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1901-2080

 

1901

 All the workers in our firm get a Christmas … of one salary.

              1) bonus            

1902

 Many people save money to … for their old age.

  2) provide  

      

1903

 Many people who go to see their bank manager have a … problem.

            3) cash flow  

 

1904

 After missing an easy shot, the player threw her … angrily on the ground.

   2) racket

 

1905

He spends hours in his … every evening developing rolls of film.

  2) darkroom

1906

Place your foot in the … and swing your other leg over the horse’s back.

     2) stirrup

1907

  Because of the fear of heights and the swinging motions of the seats, Linda has never been persuaded to get on a …  .

3) big wheel                  

 

1908

   My grandmother is a fanatic about her favorite …; she laughs and cries with the actors as though they were real people.

3) soap opera             

1909

  Be sure you drain the spinach in the … before you spread it over the sheets of pastry.

4) colander

 

1910

  Despite the many … distractions she had to overcome, she achieved the   success she deserved.

3) external       

 

1911

 The total  … of nuclear weapons would hopefully give the world something to celebrate.

   2) elimination

1912

 The … of hard work bringing positive results is perhaps out of favor now in the modern world.

3) concept      

 

1913

 Overconfidence due to overnight success can take us quickly down that … road to failure.

    2) slippery

 

1914

 Company headquartes are situated … in the heart of the city.

   4) right

 

1915

 He … more and more experience until he finally reached the top of his profession.

   2) gained

1916

 The preparation for the Olympic Games are on … according to the committee in charge.

  2) target

 

1917

 Following years of intense training, the accomplished athlete … the medal triumphantly.

4) carried off

 

1918

 Having worked his fingers to the … for many years, he eventually saw the fruit of his hard work at the age of fifty.

3) bone                              

 

1919

 Once she had achieved the  success she desired, she decided that it was time to … it easy for a while.

1) take   

 

1920

 There was a wonderful ski … way up in the mountains, suitable for the whole family.

1) lodge      

 

1921

 The lucky survivors of the freak storm related their … tale to the eager journalists.

2) harrowing

 

1922

 The heat of summer sun had caused the area to catch fire, leaving behind only … smoldering tree trunks.

  2) smoky

 

1923

 She was … an array of questions during the interview.

4) put through

 

1924

 The boss was … with the new employee over his qualifications and ability to perform his job well.

3) at odds         

 

1925

 Things will get better in the long … .

    2) term

1926

The seminar … five hours.

1) lasts     

 

1927

 Yoga helps to … stress.

3) ease   

 

1928

You are  … to follow the guidelines.

  4) advised

 

1929

His methods have … effects on the patient.

     2) positive

 

1930

 There was a dramatic … of policy which nobody had predicted.

1) change     

1931

The  company’s plans to build a new factory in the area … a very strong reaction from the public.

1) produced        

1932

The plans for the new shelter were abandoned because a … location could not be found.

3) suitable    

1933

He is known to … challenges at work with unique professionalism.

  4) handle

1934

Maria’s boss told her that personal items such as photographs should be … out of sight.

3) kept       

 

1935

 There has been a dramatic … in the attitude towards borrowings from banks.

1) change         

 

1936

The witness said that he heard two shots being … before seeing two men running down the street.

  4) fired

 

1937

Ted went to the police and hanged in the money he found in the street;  honest people like him are a … nowadays.

3) rarity           

 

1938

The board held a meeting to discuss the future … of the organization.

  4) direction

 

1939

Vegetable fats,  … not as harmful as animal fats, can  nevertheless result in gaining weight.

1) thought        

 

1940

If you take regular exercise, your body … more effectively.

3) functions    

 

1941

It was a… squabble and they didn't make up for weeks.

3) bitter      

 

1942

Take a penknife with you - it might… in handy.

1) come   

1943

Everything is going well and business is … .        

     4) booming

 

1944

I found her attitude quite … I really can't understand why she's so angry.

    2) baffling

 

1945

Making personal phone calls during office hours is … upon where I work.

1) frowned      

 

1946

Peter was too … to dare to stand up and speak in front of all those people.

  4) self-conscious

 

1947

Sally has been feeling rather down in the … recently. How can we cheer her up?

     2) dumps

 

1948

 Don't believe John - there's not a … of truth in what he says!

 3) grain      

  

1949

He was knocked out in the fight and they had to threw water on him to bring him … .

  2) round    

 

1950

 The environmental  … group Greenpeace has done a lot to change government policies.

    2) pressure   

1951

 The young offender was obliged to report to his probation  ...  on a weekly basis.

1) officer        

 

1952

 Deborah won the match against all… .       

   4) odds

 

1953

 Getting teenagers to assist old people can help to … the generation gap.

        4) bridge

 

1954

  In court, the accused … guilty to all the charges.

   2) pleaded

 

1955

The government has decided to cut … on funding for education.

3)  back           

 

1956

 Discussions on the issue of expansion of the company have been in ... since the outbreak of disease in the area.

    2) limbo

 

1957

 Viewers were at the incredible sight of the lunar landscape, unable to take their eyes off the… screen until the very end of the broadcast.

3) transfixed     

 

1958

  The culprit had been under their noses all along and so the investigators were criticised  heavily for  making unnecessary… .       

1) blunders      

 

1959

  The authorities were ... that the public should not find out about the high level research being carried out at the institute.

  2) adamant

 

1960

 Should any letters arrive while I'm away during the summer could you please …to me, as I'm trying to sort out a job for September.

1) send them on      

 

1961

 They certainly … the mould when they brought out their latest model; it's totally different from anything else they've ever produced!

      2) broke

 

1962

… the light of recent findings, the government has decided to invest further  funds in the research project.

        2) In         

 

1963

 It's an accepted fact that in the modern world certain companies try to… their nearest competitors.

     4) outdo

                                    

 

1964

 We are lucky to be witness to this era of ever - increasing … change.

3) technological         

 

    1965

 Working   mothers throughout   the   company were delighted with the introduction of …, as it made it easier to manage collecting children from school at different times on different days.

3) flexitime       

 

1966

Any job that involves doing the same thing day in day out must be  pretty… .

  2) mundane

   

1967

 Keith's … income looks impressive, but once tax and social security contributions are deducted, it's not so much.

 4) gross

 

1968

        Having lost her mother at an early age, Mary felt she had become a  mere… ,  having to do absolutely everything for her five brothers and sisters.

   4) workhorse

 

1969

 I could never quite ... what her position in the firm was until we met at a reception and got chatting.

3) work out         

 

1970

 They were on the … of folding the company when an investor saved the day with a large, financial contribution.

3)  verge        

 

1971

 Travelling abroad for a year gave Jane a completely new… on life.

3)  perspective    

 

1972

 Some children had drawn a moustache on the woman in the photo as a… .

1) prank 

 

1973

 Many people ... having to pay so much VAT or what they buy.

3) resent         

 

1974

The written text of the advert was so small and blurred that I couldn't ... it.

    4) decipher

       

1975

 It's a simple … restaurant, so there's no need to dress up.

1) unpretentious 

 

1976

It's a really muddy path, so we'd better wear … .
 

   2)  wellingtons   

 

1977

Bill ... his fists, trying to contain his anger.

3)   clenched               

1978

Spending so much money on a dress you only wear once is just money down the ..., in my opinion.

3) drain    

 

1979

I don't believe you really met Jack Nicholson; you're … me on!

1) having   

 

1980

Sue felt her boss was always picking ... her and blaming her unfairly.

   4) on

 

1981

The company is going to hire a famous actress to … their new range of beauty products.

    2) launch    

 

1982

Kelly went on a shopping … and spent half her salary on clothes.

 2) spree  

 

1983

We all  hope that the boss is going to  ... the bill for the staff party.

3) foot       

1984

Mr.  Nesbitt … a lot of weight with the owner of the store, so he's the one you should  try to  persuade.

1)  carries     

1985

 The situation is a critical one and calls …clear thinking and careful planning.

      4) for

1986

  All these colleges together … the university of Cambridge.

 2) make up

 

1987

 Great emphasis is…at Oxford and Cambridge on what are called "tutorials".

3) laid            

 

1988

  A tutor gives ... instruction in his study at least once a week to students numbering   not more than four.

 1) personal   

 

1989

She was acquainted with some of the people, the others seemed vaguely… to her.

1) familiar 

 

1990

      British Airways … the departure of Right 371 to Cairo.

3) announced        

 

1991

      I think her clothes are not at all … for our party.

         4) suitable

 

1992

I … to announce a break in the negotiations.

3) regret         

 

1993

I visit my Granny …day — on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

1) every other                

 

1994

 Before the exam he had to study for nine hours…  .

3) on end        

 

1995

 The teacher couldn't make out my handwriting. He said it was…  .

 3) illegible        

      

 

1996

 She did not understand what they were talking about, so she gave them a…look.

   2) blank

 

1997

        The loud music in the room next to mine…me from my work.

2) distracted

 

1998

    He was so … in his thought that he did not hear me enter.

1) absorbed    

 

1999

    Nick has a good head for physics. They say he is so ... at it that he will win a Nobel prize some day.

2) brilliant

 

2000

    You have the mistaken idea that all the students in your group are idle. — But Mary Green has hardly done any … this week!

3) work            

 

2001

         The majority of the staff agreed to the proposal but Mr. Blake … to it.

      2) opposed

 

 

 2002

                  Miss Keen has been teaching English for ages, though she hasn't got any….    

 2) diploma

 

 2003

                   Raise your hand and ask…to go there.

  2) permission

 

 

 2004

            You should remember that our meetings never start late, they always start … .            

     3) on time  

 

 2005

 Nick and Mike were the only students in class who…to write the test well.

    4) managed

 

 2006

 He is feeling rather anxious. The result of the exam will … his future   career.

  2) determine   

 

 2007

 She never misses a chance of talking to a foreigner to ... her German.

4) improve

 2008

  My parents agree to my taking … lessons at home.

   2) private
 

 2009

 English is the … language of most Englishmen.

3) native 

 2010

  Listen to my reading and don't … to correct me if I make a mistake.

3) hesitate  

 2011

     He has been studying physics for a year already, but he has not… any    progress.

    4) made

 

 2012

 The most … mistake the students make is the ab­sence of the article.

 2) common

 

 2013

  You  must…the word in the dictionary if you don't know its meaning.

  2) look up

 

 2014

                 A flock of birds often fly in a "V" … .

3) shape         

 

 2015

   A tiger has  escaped  from the cage.  ... everybody of the danger!

  4) Warn

 

 2016

       The driver denied that the accident was his own fault.  He … to say anything unless he was permitted to speak to his lawyer.

               2) refused 

             

 

 2017

   He's dropped his new glasses and broken them. Now he's looking for his old… .

3) pair     

 

 2018

   He collided with another car and had multiple … .

1) injuries    

 

 2019

  Her new house is expensive, but it does not…with the surrounding area.

   2) blend in

 

 2020

 The dog lay at her … snoring.

   4) feet

 

 2021

 All visitors to our museum are requested to … with the regulations.

 2) comply

 

 2022

 Indian cuisine relies heavily on … spices.

3) hot   

 2023

 When they arrived, the party was in full… .

4) swing

 

 2024

  Henry VIII was a cruel person. He had no … on his wives.

                      4) mercy

 

 2025

 The statue in Trafalgar Square commemorates Admiral Nelson who defeated the combined fleet of Spain and France at the….of his life.

  2) cost  

 2026

 During Peter I's…, Russia won many glorious victories.

1) reign   

 

 2027

 Great Britain is famous for the art of…dictionaries.

   2) compiling

 

 

 2028

                 The first miniskirt was designed in Great Britain and from there it … to all parts of the world.

3) spread                

 

 2029

 It is a small village with a long … of one-storey houses, all alike.

3) row  

 

 2030

 Our kitchen isn't joined with our country house, it is… .

    4) detached

 

 2031

 Where are you staying? — In a youth… .

1) hostel 

 

 2032

 His advice on investing the money was… .

     4) valuable

 

 2033

 Many road accidents could be … unless the drivers exceeded speed.

1) avoided         

 2034

  A greater part of my free time is … sports.

    4) taken up by

 

 2035

  The price for oil keeps… .

1) rising   

 

 2036

  Everything has gone wrong. It is hardly ... to make a proper decision.

3) possible     

 

 2037

  … what you have decided, we'll stay here.

         2) No matter

 

 2038

 The chairman … our attention to the next issue.

1) drew  

 

 2039

 Can you see this vase? I think it looks rather … to ours in the sitting room.

3) ilar     

 

 2040

 He was so tired that he slept … all night despite a noisy party at his   neighbours.

4) soundly

 

 2041

  She was wearing a short black dress which … her perfectly.

3) suited

 

 2042

 You should bear  in mind that your aunt is an elderly and ... person.

  2) lonely      

 

 2043

  In my … , he is right. Let him do it in his own way.

2) opinion

 

 2044

  She bought … brown gloves  to match  her handbag.

       3) a pair of     

 

 2045

 I phoned my dentist and made … with him to have my tooth filled.

1) an engagement   

 

 2046

 They promised to take revenge on him for his deception, but I don't think they will be able ... their threat.

    2) to carry out 

 

 2047

  He is such a smart person. His illegal activity will be impossible…                    .

 4) to prove

 

 2048

                 The majority of the reports were …,  so I slept them away.

  2) boring

 

 

 2049

 Unfortunately, we don't … to everything the speaker has said.

  2) agree

 

 

 2050

 This composer is unique.  He … for all tastes in music.

3) caters     

 2051

Mr. Black is an excellent lecturer. He knows his subject…  .

        4) inside out

 

 2052

. This student … ever attends lectures.

1) hardly

 2053

 The fish was so delicious that I asked for a second … .

3) helping

 

      

 2054

 Having failed in business he came to his parents' house in … spirits.

                     2) low

   

                           

 

 2055

 The tennis match ended with the score three to… .

                       1) zero        

                             

 2056

 The work has taken so much time that we feel quite…  .

                    2) exhausted

             

                           

 

 2057

 The new park was laid out … to the river.

                       1) close          

 

 2058

 He got very … advice where to invest money, so it is the reason for his

                         buying the   house.

                3) valuable          

                                 

 2059

 Your offer sounds … but I'd like to consult my lawyer.

                          2) reasonable

                     

 2060

 My computer has … so I have nothing to do tonight.

                    3) broken down      

                                   

 2061

 Could you give me a(n)…with the translation?

                            4) hand

                                

 2062

 He has a(n) … habit of picking his teeth.

                            2) disgusting

                                      

 2063

 There was no furniture in the room; it was quite… .

                          1) bare     

 2064

 The boy was … with cold.

                      3) shivering

 

 2065

 They … their seats and got down to business.

                    2) took

            

 2066

 She did not want … such a poor excuse.

          3) to accept                    

         2067

 Smoking will … on your health, I warn you.

          1) tell             

 

          2068

 He tried to start the engine again, and then he gave it up in…  .

        3) despair         

 

      2069

 He … a long lecture about Roosevelt.

         3) gave                                                     

                       

 2070

  First the plague  broke  out in the capital, and then it … to the south.

          3) spread        

 2071

  I need small change. Can you ... a five-dollar banknote?

                                       2) change

 2072

  I … an athletic club in Chicago a year ago.

              1) joined         

 2073

    … I went, people were angry or suspicious.

                                    2) Everywhere

  2074 .

 We  …  over this question for a long time.

                   2) argued

   2075

   Nick asked me whether I'd like to have dinner with him, and I eagerly …his invitation.

                  4) accepted

    2076

 She was tired and her…body ached.

          3) whole         

       2077

 She well remembers you and sends you her… .

              1) love       

         2078 .

 Some people build … others destroy.

             2) while

                  

 2079

 We have made … in both science and art.

        3) progress                  

 

         2080

hat's a very foolish attitude… .

           3) to take             

 


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