just.

Think of the City of London and you think of Sir Terence Conran; he already has 11 restaurants in or near the area but there's always (1) __________ for one more when it's as good as Sauterelle. Combining the perfect location and clever design has always been Conran's forte, and his latest wins on both scores. Inside the historic Royal Exchange building, Sauterelle's dining room (2) ________________ the huge central hall from the mezzanine, but this isn't (3) _____________ a "view" restaurant. The menu is full of excellently prepared French classics like rabbit stew and chocolate tarts. While the City area may be hopping, the real action is in London's West End, specifically Mayfair. Not content with one hugely successful branch in the neighbourhood, the Nobu Group recently opened a second on Berkeley Square. But unlike its older sister, Nobu Berkely has taken a beating from many critics. It's not that the food (4) __________ good. What irked these critics (and many diners) when it opened was the strict no-reservation policy that left you waiting in an overpriced bar for an hour or two. Management has wisely changed the policy, but whether the rather ungraceful service has improved remains (5) ______________. Which of the given alternatives correctly fills in the gap (1)? Room.

Think of the City of London and you think of Sir Terence Conran; he already has 11 restaurants in or near the area but there's always (1) __________ for one more when it's as good as Sauterelle. Combining the perfect location and clever design has always been Conran's forte, and his latest wins on both scores. Inside the historic Royal Exchange building, Sauterelle's dining room (2) ________________ the huge central hall from the mezzanine, but this isn't (3) _____________ a "view" restaurant. The menu is full of excellently prepared French classics like rabbit stew and chocolate tarts. While the City area may be hopping, the real action is in London's West End, specifically Mayfair. Not content with one hugely successful branch in the neighbourhood, the Nobu Group recently opened a second on Berkeley Square. But unlike its older sister, Nobu Berkely has taken a beating from many critics. It's not that the food (4) __________ good. What irked these critics (and many diners) when it opened was the strict no-reservation policy that left you waiting in an overpriced bar for an hour or two. Management has wisely changed the policy, but whether the rather ungraceful service has improved remains (5) ______________. Which of the given alternatives correctly fills in the gap (5)? To be seen.

Think of the City of London and you think of Sir Terence Conran; he already has 11 restaurants in or near the area but there's always (1) __________ for one more when it's as good as Sauterelle. Combining the perfect location and clever design has always been Conran's forte, and his latest wins on both scores. Inside the historic Royal Exchange building, Sauterelle's dining room (2) ________________ the huge central hall from the mezzanine, but this isn't (3) _____________ a "view" restaurant. The menu is full of excellently prepared French classics like rabbit stew and chocolate tarts. While the City area may be hopping, the real action is in London's West End, specifically Mayfair. Not content with one hugely successful branch in the neighbourhood, the Nobu Group recently opened a second on Berkeley Square. But unlike its older sister, Nobu Berkely has taken a beating from many critics. It's not that the food (4) __________ good. What irked these critics (and many diners) when it opened was the strict no-reservation policy that left you waiting in an overpriced bar for an hour or two. Management has wisely changed the policy, but whether the rather ungraceful service has improved remains (5) ______________. Which of the given alternatives correctly fills in the gap (2)? Overlooks.

Think of the City of London and you think of Sir Terence Conran; he already has 11 restaurants in or near the area but there's always (1) __________ for one more when it's as good as Sauterelle. Combining the perfect location and clever design has always been Conran's forte, and his latest wins on both scores. Inside the historic Royal Exchange building, Sauterelle's dining room (2) ________________ the huge central hall from the mezzanine, but this isn't (3) _____________ a "view" restaurant. The menu is full of excellently prepared French classics like rabbit stew and chocolate tarts. While the City area may be hopping, the real action is in London's West End, specifically Mayfair. Not content with one hugely successful branch in the neighbourhood, the Nobu Group recently opened a second on Berkeley Square. But unlike its older sister, Nobu Berkely has taken a beating from many critics. It's not that the food (4) __________ good. What irked these critics (and many diners) when it opened was the strict no-reservation policy that left you waiting in an overpriced bar for an hour or two. Management has wisely changed the policy, but whether the rather ungraceful service has improved remains (5) ______________. Which of the given alternatives correctly fills in the gap (4)? Isn't.

This disease has spread .... in the past few years. Out.

This magazine only comes out .... Quarterly.

This morning I .... into Tom Brown! Ran.

This morning I .... into Tom Brown! Ran.

This time next year I'll .... to Australia! Be flying.

Three nights later old Major died peacefully in his sleep. His body was buried at the foot of the orchard. This was early (1) _________ March. During the next three months there was much secret activity. Major's speech had given to the more intelligent animals on the farm a completely new outlook on life. They did not know when the Rebellion predicted by Major would take place, they had no reason for (2) __________ that it would be within their own lifetime, but they saw clearly that it was their duty to prepare for it. The work of teaching and organising the others fell naturally (3) __________ the pigs, who were generally recognised as being the cleverest of the animals. Pre-eminent among the pigs were two young boars named Snowball and Napoleon, whom Mr Jones (4) ________________ up for sale. Napoleon was a large, rather fierce-looking Berkshire boar, the only Berkshire on the farm, not much of a talker but with a reputation for (5) _______________ his own way. Snowball was a more vivacious pig than Napoleon, quicker in speech and more inventive, but was not considered to have the same depth of character. All the other make pigs on the farm were porkers. ('Animal Farm' by George Orwell, 1945). Which of the given alternatives correctly fills in the gap (2)? Thinking.

Three nights later old Major died peacefully in his sleep. His body was buried at the foot of the orchard. This was early (1) _________ March. During the next three months there was much secret activity. Major's speech had given to the more intelligent animals on the farm a completely new outlook on life. They did not know when the Rebellion predicted by Major would take place, they had no reason for (2) __________ that it would be within their own lifetime, but they saw clearly that it was their duty to prepare for it. The work of teaching and organising the others fell naturally (3) __________ the pigs, who were generally recognised as being the cleverest of the animals. Pre-eminent among the pigs were two young boars named Snowball and Napoleon, whom Mr Jones (4) ________________ up for sale. Napoleon was a large, rather fierce-looking Berkshire boar, the only Berkshire on the farm, not much of a talker but with a reputation for (5) _______________ his own way. Snowball was a more vivacious pig than Napoleon, quicker in speech and more inventive, but was not considered to have the same depth of character. All the other make pigs on the farm were porkers. ('Animal Farm' by George Orwell, 1945). Which of the given alternatives correctly fills in the gap (4)? Was breeding.

Three nights later old Major died peacefully in his sleep. His body was buried at the foot of the orchard. This was early (1) _________ March. During the next three months there was much secret activity. Major's speech had given to the more intelligent animals on the farm a completely new outlook on life. They did not know when the Rebellion predicted by Major would take place, they had no reason for (2) __________ that it would be within their own lifetime, but they saw clearly that it was their duty to prepare for it. The work of teaching and organising the others fell naturally (3) __________ the pigs, who were generally recognised as being the cleverest of the animals. Pre-eminent among the pigs were two young boars named Snowball and Napoleon, whom Mr Jones (4) ________________ up for sale. Napoleon was a large, rather fierce-looking Berkshire boar, the only Berkshire on the farm, not much of a talker but with a reputation for (5) _______________ his own way. Snowball was a more vivacious pig than Napoleon, quicker in speech and more inventive, but was not considered to have the same depth of character. All the other make pigs on the farm were porkers. ('Animal Farm' by George Orwell, 1945). Which of the given alternatives correctly fills in the gap (5)? Getting.

Three nights later old Major died peacefully in his sleep. His body was buried at the foot of the orchard. This was early (1) _________ March. During the next three months there was much secret activity. Major's speech had given to the more intelligent animals on the farm a completely new outlook on life. They did not know when the Rebellion predicted by Major would take place, they had no reason for (2) __________ that it would be within their own lifetime, but they saw clearly that it was their duty to prepare for it. The work of teaching and organising the others fell naturally (3) __________ the pigs, who were generally recognised as being the cleverest of the animals. Pre-eminent among the pigs were two young boars named Snowball and Napoleon, whom Mr Jones (4) ________________ up for sale. Napoleon was a large, rather fierce-looking Berkshire boar, the only Berkshire on the farm, not much of a talker but with a reputation for (5) _______________ his own way. Snowball was a more vivacious pig than Napoleon, quicker in speech and more inventive, but was not considered to have the same depth of character. All the other make pigs on the farm were porkers. ('Animal Farm' by George Orwell, 1945). Which of the given alternatives correctly fills in the gap (3)? To.

Three nights later old Major died peacefully in his sleep. His body was buried at the foot of the orchard. This was early (1) _________ March. During the next three months there was much secret activity. Major's speech had given to the more intelligent animals on the farm a completely new outlook on life. They did not know when the Rebellion predicted by Major would take place, they had no reason for (2) __________ that it would be within their own lifetime, but they saw clearly that it was their duty to prepare for it. The work of teaching and organising the others fell naturally (3) __________ the pigs, who were generally recognised as being the cleverest of the animals. Pre-eminent among the pigs were two young boars named Snowball and Napoleon, whom Mr Jones (4) ________________ up for sale. Napoleon was a large, rather fierce-looking Berkshire boar, the only Berkshire on the farm, not much of a talker but with a reputation for (5) _______________ his own way. Snowball was a more vivacious pig than Napoleon, quicker in speech and more inventive, but was not considered to have the same depth of character. All the other make pigs on the farm were porkers. ('Animal Farm' by George Orwell, 1945). Which of the given alternatives correctly fills in the gap (1)? In.

Tim denied .... the boy. Beating.

To ___________ it may concern, I hereby designate Mathilda Jones ________ my attorney. Whom / as.

Tom .... tennis since 10 o'clock. Has been playing.

Tom has just left the office. In other words he's .... Out.

Tom is the boy .... lives in Nashville. That.

Tomorrow I have an appointment ________________. To have my hair cut.

Tomorrow is our wedding anniversary. We ____________________ for 35 years. Will have been married.

Tonight I will probably .... Take you out.

Turn .... the lights when you come in, will you? Out.

We have __________ time but not ___________. Some / much.

We leave York .... London at 7.30 tomorrow morning. For.

We look _________ to __________ from you. Forward / hearing.

We seem to be .... for bankruptcy! Heading.

We shall make the payment in due .... Course.

We want to throw a party before summer vacation. Vogliamo dare una festa prima delle vacanze estive.

Well, I'd rather you ____________ invite the CEO, if you don't ____________. Didn't / mind.

We've delivered it, but we haven't installed it .... Yet.

What .... going out tonight? About.

What a year! If it weren't ____________ you, I would never have got _____________ it! For / through.

What about .... out? Going.

What are you good ....? At.

What do these initials stand for? Che cosa significano queste iniziali?

What do you like .... in your spare time? Doing.

What is the correct spelling of the following word? Accommodation.

What time .... we start work? Let's start at about nine o'clock. Shall.

When I see James, ____________ him ___________ you said. I'll tell / what.

When she got to the station, the train .... already left! Had.

When you first arrived, what was the company ....? Like.

Which adverb CANNOT be used complete this sentence: This illness is thought to be ___ genetic in origin. organically

Which is the correct plural? Congresswomen.

Which number is written correctly? Three thousand two hundred and forty two.

Which of the following CANNOT be used to complete this sentence?James isn't at work today so I think he ____ be ill. can

Which of the following is NOT a member of the family? cushion

Which of the following is not a part of the human body? Heal.

Which of the following is NOT a place in a house? chicken

Which of the following is NOT a school subject? story

Which of the following sentences is NOT correct? He was redundant because he argued with the boss

Which of the following would be an appropriate way to begin a formal letter to a person you don't know? Dear Sir

Which question is correct? What's the weather like in Rome?

Which sentence is correct? I like my job very much

Which sentence is correct? I haven't seen him for a long time

Which sentence means the same as this one?The train leaves at 8.35. The train leaves at twenty five to nine.

Which verb CANNOT be used to complete this sentence?I've ____ an appointment with the dentist next week, because I'm really worried about the state of my teeth. done

Which word CANNOT be used as a synonym for prevents in the following newspaper headline?Russia prevents plan to sell arms to African states. helps

Which word CANNOT be used to complete this sentence? Why is the USA ____ in Africa? intending

Which word or phrase CANNOT be used complete this sentence?The Prime Minister had to ___ his talks with world leaders to return to the capital. back out

Which word or phrase CANNOT be used to complete this sentence?
Omega Systems announced that it did not support the criminal prosecution of a Russian hacker ___ last week.
kept

Which word or phrase CANNOT be used to complete this sentence? Professor Firth's plane _____ at 23.00 tomorrow evening. is arrived

Which word or phrase is missing from the following sentence?I graduated ____ 'Industrial Management Engineer' three months ago. as an

Who .... you tell? Did.

Will you _______________ about the job next week? Let me know.

Would you like a drink? Yes, .... Please.

You .... have a driver's license to ride a bike. Don't need to.

You are answering the phone and need to ask the caller to wait for a moment. What do you say? Please hold the line

You are at an office party with your husband and encounter a senior colleague who hasn't met your husband before. What do you say? May I introduce you to my husband?

You are telephoning Dr Paton. What do you say when her secretary answers the phone? Good morning, may I speak to Dr Paton please?

You can stay out late .... that you go with Tom. Provided.

You look puzzled. Sembri confusa.

You read the following newspaper headline:Get away for less. The article will be about? a low-cost travel offer


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