Exercise on English Academic Vocabulary

Advanced Vocabulary Test 137 / out of 250 Exercises (2500 English Academic Words)

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  1. Business analysts fear that the sudden rise in oil prices may spark a if prices are not brought under control.
  2. He has been of murder in the death of his business partner.
  3. I felt a lot of when I did my presentation.
  4. I've been having some problems at work with my boss, but I'm sure I'll be able to the situation.
  5. Our fishing lines got all up when we were bringing them in.
  6. Sophie got an itchy on her arms and face after using a new soap she bought.
  7. The crowd burst into applause when the Queen appeared on the balcony.
  8. The Prime Minister has a former backbencher to the position of Minister of the Environment.
  9. They originally came to San Francisco from Hong Kong, but ended up in Pasadena.
  10. When I was little, I used to enjoy riding my bicycle up and down the dirt behind our house with my friends.

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