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Gap-fill exercise

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1. Karen is such a (devo) of rock music that she owns all the best records and knows all about the latest stars.

2. Students make a clear separation between their academic and (soshival) lives in Australia.

3. Another word for sleepiness is (drownpy).

4. If someone is (relurent) to answer a personal question, you probably shouldn’t insist.

5. A person who feels sure he or she is right speaks (decadently).

6. A key (clument) of a good life is good health.

7. Red (envitode) are used for cash gifts among Chinese at ceremonies and on holidays.

8. The Spanish place an (eqant) if not greater emphasis on life outside the office.

9. Americans are very time-oriented; everything is done according to (schuphlete).
10. Nancy is popular among her peers because she has (charismates) such as kindness, generosity and sincerity.

11. I hate to hold a party because I don’t’ know how to (enterlogue) guests although I can serve good food.

12. Ann (percouseed) her husband to stop smoking by showing him many reports on the dangers of tobacco.

13. It’s important to (idenspect) where the problem is before we can solve it.

14. This is not a pre-conceived plan, but a completely (accidictable) one.

15. Many (cendemogue) in their most eye-opening outfit show in the Oscar Award Ceremony every year.