language in use 3 earthquakes

language in use 3 earthquakes

language in use 3 earthquakes
... LANGUAGE IN USE LU3 Earthquakes - Choose the words that best fit into the blanks Earthquakes are the most destructive (1) natural disasters They usually (2) hit without any warning and ... death of its (15) inhabitants (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) ( 23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30 ) nature hit fatality overwhelming certainty liveliness potential vast bring escape compound ... warning and result in a great (3) loss of life and an enormous demolition of buildings Additionally, they may cause (4) devastating landslides or create gigantic tidal waves which, in (5) fact, are...
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Language in use beginner tests ( Bài kiểm tra tiếng anh cho người mới bắt đầu )

Language in use beginner tests ( Bài kiểm tra tiếng anh cho người mới bắt đầu )
... Section F (8 marks) Read the text about the singer Buddy Holly and answer the questions Choose A, B or C Are the sentences Right (A) or Wrong (B)? If the information isn’t in the text, choose (C) We ... mountains house / building (tele)phone by floor in / inside shelf 10 lamp 11 desk Bella Carl Andy Carl Section H (Writing): marks for each question Total 18 marks (See marking guide, page 2 8) Overall ... (speaking) 26 Answer key 27 Marking guide: Written tests section H 28 Marking guide: Speaking tests 29 Introduction This booklet contains four Progress tests and one Summary test for the Language in...
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language in use TOEIC TOEFL

language in use  TOEIC  TOEFL
... United 2–1 in an exciting final in Paris tonight Irish striker Billy Keane scored the winning goal in the 86th minute What time of day is it? A Morning B Afternoon C Evening POLICE ARE LOOKING FOR ... a sandy beach in front – and it has its own international airport! During the day, everyone’s on the beach sunbathing, or in the water swimming, sailing, fishing and doing all kinds of water-sports ... weekends up in the mountains.’ 10 A B C D E F G H I J PHOTOCOPIABLE © Cambridge University Press 2001 climbing collecting coins collecting stamps hunting knitting parachute jumping sailing science...
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vocabulary and grammar in use 3 klass

vocabulary and grammar in use 3 klass
... Ann and Mary go home 5) The apples are red 6) The trees are green 7) Tom can ride a car 8) Mary likes oranges 9) My cat sings in the morning 10) Mice live in the field Section 3. 3 3. 3.1 3anonH~ ... skates in the park Does Pete skate iV\ the park? 3) We play in the forest 4) Ann swims in the river 5) Mike rides a bike 6) They play tennis 7) We sing in the garden 8) My friend lives in London 23 ... _ _ In the river 3) I in the forest 4) I in the park 5) I in the field 3. 3.4 Han111w111 CBOlll OTB8Tbl Ha CJleAyt0w,111e BOnpOCbl 1) Do you have breakfast at home? 2) Do you have breakfast In...
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language in use 1 laughter

language in use 1 laughter
... pain Every time a doctor stuck a pin in her hand, she laughed uncontrollably According to Dr Ramachandran, neuroscientist at the University of California at San Diego, the region of her brain involved ... brain involved in sending messages about pain has been disconnected Part of it was saying “Look, That hurts” while the other part was saying “There’s no problem!” As a result the brain sent out ... different types of laughing are “all is well” signals which tell others when a threatening or confusing situation is safe The woman arrived at an Indian hospital with a head injury which appeared...
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language in use 2 tourism in wales

language in use 2 tourism in wales
... LANGUAGE IN USE LU TOURISM IN WALES Fill in the correct words from the list below It is estimated that in north Wales 30 per cent of all jobs can be directly attributed to tourism, but ... prevent local industries from going out of business Unfortunately, tourism also has disadvantages For example, many of the roads in the Snowdonia area are extremely narrow and tourist cars cause traffic ... merchants complain that they make it difficult for them to their work as car parks full up during busy periods and many visitors cause obstructions by parking across gateways etc In addition, in the summer,...
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language in use 4 dinosaurs

language in use 4 dinosaurs
... from happening again All 13 approaching meteors are labeled and monitored by special monitoring stations 14 Luckily, observing astronomers predict that no approaching meteor or comet is going to ... LANGUAGE IN USE Choose the correct word for each blank from the list below! HOW DINOSAURS BECAME EXTINCT Scientists who have recently discovered dinosaur skeletons could ... diameter struck the earth and caused a massive dust cloud The rising dust then created a “blanket” in the atmosphere which prevented approaching solar rays from heating the earth This “Dust Cloud...
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