Exercise on English Academic Vocabulary

Advanced Vocabulary Test 188 / out of 250 Exercises (2500 English Academic Words)

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  1. Crabs are ; they eat decaying matter, thereby helping to clean up the ocean.
  2. He punched me in the , and knocked the wind out of me.
  3. I thought I was buying a native Indian carving, but discovered later that it was machine-made.
  4. Make sure you read all the different in the contract before signing it.
  5. Please make sure you your child's name to all the clothing that he or she brings to camp.
  6. The sound difference between the vowels /ou/ and /u/ in French can be difficult for English speakers to hear.
  7. The first African arrived in the U.S. in 1619, and were imported to work on tobacco plantations.
  8. The small boys were having a race down the side of the hill.
  9. Too many people suits and ties with respectability. Some of the most dishonest people I've ever met were always very well dressed.
  10. You are trying to do too many things at once. It would be better to just on one thing in order to do it properly.

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