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B2accordingly, consequently, furthermore, hence, thus1. Accordingly= cor_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ly2. Consequently= h_ _ _e3. Furthermore= b_ _ _ _ _s4. Hence= t_ _ _ _ _ _re5. Thus= con_ _ _ _ _ _ _lyB3although, nevertheless, nonetheless, still1. What is the difference between althoughand despite?2. Nevertheless= h_ _ _ _ _r3. Nonetheless= not_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ing4. Still= _ _ _B4account, sake, through
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1. Account= ex______ion2. I am doing everything ___ the sakeof my friends.3. Through= _ _aExerciseFind synonym for the underlinedword.1. A familiar adagesays that the early bird gets the worm.A) proverbB) ladyC) anecdoteD) book2. The kids spoke a jargonof their own that no one else understood.A) accentB) unintelligible talkC) vocabularyD) foreign language3. The squirrel has adapted well to a suburban setting.4. This sentence refers tothe topic of the paragraph.A) includesB) digestsC) applies toD) selects15. SUBSTANCES, MATERIALS, OBJECTS,AND EQUIPMENTA. SUBSTANCES AND MATERIALS GENERALLYA1item, material, matter, resources, stuff, substance1. If you lose something, you should apply to the _____ item office.2. Materialmeans substance; at the same time, it means te_ _ _le and in_ _ _ _ation.3. We haven't been able to figure out the ________ matter of the whole incident.4. What is the difference between resoursesand sources?5. Stuff means thing; at the same time it means _______ (v).6. Substancemeans object; at the same time it means es_ _ _ce.A2
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component, composite, compound, constituent, ingredient, partial1. Component= constituent, el_ _ _ _ _, part2. Composite(adj, n) ___________ (v)3. Compound= com_ _ _ _te4. Constituent(adj, n) ___________ (v)5. What is the difference between ingredientand recipe?6. Partialmeans unfinishedand component. One other meaning is bi_ _ed.A3complex, simple1. Complex(adj) ___________ (n)2. Simple(adj) ___________ (n) ___________ (v)A4detail, feature1. He told everything _____ detail.2. Feature= pe_ _ _ _ _ _ityA5fluid, liquid, solid1. What is the difference between fluidand liquid?2. What is the difference between solidand tough?A6bubble, glue, oil1. adhesive, paste2. foam, globule3. grease, smearA7adhere, paste, stick1. He is an ________ of the conservative party. ADHERE2. Paste(v) = stick, att_ _ _
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3. I like to read _______ on car windows. STICKA8garbage, litter, residue, rubbish, trash, waste1. He works as a garbage_______or.2. Please do not ______! LITTER3. Residue= re_ _ _nt4. Rubbish= d_ _ _ _s5. He dumped everything into the trash______.6. He has got quite ______ habits. WASTEA9contain, content, cover, hold, include1. We need to find a large _______ to store all these unused books. CONTAIN2. What is the difference between content(n) and content(adj)?3. Archaeologists have been trying to _______ the mysteries of the Pyramids for ages. COVER4. This is a hold-____! Give me all the money!5. Here, there is a household of ten persons, ______ of the servants. INCLUDEA10dispose, except, exclude, implicate, involve1. Everything was at my _______ DISPOSE2. ________ break the rule. EXCEPT3. Everybody was present at the meeting, with an ________ of the under-secretary. EXCLUDE4. What are the ________ of this statement? IMPLICATE5. Complete _______ is essential in this sport. INVOLVEA11comprise, consist of, constitute1. My course of study comprises____ English and Latin.
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