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1. _____ touch the cup! it’s hot.
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The art gallery is closed __ Mondays.
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3. I _______ to him on the phone ten minutes ago.
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4. I ___ breakfast at home.
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5. I don’t like __ early.
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6. I ___ a new car last week.
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7. She ________ to music at the moment.
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8. How often ________ you ________ (go) to the theatre?’ ‘Every month.’
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9. I don’t see Pete very much, but we often ________at weekends.
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10. I ________ him for 3 years now. We work together.
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11. What would you do if you ___ me?
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12. I ___ do sport, but now I go to the gym every day
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13. What would you ___ if I came earlier?
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14. He told me he _____ busy that day
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15. She sings so __, she has the most __ voice I’ve ever heard.
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16. Reading. I’ve lived in Vancouver all my life. I work for an engineering company and I’ve travelled on business to many Canadian cities. Two years ago another company 1. _____ me a very good job in Montreal but I didn’t take it because I never want to leave my city. Let me tell you why not:Vancouver is situated between the mountains and the Pacific Ocean. That means the summers aren’t too hot and the winters aren’t too cold. It also rains 2._____, in summer and winter. Some people don’t like that but I do because our gardens and parks are always green and fresh. Every day I cycle or walk for an hour in a park and in Vancouver you’re never more than a few minutes from one.
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17. He moved to Montreal because there was a good company to work in.
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18. Reading. I don’t feel frightened when I walk in Vancouver’s streets at night. Of course, Vancouver has a high population and there’s 4_______in every big city, but compared to the USA, for example, it’s quite safe.But my favourite thing about Vancouver is its incredible mix of 5______. I’ve got friends here from all over the world. And there’s an enormous variety of foreign food in the restaurants and markets. I’ve eaten wonderful dishes from China, India, Italy, Greece, and Japan and I haven’t been to any of these places.
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19. Vancouver is the most safe city in Canada.
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20. Reading. What was the weather like yesterday? What were you thinking about when you woke up this morning? If someone asked you these questions, you probably 7______ find it too hard to answer. But how about remembering the same information for this date last year, or even ten years ago? Most of us find it 8_____ to remember what happened on the most important days of our lives, but soon forget the little details of the other days, weeks, months and years. We often imagine that, without this regular ‘forgetting’, our brains would be too crowded with memories and thoughts. For Rita Howard, however, it’s as easy to remember a day thirty years ago as it is to tell us about yesterday.
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21. The most part of people remember everything from the moment of birth.
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22. Reading. People began to imagine that I knew everything,’ says Rita. ‘Whereas, of course, I only know everything about my own life!’ Another common idea is that Rita has far more memories than everyone else. ‘In fact, we all have a similar number,’ she comments. ‘I’m just far better 10_____ finding and using mine than other people.’As Rita reached retirement age, she wondered if her memory would get 11____. Three years later, however, it’s just as good as ever. ‘Will that always be the case?’ she asks. ‘Who knows? I know all about the past, not the future!’
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23. Rita is quite sure that her memory hasn't got worse.
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24. Bilinguals are more likely than monolinguals to engage in metalinguistic awareness. This heightened a)___ is the result of, as Vygotsky (1986) claims, the bilingual’s ability “to see his language as particular system among many”. In the learning of a second language, “one’s understanding of his native language is b) _____”. One draws from semantics of the one’s native language in the learning of a second language. In addition, one becomes more aware of phonetics, grammar, and syntax through the deliberate and “scientific” learning of a second language.
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25. Bilinguals draw from their complete linguistic repertoire of multiple language systems. Their use of two languages is not solely an individual construction within the brain of the learner, but a social process linking the learner to historical, institutional, and social contexts. Language use shapes and is shaped by larger notions of language а) _____, educational language policy orientations, and language motivation and investment. Also of influence are varied sociohistorical characteristic of one’s b) _____, such as socioeconomic status, gender, family positioning, immigrant generation, previous schooling, and oral fluency and literacy in the native language.
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