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  1. J. Joyce and T.S. Eliot are great writers, but ________________ is easy to read.
  2. Never __________________ the film, I can’t say whether it’s any good.

3. The book doesn’t lend _____________________ adapted for television.

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  1. You can usually trust Sheila to get the job done. RELIED
Sheila _____________________________________________ to get the job done.
  1. He always refused to behave deferentially to the senior partners. TREAT
He would ___________________________________________ respect they were due.
  1. If you hadn’t changed our original agreement, everything would have been fine. STUCK
Had __________________________________________________ agreed, everything would have been fine.



For years ‘bogus’ was a word the British read in newspaper headlines but tended not to say. Its popularity among the teenagers of America changed that, although they didn’t use with its original meaning. It came from the Wild West. Its first appearance in print, in 1827, was in the Telegraph of Painesville, Ohio, where it meant a machine for making (1) ______________________ of coins. Soon, those ‘boguses’ were turning out ‘bogus money’ and the word had (2) _______________________ a change from noun to adjective. By the end of 19th century, it was well-established in Britain, applied to anything false, spurious or intentionally (3) ______________________. French word ‘bagasse’, meaning the refuse from sugar-cane production.




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Hi Layla,

Can you give it a try, first?

Clive
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Yes I can

1. ............... but their poetry is easy to read

2. Never watching the film..

3. I have no idea

Sheila is a person reliable to ge the job done.

He would always treat them without respect they were due.

With Stuck I don't know
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  1. . Joyce and T.S. Eliot are great writers, but not one of them __ is easy to read.
  2. Never __having watched________________ the film, I can’t say whether it’s any good.
3. The book doesn’t lend ___itself to being __________________ adapted for television.

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  1. You can usually trust Sheila to get the job done. RELIED
Sheila can usually be relied on_ to get the job done.
  1. He always refused to behave deferentially to the senior partners. TREAT
He would not treat them with the __ respect they were due.
  1. If you hadn’t changed our original agreement, everything would have been fine. STUCK
Had _____________you stuck to what we originally _______ agreed, everything would have been fine.



For years ‘bogus’ was a word the British read in newspaper headlines but tended not to say. Its popularity among the teenagers of America changed that, although they didn’t use with its original meaning. It came from the Wild West. Its first appearance in print, in 1827, was in the Telegraph of Painesville, Ohio, where it meant a machine for making (1) ___forgeries ___________________ of coins. Soon, those ‘boguses’ were turning out ‘bogus money’ and the word had (2) _______undergone______________ a change from noun to adjective. By the end of 19th century, it was well-established in Britain, applied to anything false, spurious or intentionally (3) __misleading____________________. French word ‘bagasse’, meaning the refuse from sugar-cane production.




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layla1234
  1. J. Joyce and T.S. Eliot are great writers, but ________________ is easy to read.
  2. Never __________________ the film, I can’t say whether it’s any good.

3. The book doesn’t lend _____________________ adapted for television.

.
  1. You can usually trust Sheila to get the job done. RELIED
Sheila _____________________________________________ to get the job done.
  1. He always refused to behave deferentially to the senior partners. TREAT
He would ___________________________________________ respect they were due.
  1. If you hadn’t changed our original agreement, everything would have been fine. STUCK
Had __________________________________________________ agreed, everything would have been fine.


For years ‘bogus’ was a word the British read in newspaper headlines but tended not to say. Its popularity among the teenagers of America changed that, although they didn’t use with its original meaning. It came from the Wild West. Its first appearance in print, in 1827, was in the Telegraph of Painesville, Ohio, where it meant a machine for making (1) ______________________ of coins. Soon, those ‘boguses’ were turning out ‘bogus money’ and the word had (2) _______________________ a change from noun to adjective. By the end of 19th century, it was well-established in Britain, applied to anything false, spurious or intentionally (3) ______________________. French word ‘bagasse’, meaning the refuse from sugar-cane production.


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layla1234
  1. J. Joyce and T.S. Eliot are great writers, but ________________ is easy to read.
  2. Never __________________ the film, I can’t say whether it’s any good.

3. The book doesn’t lend _____________________ adapted for television.

.
  1. You can usually trust Sheila to get the job done. RELIED
Sheila _____________________________________________ to get the job done.
  1. He always refused to behave deferentially to the senior partners. TREAT
He would ___________________________________________ respect they were due.
  1. If you hadn’t changed our original agreement, everything would have been fine. STUCK
Had __________________________________________________ agreed, everything would have been fine.


For years ‘bogus’ was a word the British read in newspaper headlines but tended not to say. Its popularity among the teenagers of America changed that, although they didn’t use with its original meaning. It came from the Wild West. Its first appearance in print, in 1827, was in the Telegraph of Painesville, Ohio, where it meant a machine for making (1) ______________________ of coins. Soon, those ‘boguses’ were turning out ‘bogus money’ and the word had (2) _______________________ a change from noun to adjective. By the end of 19th century, it was well-established in Britain, applied to anything false, spurious or intentionally (3) ______________________. French word ‘bagasse’, meaning the refuse from sugar-cane production.


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layla1234
  1. J. Joyce and T.S. Eliot are great writers, but ________________ is easy to read.
  2. Never __________________ the film, I can’t say whether it’s any good.

3. The book doesn’t lend _____________________ adapted for television.

.
  1. You can usually trust Sheila to get the job done. RELIED
Sheila _____________________________________________ to get the job done.
  1. He always refused to behave deferentially to the senior partners. TREAT
He would ___________________________________________ respect they were due.
  1. If you hadn’t changed our original agreement, everything would have been fine. STUCK
Had __________________________________________________ agreed, everything would have been fine.


For years ‘bogus’ was a word the British read in newspaper headlines but tended not to say. Its popularity among the teenagers of America changed that, although they didn’t use with its original meaning. It came from the Wild West. Its first appearance in print, in 1827, was in the Telegraph of Painesville, Ohio, where it meant a machine for making (1) ______________________ of coins. Soon, those ‘boguses’ were turning out ‘bogus money’ and the word had (2) _______________________ a change from noun to adjective. By the end of 19th century, it was well-established in Britain, applied to anything false, spurious or intentionally (3) ______________________. French word ‘bagasse’, meaning the refuse from sugar-cane production.


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layla1234
  1. J. Joyce and T.S. Eliot are great writers, but ________________ is easy to read.
  2. Never __________________ the film, I can’t say whether it’s any good.

3. The book doesn’t lend _____________________ adapted for television.

.
  1. You can usually trust Sheila to get the job done. RELIED
Sheila _____________________________________________ to get the job done.
  1. He always refused to behave deferentially to the senior partners. TREAT
He would ___________________________________________ respect they were due.
  1. If you hadn’t changed our original agreement, everything would have been fine. STUCK
Had __________________________________________________ agreed, everything would have been fine.


For years ‘bogus’ was a word the British read in newspaper headlines but tended not to say. Its popularity among the teenagers of America changed that, although they didn’t use with its original meaning. It came from the Wild West. Its first appearance in print, in 1827, was in the Telegraph of Painesville, Ohio, where it meant a machine for making (1) ______________________ of coins. Soon, those ‘boguses’ were turning out ‘bogus money’ and the word had (2) _______________________ a change from noun to adjective. By the end of 19th century, it was well-established in Britain, applied to anything false, spurious or intentionally (3) ______________________. French word ‘bagasse’, meaning the refuse from sugar-cane production.


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layla1234
  1. J. Joyce and T.S. Eliot are great writers, but ________________ is easy to read.
  2. Never __________________ the film, I can’t say whether it’s any good.

3. The book doesn’t lend _____________________ adapted for television.

.
  1. You can usually trust Sheila to get the job done. RELIED
Sheila _____________________________________________ to get the job done.
  1. He always refused to behave deferentially to the senior partners. TREAT
He would ___________________________________________ respect they were due.
  1. If you hadn’t changed our original agreement, everything would have been fine. STUCK
Had __________________________________________________ agreed, everything would have been fine.


For years ‘bogus’ was a word the British read in newspaper headlines but tended not to say. Its popularity among the teenagers of America changed that, although they didn’t use with its original meaning. It came from the Wild West. Its first appearance in print, in 1827, was in the Telegraph of Painesville, Ohio, where it meant a machine for making (1) ______________________ of coins. Soon, those ‘boguses’ were turning out ‘bogus money’ and the word had (2) _______________________ a change from noun to adjective. By the end of 19th century, it was well-established in Britain, applied to anything false, spurious or intentionally (3) ______________________. French word ‘bagasse’, meaning the refuse from sugar-cane production.


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layla1234
  1. J. Joyce and T.S. Eliot are great writers, but ________________ is easy to read.
  2. Never __________________ the film, I can’t say whether it’s any good.

3. The book doesn’t lend _____________________ adapted for television.

.
  1. You can usually trust Sheila to get the job done. RELIED
Sheila _____________________________________________ to get the job done.
  1. He always refused to behave deferentially to the senior partners. TREAT
He would ___________________________________________ respect they were due.
  1. If you hadn’t changed our original agreement, everything would have been fine. STUCK
Had __________________________________________________ agreed, everything would have been fine.


For years ‘bogus’ was a word the British read in newspaper headlines but tended not to say. Its popularity among the teenagers of America changed that, although they didn’t use with its original meaning. It came from the Wild West. Its first appearance in print, in 1827, was in the Telegraph of Painesville, Ohio, where it meant a machine for making (1) ______________________ of coins. Soon, those ‘boguses’ were turning out ‘bogus money’ and the word had (2) _______________________ a change from noun to adjective. By the end of 19th century, it was well-established in Britain, applied to anything false, spurious or intentionally (3) ______________________. French word ‘bagasse’, meaning the refuse from sugar-cane production.


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layla1234
  1. J. Joyce and T.S. Eliot are great writers, but ________________ is easy to read.
  2. Never __________________ the film, I can’t say whether it’s any good.

3. The book doesn’t lend _____________________ adapted for television.

.
  1. You can usually trust Sheila to get the job done. RELIED
Sheila _____________________________________________ to get the job done.
  1. He always refused to behave deferentially to the senior partners. TREAT
He would ___________________________________________ respect they were due.
  1. If you hadn’t changed our original agreement, everything would have been fine. STUCK
Had __________________________________________________ agreed, everything would have been fine.


For years ‘bogus’ was a word the British read in newspaper headlines but tended not to say. Its popularity among the teenagers of America changed that, although they didn’t use with its original meaning. It came from the Wild West. Its first appearance in print, in 1827, was in the Telegraph of Painesville, Ohio, where it meant a machine for making (1) ______________________ of coins. Soon, those ‘boguses’ were turning out ‘bogus money’ and the word had (2) _______________________ a change from noun to adjective. By the end of 19th century, it was well-established in Britain, applied to anything false, spurious or intentionally (3) ______________________. French word ‘bagasse’, meaning the refuse from sugar-cane production.


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layla1234
  1. J. Joyce and T.S. Eliot are great writers, but ________________ is easy to read.
  2. Never __________________ the film, I can’t say whether it’s any good.

3. The book doesn’t lend _____________________ adapted for television.

.
  1. You can usually trust Sheila to get the job done. RELIED
Sheila _____________________________________________ to get the job done.
  1. He always refused to behave deferentially to the senior partners. TREAT
He would ___________________________________________ respect they were due.
  1. If you hadn’t changed our original agreement, everything would have been fine. STUCK
Had __________________________________________________ agreed, everything would have been fine.


For years ‘bogus’ was a word the British read in newspaper headlines but tended not to say. Its popularity among the teenagers of America changed that, although they didn’t use with its original meaning. It came from the Wild West. Its first appearance in print, in 1827, was in the Telegraph of Painesville, Ohio, where it meant a machine for making (1) ______________________ of coins. Soon, those ‘boguses’ were turning out ‘bogus money’ and the word had (2) _______________________ a change from noun to adjective. By the end of 19th century, it was well-established in Britain, applied to anything false, spurious or intentionally (3) ______________________. French word ‘bagasse’, meaning the refuse from sugar-cane production.


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layla1234
  1. J. Joyce and T.S. Eliot are great writers, but ________________ is easy to read.
  2. Never __________________ the film, I can’t say whether it’s any good.

3. The book doesn’t lend _____________________ adapted for television.

.
  1. You can usually trust Sheila to get the job done. RELIED
Sheila _____________________________________________ to get the job done.
  1. He always refused to behave deferentially to the senior partners. TREAT
He would ___________________________________________ respect they were due.
  1. If you hadn’t changed our original agreement, everything would have been fine. STUCK
Had __________________________________________________ agreed, everything would have been fine.


For years ‘bogus’ was a word the British read in newspaper headlines but tended not to say. Its popularity among the teenagers of America changed that, although they didn’t use with its original meaning. It came from the Wild West. Its first appearance in print, in 1827, was in the Telegraph of Painesville, Ohio, where it meant a machine for making (1) ______________________ of coins. Soon, those ‘boguses’ were turning out ‘bogus money’ and the word had (2) _______________________ a change from noun to adjective. By the end of 19th century, it was well-established in Britain, applied to anything false, spurious or intentionally (3) ______________________. French word ‘bagasse’, meaning the refuse from sugar-cane production.


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layla1234
  1. J. Joyce and T.S. Eliot are great writers, but ________________ is easy to read.
  2. Never __________________ the film, I can’t say whether it’s any good.

3. The book doesn’t lend _____________________ adapted for television.

.
  1. You can usually trust Sheila to get the job done. RELIED
Sheila _____________________________________________ to get the job done.
  1. He always refused to behave deferentially to the senior partners. TREAT
He would ___________________________________________ respect they were due.
  1. If you hadn’t changed our original agreement, everything would have been fine. STUCK
Had __________________________________________________ agreed, everything would have been fine.


For years ‘bogus’ was a word the British read in newspaper headlines but tended not to say. Its popularity among the teenagers of America changed that, although they didn’t use with its original meaning. It came from the Wild West. Its first appearance in print, in 1827, was in the Telegraph of Painesville, Ohio, where it meant a machine for making (1) ______________________ of coins. Soon, those ‘boguses’ were turning out ‘bogus money’ and the word had (2) _______________________ a change from noun to adjective. By the end of 19th century, it was well-established in Britain, applied to anything false, spurious or intentionally (3) ______________________. French word ‘bagasse’, meaning the refuse from sugar-cane production.


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layla1234
  1. J. Joyce and T.S. Eliot are great writers, but ________________ is easy to read.
  2. Never __________________ the film, I can’t say whether it’s any good.

3. The book doesn’t lend _____________________ adapted for television.

.
  1. You can usually trust Sheila to get the job done. RELIED
Sheila _____________________________________________ to get the job done.
  1. He always refused to behave deferentially to the senior partners. TREAT
He would ___________________________________________ respect they were due.
  1. If you hadn’t changed our original agreement, everything would have been fine. STUCK
Had __________________________________________________ agreed, everything would have been fine.


For years ‘bogus’ was a word the British read in newspaper headlines but tended not to say. Its popularity among the teenagers of America changed that, although they didn’t use with its original meaning. It came from the Wild West. Its first appearance in print, in 1827, was in the Telegraph of Painesville, Ohio, where it meant a machine for making (1) ______________________ of coins. Soon, those ‘boguses’ were turning out ‘bogus money’ and the word had (2) _______________________ a change from noun to adjective. By the end of 19th century, it was well-established in Britain, applied to anything false, spurious or intentionally (3) ______________________. French word ‘bagasse’, meaning the refuse from sugar-cane production.


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