General English Questions and Answers

1. What I would like you to do is to pay me ________ my money and take 'Supercut'away.

2. One of the ________ mentioned in the original agreement has decided that she does not want to continue with the profit-sharing scheme.

3. The first time I tried to use it, your lawnmower simply ________ over the grass but did not cut it.

4. The contract was signed by the three partners who thus agreed to ________ by terms and conditions contained in it.

5. Unfortunately this does not ________ to 'Supercut'.

6. I am referring to your lawnmower ________ in the catalogue as 'Supercut'.

7. After the complaint had been received from the customer about poor service, she was given a written ________ that the matter would be put right.

8. To begin with I would like to take ________ over the name itself.

9. Dear Sir, I am writing this letter to describe the ________ I've been having with one of your products.

10. The main problem was that the newly formed organisation was not attracting enough work and so they decided to ________ the services of a public relations expert.

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