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    Question A few questions...

    Hello.
    Today I got an extra copy to do from my English teacher and I've got a few questions.

    1. The (suspect/convict) was tried and sentenced to five years in prison.
    I know the difference between these 2 words, but I don't know what to put here. I was thinking about suspect, am I right?

    2. to be ...... risk
    Can I put "at" here?

    3. The policeman threatened to ......... the driver if she did not answer his questions.
    A) accuse
    B) suspect
    C) convict
    D) arrest
    I think it's arrest, but I'm not sure.

    4. Jaguars are both fast and beautiful.
    not Jaguars are ................................. also beautiful.
    In this sentence I have no idea what to write.

    5. That boy is so talented that he's bound to succeed.
    such He's .................................... he's bound to succeed.
    Can I write something like: He's such talented that he's bound to succeed?

    6. It's silly to get angry over such an unimportant matter.
    no It's .................................. over such an unimportant matter.
    Here I've no idea too...


    Help me, please.
    Thank you in advance!

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    Default Re: A few questions...

    Quote Originally Posted by bleedingsun View Post
    Hello.
    Today I got an extra copy to do from my English teacher and I've got a few questions.

    1. The (suspect/convict) was tried and sentenced to five years in prison.
    I know the difference between these 2 words, but I don't know what to put here. I was thinking about suspect, am I right?

    2. to be ...... risk
    Can I put "at" here?

    3. The policeman threatened to ......... the driver if she did not answer his questions.
    A) accuse
    B) suspect
    C) convict
    D) arrest
    I think it's arrest, but I'm not sure.

    4. Jaguars are both fast and beautiful.
    not Jaguars are ................................. also beautiful.
    In this sentence I have no idea what to write.

    5. That boy is so talented that he's bound to succeed.
    such He's .................................... he's bound to succeed.
    Can I write something like: He's such talented that he's bound to succeed?

    6. It's silly to get angry over such an unimportant matter.
    no It's .................................. over such an unimportant matter.
    Here I've no idea too...


    Help me, please.
    Thank you in advance!
    This is your work, we can't do it for you.

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