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By Rawdon Wyatt

ISBN-10: 0230033636

ISBN-13: 9780230033634

This workbook is designed to assist scholars learning for the FCE (First certificates Examination). This collage of Cambridge examination is taken by means of over 250,000 humans around the globe each year and is without doubt one of the hottest English Language educating (ELT) checks. It contains a diversity of actions to assist scholars construct and increase their English vocabulary, and it truly is compatible for either self-study and lecture room use.

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She never learnt to read or write; she was completely il________. 5. I'm afraid you answer is in________. Try again. 6. He's a very dis________ man; bad-tempered, selfish, ,jealous and bigoted. 7. Flared trousers and a purple corduroy jacket? That's very un________, you know. 8. Using the 'broadband' system means that you get un________ Internet access at any time of the day or night. 9. Dis________ children - those from poor families - have to work harder than others to succeed in life. 10. I did all the work and she got all the credit for it.

7. We need to take on more staff. A. We need to dismiss more staff. B. She didn't do anything you told her to. B. We need to employ more staff. C. She didn't hear you. C. We need to pay our staff more. 32 For reference, see the Easier English Dictionary for Students (0 7475 6624 0) Match the phrasal verbs on the left with an item they can be used with on the right. Most of the verbs can be used with more than one item. turn down cars (in a factory) • the page of a book • a job turn into people from a house because they haven't paid the rent turn out turn away a radio • a lost child • the television • guests at a party turn off the heat on a cooker • money • a light because it is general vocabulary Phrasal Verbs with Turn turn over turn up turn on people a road from • a restaurant a television • full applicants for a job Other Phrasal Verbs 1 Complete the following phrasal verbs with a preposition or particle from the box.

6. I really don't know what to make of this letter she passed to me last night. 7. It's no use talking to him - his mind is made up. A. Somebody has made a decision and won't change it. B. Somebody hasn't decided about their summer holiday yet. C. Somebody is puzzled about something they have been given. D. Somebody has just passed something to another person. E. Somebody is puzzled about his friend's absence from a party. F. Somebody has invented a tale to frighten their friends. G. Two people trying to find their way to a friend's place in the countryside at night.

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