Choose the correct answer.
1 From now on, everything will be … sailing, I hope.
2 She could hardly … such a generous offer.
a) turn for
b) turn off
c) turn down
3 Tom has made his money by developing a travel … .
4 Do you believe … all that nonsense? I honestly don’t.
5 I’m not sure … the exact date.
6 She’s not capable … bringing up this child.
7 Steven was born … .
a) without wedlock
b) out of a wedlock
c) out of wedlock
8 Although he has travelled extensively, he has never been … .
a) to the Antipodes
b) at Antipodes
c) to Antipodes
9 At that hour, the street was … as people were fast asleep in bed.
10 Artists struggle with the conflict between … their own talent and knowledge that very few succeed.
a) faith in
b) neglect of
c) dissolution to
11 My house isn’t difficult to find. It’s … the high school.
12 A lot of my friends have … smoking in the last year.
a) put off
b) given up
c) held back
13 Please tell me … there is anything special that you would like to eat.
14 I’m making you responsible for this report. Please see … it that it is finished on time.
15 Olivia suggested … to the cinema together.
a) that we should go
b) us to go
c) we are going
16 It will be mostly cloudy, with … of rain in the west.
17 I … of people who smoke.
18 Jane bought a new … for the party.
19 When the organization got a new computer, we had to … a programming course.
20 This history lesson seemed to go … .
a) over and over
b) on and on
c) off and on
21 I know her by …, but I don’t what her name is.
22 The bus burst into … but the driver managed to escape.
23 I know Jane is slow … understanding, but please be patient.
24 I’ll be absent … class this week.
25 It gives me … to introduce her.
a) great pleasure
b) a great pleasure
c) much pleasures
26 They … in Germany for more than two years now.
a) were staying
b) are staying
c) have been staying
27 Look, I’m not drunk. I am as … as a judge.
28 The working atmosphere has gone downhill. You have a lot to … for.
29 That incident happened because of the … of the employees.
30 “A sore point” means:
a) a very dangerous crossroads
b) a matter that irritates or hurts when it is brought up
c) a blister on a foot
1 a 2 c 3 b 4 a 5 b 6 a 7 c 8 a 9 b 10 a
11 b 12 b 13 c 14 c 15 a 16 b 17 c 18 a 19 a 20 b
21 a 22 c 23 b 24 a 25 a 26 c 27 b 28 c 29 b 30 b
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