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Hi dear friends. There is a quiz from book "English Advanced Vocabulary and structure practise"by Maciej Matacek. It's preparing for the ESOL Certificate in Advanced (CAE) (Cambridge University) . It implies an advanced level. I hope it would be useful. Have fun.


1. Although Mrs Parker was bitterly jelaous her friends's higher wages in the company, she managed to avoid making sharp comments.
2. The committee doesn't support any immediate changes. They say modifications should be introduced step step.
3. The landlord was very generous to us. All that we consumed in his inn was the house.
4. We can't give up. Now that we have gone through the most difficult part of the route we must reach Khartoum any cost.
5. If you had informed us advance that you wouldn't be giving any seminar we wouldn't have gone to the trouble of making all the necessary arrangements.
6. Jack has great interest Unidentified Flying Objects seems quite odd to his friends, but the boy considers it an absorbing hobby.
7. What unavoidable makes me angry Frank is his inability to take prompt decisions (there are two correct answers possible).
8. The football star is going to spend holidays in a secluded place where he expects to hide the curious journalists and photographers.
9. All the candidates, except Mr Jenkins, have scored the required number of points.
10. Customers used to complain about the high prices of food, meat particular.
11. Learning this long definition heart, at first, seemed an impossible task. But, finally, I was successfull memorizing it.
12. Insted a long speech at the beginning of the meeting, the chairman only gave a short welcome to all the participiants.
13. Only Mark was keen going fishing early in the morning. The rest of the company felt too tired after their long journey.
14. Tell the children to stop fooling around or I'll lose my patience them.
15.There is no difference price these two printers.
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I don't understand #15.
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Hi, Mr.Micawber. I have corrected it. Thank you for noticing.
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Its a really good test. Thank you. I want to learn more about phrases. Please help me.
6. Jack has (Jack's) great interest in Unidentified Flying Objects seems quite odd to his friends, but the boy considers it an absorbing hobby.
7. What unavoidable (unavoidably) makes me angry with Frank is his inability to take prompt decisions (there are two correct answers possible).

I noticed some typos in some of the sentences. I put my suggestions in brackets, for all it's worth.
I think it means that the two printers cost the same amount of money:)
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12 out of 17. I also noticed the mistakes in #6 and #7 which confused me too.

Cheers

LB
FandorinHi dear friends. There is a quiz from book "English Advanced Vocabulary and structure practise"by Maciej Matacek. It's preparing for the ESOL Certificate in Advanced (CAE) (Cambridge University) . It implies an advanced level. I hope it would be useful. Have fun.1. Although Mrs Parker was bitterly jelaous Selectofforinwithonatbybetweenfrom her friends's higher wages in the company, she managed to avoid making sharp comments. 2. The committee doesn't support any immediate changes. They say modifications should be introduced step Selectbyinbetweenatforofonwithfrom step.3. The landlord was very generous to us. All that we consumed in his inn was Selectofinfromonbetweenwithforatby the house.4. We can't give up. Now that we have gone through the most difficult part of the route we must reach Khartoum Selectofbyfromonforatinbetweenwith any cost.5. If you had informed us Selectofbyatforwithinonfrombetween advance that you wouldn't be giving any seminar we wouldn't have gone to the trouble of making all the necessary arrangements.6. Jack has great interest Selectofbyatforwithinonfrombetween Unidentified Flying Objects seems quite odd to his friends, but the boy considers it an absorbing hobby.7. What unavoidable makes me angry Selectfrominofonwithbetweenforatby Frank is his inability to take prompt decisions (there are two correct answers possible).8. The football star is going to spend holidays in a secluded place where he expects to hide Selectbyofwithinatfrombetweenonfor the curious journalists and photographers.9. All the candidates, except Selectforbetweenwithatinfromofbyon Mr Jenkins, have scored the required number of points.10. Customers used to complain about the high prices of food, meat Selectofbyatforwithinonfrombetween particular.11. Learning this long definition Selectbyinbetweenatforofonwithfrom heart, at first, seemed an impossible task. But, finally, I was successfull Selectofbyatforwithinonfrombetween memorizing it.12. Insted Selectofforinwithonatbybetweenfrom a long speech at the beginning of the meeting, the chairman only gave a short welcome to all the participiants.13. Only Mark was keen Selectofinfromonbetweenwithforatby going fishing early in the morning. The rest of the company felt too tired after their long journey.14. Tell the children to stop fooling around or I'll lose my patience Selectfrominofonwithbetweenforatby them.15.There is no difference Selectofbyatforwithinonfrombetween price Selectonforbybetweenfromofinwithat these two printers.
You scored 14 out of 17
I think that this is a good start..hehe.
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