Student or Learner
Complete the following sentences with a word formed from the word in CAPITALS.
1) Language is means of .
MY ANSWER: COMMUNICATION.
2) A dictionary is an example of a . book
MY ANSWER: REFERANCE.
3) After running three miles, the boy was out of .
MY ANSWER: BREATH.
4) We enjoyed Marks company because he always had some stories to tell us.
MY ANSWER: AMAZING.
5) The sewing machine was a very important ..
MY ANSWER: INVENTION.
6) The boy played his guitar so loudly that he could be heard all over the .
MY ANSWER: NEIGHBOURHOOD.
7) Hes under a lot of .. at work.
MY ANSWER: PRESSURE.
8) The weather was very .., so we went on a picnic.
MY ANSWER: PLEASANT.
9) The Beatles enjoyed great .. in the 1960s.
MY ANSWER: POPULARITY.
Are they correct please? Thank you.
Last edited by nunudada; 02-Sep-2007 at 12:05.
WEEEEEEEEEEE thank you
Hope I get that mark on my exam
Why can't you say "the weather is pleasant"?
I can anticipate something like "being pleasant is averb, not an adjective" but then, I could say on the same grounds that "pleasing" is as well, we understand it as an adjective because it doesn't have an object (the weather is pleasing her), just like we understand "the weather is pleasant " in the same way, because it has no object. I hope no teacher is seriously making this distinction.
A:The weather is nice.
B:It's not nice to me.
A:Oh, that's not what I mean!
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