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pnemonia

nemonia

nemonea

pneumonia

statue

proper place

humble

confusion

of refuse

from, animals

by, rubbish

with, filth

polluant

industrious

disastrous

destruction

meaningfull

uncertainty

by hook or crook

certainly

He has been suffering from fever for the last four days

He had fever for the last four days

He has suffering from fever for the last four days

He has fever for the last four days

he casted his vote for you.

He offered his vote for you

He cast his vote for you

He dropped his vote for you

attracted

condensed

neutralized

emitted

broken statue

two trunkless legs

an ancient palace

broken head of a statue

desired , area

gone stones, stores

looked, field

traveled, realms

Be'r to be seen again

Vanish like summer's rain

Ne'r to be found again

As quick a growth to meet decay

are able to make a spector walk on fire

teach the spectators how to use magic

do not believe that they are under any magical spell

can not any spectator walk on fire

Question 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 are based on the following reading.

English speaking people have never been really homogeneous in their use of the English language. Today, if you travel extensively in the British Isles, you notice differences in pronunciation and ‘vocabulary from shire and shire, or even if your ear is good enough, from town to town. In London alone you can find  tremendous diversity in the varieties of English. In the United & States, likewise, the language differs somewhat from place to place and from one social *“class” to another. Many New Yorkers don’t 3 Spronounce. words as Chicagoans do, and in Denver people don’t  sound like those in Chicago. In some parts of the Southwest,Spanish influence shows up in the vocabulary; elsewhere, Germans and others have affected the English language.

Language

Dialects

English in the U.K and U.S.A

Accents

diverse

homely

correct

uniform

from country to country

form province to province

from state to state

from country to country

Teh United Knngdom

The United States

England

Scotland and Ireland

in the southwest of US

in English

in pronunciatin

elsewhere

noun

an adjective

an adverb

none of A, B and C

terrible

shocking

hreat

excellent

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