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    Two vocabulary tests

    Look at these two vocabulary test. I think we have two correct answer in each of them.

    Our luggage was checked all the way through to our final ----------.
    1) situation
    2) destination
    3) observation
    4) connection

    ME: # 2 & 4


    No one in class wants Ted to be a member of their group because he almost always avoids -----
    ------ what is assigned to him as his responsibility.
    1) exercising
    2) including
    3) encouraging
    4) performing

    ME: # 1 & 4
    What do you think?

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    Re: Two vocabulary tests

    In the first one 2) "destination" is correct, and in the second, 4) "performing".

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    Re: Two vocabulary tests

    Longman says:
    Exercise responsibility means: Take action because you have responsibility for something.
    Eg: The citizens of ancient Athens met here to exercise their responsibility to govern themselves.

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    Re: Two vocabulary tests

    Quote Originally Posted by Freeguy View Post
    Longman says:
    Exercise responsibility means: Take action because you have responsibility for something.
    Eg: The citizens of ancient Athens met here to exercise their responsibility to govern themselves.
    It doesn't say "blank his responsibility." It says "blank what is assigned to him."

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