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… to the theatre for ages
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A motorbike …….. a car
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While we …… on the high street, a man came
up to us
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When we lived in Paris, she …. to work every day
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I …… know him, a very long time ago
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By 2020, they …
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Marbella is a beautiful city … the sea
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I need your decisión… 8 o’clock
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The …… of the newspapers were full of the
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Luggage …… at the airport is impossible these
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The government is planning to …… taxes again
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There …. unneeded furniture in the living-room
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Which one doesn’t fit?
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If you had asked me…. to the cinema with you
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I told him….
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I sincerely regret…
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It is high time
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Why don’t you stop…
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My brother denied….
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53.- Confusing words
I have…. him since I was a little girl
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He….us that he would be here later
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We met when we were…an exam
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It doesn’t …if we arrive a bit late
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They…..a lot of money on the lottery
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Do you see the guy…..the dark glasses?
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….me to take an umbrella when I leave
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I suddenly…..that she was wearing my jacket
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He spends all his time….me, because he owes
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We are…some visitors this weekend
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It wasn’t necessary to meet me at the airport yesterday
You me at the airport yesterday
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It was unkind of you to talk to her like that
You to her like that
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I saw the film although I strongly dislike thrillers
I saw the film in thrillers
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“Did you write a note for Anna?” I asked my mother
I asked my mother . a note for Anna
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He gave me the money first, and then he left.
He left the money
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I don’t find it difficult to get up early any more.
I up early.
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People say Greek is a difficult language to learn
Greek difficult language to learn.
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The police was investigating the crime.
The crime the police.
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Without your help, I would never have managed.
If , I would never have managed
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The manager made the employees stay late.
The employees by the manager
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Mary is slower at doing things than Jill.
Mary is Jill is.
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You were late, so you missed the match.
If you hadn’t missed the match.
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I am sorry I forgot your birthday.
I your birthday.
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I advised him to stop smoking.
I stop smoking.
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I don’t want Mary to come to the wedding
I’d rather to the wedding
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The police caught the pickpockets easily
Police the pickpockets
Read the text below. For questions 1-10, choose the answer (A, B, C or D) which you think fits best according to the text.
The world’s scientists have given their harsh warning yet that failure to cut greenhouse gas emissions will bring devastating climate change within a few decades. As droughts affect more areas for more prolonged periods, it is estimated that global food production will fall by 10%. Conversely, we are experiencing more powerful hurricanes which result in both human tragedy and costly damage to infrastructure. There are dire predictions of 80 million people being exposed to malaria and 2,5 billion to dengue fever.
The 2007 report the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)* concludes that average temperatures could increase by as much as 6,4°C by the end of the century if emissions continue to rise at the present rate. However, they do concede that a rise of 4°C is more likely. The forecast is still higher than previous estimates because scientists have discovered that the Earth is less able to absorb carbon dioxide than previously believed.
What would a 4°C increase in temperature mean? According to the IPCC, it would wipe out hundreds of species, bring extreme food and water shortages in vulnerable countries and hundreds of millions of people would be displaced as a result of catastrophic flooding. As warming is likely to be more severe towards the poles, the melting of the Greenland and west Antarctic ice sheets would accelerate.
Dr. Wainwright explained that the 2007 report painted a gloomier picture than the 2001 report because scientists have discovered “feedbacks” in the global carbon cycle that seem to be adding to the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and producing a cumulative effect. She goes on to suggest that this could mean at least another 1°C should be added to present estimates. Moreover, Dr. Wainwright concludes that there is little room for doubt that human activity is to blame for the global warming.
However, Mark Gibson of Environment Watch goes to great lengths to point out that such an outcome is not inevitable. If there were a significant switch to clean and resource efficient technologies, we should cut expected temperature rises by half. He stresses that what is needed is international political commitment to take action – something which has been absent so far.
79.- The greenhouse gas emissions
80.- Global food production
81.- The powerful hurricanes
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83.- If temperature increases
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