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Listening exercise to do: Why do cities make us rude? (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English) and why does the countryside help you relax? Do you prefer the countryside or the big city? a village or a city?
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USE OF ENGLISH. Fill in the numbered gaps with appropriate words. Here are 10 of the missing words: way , client , from , to , complaining , accompanied , made , food , about , except
Solutions in the next post
SOLUTIONS to the exercises in the previous post:
Passive sentence into the active voice: Authorities expect hundreds of millions of people to be on the move this week.
A>> 1. of 2. to, about 3.to 4. from 5. for 6. from 7. with 8. for 9. about 10. in
B>> 1. complaints 2. barking 3.neighbourhood 4. defence 5. cruelty 6. intention 7. understanding 8. guilty 9. permission 10. decision