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attending, off

answering, ring

ring, off

holding, ring

spoiling

spoil

made

brewed

decided , had been worrying

have decided, shall worry

decided, worried

decided , have been worrying

would have

will have

will

have

tasting

are tasting

tastes

taste

has

have

having

haven't

asurance

assurance

assurence

asurrence

One should go to swim when it is

The weather is not to swim when it is too cold

One should not go swimming in cold weather

The weather is not suitable for swimming

angry

upset

cleaver

happy

He is not as tall like his brother

He is not tall enough

He is not taller than his brother

He is not as tall as his brother

indifferent

friendly

rude

inimical

known

knowing

knew

knowledge

to , at

for , to

in , to

to , to

lively dance

new dance

jocular dance

shaky dance

honesty

bravery

integrity

have lost

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

Throughout human history, nearly all people were close to the soil. Therefore their lives were profoundly affected by the alternation of winter and summer, by the coming and going of the full moon, and by the pattern of rain and drought and the annual harvest. Steadily the ever-expanding city replaced the countryside as the home of most of the world's people, and the big cities now have dwarfed the biggest city of several hundred years earlier. In 1995 at least 25 cities each  held more than seven million inhabitants

were smaller than

made look smaller

are comparable to

are not as big as

gradually the cities destroyed the village.

gradually the cities took up all the space occupied by villages

gradually more people started living in cities than in villages

people loved city life.

flood

occasional rain

rainless period

storm

greatly influenced by nature

little influenced by nature

somewhat influenced by nature

were not influenced by nature

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