English Proficiency Test 1 (100 Questions)

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100 Questions - Developed by: Cipta College of oxford - Developed on: - 12.484 taken

To Check Student English Proficiency

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    Water______ at a temperature of 100ºC.
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    In some countries_____very hot all the time.
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    In cold countries people wear thick clothes__________warm.
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    In England people are always talking about__________.
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    In some places__________almost every day.
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    In deserts there isn’t__________grass.
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    Places near the Equator have __________weather even in the cold season.
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    In England__________time of year is usually from December to February.
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    __________people don’t know what it’s really like in other countries.
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    Very __________people can travel abroad.
  • 11
    Mohammed Ali__________his first world title fight in 1960.
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    After he __________an Olympic gold medal he became a professional boxer.
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    His religious beliefs __________change his name when he became champion.
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    If he__________ lost his first fight with Sonny Liston, no one would have been surprised.
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    He has travelled a lot__________as a boxer and as a world-famous personality.
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    He is very well known __________ the world
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    Many people__________ he was the greatest boxer of all time.
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    To be the best __________ the world is not easy.
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    Like any top sportsman Ali__________ train very hard.
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    Such is his fame that people__________always remember him as a champion.
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    The history of (21)__________ is (22)__________short one. For many centuries men (23)__________ to fly, but with (24) __________ success. In the 19th century a few people succeeded (25) __________ in balloons. But it wasn’t until the beginning of the (26)__________ century that anybody (27) __________ able to fly in a machine (28)__________ was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)__________ we not call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)__________ was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)__________ common sight today. They (32)__________hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)__________ more than half a century later, a man (34)__________ walking on the moon. Already (35)__________ is taking the first steps towards the stars. Space satellites have now existed (36) __________around half a century and we are dependent (37)__________ them for all kinds of (38)__________. Not only (39)__________ being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather (40)__________. By 2008 there (41)__________ have been satellites in space for fifty years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)__________ massive space stations built. When these (43)__________ completed it will be the first time (44)__________ astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers. (45)__________ all that, in many ways, the most remarkable flight (46)__________ all was (47)__________of the flying bicycle which the world saw on television, (48)__________across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)__________ a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said, ‘It’s the first time (50)__________ what hard work it is to be a bird!’
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    Many teachers __________their students should learn a foreign language.
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    Learning a second language is not the same __________ learning a first language.
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    It takes __________ to learn any language.
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    It is said that Chinese is perhaps the world’s __________language to master.
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    English is quite difficult because of all the exceptions __________have to be learnt.
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    You can learn the basic structure of a language quite quickly, but only if you __________make an effort.
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    A lot of people are used __________grammar in their own language.
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    Many adult students of English wish they __________ their language studies earlier.
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    In some countries students have to spend a lot of time working __________their own.
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    There aren't__________easy ways of learning a foreign language in your own country.
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    Some people try to improve their English by __________the BBC World Service.
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    __________with a foreign family can be a good way to learn a language.
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    It’s no use __________to learn a language just by studying a dictionary.
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    Many students of English __________take tests.
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    Some people think it’s time we all __________a single international language.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
  • 87
    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
  • 88
    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
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    Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He (66)__________ the staff of the school in 1998 and (67)__________ there ever since. Before (68)__________ to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales, and before that he (69)__________ a student at Cambridge University. So far he (70)__________ in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and (71)__________ like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)__________ he puts it, until his two children (73)__________ grown up a bit. He met his wife, Kate, in 1992, while he (74)__________ abroad for a while, and they got married in 1996. their two children, mark and Susan, (75)__________ both born in Norwich. The Walkers’ boy, (76)__________ is five, has just started at school, but (77)__________sister (78)__________at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years (79)__________ than him. Charles and Kate Walker (80)__________ to live in the country, but now that they have children, they (81)__________ into the city. Charles wanted a house (82)__________ the school (83)__________get to work easily. Unfortunately (84)__________one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they (85)__________ buy one a bit further away. By the time the children (86)__________ to secondary school, (87)__________Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers (88)__________ living there for at least fifteen years. They can’t be sure if they (89)__________, but if they (90)__________, their friends won’t be too surprised.
  • 91
    John’s coming to see you,__________?
  • 92
    It’s been a long time since you’ve seen him, __________?
  • 93
    He’s due to arrive tomorrow, __________?
  • 94
    He won’t be getting in till about 10.30 __________?
  • 95
    You met him while you were on holiday, __________?
  • 96
    I think I’m expected to pick him up, __________?
  • 97
    No doubt you’d rather he stayed in England now, __________?
  • 98
    Nobody else has been told he’s coming, __________?
  • 99
    We’d better not stay up too late tonight, __________?
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    I suppose it’s time we called it a day, __________?

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ApollotheArcher (12684)
5 days ago
Man, I WAS SUPPOSED TO GET HIGHER THAN THIS
80/100