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didn't have

haven't had

might have

couldn't have

unlikely

unthinking

unacceptable

unbelievable

by, old

going, ancient

from, antique

passing, antique

popularly , as

popularly , by

popular , at

often , from

Has not to , has

does not have to , does

has got to , would not

does not require to , would

The problem is solved as per direction

The problem is finished properly

The problem has been solved in a befitting manner

The problem is solved in a proper way .

too, cannot , laughing too

too, had not, to laugh

very, could not , laughing

very, would not , to laugh

deception

smartness

very clever

frank

improve

solve

travel

waste

coming , working

going, shopping

sending, shopping

going, buy

fill on

fill in it

fill on it

fill in in

laughing

to laugh

laugh

that to laugh

wanted

granted

required

settled

hold up

hold along

hold firm

hold on

very strange

a perfect example of something

beauty

architecture

ago, build

when , has built

since , built

years, dreamt

if

unless

even though

in case

were being exported

exported

was exported

were exported

a great deal of pleasure

very pleasure

many pleasure

much pleasures

less than 50 countries

more than 80 countries

more than 100 countries

more than 60 countries

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

Giving a presentation can be a worrying prospect, Nervous about the audience 's important, some speakers read from a prepared text. Such occasions are rarely a success. A reader finds it difficult to engage with an audience in the way that an unscripted speaker can. When you read, your eyes are much of the time, turned down towards your script and thus away from the audience. You do not make eye contact and cannot be properly aware of the way in which your listeners are responding to your words. 

Reading and Talking

Problems of Presentation

Stage fright

Of Talkers and Listeners

to make contact with an audience

to invite an audience

to make an appoint with an audience

to encourage an audience

A speaker whose name is not in the script

An unlisted speaker

A speaker without a written test

A speaker with no trust in script

always a success

often a success

never a success

seldom a success

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