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    () The people trapped in the elevator were happy when they were told that help was close at

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    () Diane didnt have time to research her report properly, so she just had to use the information

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    () Harriet is 82 years old, but she is still young ( ). She listens to the latest pop music, and

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    () The problem at ( ) is not whether taxes will be raised but how large the increase will be.

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    () The special news report on TV warned residents of Springfield that a tiger was ( ) in the

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    () A: Officer, Im Jill Smith of the Daily News. Do you have any new information about this

    mornings bank robbery?

    B: Not ( ). But if we do get more, well let you know.

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    () Free vacations will be given to three contest winners, all selected at ( ) from a list of over

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    () A: Do you enjoy living in New York, Sundar?

    B: Yes, mostly. But ( ) I miss my family in India. I call them about once a week.

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    () Carl started taking piano lessons from the best teacher in his town, and ( ) he was able to

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    (10) As a result of the heavy traffic, the bus was running behind ( ) this morning.

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    (11) The beauty of the sunset was ( ) description.

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    (12) I met an old friend by ( ) while I was walking down the street. We decided to have lunch

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    (13) When Roger noticed the bicycle coming toward him, he had no time to think. He simply

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    (14) Mark is a sales manager at his company, and he often has to take his clients out for dinner.

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    (15) We know the policeman by ( ), but we dont remember his name.

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    (16) A: Did I tell you I ran into Sally at the supermarket last week?

    B: Sally McKinney from high school? Wow, I havent seen her for ( )!

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    (17) A: I havent seen Carlos for ( ).

    B: Neither have I. Lets drop in at his house after school and see how he is.

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    (18) Jiro studied in Italy for a year and liked it so much that he decided to stay there ( ). Now

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    (19) A: When will you get back, Janet?

    B: Oh, Im not coming back. This time Im leaving Japan for ( ).

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    (20) A: I havent seen Arnold today. Is he sick again?

    B: No one knows ( ) because he hasnt called the office yet.

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    (21) Margaret didnt do very well on yesterdays exam. Shes decided to work much harder ( )

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    (22) All the tickets for todays concert are sold out. We should have bought ours in ( ).

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    (23) Please let us know at least two weeks ( ) if you are going to cancel the trip.

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    (25) After taking the entrance examination, Toshihiro waited in ( ) to see if he would be able to

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    (27) A: Did you talk about the new advertising campaign at the meeting today?

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    (28) A: Could you explain to me in ( ) what the lecture was about?

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    (29) Well have to examine the data from our last experiment in ( ) before we know what went

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    (31) A: Whats the weather like in Brazil, Mario?

    B: Well, in ( ), its warm and humid throughout the year.

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    (32) A: Is there anything ( ) that youd like to have for dinner tonight, Tom?

    B: Lets have pizza. I can help you make it, Mom.

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    (33) Jenny loves playing sports. ( ) particular, she loves tennis and plays every day after school.

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    (34) A: Im going to the grocery store. Is there anything in ( ) you want?

    B: No, thanks.

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    (35) Jerry and Steve work for the same company, but they are in different cities and have only

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    (37) A: Can I talk to you ( )? Its about the surprise party for Tiffany. I dont want her to hear

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    B: Sure. Lets go over there.

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    (38) A: Ive got something important to discuss with you. Is there anywhere we can speak ( )?

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    (39) A: Matt, thank you so much for helping me move. How can I repay you?

    B: Oh, dont be silly. Im your friend, and Im always here to help. I dont want anything ( ).

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    (40) Ted helped me with my homework all day yesterday, so in ( ) I took him to lunch this

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