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1 The Kemp family lived (1) ________ door to me. They were interesting and intelligent people, but they (2) ________ always getting into some sort of trouble. It was usually either illness (3) ________ accident, but there were other things too. Their house (4) ________ fire twice, and twice the whole family had to stay (5) ________ me while repairs were made. The Kemps were always losing things, important things (6) ________ money or keys. Pictures often fell off the (7) ________ in their house; the children often fell out of their (8) ________ at night. I used to wake (9) ________ in the mornings and think: “What strange thing will happen (10) ________ that family today?”

2 While travelling abroad, Ed Jackson ran short of money. So he wrote to his brother, asking (1) ________ £500. “Send the money (2) ________ telegram to the bank here,” he wrote. After a week Ed began calling at the bank. He showed his passport (3) ________ the bank clerk. “Nothing has come for you, Mr. Jack- son,” he (4) ________ told. This went (5) ________ for three weeks, and Mr. Jackson got very worried. He then phoned his brother, asking (6) ________ the money was. The brother said it (7) ________ been sent three weeks before. That evening Ed Jackson was arrested for failing to (8) ________ his hotel bill. He tried to ex-plain his problem, but no one (9) ________ believe him. He was (10) ________ to prison for sixty days.

FROST AND FIRE Iceland has been called the “land of frost and fire.” This is a very satisfactory (1) ________, for the mountains on this island in the North Atlantic are capped with snow the year round, and (2) ________ are scores of fiery volcanoes. Contrary (3) ________ what most people think, however, Iceland’s (4) ________ is not extremely cold. Most days are quite agreeable because (5) ________ the warm current of the Gulf Stream. (6) ________ the Vikings began to settle in Iceland in 874 AD, they found books and crosses that showed the Irish had (7) ________ been there. It is likely that the Irish and Scotch had come to Iceland about seventy years (8) ________ the Vikings arrived. These explorers, however, had made (9) ________ lasting settlements. The first real colonists were Scandinavians who came directly (10) ________Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. The people of Iceland have very high educational standards. It is said that (11) ________ books are sold in Iceland in relation to its population than in any other country in the world. Since Iceland is adjacent to one of the (12) ________ important shipping routes (13) ________ the United States and England, (14) ________ became very important during (15) ________ Second World War

A THREE-MINUTE SUPPLY The body of the average adult has in storage (1) ________ food to last for several weeks. It has enough water to last for several (2) ________. At any one time, however, the body has only enough oxygen stored in the (3) ________ to last for three or four minutes! Fortunately, it is (4) ________ difficult for us to acquire the oxygen we need. (5) ________ a rule, we need only to breathe in the (6) ________ around us for an adequate supply. The amount of oxygen needed (7) ________ a person at any one time depends upon his activities. As the activities of the body increase, the use of oxygen (8) ________ increases. He begins to breathe deeper and faster to bring (9) ________ oxygen into the lungs. More red cells are thrown into the bloodstream to aid (10) ________ carrying the added supply of oxygen. Blood (11) ________ the stomach and the intestines is transferred into the blood vessels of the muscles (12) ________ are at work. This blood helps to transfer the added oxygen to the (13) ________ of the body that need it. If blood is taken from the stomach right after a (14) ________, digestion of food will be hampered. It is best, therefore, (15) ________ to exercise strenuously right after eating

5 100,000,000 MILES OF TAIL A comet is a heavenly body (1) ________ a long tail. Comets orbit about the sun. At rare intervals a comet may be (2) ________ from earth, appearing as a streak of light (3) ________ travels swiftly across the heavens. The head of a comet contains a more or less solid portion (4) ________ the nucleus. The comet’s tail, however, contains so (5) ________ solid matter that the earth or another planet could pass through it without any harmful effects. Even (6) ________ one of the largest comets were to strike the earth head on, we (7) ________ notice only a shower of meteors. These meteors are hot celestial bodies entering the (8) ________ of the earth at great speeds. It is hard, therefore, for us to imagine that the head of a comet may be over a million miles wide (9) ________ that a comet’s tail may extend over one hundred million miles in (10) ________! In ancient times, the (11) ________ of a comet aroused great alarm among people. It was (12) ________ that a comet would be followed by some great misfortune. Such fear is not surprising. (13) ________ the benefit of scientific knowledge, our ancestors had no (14) ________ of knowing the natural causes of (15) ________ an object
 
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2 While travelling abroad, Ed Jackson ran short of money. So he wrote to his brother, asking (1) ____for____ £500. “Send the money (2) ___via_____ telegram to the bank here,” he wrote. After a week Ed began calling at the bank. He showed his passport (3) ___to_____ the bank clerk. “Nothing has come for you, Mr. Jack- son,” he (4) ____was____ told. This went (5) ___on_____ for three weeks, and Mr. Jackson got very worried. He then phoned his brother, asking (6) ___where_____ the money was. The brother said it (7) ____had____ been sent three weeks before. That evening Ed Jackson was arrested for failing to (8) __pay______ his hotel bill. He tried to ex-plain his problem, but no one (9) _____would___ believe him. He was (10) __send______ to prison for sixty days.

A THREE-MINUTE SUPPLY The body of the average adult has in storage (1) ____enough____ food to last for several weeks. It has enough water to last for several (2) ___weeks_____. At any one time, however, the body has only enough oxygen stored in the (3) ___lungs_____ to last for three or four minutes! Fortunately, it is (4) ____not____ difficult for us to acquire the oxygen we need. (5) ____as____ a rule, we need only to breathe in the (6) ____air____ around us for an adequate supply. The amount of oxygen needed (7) ____what____ a person at any one time depends upon his activities. As the activities of the body increase, the use of oxygen (8) ____also____ increases. He begins to breathe deeper and faster to bring (9) ____more____ oxygen into the lungs. More red cells are thrown into the bloodstream to aid (10) ____in____ carrying the added supply of oxygen. Blood (11) ____from____ the stomach and the intestines is transferred into the blood vessels of the muscles (12) ___that_____ are at work. This blood helps to transfer the added oxygen to the (13) ____parts____ of the body that need it. If blood is taken from the stomach right after a (14) ___meal____, digestion of food will be hampered. It is best, therefore, (15) ___not_____ to exercise strenuously right after eating

Iceland has been called the “land of frost and fire.” This is a very satisfactory (1) ___name_____, for the mountains onthis island in the North Atlantic are capped with snow the year round, and (2) ___there_____ are scores of fiery volcanoes. Contrary (3) __to______ what most people think, however, Iceland’s (4) ___climate_____ is not extremely cold. Most days are quite agreeable because (5) ________ the warm current of the Gulf Stream. (6) ____when____ the Vikings began to settle in Iceland in 874 AD, they found books and crosses that showed the Irish had (7) ___already_____ been there. It is likely that the Irish and Scotch had come to Iceland about seventy years (8) ____before____ the Vikings arrived. These explorers, however, had made (9) ___no_____ lasting settlements. The first real colonists were Scandinavians who came directly (10) __from______Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. The people of Iceland have very high educational standards. It is said that (11) ____found____ books are sold in Iceland in relation to its population than in any other country in the world. Since Iceland is adjacent to one of the (12) ___most_____ important shipping routes (13) __between______ the United States and England, (14) _____it___ became very important during (15) ___the_____ Second World War
 
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1 The Kemp family lived (1) ________ door to me. They were interesting and intelligent people, but they (2) ________ always getting into some sort of trouble. It was usually either illness (3) ________ accident, but there were other things too. Their house (4) ________ fire twice, and twice the whole family had to stay (5) ________ me while repairs were made. The Kemps were always losing things, important things (6) ________ money or keys. Pictures often fell off the (7) ________ in their house; the children often fell out of their (8) ________ at night. I used to wake (9) ________ in the mornings and think: “What strange thing will happen (10) ________ that family today?”


1 The Kemp family lived (1) ____next ____ door to me. They were interesting and intelligent people, but they (2) ___were_____ always getting into some sort of trouble. It was usually either illness (3) ____or____ accident, but there were other things too. Their house (4) ____caught____ fire twice, and twice the whole family had to stay (5) ____with____ me while repairs were made. The Kemps were always losing things, important things (6) ____like____ money or keys. Pictures often fell off the (7) ___wall_____ in their house; the children often fell out of their (8) ___beds_____ at night. I used to wake (9) ____up____ in the mornings and think: “What strange thing will happen (10) ____to____ that family today?

FROST AND FIRE Iceland has been called the “land of frost and fire.” This is a very satisfactory (1) ________, for the mountains on this island in the North Atlantic are capped with snow the year round, and (2) ________ are scores of fiery volcanoes. Contrary (3) ________ what most people think, however, Iceland’s (4) ________ is not extremely cold. Most days are quite agreeable because (5) ________ the warm current of the Gulf Stream. (6) ________ the Vikings began to settle in Iceland in 874 AD, they found books and crosses that showed the Irish had (7) ________ been there. It is likely that the Irish and Scotch had come to Iceland about seventy years (8) ________ the Vikings arrived. These explorers, however, had made (9) ________ lasting settlements. The first real colonists were Scandinavians who came directly (10) ________Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. The people of Iceland have very high educational standards. It is said that (11) ________ books are sold in Iceland in relation to its population than in any other country in the world. Since Iceland is adjacent to one of the (12) ________ important shipping routes (13) ________ the United States and England, (14) ________ became very important during (15) ________ Second World War

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1 The Kemp family lived (1) ________ door to me. They were interesting and intelligent people, but they (2) ________ always getting into some sort of trouble. It was usually either illness (3) ________ accident, but there were other things too. Their house (4) ________ fire twice, and twice the whole family had to stay (5) ________ me while repairs were made. The Kemps were always losing things, important things (6) ________ money or keys. Pictures often fell off the (7) ________ in their house; the children often fell out of their (8) ________ at night. I used to wake (9) ________ in the mornings and think: “What strange thing will happen (10) ________ that family today?”
The Kemp family lived (1) ___next_____ door to me. They were interesting and intelligent people, but they (2) ___were _____ always getting into some sort of trouble. It was usually either illness (3) ___or_____ accident, but there were other things too. Their house (4) ____caught____ fire twice, and twice the whole family had to stay (5) ____with ____ me while repairs were made. The Kemps were always losing things, important things (6) ____like____ money or keys. Pictures often fell off the (7) ____wall(s)____ in their house; the children often fell out of their (8) ____beds____ at night. I used to wake (9) ___up_____ in the mornings and think: “What strange thing will happen (10) ___to_____ that family today?”
 
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