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    Missing Word: Gap fill Quiz

    This type of examination exercise is common to upper level English examinations such as Cambridge Examinations' First Certificate, CAE and Proficiency exams, as well as for the vocabulary section of the TOEFL examination. Missing Word Quiz: Australia Missing Word Quiz:...

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    English as 2nd Language
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    Smile Re: Missing Word: Gap fill Quiz

    Use the word at the end of each gap to form a new word with which to fill the gap. While doing this exercise, look for clues which tell you what kind of word is missing.This is common to the upper level English examination.I forgot, but I think It is easy to use .
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