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General English Questions and Answers


1. It is always ________ when you misunderstand the customs of other countries.


2. It is essential to have air ________ in your car when you drive in a hot climate.


3. The ordinary person is again being asked to ________ to pay for dental treatment.


4. At the end of the speech the whole assembly gave the speakers a standing ________ .


5. Everything ________ all right in the end.



6. Another important activity is to ________ your spoken language.


7. Play the tape back as many times as you like and ________ everything that the native speaker has said.


8. Politicians pretend to ignore opinion ________ .


9. A useful way to ________ your vocabulary is to read as much as possible.


10. If you manage to do all these things, it won't be long before you find yourself speaking the language ________ .


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