By Rawdon Wyatt
This workbook is designed to aid scholars learning for the FCE (First certificates Examination). This college of Cambridge examination is taken via over 250,000 humans around the globe each year and is without doubt one of the most well liked English Language educating (ELT) checks. It encompasses a variety of actions to aid scholars construct and increase their English vocabulary, and it truly is compatible for either self-study and lecture room use.
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Some parents are criticised for the way they bring _____ their children. (raise) 2. Jane and Tim fell _____ over the bill for their meal. (argued) 3. They refused to face _____ _____ their responsibilities, with disastrous consequences. (accept an unpleasant state of affairs, and try to deal with it) 4. The team had to call _____ the match because of bad weather. (not to go ahead with something) 5. Can I count _____ you for support?. (rely / depend) 6. I missed a lot of lessons, and it took me a long time to catch _____ _____ the other students in my class.
12. It's moored on the River Thames near London. It's very peaceful, apart from the noise from the ducks and geese. 13. The block where we live is next to the underground station. It's smaller than our old house, of course, but we have a great view from the 8th floor. 14. There are fifteen of us in here, but the sergeant-major makes sure we keep it tidy. If we don't, we get extra guard-duty! B. The box below contains a list of words giving the names of different rooms and other parts of a house or flat.
An oval D. H. K. B. Look at the following list of words and decide what the correct adjective form is, A, B or C. 1. sphere A. spherous B. spherical 2. cube A. cubed 3. cone A. conacular 4. rectangle A. rectanglous 5. triangle A. triangular 6. circle A. circled B. circulous C. circular 7. square A. square B. squaret C. squarous 8. cylinder A. cylindrous B. cubous C. spherocous C. cubal B. conous C. conical B. rectanglis B. trianglous B. cylindal C. rectangular C. triangled C. cylindrical 38 For reference, see the Easier English Dictionary for Students (0 7475 6624 0) Task 2.
Check Your English Vocabulary for FCE+: All You Need to Pass Your Exams by Rawdon Wyatt