I feel like my mind's completely blocked, I'm terribly nervous because I have a competition tomorrow. Could you help me solve this? I'm so nervous I can't think and I'd greatly appreciate it!

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Vegetarianism

Vegetarians don't eat any meat, fish or poultry, and they avoid foods with animal products in

( 0 ) them . Some people avoid red meat but they include chicken and fish ( 1)________

their diet. These are often people who recognize (2)_____________health benefits of a

vegetarian diet, but who find they can't ( 3 )____________ up meat completely. This halfway position is sometimes taken by people who are making the change ( 4 )_______

a completely vegetarian diet. Vegans go one step further ( 5 )______________other

vegetarians, avoiding all foods of animal origin, such as dairy produce, eggs and honey.

Vegetarians are growing in number. ( 6)_____________estimated seven per cent of British

people are now vegetarian, and there are a ( 7 )______________many others who only eat

meat occasionally. In the ( 8 ) _______________few years, food manufacturers have

expanded their vegetarian ranges, and it has ( 9 )______________a lot easier to choose an

animal-free diet. Many restaurants also now offer wide variety ( 10 )_____________

vegetarian dishes.

People might choose a vegetarian diet ( 11)_____________ moral or health reasons,

( 12)_____________ both. Some vegetarians simply don't like the idea of eating other

creatures, and they may dislike the conditions in ( 13 )____________._ many animals are

kept before (14 )_______________killed for food. Others may have become vegetarians

( 15 )_______________of the health benefits.
You need to realize that our practice here is to help you, not do the work for you. You've made a good start on the exercise, so how about doing the rest and we'll make any corrections, and explain the differences.
Good idea, Phillip, so I will leave my first suggestions.
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I feel like my mind's completely blocked, I'm terribly nervous because I have a competition tomorrow. Could you help me solve this? I'm so nervous I can't think and I'd greatly appreciate it!

Sorry about any typos, it was scanned Emotion: smile

Read the text carefully and write the word which best fits each space. Use only one word in each space. There is an example at the beginning ( 0 ).

Vegetarianism

Vegetarians don't eat any meat, fish or poultry, and they avoid foods with animal products in

( 0 ) them . Some people avoid red meat but they include chicken and fish ( 1)__IN______

their diet. These are often people who recognize (2)____THE_________health benefits of a

vegetarian diet, but who find they can't ( 3 )___GIVE________ up meat completely.

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I've already solved some of it myself. It's a practice exam I found online, from earlier years. I know you're here to help and I really, really need the help. You wouldn't be solving the REAL exam, it's just something I've been practicing with. As I said, I've already solved some of them (the first two or three). I could try the rest now. I'd appreciate if you'd tell me the correct answer.

Vegetarians don't eat any meat, fish or poultry, and they avoid foods with animal products in

( 0 ) them . Some people avoid red meat but they include chicken and fish ( 1) meat (but why would it be the same?)

their diet. These are often people who recognize (2) the health benefits of a

vegetarian diet, but who find they can't ( 3 ) give up meat completely. This halfway position is sometimes taken by people who are making the change ( 4 ) to/towards a completely vegetarian diet. Vegans go one step further ( 5 )than other

vegetarians, avoiding all foods of animal origin, such as dairy produce, eggs and honey.

Vegetarians are growing in number. ( 6)An estimated seven per cent of British

people are now vegetarian, and there are a ( 7 )_______?_____many others who only eat

meat occasionally. In the ( 8 )last few years, food manufacturers have

expanded their vegetarian ranges, and it has ( 9 ) become a lot easier to choose an

animal-free diet. Many restaurants also now offer wide variety ( 10 )of

vegetarian dishes.

People might choose a vegetarian diet ( 11)for (hmm...) moral or health reasons,

( 12)or both. Some vegetarians simply don't like the idea of eating other

creatures, and they may dislike the conditions in ( 13 )which many animals are

kept before (14 )being killed for food. Others may have become vegetarians

( 15 )because of the health benefits.

It seems a lot easier when I'm stressing less, but I know there are mistakes in there.
Astraea1709I've already solved some of it myself. It's a practice exam I found online, from earlier years. I know you're here to help and I really, really need the help. You wouldn't be solving the REAL exam, it's just something I've been practicing with. As I said, I've already solved some of them (the first two or three). I could try the rest now. I'd appreciate if you'd tell me the correct answer.

Vegetarians don't eat any meat, fish or poultry, and they avoid foods with animal products in

( 0 ) them . Some people avoid red meat but they include chicken and fish ( 1) meat (but why would it be the same?)

in their diet. These are often people who recognize (2) the health benefits of a

vegetarian diet, but who find they can't ( 3 ) give up meat completely. This halfway position is sometimes taken by people who are making the change ( 4 ) to/towards a completely vegetarian diet. Vegans go one step further ( 5 )than other

vegetarians, avoiding all foods of animal origin, such as dairy produce, eggs and honey.

Vegetarians are growing in number. ( 6)An estimated seven per cent of British

people are now vegetarian, and there are a ( 7 ) great many others who only eat

meat occasionally. In the ( 8 )last few years, food manufacturers have

expanded their vegetarian ranges, and it has ( 9 ) become a lot easier to choose an

animal-free diet. Many restaurants also now offer wide variety ( 10 )of

vegetarian dishes.

People might choose a vegetarian diet ( 11)for moral or health reasons,

( 12)or both. Some vegetarians simply don't like the idea of eating other

creatures, and they may dislike the conditions in ( 13 )which many animals are

kept before (14 )being killed for food. Others may have become vegetarians

( 15 )because of the health benefits.

It seems a lot easier when I'm stressing less, but I know there are mistakes in there.

Very few mistakes. Take your time so you don't become stressed!
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