Exercise on English Academic Vocabulary

Advanced Vocabulary Test 51 / out of 250 Exercises (2500 English Academic Words)

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   punctual      endorse      ample      Minister      rituals      behalf      convenient      report    allocate    charged   
  1. Did you see the news about the big car accident on the highway last night?
  2. He was always very , so we knew something was wrong when he still hadn't shown up ten minutes into the meeting.
  3. I would like to thank you on of myself and my colleagues.
  4. Many of these were practiced by the people long before Christianity came to the region.
  5. Police have him with theft.
  6. The of Education has announced an increase to the education budget for next year.
  7. The government has agreed to funds for the restoration of the old town.
  8. The students had time to do the test, and most finished with plenty of time to spare.
  9. Using the Internet to do your banking is very , but I'm not sure how secure it actually is.
  10. You need to this check before you can cash it.

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