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A friend of mine and I are preparing for cae exam together. We had some arguments about which is correct. What I'm hopping to read from you is why is something this way or another.

1. Migraines are far more _______ than headaches, and attacks may last for hours to three days. (able)

2. If you have a prediscribed drog from your doctor, it is important to take the treatment as soon as possible after the ________ of an attck. (set)

3. _________ jogging on the spot or limbering up - it gives the message that you can't wait to get on the pitch. (try, go, make, play)

4. ______________ (see, watch, look, observe) your team mates right in the eye and smile. But don't ____________ (make, do, offer, give) them a huge fixed grin or they'll think you're desperate.

5. Since the 1970s gorillas have suffered severly from war and poaching. Now for 150$ each, tourists can be lead throug the forest and _____________ (come, reach, progress, meet) within five meters of a gorilla - no closer for a risk of transmitting diseases such as measles and flu.

6. At this moment, my friends from vet shool are reading the best way to _________ (prescribe, treat, heal, operate) a cat or dog, and here am I planning to translocate elephants.

7. In hi snew book, Robert Thayer, profesor of psychology, _________ (brings, gives, puts, calls) forward a new theory about what to do to change our moods and why.

That's about all for now. I believe we'll have a lot more questions for you. So, stay tuned! Thank you in advance!
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Hi,

1. Migraines are far more disabling than headaches, and attacks may last for hours to three days. (able)

2. If you have a preprescribed drug from your doctor, it is important to take the treatment medication as soon as possible after the _onset of an attack. (set)

Best wishes, Clive
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AnonymousA friend of mine and I are preparing for cae exam together. We had some arguments about which is correct. What I'm hopping to read from you is why is something this way or another.

1. Migraines are far more _______ than headaches, and attacks may last for hours to three days. (able)

2. If you have a prediscribed drog from your doctor, it is important to take the treatment as soon as possible after the ________ of an attck. (set)

3. _________ jogging on the spot or limbering up - it gives the message that you can't wait to get on the pitch. (try, go, make, play)

4. ______________ (see, watch, look, observe) your team mates right in the eye and smile. But don't ____________ (make, do, offer, give) them a huge fixed grin or they'll think you're desperate.

5. Since the 1970s gorillas have suffered severly from war and poaching. Now for 150$ each, tourists can be lead throug the forest and _____________ (come, reach, progress, meet) within five meters of a gorilla - no closer for a risk of transmitting diseases such as measles and flu.

6. At this moment, my friends from vet shool are reading the best way to _________ (prescribe, treat, heal, operate) a cat or dog, and here am I planning to translocate elephants.

7. In hi snew book, Robert Thayer, profesor of psychology, _________ (brings, gives, puts, calls) forward a new theory about what to do to change our moods and why.

That's about all for now. I believe we'll have a lot more questions for you. So, stay tuned! Thank you in advance!

These sentences have a lot of errors. Also, I am wondering if the "bold" prints are your answers, some don't make too much sense. You need to clean them up with your answers in the blanks.
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In first two sentences we just have a guess what the meaning should be. First: 'able' should be transformed into an adjective with negative meaning. Something that makes you less able. Has it got something to do with 'disability'? Migraines are far more intens, than headaches.

In second sentence - you have to transform 'set' into a word that means 'starting of an attack' - as we understood it. Could it be 'setting of an attack'? It doesn't seem right to me, but I have no other idea.

And, yes, the bold prints are our guesses. We're just not sure if they are right or not. As for the spelling errors - I do have a problem with that, but it's also my keyboard that makes them often. It is very hard, you have to hit it if you want anything to type, and somethimes I don't check after I already typed something.
 Clive's reply was promoted to an answer.