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    Question Fill in the gaps

    Fill in the following gaps. Each hyphen represents a letter.

    1- (we don't understand so _ _ _'s find it in a dictionary)
    2- the opposite of (because) _ _
    3- an adjective meaning (two of them) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ together
    4- a noun meaning (things that are linked: a group) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    5- an adjective meaning (is linked to) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    6- a verb meaning (I can't find it) _ _ _ _
    7- a verb meaning (I know what I want to do)_ _ _ _ _ _


    Notice: I know a lot of words which can be answers, but the letters are not equal to the given hyphens. For example, I'm sure that the opposite of because which is number (2) is although or despite, but these words do not go with given gap.


    4- a noun meaning (things that are linked: a group) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    I think the word "collocation" can work

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    Default Re: Fill in the gaps

    Quote Originally Posted by xpert View Post
    Fill in the following gaps. Each hyphen represents a letter.

    1- (we don't understand so _ _ _'s find it in a dictionary)
    2- the opposite of (because) _ _
    3- an adjective meaning (two of them) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ together
    4- a noun meaning (things that are linked: a group) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    5- an adjective meaning (is linked to) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    6- a verb meaning (I can't find it) _ _ _ _
    7- a verb meaning (I know what I want to do)_ _ _ _ _ _


    Notice: I know a lot of words which can be answers, but the letters are not equal to the given hyphens. For example, I'm sure that the opposite of because which is number (2) is although or despite, but these words do not go with given gap.

    4- a noun meaning (things that are linked: a group) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    I think the word "collocation" can work
    Could you put in the words you feel are right on the other questions, and we can then consider what is right or wrong.

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    Default Re: Fill in the gaps

    1- (we don't understand so _ _ _'s find it in a dictionary)
    ?

    2- the opposite of (because) _ _
    although/despite ... I insist ...

    3- an adjective meaning (two of them) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ together
    both

    4- a noun meaning (things that are linked: a group) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    collocation

    5- an adjective meaning (is linked to) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    related / associated

    6- a verb meaning (I can't find it) _ _ _ _
    hide

    7- a verb meaning (I know what I want to do)_ _ _ _ _ _
    realize

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    Default Re: Fill in the gaps

    I hope to get the answer as possible as you can, please.


    Thanks in advance


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    Default Re: Fill in the gaps

    Quote Originally Posted by xpert View Post
    1- (we don't understand so _ _ _'s find it in a dictionary) let
    ?

    2- the opposite of (because) _ _ so
    although/despite ... I insist ...

    3- an adjective meaning (two of them) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ together coupled
    both

    4- a noun meaning (things that are linked: a group) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ correlation
    collocation

    5- an adjective meaning (is linked to) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    related / associated

    6- a verb meaning (I can't find it) _ _ _ _
    hide lost

    7- a verb meaning (I know what I want to do)_ _ _ _ _ _
    realize
    At the moment #5 and #7 elude me.

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    Default Re: Fill in the gaps

    - the opposite of (because) _ _ so


    Is (so) the opposite of (because) or a synonym

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