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I ________ an old friend of mine in the street this morning. We haven't seen Each other for ages
More than thở a mile of roadway has been blocked with trees, stones and other debris, _____ the explosion
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to lớn indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress in each of the following questions
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Bill has a real ______ for looking after handicapped children
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to lớn indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to lớn indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 31 to lớn 35.
GETTING TO THE ROOT OF BONSAI CRIME
Bonsai trees have always been a source of great fascination to lớn people. They are perfect miniatures, grown in pots small enough to lớn sit on a windowsill. You have to lớn keep reminding yourself that these frees are actually real and identical to lớn their larger cousins in all (31) ______except their size. Rather lượt thích other small and perfectly-formed artifacts, bonsai trees command quite a high price in the marketplace and sánh it doesn't come as a great surprise to lớn find that they also (32) ______the attention of thieves. It seems that quite a flourishing business has evolved, in which they are stolen from the homes of growers and collectors, then repotted and trimmed by unscrupulous dealers, to lớn be sold on, at good prices, to lớn (33) ______buyers.
One of Britain's top collectors of bonsai trees, Paul Widdington, believes that he has found a solution, however. After losing his life's work, valued at £250,000, when burglars broke into his home one night, Paul decided to lớn (34) ______the possibilities of electronically tagging the trees he bought as a replacement. This involves injecting a microchip the size of a grain of rice into the trunk of each tree. Each chip is a laser-etched with information which is stored in a central register held by the police. Paul is quite aware that this kind of data-tagging doesn't (35) ______thieves from stealing the trees in the first place, although it may increase the chances of getting them back. So he's also installing a security alarm system complete with infra-red detectors, in his home
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