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A Plough B Burrow C Fork 7 I'm just going to D Dig a bite to eat and then we can meet. Is that all right? A grasp B clutch C clasp D grab 8 Feeling off-colour, she ........................ at her food. A bolted C worked B picked D grabbed 9 We couldn't find a single knife, fork or spoon anywhere. Apparently, for them, fully equipped meant everything except A crockery B cutlery . C utensils D gadgets 10 There's nothing like a good cup of tea to .. your thirst, A draw B quench C safe D work up 11 After three hours of walking in the hot summer sun, we were for a drink .
To trace the whereabout of sb: (police language)/(formal) to look for sb i The police are trying to trace the whereabouts of the driver. C Practice 1. Complete the text with wordsfrom the box below. 2. Passage Bis a summary ofpassage A. UsingpassageA as aguideline, completepassage Bwith wordsfrom the boxbelow. reach - quashed- stand - passed - handed - pressed - released shred - custody - trace - brushes - fit - abiding placed - found- drop - taken- plead- handling whereabouts - cache - plain- record - watertight raid - hardened - spate - previous A It was my neck or his.
A cer1Jfleat : official document sb receives on completing course of studyor training gifted . a student with natural ability to do sthwell HerBeginner's Swimming Certificate is framed on thewall. 8 I got a grade B in mycomposition. I cametop of myclass in history. Mike is a graduate of Kent University. a grad to graduate from un • 10 leave university, having finished your degree course and having got your qualifications particular subject (you can do a course at a training institute, at a language institute, etc) Rebecca graduated from York in 1995.