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CONTENTS
VOCABULARY EXERCISES & TESTS .............................7
REVIEW EXERCISES ........................................................103
REVIEW TESTS .................................................................125
DICTIONARY......................................................................151
PREPOSITIONS .................................................................173
ANSWER KEY ....................................................................177

VOCABULARY EXERCISES & TESTS

1 NOUNS

VOCABULARY EXERCISES ..............TEST 1

2 NOUNS

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 2

3 ADJECTIVES

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 3

4 ADJECTIVES

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 4

5 VERBS

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 5

6 VERBS

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 6

7 ADVERBS

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 7

8 PHRASAL VERBS

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 8

9 NOUNS

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 9

10 NOUNS

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 10

11 ADJECTIVES

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 11

12 ADJECTIVES

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 12

13 VERBS

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 13

14 VERBS

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 14

15 ADVERBS

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 15

16 PHRASAL VERBS

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 16

17 NOUNS

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 17

18 NOUNSTEST

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 18

19 ADJECTIVES

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 19

20 ADJECTIVES

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 20

21 VERBS

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 21

22 VERBS

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 22

23 ADVERBS

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 23

24 PHRASAL VERBS

VOCABULARY EXERCISES .............TEST 24

NOUNS 1
abduction
acceleration
acceptance
access
addition
attitude
avenue
barrister
blank
break
cactus
coherence
compartment
composition
compulsion
construction
contradiction
controversy
corrosion
counterfeit
counterpart
decomposition
deduction
defect
deficiency
dent
depiction
deterrence
development
disdain
disorder
distortion
donor
elevation
enlargement
enthusiasm
examiner
exception
excess
feeling
fertility
file
fluctuation
fraud
friction
fridge
fugitive
futility
gap
idea
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ignition
illumination
immunity
infection
inference
inhibition
interaction
interference
interval
lane
likenesses
lump
marrow
meaning
membrane
memorandum
miracle
nominee
notification
notion
objection
obsession
obstacle
occurrence
ornament
outbreak
outcome
outfit
outline
pat
petition
phenomenon
pile
pit
poison
pot
recession
requirement
road
saliva
satisfaction
span
tap
territory
tip
tolerance
tract
trainer
trivia
volume

adam karma
hzlanma, ivme
kabul
eriim
ilave, ek(leme)
tavr
bulvar
(dava) vekil(i)
boluk
ara, mola
kakts
yapk olma, uyumluluk
blme
kompozisyon, oluum
zorlama
yapm, inaat
eliki
anlamazlk
korozyon, paslanma, anma
sahte, taklit
denk
bozulma, rme
karm / eksiltme, iskonto
kusur
eksiklik
bere, kme, entik
betimleme, tasvir
caydrma
geliim
kmseme
bozukluk, rahatszlk
bozulma
ba, donr
ykseklik, ykselme
by(t)me
coku, heyecan
muayene yapan kii
istisna
ar, fazla
his
verimlilik, dourganlk
dosya
dalgalanma
dolandrc(lk)
srtnme
buzdolab
kaak
faydaszlk
boluk
fikir
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Test 1

ateleme
aydnlatma, aydnlanma
baklk
enfeksiyon
karm
engelleme
etkileim
mdahele
(zaman) aralk, boluk
yol, erit
benzerlik
yumru, para, lop
ilik
anlam
zar
not, zabt, tezkere
mucize
aday
bildirme
nosyon, kavram
itiraz
saplant
engel
olma, meydana gelme
ss, tak
patlak verme, balama
kt, rn
kyafet
taslak
okama, svazlama
dileke
srad olay
yn
ukur, oyuk
zehir
kap
geri ekilme
gereklilik, zorunluluk
yol
tkrk
tatmin
sre / uzunluk, mesafe
musluk / hafife dokunma
alan, arazi
bahi / u
hogr
alan, saha, blge / sistem
antrenr
vr zvr
hacim
Vocabulary Exercises & Tests

Vocabulary
Exercise 1 - Exercise 2 Kelime Bilgisi Altrlmalarndaki cmleleri, verilen kelimelerle
tamamlayn. Kelimelerin formlar deitirilmeyecek. Her bir altrmada iki tane fazladan kelime var.

Exercise 1 (Nouns)

Exercise 2 (Nouns)

exceptions dent
addition defects
saliva construction
access idea
obstacles poison
disorders membrane

fridge fertility
interactions immunity
donor span
elevations territory
fluctuation feelings
avenue tip

1. Microsoft passed an important milestone


having installed more than 11,000 centrally
managed _______________________
points in its wireless LAN.

3. Roughly speaking, I can say that we


need two million dollars to complete our
_______________________ project.
4. In todays age of fast information, with
nutrition advice available at the click of a
button, the _______________________
of calorie counting seems so old fashioned
that its just a relic from the past, with no
relevance today.
5. A grasshopper can leap over
_______________________ 500 times its
own height. In relation to its size, it has the
greatest jumping ability of all animals.
6. The pitohui bird of Papua New Guinea has
enough _______________________ in its
feathers and skin to kill mice and frogs.

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2. Though there are


_______________________, models
are usually slender and they move on the
catwalk gracefully.

7. Young people with heart


_______________________ should avoid
intensive competitive sports.
8. Your mouth produces about ten thousand
gallons of _______________________ in a
lifetime.
9. Large wound _______________________
are best treated by surgical closure,
and should not be allowed to heal by
spontaneous or natural means.
10. Monkeys have the ability to perform mental
_______________________ and in fact,
they perform about as well as primary school
students given the same test.

Vocabulary Exercises & Tests

1. The Ketchua Indians of the Andes


Mountains in South America have two
to three more quarts of blood in their
bodies than people who live at lower
_______________________ .
2. Cooling down after exercise by walking
slowly, then stretching muscles, may prevent
blood pressure ______________________ .
3. _______________________ among the
senses, nerves, and brain make possible the
learning that enables human beings to cope
with changes in their environment.
4. Girls born to men who are older
than fifty have an average life
_______________________ that is six years
shorter than their brothers.
5. Researchers claim that the colour
light-green is effective in relieving
the _______________________ of
homesickness.
6. One individual organ transplant
_______________________ can provide
organs, bone, and tissue for 50 or more
people in need.
7. Stress may be good for people.
An acute episode of stress boosts
_______________________, offering better
protection against infection.
8. By far the most common reason for a dog
to become aggressive toward a cyclist
is that the animal wants to defend its
_______________________ from a large,
fast-moving intruder.
9. Starfish have eyespots at the
_______________________ of each arm.
These act as light sensors, and contain a
red pigment which changes chemically in the
presence of light.
10. The country of Yemen has the worlds
highest _______________________ rate
among women at an average of 7.6 children.

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Test 1

Vocabulary

1. In the past ten years, organ ---- have


saved more lives and improved the
quality of living for more Americans than
the United States lost in the Korean and
Vietnam wars combined.
A) frauds
C) examiners

E) barristers

6. An analogy has some ---- to but also


some differences from the real thing.
A) deficiencies
B) defects
C) controversies
D) likenesses
E) depictions

B) donors
D) trainers

7. Albert T. Marshall patented a household


---- on August 8, 1899.

2. The more pessimistic a person is, the


more likely he or she is to die earlier than
optimistic ----.

3. The country of Yemen has the worlds


highest ---- rate among women.
A) fertility
B) corrosion
C) decomposition
D) ignition
E) occurrence

4. The Industrial Revolution happened


first in Great Britain because they made
practical use of science, and had ---- by
sea to world resources and markets.

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A) counterfeits
B) nominees
C) counterparts
D) fugitives
E) futilities

A) idea
C) fridge

E) feeling

A) interference
B) inference
C) coherence
D) tolerance
E) deterrence

9. The average life ---- of a fifth-century man


in England was 30 years.
B) interval
D) blank

10. Astronomy is one of the few sciences


where amateurs still play an active
role, especially in the discovery and
monitoring of transient ----.

5. The ---- of the lens of a human eye is 65


percent water and 35 percent protein.
A) notion
B) petition
C) distortion
D) construction
E) composition
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8. The solar wind generates up to 1000,000


megawatts of electricity and this can
cause ---- with power lines, radio and
television broadcasts.

A) break
C) span

E) gap

A) excess
B) access
C) exception
D) immunity

E) acceptance

B) development
D) meaning

A) phenomena
B) saliva
C) trivia
D) cacti
E) memoranda
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Vocabulary Exercises & Tests

Test 1

Vocabulary

1. Saturn is the second biggest planet in the


Solar System and it is 95 times heavier
than Earth. The ---- of Saturn is 744 times
that of Earth.
A) volume
C) elevation

E) notification

16. Your mouth produces a litre of ---- in a


day and about 10,000 gallons in a lifetime.
A) poison
C) lump

E) saliva

B) contradiction
D) abduction

12. Every year, the amount of trees cut down


could cover a city the size of Birmingham,
England, with a(n) ---- of wood, ten-storey
high.

A) road
C) territory

E) lane

B) pile
D) attitude

13. The Northern Lights are constantly in


motion because of the changing ---between the solar wind and the earths
magnetic field.
A) satisfaction
B) notification
C) interaction
D) deduction
E) illumination

14. The human tongue tastes bitter things


with the taste buds toward the back. Salty
and pungent flavours are detected at the
middle of the tongue, sweet flavours at
the ----.
A) pot
C) tap

E) tip

17. The average digestive ---- of an adult is 30


feet in length.

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A) file
C) enlargement

E) addition

B) avenue
D) tract

18. Zoanthropy is a form of mental ---- in


which the patient imagines himself to be
a beast.
A) ornament
C) disorder

E) dent

B) compartment
D) disdain

19. Newtons system was based on the


concepts of mass, force, and ----.
A) inhibition
C) deduction

E) infection

B) acceleration
D) abduction

B) pit
D) pat

20. The bodys daily ---- of vitamins and


minerals is less than a thimbleful.

15. A number of governments in the ---economies of East Asia were able to


successfully emulate the Japanese
experience.

A) obsession
B) compulsion
C) recession
D) requirement
E) enthusiasm

A) miracle
B) obstacle
C) friction
D) fluctuation
E) objection
Vocabulary Exercises & Tests

B) marrow
D) membrane

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Test 1

REVIEW EXERCISES

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Vocabulary Exercises & Tests

Vocabulary

1-20 Kelime Bilgisi Altrlmalarndaki cmleleri, verilen kelimelerle tamamlayn. Kelimelerin formlar
deitirilmeyecek. Her bir altrmada iki tane fazladan kelime var.

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

surroundings devise
concrete gravitational
logic volumes
invent innovations
dilemma arise
facility conduct

care for somewhat


breeding accounted
destroyed tedious
proportional
exert
vomited features
diminishes preserved

1. Energy cannot be created or


_____________________, but only changed
from one form into another.

2.

2. Whenever the amount of energy in one


place or form _____________________, the
amount in other places or forms increases by
the same amount.

The solution to one problem may


_____________________ other problems.

3. Because of their ability to


_____________________ tools and
processes, people have an enormous effect
on the lives of other living things.
4. Developments in mathematics often
stimulate _____________________ in
science and technology.
5. Mathematical ideas can be represented in
a(n) _____________________ way.
6. Everything on or anywhere near the earth
is pulled toward the earths centre by
_____________________ force.

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1. Mathematics, creativity,
_____________________ and originality are
all needed to improve technology.

7. Animals and plants sometimes cause


changes in their _____________________.

3. The change in motion of an object is


_____________________ to the applied
force.
4. Electric currents and magnets can
_____________________ a force on each
other.
5. Plants and animals have
_____________________ that help them
live in different environments.
6. New varieties of cultivated plants and
domestic animals have resulted from
selective _____________________ for
particular traits.

8. Heating and cooling cause changes in


the properties of materials. Many kinds of
changes _____________________ faster
under hotter conditions.

7. About two thirds of the weight of cells is


_____________________ for by water,
which gives cells many of their properties.

9. Equal _____________________ of different


substances usually have different weights.

8. Living things are found almost everywhere in


the world. There are ___________________
different kinds in different places.

10. Some materials _____________________


heat much better than others. Poor
conductors can reduce heat loss.

9. Artefacts and _____________________


remains provide some evidence of the
physical characteristics and possible
behaviour of human beings who lived a very
long time ago.
10. People are usually able to have
children before they are able to
_____________________ them properly.

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Vocabulary

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

multiple reproduction
notifications sober
identify consequences
enables disturbance
heredity judgements
input disasters

inference dispute
worn out harvested
alignment manipulating
turning off slightly
depletion displayed
appointment disposal

1. The brain _____________________ human


beings to think and sends messages to other
body parts to help them work properly.

1. Government leaders come into power by


election, _____________________, or force.
2. Communicating the different points of
view in a(n) _____________________
can often help people to find a satisfactory
compromise.

3. Hormones are chemicals involved in


helping the body respond to danger and in
regulating human growth, development, and
_____________________.
4. Human beings can use the memory
of their past experiences to make
__________________ about new situations.
5. Attending closely to any one
_____________________ of information
usually reduces the ability to attend to others
at the same time.
6. In Uzbekistan, bride kidnapping sometimes
originates out of a dating relationship and,
at other times, happens as abduction by
_____________________ people.

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2. Specialized cells and the molecules they


produce _____________________ and
destroy microbes that get inside the body.

7. Reactions of other people to an individuals


emotional _____________________ may
increase its effects.

4. A crop that is fine when


_____________________ may spoil before
it gets to consumers.
5. New varieties of farm plants and
animals have been engineered by
_____________________ their genetic
instructions to produce new characteristics.
6. Modern technology reduces manufacturing
costs, produces more uniform products, and
creates new synthetic materials that can help
reduce the _____________________ of
some natural resources.
7. People can save money by
_____________________ machines when
they are not using them.

8. _____________________, culture, and


personal experience interact in shaping
human behaviour. Their relative importance
in most circumstances is not clear.

8. Measurements are always likely to give


_____________________ different numbers,
even if what is being measured stays the
same

9. Migration, conquest, and natural


_____________________ have been major
factors in causing social and cultural change.

9. The way data are _____________________


can make a big difference in how they are
interpreted.

10. Choices have _____________________,


some of which are more serious than others.

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3. The global environment is affected


by national policies and practices
relating to energy use, waste
_____________________, ecological
management, manufacturing, and population.

10. Something may not work as well or at all if a


part of it is missing, broken,

_____________________, mismatched, or
misconnected.

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Review Exercises

Vocabulary

Exercise 5

Exercise 6

argue scent
distort swallow
strenous detect
paralysis nourishment
fertility withstand
survey pitfalls

approximately insulates
corrodes amazement
repair dehydrated
barren determines
requires co mposed
raise occurs

1. A human can _____________________ one


drop of perfume diffused throughout a threeroom apartment.

1. In 1 hour, your heart produces enough


energy to _____________________ almost
1 ton of weight a yard off the ground, and it
beats 40,000,000 times in a year.

2. Disorders in the brain can


_____________________ odours. Epileptics
sometimes get auras of strange odours just
before a seizure.

4. Hair and nails do not continue to grow


after death because they require
________________ from pumping blood.
5. Pregnancy specialists warn that using
_____________________ drugs give
couples a one-in-four chance of a multiple
birth.
6. As much as six percent of the worlds
population may experience sleep
_______________, the inability to move and
speak for several minutes after awakening.

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3. According to a(n) _____________________,


women prefer blue bedrooms more than
other colours; men are happier with white
bedrooms.

2. When an animals fur stands on end, the


expanded air layer between skin and fur
surface _____________________ the body.

7. Research has shown that sex, angry


outbursts, and _____________________
tennis are among the triggers identified as
responsible for seventeen percent of all heart
attacks.

3. Immunity _____________________ after a


person has had a certain infection once.
4. The size of your foot is
_____________________ the size of your
forearm.
5. Teeth are the only parts of the human
body that cant ____________________
themselves.
6. The simple act of walking
_____________________ the use of 200
muscles in the human body. Forty or so
muscles will lift your leg and move it forward.
7. If you never get thirsty, you need to drink
more water. When the human body is
_____________________, its thirst
mechanism shuts off.
8. The shape of the follicle
_____________________ the curliness of
your hair.

8. Babies have the strongest sense of smell,


enabling them to recognize their mothers by
_____________________.

9. Sweat is _____________________ of water,


sodium chloride, potassium salts, urea, and
lactic acid.

9. Human bones can _____________________


being squeezed twice as hard as granite.
Bones can also endure being stretched four
times as hard as concrete can.

10. Much to their _____________________,


some astronauts in orbit were able to see the
wakes of ships.

10. Some psychologists


_____________________ that many people
enjoy anxiety owing to the popularity of
horror films and roller coasters.

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Exercise 7

Exercise 8

vicinity expands
eradicated approaching
receive consoled
releasing recently
roughly fear
prone intense

blame buried
submissive originate
distracting consumed
ancestors commands
supply accounts
drained petitions

1. Mount Jinba is located between


Tokyo and Kanagawa. Its peak is
____________________ 855 meters high.

1. Loud talk can be ten times more


_____________________ than the sound of
a jackhammer. Loud, incessant chatter can
make a listener nervous and irritable.

2. Sweat cools the body off by


_____________________ warm water from
the body. As the moisture evaporates off the
skin, it cools the skin.

4. Studies show that when premature babies


_____________________ a daily massage
routine, they gain an average 47 percent
more weight
5. Although the period of
_____________________ cooperation
with Germany was relatively short, it had a
profound effect on the modernization efforts
of China.
6. If the roof of your mouth is narrow, you are
more _____________________ to snore
since you are not getting enough oxygen
through your nose.

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3. The local residents were rushing around to


take the necessary measures for fear the
_____________________ tornado might hit
their town.

2. The pituitary gland produces growth


hormones which make people grow
tall and helps the kidneys regulate
_____________________ water.

7. Studies show that Chinese babies cry less


and are more easily ___________________
than American babies.

4. The outermost layer of the brain, the cortex,


is responsible for receiving messages from
all the senses and for giving the body all its
_____________________ to move.
5. Russian doctors have noticed a tendency
by people living near Chernobyl to
_____________________ any and all ills on
radiation.
6. The only part of the human body that has
no blood _____________________ is the
cornea. It takes its oxygen directly from the
air.
7. If all of the water were
_____________________ from the body of
an average 160-pound man, the body would
weigh 64 pounds.

8. Studies conducted
_____________________ found no
evidence that sugar causes hyperactivity in
children.

8. Snakes top the phobia list for people, at


25 percent, followed by a fear of being
_____________________ alive, at 22
percent.

9. The pupil of the eye


_____________________ as much as 45
percent when a person looks at something
pleasing.

9. Snacking _____________________ for 15


to 20 percent of Americans daily caloric
intake.

10. If someone is androphobic, they have an


extreme, irrational ________________ of
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3. Stomach ache or indigestion pain does not


_____________________ in the stomach.
The pain comes from anywhere in the
intestine.

10. The gooseflesh you get when youre cold


is the bodys attempt to erect the coat of hair
our _____________________ lost 100,000
years ago.
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REVIEW TESTS

Vocabulary

REVIEW TEST 1
1. One of the most fascinating discoveries
in the world of archaeology was the
magnificent treasure of Tutankhamen in
his burial ----.
A) nation
C) radiation

E) chamber

6. If even a small particle of a meteorite


enters the earths atmosphere, its ---on land may be greater than you might
expect.

B) congestion
D) survey

A) impact
C) warrant

E) reference

A) allowance
C) setting

E) pattern

B) schedule
D) transaction

3. As a result of the strict laws and harsh


measurements in the border between
Mexico and the United States, there is
a considerable decline in the number of
illegal ----.
A) appliances
B) citizens
C) immigrants
D) patriots
E) peasants

7. The Amazon Basin, home to the largest


rainforest in the world, is known for its
astounding ---- of plants and animals.

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2. As the manager of the oil company has


a busy ---- this week out of the city, he
had to cancel the appointment with his
colleagues.

A) eternity

C) variety


E) alibi

B) forgery
D) accommodation

8. Crimea is an autonomous republic of


Ukraine on the northern coast of the
Black Sea occupying a(n) ---- of the same
name.
A) appearance
C) fusion

E) plantation

B) achievement
D) peninsula

9. The ---- of goods or services among


different peoples is an age-old practice,
probably as old as human history.

4. Vikings were the member of the


Scandinavian seafaring ---- who raided
and colonised wide areas of Europe from
the 9th to the 11th century.

A) boundary
B) emigration
C) barter
D) abbreviation

E) catastrophe

A) realms
B) warriors
C) sergeants
D) shields
E) patrols

10. There is a hotly contested political and


public ---- over attempts to reduce or
reverse future global warming, and how
to cope with possible consequences.

5. In the middle ages, many of the ---- were


landless workers who obeyed the rules of
the king or the landlords.
A) wardens
B) siblings
C) peers
D) tyrants
E) peasants

Review Test 1

B) pattern
D) proportion

A) scale
C) enigma

E) debate
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B) admission
D) alleviation

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11. In the USA, issues of ---- and religion


come to the forefront quite often during
elections and presidential campaigns.

16. A healthy body begin with a diet rich in a


variety of fruits, vegetables, high-quality
protein, ---- fats and, pure water.

A) landscape
B) faith
C) mansion
D) quotation

E) introduction

A) harmful
C) pitiful

E) candid

12. As an effective approach for engaging


students in communicating, negotiating
and decision-making, learning based on
---- has spread from language teaching to
other disciplines.
B) turmoils
D) tasks

13. Nicotine replacement therapy involves


replacing cigarettes with other nicotine
----, such as nicotine gum or a nicotine
patch.
A) conclusions
C) objections

E) substitutes

17. An anxiety disorder like obsessivecompulsive disorder may contribute to


---- email checking and uncontrollable
Internet use.

B) altitudes
D) directions

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A) rebels
C) witnesses

E) sanctions

A) excessive
C) respectable

E) tangible

B) nomadic
D) intimate

18. People who like landscape architecture


almost always love nature. They like
working with their hands and being ---and artistic.
A) retarded
C) imaginative

E) redundant

B) embarrassing
D) abusive

19. Shyness can be paralyzing at any age.


It causes ---- anxieties, nightmares,
indigestion and when the occasion to be
strong has passed, infinite regrets.

14. Horticulture farmers grow flowers,


shrubs, and grass called sod. They also
grow fruits and vegetables in ----.
A) madhouses
B) illusions
C) celebrities
D) greenhouses

E) vertebrates

A) pleasant
C) precious

E) bizarre

B) worthy
D) satisfying

20. People love to be with those who can turn


any situation into a funny setting, so you
are recommended to be as ---- as you can.

15. Farmers like working outdoors and


making a living off the land. And most
farmers work for themselves. They like
that ----.

A) legitimate
C) upsetting

E) temporary

A) annoyance
B) imitation
C) pretension
D) scarcity

E) independence
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B) unsafe
D) essential

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B) gloomy
D) humorous

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Vocabulary

21. Although overweight and obesity are


caused by many factors, weight gain
results from a combination of excess
calorie consumption and ---- physical
activity.

26. The most brutal deeds of the Greeks took


place in a(n) ---- war between the Greek
cities and the kingdom of Persia about
three thousand years ago.
A) tender
C) immense

E) tolerable

A) credible
B) everlasting
C) sarcastic
D) imaginary

E) inadequate

27. When England was a province of Rome,


the city of Cheshire was ---- for its fine
cheese.

22. Based on your body language, an


interviewer can tell if you are ---- of
handling the job, if you are devoted, or if
youre someone who can get along with
other employees.
B) naughty
D) essential

23. To maintain a healthy weight, its


important to find healthy ways to deal
with stress and other ---- feelings rather
than mindless eating.
A) unpleasant
C) illiterate

E) dissimilar

B) irresponsible
D) inexperienced

A) profound
C) reckless

E) weird

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C) awkward

E) dependant

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28. When the cheese first melts in a fondue,


it may look too thin or as though it has
separated. ---- heat and stirring will
thicken and smooth the fondue.
A) Gentle
C) Effortless

E) Doubtful

A) Intentional
C) Eventful

E) Mutual

B) celestial
D) solitary

B) Regretful
D) Timid

B) Superstitious
D) Drizzly

30. Very inexpensive exercise machines


tend to be weak and hard to adjust, but
many sturdy machines are available at ---prices.

25. A cluster or bunch of bananas is called a


hand. ---- bananas are called fingers.
A) Ironic
C) Edible

E) Notorious

B) renowned
D) shadowy

29. ---- people who try to read their fate in the


stars in the sky are really practicing an
art of Babylonian origin.

24. Artichokes contain phytochemicals,


which are antioxidants ---- in the
prevention of certain cancers.
A) major
C) persuasive

E) beneficial

B) slight
D) obtainable

B) Individual
D) Laborious

A) moderate
C) naughty

E) sarcastic
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D) eminent

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31. The research will allow scientists to


map in much more detail the presence
of various pollutants in a particular
marine environment, providing important
information in the event of a future spill
and any ---- legal action.
A) diminishing
C) casting

E) ensuing

36. The human brain is insensitive to pain.


The suffering of a headache comes not
from the organ itself but from the nerve
and muscles ---- it.
A) cruising
C) beating

E) revealing

B) fluctuating
D) downsizing

37. Earthquakes under the sea can trigger


great avalanches of mud and sand, which
can cause undersea currents strong
enough to ---- underwater cables.

33. Copernicus suggestion that the earth


was turning around once a day and
orbiting around the sun once a year was
rejected by nearly everyone because
they thought it ---- common sense and
required the universe to be unbelievably
large.
A) violated
C) sustained

E) devoted

B) nourished
D) concluded

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32. Pollutants ---- from widespread biomass


fires in Central America can influence air
quality, visibility and climate.
A) drowned
B) submitted
C) expelled

D) expanded

E) transformed

34. Many scientists believe that ---- an animal


acquires during its lifetime could be
passed on to its offspring.
A) allocations

B) features
C) demolitions
D) locations

E) nominations

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A) swap
C) stare



E) stitch

B) snap
D) store

38. People with antisocial personality


disorder who do not admit having a
problem may need treatment to be ---- by
a court.
A) contributed
B) eradicated
C) mandated
D) surpassed

E) abbreviated

39. Aristotle was aware that an event can


change the state of matter and this
change of state can be ---- to other
locations where it can further change a
state of matter.
A) participated
C) insulated

E) devastated

B) illuminated
D) transmitted

40. A mountain only as tall as the Eiffel


Tower would take over three million years
to ---- right down.

35. Headache pain originates in the nerves,


muscles, and tissues ---- the skull, not
from the brain.
A) penetrating

C) surrounding

E) reviving

B) capturing
D) lining

A) terminate
C) demand

E) cover

B) relaying
D) conveying

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B) deduct
D) wear

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DICTIONARY

Vocabulary

adhesive
yaptrc, tutkal
adjacent komu
adjust
uydurmak, ayarlamak
administer
ynetmek, idare etmek
admit
itiraf etmek, kabul etmek
adolescent
ergen, gen
adopt
benimsemek evlat edinmek
adore
ok sevmek, tapmak
adorn sslemek
adult yetikin
advance
ilerlemek
adventurous
maceral, srkleyici
adverse
ters, zt, olumsuz
advertise
reklam vermek, ilan etmek
advise
tavsiye etmek
advocate
taraftar, desteklemek
affair
ey, konu
affectionate
efkatli, sevecen
affiliation
iliki, balant
affluent zengin
aggressive
saldrgan
agony ac
agreeable
kabul edilebilir
aid
yardm (etmek)
air out havalandrmak
alert
uyank, dikkatli, tetik
align
sraya koymak
all at once aniden
all the same
yine de
allege
iddia etmek
allocate
ayrmak, bltrmek
allow
izin vermek
amazed (at)
arm
amazing
artc, muhteem
ambitious
hrsl, iddial
amend
dzeltmek, deitirmek
ample
bol, bereketli
amusing elenceli
analyze
analiz etmek, zmlemek
ancestor
ata, cet
ancient
eski alara ait
annoyed (at / with) kzgn
annoying
sinir bozucu
annual yllk
anticipate
tahmin etmek, ngrmek
anxious
endieli
apart from haricinde
apparent
grnen, belli
apparently
grne baklrsa
appeal
hitab etmek, cezbetmek
appear grnmek

A
abandon
terk etmek
abbreviate ksaltmak
abduct
adam karmak
abide by
itaat etmek
abolish
iptal etmek, lavetmek,

yrrlkten kaldrmak
abrupt ani
absolutely
kesinlikle
absorb
emmek, iine ekmek
absorbed (in)
kendini kaptrm
abstain (from)
uzak durmak, saknmak
abstract
soyut, zet
absurd
gln, sama
abundant
bol, ok
abuse
kt davranmak, ktye

kullanmak
accelerate
ivme, hz kazan(dr)mak
acceleration ivme
acceptable
kabul edilebilir
access eriim
accessible
eriilebilir, ulalabilir
accidental
istemeden, kazara olan
accommodation
barnma, konaklama
accompany
elik etmek
accomplish
baarmak, elde etmek
accordingly
buna gre, bylece
account for
aklamak, sebep olmak
accumulate toplamak
accurate
hatasz, eksiksiz
achieve
baarmak, elde etmek
acquainted (with) aina
acquire
elde etmek, kazanmak
act
rol yapmak, eylemde

bulunmak
act on behalf of
adna hareket etmek
activate
harekete geirmek
actually
gerekte, aslnda
acute
iddetli, ilerlemi (hastalk)
adamantly
inatla
adapt uyarlamak
add
eklemek
addicted
tiryaki, baml
addictive
bamllk yapan
additional
ilave, ek
address
hitap etmek
adequate yeterli
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application uygulama
apply bavurmak
appoint atamak
appreciate
takdir etmek
apprehensive endieli
approach yaklamak
appropriate (for)
uygun, elverili
approve
uygun bulmak,

ho karlamak
approximate
yaklak, takribi
arable
verimli, ekilebilir
arbitrate
arabuluculuk yapmak
arid
kurak, orak
arise
ortaya kmak, olmak
arouse
ortaya karmak,

uyandrmak
arrange
dzenlemek
arrogant
kibirli
articulate
aka ifade etmek
artificial yapay
ascend kmak
ask for
rica etmek, istemek
ask out
birine kma teklifinde

bulunmak
aspect
yan, boyut
assassin
suikasti
assemble
monte etmek, kurmak,

topla(n)mak
assert
ileri srmek, iddia etmek
assess
lmek, deerlendirmek
assign
ayrmak, tahsis etmek
assimilate
benzetmek, zmlemek
assist
yardm etmek
associated (with) ilikili
assume
sanmak, varsaymak ,
stlenmek
assure
temin etmek, sz vermek
astonished (at) arm
attain
ulamak, elde etmek
attend
devam etmek , derse vs

katlmak
attentive
dikkatli
attractive
ekici, cazip
attribute
atfetmek, zellik
audit
denetlemek
author
yazar
available
elde, mevcut
avoid
kanmak, saknmak
aware (of)
bilincinde, farknda
awful
korkun, berbat
awkward
beceriksiz, garip
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B
back up
desteklemek,

yedeini almak
balance
dengelemek,

denge, bakiye
ban
yasaklamak
bare plak
barely
yok denecek kadar,

zar zor
bargain
pazarlk etmek, kelepir
barren
orak, plak
barter
takas etmek
based (on) dayanan
baseless
temelsiz, aslsz
basis
esas, temel
battle
sava, muharebe
belong (to)
ait olmak
bend
emek, bkmek
beneficial faydal
benefit fayda
benefit from faydalanmak
benign
iyi huylu
bewildering
artc, sersemletici
biased (against)
n yargl
bitter ac
bizarre garip
blame sulamak
blatant
apak, ortada
blind kr
blissfully
neeyle
blow up
iirmek , patlatmak
blunt
kr, kesmeyen
blurry bulank
boastful
kendini beenmi
bold cesur
boost
arttrmak, gelitirmek,

zenginletirmek
border snr
bored (with)
can sklm
bother
rahatsz etmek
boundary snr
brave cesur
break down
bozulmak, almamak
break in / into
izinsiz girmek
break off
son vermek
break out
patlak vermek,

aniden balamak
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break out of
firar etmek
break up
ayrlmak,

ilikiyi sona erdirmek
breed
tr, oalmak, iftlemek
brief
ksa, z
bright parlak
brighten
aydnlatmak
brilliant
parlak, zeki, mkemmel
bring about
sebep olmak
bring down
aa ekmek
bring on
sebep olmak
bring out
ortaya karmak, gstermek,

piyasaya srmek
bring round ayltmak
bring up
yetitirmek, kusmak,

gndeme getirmek
brittle
nazik, krlgan, gevrek
broad geni
broadcast yaynlamak
brush up (on)
dersin genel tekrarn

yapmak, almak
brutal
zalim, acmasz
budget bte
bump into
karlamak, arpmak
bumpy engebeli
burn down
yanp kl olmak
bury gmmek

caring
duyarl, efkatli
carry on srdrmek
carry out uygulamak
carve oymak
casual
gayrresmi, gndelik
casualty
kayp, l, yaral
catastrophic
feci, korkun
catch on
beenilmek, tutmak
catch up with
ayn seviyeye gelmek,

yetimek
cautious
dikkatli, uyank
celebrity
nl kii
certain
kesin, belli, emin
chair
bakanlk etmek
challenge
meydan okumak
charge sulamak
charming
sevimli
chart
izelge, tablo
chase kovalamak
check in
(otelde vs) kayt yaptrmak
check out
(otelde vs)hesab

kapatmak
cheer up
neelendirmek
cheerful
neeli
chiefly esasen
chilly souk
circumstance
art, koul
clarify aklamak
classify snflandrmak
clear
temizlemek, toparlamak,

ak, net
clever zeki
clumsy
beceriksiz, sakar
cluster kme
coach
eitmek, antrenman

yaptrmak
coarse
kaba, baya
coherence
tutarllk
coherent
uyumlu, tutarl
coincidence tesadf
collaborate
ibirlii yapmak
collapse
yklmak, gmek
collect
toplamak, biriktirmek
collide (into) arpmak
colossal
devasa
come across karlamak
come by
elde etmek
come down with hastalanmak,

yataa dmek
come into
miras almak
come out
olmak, vuku bulmak

C
calculate
hesaplamak
calibrate
ince ayar yapmak
call for gerektirmek
call in
ziyaret etmek
call off
iptal etmek
call up
telefon etmek
calm down sakinlemek
cancel
iptal etmek
candid
samimi, iten
candidate aday
capable of
yetenekli
capricious
kaprisli
capture yakalamak
carefree
rahat, vurdumduymaz
careless dikkatsiz
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Vocabulary

PREPOSITIONS (EDATLAR)

Including
: dahil (including the tax)
In spite of
: -e ramen (in spite of the bad

weather)
Into
: -e, -a (translate into Turkish)
Like
: gibi (like my father)
Near
: yaknnda (near the city center)
Of
: -nin, -nn (the future of the

country)
Off
: uzanda, dnda(off duty)
On
: stnde (on the wall)
On account of : yznden (on account of her

carelessness)
Owing to
: yznden (owing to his lack of

interest)
Over
: zerinde (clouds over the city)
Since
: -den beri (since the beginning of

the semester)
Till
: -e kadar (till the morning)
To
: -e, -a (from nine to five)
Through
: iinde(n) (through the forest),

sayesinde (through her

contributions)
Throughout : her yerinde (throughout the

world), boyunca (throughout

history)
Towards
: -e doru (towards the end of the

century)
Under
: altnda (under the pillow)
Unlike
: aksine (unlike my mother)
Until
: -e kadar (until the morning)
Up to
: -e kadar (up to fifteen hours a

day)
With
: ile (with your help)
Within
: iinde (within an hour)
Without
: -sz, olmadan (without money)

Edatlarn doru kullanm, ok uzun zaman


gerektiren zorlu bir sretir. Ancak edatlarn
anlamn renerek ve sk kullanlan edat + isim,
sfat + edat, ve fiil + edat kombinasyonlarn
ezberleyerek nemli bir mesafe kaydedilebilir.
Kelimeler bekler halinde ezberlendii zaman
daha kolay hatrlanrlar, bu yzden parantez
iindeki ifadelerin ezberlenmesi faydal olacaktr.
About
: hakknda (about my future)
Above
: stnde (above the sea level)
According to : -e gre (according to a recent

research)
Across
: kardan karya (across the

bridge)
Afte
: -den sonra (after the lesson)
Against
: kar (against the law)
All over
: her yerinde (all over the world)
Along
: boyunca (along the street)
Among
: ikiden fazla eyin arasnda

(among the members)
Around
: etrafnda (around the world)
As
: olarak (as an engineer)
At
: -de, -da (at the meeting)
Because of : yznden (because of the war)
Before
: -den nce (before the war)
Behind
: arkasnda (behind the curtains)
Below
: altnda (below the sea level)
Beneath
: altnda (beneath the sea level)
Beside
: yannda, yanbanda (beside

my desk)
Between
: iki eyin arasnda (between you

and me)
Beyond
: tesinde (beyond the mountains)
By
: ile (by bus), -erek, -arak (by

practising), yannda (by my side),

(en ge) - e kadar (by Tuesday)
Concerning : hakknda (concerning the new

project)
Despite
: -e ramen (despite my efforts)
Down
: aada, aasnda (down the

street)
During
: srasnda, boyunca (during my

education)
Following
: -den sonra (following the lesson)
For
: iin (for my country)
From
: -den, -dan (from the company)
In
: iinde (in the box), -de, -da (in

class)
Prepositions

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At all costs

At the airport
At the beginning of
At the bottom of
At the bus stop
At the age of
At first
At the moment
At breakfast
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: ne pahasna olursa
olsun
: hava alannda
: banda
: dibinde
: durakta
: yanda
: balangta
: u anda
: kahvaltda

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Vocabulary

At dawn
: afak vakti
At first sight
: ilk bakta
At the door
: kapda
At home
: evde
At the time
: o srada
In doubt
: pheli
At/ In a hotel
: otelde
In the end
: sonunda
At 100 km per hour : saatte 100 km
In a good/ bad mood : morali iyi/ kt
At last
: sonunda
In my opinion
: bana gre
At the same time
: ayn zamanda
In other words
: bir baka deyile
At the latest
: en ge
pain
: acl, ac iinde
At midnight
: geceyars
In pairs
: iftler halinde
At most
: en fazla
In person
: ahsen
At least
: en azndan
In practice
: uygulamada
At noon
: leyin
In theory
: teoride
At war
: savata
In exchange for
: karlnda
At present
: u anda
In fact
: gerekten (de)
At school
: okulda
In favour of
: lehine, taraftar
At times
: ara sra
At university
: niversitede
At the weekend
: hafta sonunda
At work
: iyerinde
By mistake
: yanllkla
By birth
: doutan
By bus/ train etc
: otobsle, trenle vs
By chance
: ans eseri
By heart
: ezbere
By the way
: aklma gelmiken
By accident
: kazara, istemeden
By means of
: sayesinde
By nature
: doas gerei
By now
: imdiye kadar
By myself
: tek bama
By my watch
: benim saatime gre
For fear of
: korkusuyla
For good
: sonsuza kadar
For instance
: rnein
For a change
: deiiklik olsun diye
For a while
: bir sre iin
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For my sake
: benim (hatrm) iin
For sale
: satlk
For ages
: uzun zamandr
For the time being : imdilik
In conclusion
: sonu olarak
In danger
: tehlikede
In debt
: borlu
In detail
: ayrntsyla
In difficulty
: glkle
On average
: ortalama
On the beach
: kumsalda
On behalf of
: adna
On business
: i iin
On the coast
: kyda
On a diet
: diyette
On duty
: grevli, nbeti
On earth
: dnyada
On a farm
: iftlikte
On fire
: yanmakta
On the floor
: yerde
On foot
: yryerek
On holiday
: tatilde
On an island
: adada
On a journey
: seyahatte
On the left / right
: solda / sada
On the move
: hareket halinde
On the river
: nehirde
On my own
: kendi kendime
On page 25
: sayfa 25te
On the phone
: telefonda
On purpose
: bilerek, kasten
On the market
: piyasada
On the radio / TV
: radyoda / TVde
On sale
: satlk
On the screen
: ekranda
On second thoughts : tekrar dnnce

Sk Kullanlan Sfat + Edat Kombinasyonlar


Accustomed to
Addicted to
Afraid of
Angry with
Aware of
Bored with / by
Capable of
Committed to
Composed of
Concerned about
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: alk
: baml
: korkmu
: kzgn
: farknda, haberdar
: sklm
: muktedir, yapabilen
: bal, adanm
: -den oluan
: endieli
Prepositions

Vocabulary

Connected to
Convinced of
Covered with
Crowded with
Dedicated to
Devoted to
Disappointed with
Divorced from
Done with
Engaged in
Envious of
Equipped with
Excited about
Exhausted from
Exposed to
Familiar with
Filled with
Finished with
Fond of
Frigtened of
Furnished with
Grateful to
Guilty of
Innocent of
Interested in
Involved in

Fight for

Forget about
Forgive for
Hide from
Hope for
Insist on / upon
Introduce to
Keep from
Look forward to
Object to
Participate in
Pray for
Prevent from
Prohibit from
Provide with
Recover from
Rely on / upon
Rescue from
Respond to
Stare at
Stop from
Succeed in
Take advantage of
Take care of
Talk about
Thank for
Think about / of
Vote for

: balantl
: emin, ikna olmu
: ile kapl
: ile dolu
: adanm
: adanm
: hayal krklna uram
: boanm
: ile ii bitmi
: ile megul
: kskanan
: ile donanm
: heyecanl
: yorulmu, tkenmi
: maruz / etkisinde kalm
: aina
: ile dolu
: ile ii bitmi
: dkn, ok seven
: korkmu
: ile donanm
: minnettar
: sulu
: masum
: ilgili
: ilgili, dahil

: savamak,
mcadele etmek
: unutmak
: affetmek
: gizlenmek
: mit etmek
: srar etmek
: tantrmak
: saklamak, korumak
: drt gzle beklemek
: itiraz etmek
: katlmak, yer almak
: dua etmek
: engellemek
: yasaklamak
: salamak, tedarik etmek
: iyilemek, atlatmak
: gvenmek
: kurtarmak
: cevaplamak
: gzn dikip bakmak
: engellemek
: baarl olmak
: faydalanmak
: ilgilenmek
: konumak, bahsetmek
: teekkr etmek
: hakknda dnmek
: oy vermek

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Accuse sb of
Agree with
Apologize for sth
Apply to sb for sth
Approve of
Argue with
Believe in
Blame for
Care about
Compare to / with
Complain about
Consist of
Contribute to
Count on / upon
Depend on / upon
Distinguish from
Dream of / about

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Feel like
Prepositions

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Dilko Yaynlar

ANSWER KEY

VOCABULARY EXERCISES &

NOUNS 1
Exercise 1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

access
exceptions
construction
idea
obstacles
poison
disorders
saliva
defects
addition

Exercise 2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

elevations
fluctuation
interactions
span
feelings
donor
immunity
territory
tip
fertility

Test 1
1B
2C
3A
4B
5E
6D
7C
8A
9C
10A
11A
12B
13C
14E
15A
16E
17D
18C
19B
20D

ADJECTIVES 3
Exercise 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

confusion
device
epidemic
blinks
features
distance
posture
prices
respect
captivity

Exercise 4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

continent
dependence
equipment
charge
error
income
joints
opportunity
difference
consumption

Test 2
1E
2D
3A
4D
5E
6C
7E
8B
9B
10C
11D
12B
13B
14A
15A
16A
17E
18C
19B
20D

colossal
comparable
adverse
innocent
instinctive
rapid
relieved
remote
severe
available

Exercise 6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

NOUNS 2
Exercise 3

TESTS

competitive
fatal
internal
modest
artificial
slender
subsequent
unable
invaluable
entire

Test 3
1B
2E
3B
4A
5D
6E
7B
8A
9E
10E
11C
12C
13A
14C
15B
16C
17C
18A
19B
20D

VERBS 5
Exercise 9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Exercise 10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

ADJECTIVES 4
Exercise 7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

alive
delicate
innovative
barren
loose
abundant
moderate
prior
renowned
excessive

Exercise 8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

acceptable
devoted
greedy
scared
intensive
authentic
accurate
sensitive
distant
balanced

Test 4
1C
2D
3C
4A
5A
6D
7B
8C
9A
10D
11D
12B
13B
14B
15C
16A
17A
18C
19D
20E

apologized
cancelled
capture
beats
demanded
emitted
hitting
absorbed
indicate
appears
aroused
contaminated
promote
remain
accused
seek
divided
submitted
surrounded
comprises

Test 5
1A
2C
3C
4D
5E
6C
7D
8B
9D
10B
11A
12C
13E
14D
15A
16A
17D
18D
19A
20E

VERBS 6
Exercise 11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

collide
considering
approves
tend
pretend
committed
supply
rely
condemned
assess

Exercise 12

1 conveyed
2 associated
3 survive
4 inferred
5 matched
6 benefit
7 exceeds
8 cross
9 exploit
10 confessed

Test 6
1A
2D
3B
4E
5B
6A
7C
8B
9A
10C
11C
12D
13A
14A
15D
16A
17C
18C
19E
20A

ADVERBS 7
Exercise 13

Test 7

Exercise 14

1D
2C
3C
4B
5D
6A
7B
8B
9D
10A
11D
12B
13C
14E
15E
16E
17A
18D
19E
20E

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

approximately
bitterly
conversely
traditionally
abruptly
technically
solely
recently
formerly
independently
actually
entirely
fairly
readily
eventually
permanently
hardly
brightly
particularly
rarely

NOUNS 10
Exercise 19

Test 10

Exercise 20

1C
2B
3C
4C
5D
6B
7A
8C
9C
10B
11D
12B
13D
14C
15C
16A
17C
18D
19E
20E

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

PHR. VERBS 8
Exercise 15

Test 8

Exercise 16

1D
2A
3D
4E
5C
6A
7C
8B
9C
10E
11A
12C
13E
14E
15E
16C
17E
18A
19A
20C

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

back up
turned down
took up
stands for
broke up
send for
run out
get to
account for
calls for

broke into
got back
keep up
took out
broke out
passing by
put out
take down
give off
get down to

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

wages
violence
ribs
opponents
navigation
investment
incidents
approval
prescription
classification

Exercise 18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

cliffs
stuff
status
hostility
assumption
fiction
fibres
female
motion
contamination

Test 9
1C
2D
3C
4B
5C
6C
7E
8C
9D
10E
11A
12E
13E
14C
15A
16C
17B
18E
19B
20A

combustion
dimensions
requests
deprivation
nucleus
infancy
distribution
diameter
gravity
consciousness

Test 13

Exercise 26

1C
2D
3A
4E
5D
6A
7B
8E
9A
10B
11A
12C
13B
14C
15D
16C
17D
18D
19A
20C

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

ADJECTIVES 11
Exercise 21

Test 11

Exercise 22

1C
2D
3C
4C
5A
6C
7B
8C
9E
10D
11A
12B
13B
14C
15D
16B
17B
18B
19E
20C

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

NOUNS 9
Exercise 17

conditions
contests
cultivation
velocity
puberty
talent
celebrations
prevention
gained
contributions

VERBS 13
Exercise 25

commercial
abdominal
estimated
shallow
prone
aerial
sensible
eternal
emotional
abrupt
bumpy
ancient
established
visible
sufficient
notorious
arid
involuntary
external
ethical

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

contaminated
elderly
exceptional
expensive
tough
attainable
temperate
existing
embarrassing
denser

Exercise 24

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

desirable
unreliable
profitable
nutritious
loyal
literate
emotional
internal
porous
diverse

Test 12
1E
2C
3C
4D
5A
6C
7E
8A
9C
10B
11C
12B
13E
14A
15A
16B
17E
18B
19A
20C

covered
inspire
accumulated
ignore
reduced
hold
contribute
hire
recognized
conduct

VERBS 14
Exercise 27

Test 14

Exercise 28

1E
2C
3A
4D
5A
6D
7C
8C
9A
10E
11A
12D
13B
14E
15B
16D
17D
18B
19B
20B

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

ADJECTIVES 12
Exercise 23

alter
contracting
cultivate
trimmed
triggers
insulated
abolished
restore
dilute
blow

arise
blinking
wears
adorn
protected
participate
prevents
trapped
bear
anticipated

withdraw
prevailed
occupying
appreciated
invade
glowing
endure
preceded
argued
thrive

PHR. VERBS 15
Exercise 29

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

barely
continually
instinctively
mutually
extremely
personally
roughly
scarcely
currently
occasionally

Exercise 30

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

clearly
instantly
relatively
possibly
voluntarily
loosely
verbally
especially
universally
regularly

Test 15
1A
2C
3E
4D
5A
6E
7C
8A
9A
10D
11A
12B
13B
14D
15E
16E
17C
18E
19E
20E

PHR. VERBS 16
Exercise 31

1 breaking down
2 called on
3 catch on
4 keep on
5 lay off
6 blew up
7 passed away
8 put aside
9 put off
10 getting on

Exercise 32

1 break out
2 lead to
3 grow into
4 looked down
5 cheer up
6 rushed out
7 drop out
8 stick to
9 stand out
10 get round

Test 16
1A
2B
3B
4E
5A
6D
7C
8B
9B
10D
11E
12D
13B
14D
15C
16A
17E
18B
19D
20C

NOUNS 17

Exercise 33

1 accordance
2 strands
3 samples
4 resistance
5 anxiety
6 metaphor
7 irrigation
8 species
9 absence
10 malfunction

Exercise 34

1 lack
2 intakes
3 institutions
4 adjustment
5 inspiration
6 impression
7 majority
8 habit
9 insects
10 ailment

Test 17
1E
2C
3E
4A
5A
6C
7C
8B
9D
10B
11A
12D
13D
14E
15B
16D
17D
18A
19A
20A

ADJECTIVES 19
Exercise 37
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Exercise 38
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

1 stairs
2 realm
3 situation
4 mortality
5 means
6 peers
7 fur
8 expansion
9 observations
10 achievement

Exercise 36

1 behaviours
2 tensions
3 affairs
4 masterpiece
5 junk
6 muscles
7 humidity
8 garbage
9 illusion
10 sacrifice

Test 18
1E
2A
3C
4D
5D
6B
7C
8E
9A
10A
11D
12D
13E
14A
15B
16C
17D
18A
19B
20C

frightened
inner
fresh
mere
repetitive
horizontal
verbal
inclined
identical
illegal

Test 19
1C
2B
3D
4A
5A
6E
7B
8B
9A
10C
11B
12B
13C
14D
15E
16A
17B
18B
19C
20B

ADJECTIVES 20

Exercise 39
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

efficient
frozen
bitter
giant
abstract
scarce
preventive
premature
manual
exposed

Exercise 40
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

NOUNS 18
Exercise 35

formal
honest
incessant
martial
foreign
occupational
racial
naked
sticky
former

distinct
beneficial
rotten
retarded
raw
extrovert
curious
sudden
amusing
hierarchical

Test 20
1E
2D
3B
4C
5E
6C
7D
8C
9C
10B
11E
12A
13D
14A
15E
16C
17B
18C
19D
20D

VERBS 22
Exercise 43
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Exercise 44
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

baked
settle
absorb
release
underlie
buried
purchase
overthrow
abolishing
refrain

Exercise 42
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

applied
imitate
identify
wrapped
float
aggravated
enable
vote
pause
assigned

Test 21
1C
2B
3B
4D
5A
6A
7E
8A
9E
10A
11E
12E
13B
14D
15A
16B
17B
18C
19C
20D

composed
accomplish
proposed
transmitted
acquire
hardening
founded
enhance
collapse
depleted

Test 22
1C
2D
3B
4E
5C
6A
7A
8A
9D
10A
11C
12B
13B
14A
15E
16A
17D
18B
19B
20A

ADVERBS 23

Exercise 45
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

commonly
artificially
deliberately
ironically
mentally
accurately
merely
directly
deeply
constantly

Exercise 46
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

VERBS 21
Exercise 41

boil
demonstrated
shedding
circulate
permitted
occurs
accelerated
hibernates
devoted
boost

intuitively
annually
prematurely
temporarily
imperceptibly
substantially
vertically
unexpectedly
rapidly
frequently

Test 23
1A
2D
3D
4A
5C
6A
7A
8E
9C
10B
11D
12A
13D
14A
15C
16D
17A
18C
19B
20D

PHR. VERBS 24
Exercise 47
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

break through
came down with
fall behind
got hold of
cheated on
give off
put up
stand by
cut down
throw up

Exercise 48
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

fall for
comes before
look on
dress up
pulled down
set out
burst out
set up
settle down
came around

Test 24
1A
2A
3C
4B
5E
6A
7E
8C
9A
10E
11A
12D
13D
14A
15C
16C
17D
18E
19D
20B

REVIEW EXERCISES

Exercise 1

Exercise 6

Exercise 11

Exercise 16

Exercise 2

Exercise 7

Exercise 12

Exercise 17

Exercise 3

Exercise 8

Exercise 13

Exercise 18

Exercise 4

Exercise 9

Exercise 14

Exercise 19

Exercise 5

Exercise 10

Exercise 15

Exercise 20

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logic
create
devise
innovations
concrete
gravitational
surroundings
arise
volumes
conduct
destroyed
diminishes
proportional
exert
features
breeding
accounted
somewhat
preserved
care for
enables
identify
reproduction
judgements
input
multiple
disturbance
heredity
disasters
consequences

appointment
dispute
disposal
harvested
manipulating
depletion
turning off
slightly
displayed
worn out
detect
distort
survey
nourishment
fertility
paralysis
strenous
scent
withstand
contend

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2
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raise
insulates
occurs
approximately repair
requires
dehydrated
determines
composed
amazement

roughly
releasing
approaching
receive
intense
prone
consoled
recently
expands
fear
distractive
consumed
originate
commands
blame
supply
drained
buried
accounts
ancestors
recognize
belong
considered
attributed
merely
efficient
hangover
trigger
relieving
accommodate
startle
detect
relief
lead to
span
perspiration
relative
hold
boost
adolescence

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2
3
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5
6
7
8
9
10
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2
3
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2
3
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virtually
per capita
nutritious
challenge
battle
depleted
leftovers
resource
induced
suspicion
error
eliminating
annual
dim
orbiting
account
gravity
abruptly
dumped
acquires
process
raises
eroding
releasing
magnification
facilitate
conservation
identical
straight
conditions
shrunk
respond
alike
features
contribute
assembling
beneficial
recycled
external
evolved
emissions
innate
associated
affiliation
aspects
drawbacks
desires
compromise
properties
consequences

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2
3
4
5
6
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10
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2
3
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5
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9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

slight
accelerates
approximately
strenous
influenced
estimate
rural
cavities
losses
frequent
contracts
acquire
stands out
established
expanding
tiny
chases
imported
exploitation
crops

formed
make up
purest
threatened
consumption
account for
leading to
taken up
hibernating
involving
cultivated
surface
skeleton
experiences
gravitational
insensitive
considered
substance
numerous
simulating
giant
discriminate
penetrate
pattern
starve
supplement
fastening
trade
identify
tend

Exercise 21

Exercise 26

Exercise 31

Exercise 36

Exercise 22

Exercise 27

Exercise 32

Exercise 37

Exercise 23

Exercise 28

Exercise 33

Exercise 38

Exercise 24

Exercise 29

Exercise 34

Exercise 39

Exercise 25

Exercise 30

Exercise 35

Exercise 40

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2
3
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founded
major
located
ranked
residents
peak
declining
included
rate
struggle

attention
malnourishment
donate
affected
confused
neighbour
labelled
situation
entire
adults
announced
leading
gather
results
publishes
crew
based
capture
equipment
size
terms
figure
ranked
relief
dominated
led
extensive
neared
particularly
succeeded
accompanied
voyage
contributed
remains
admitted
considered
including
influenced
delegate
outlaw

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6
7
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9
10
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band
exploded
referred
regarded
focus
waned
core
particularly
brief
expanded
construct
regardless
connecting
essential
likely
remain
available
aspect
encountered
opportunities
scale
decades
ceased
lack
refugees
rebels
massive
pressure
aid
self

odourless
mass
abundant
composed
relatively
equally
contains
nucleus
compounds
involve
relatively
prolific
ranged
admired
prevented
obstacle
disorder
gained
decline
recurrenT

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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rate
identical
influence
wonder
crash
similarly
significant
variations
decreases
observe
formerly
located
received
appliance
local
poor
valley
transmitters
virtually
except
devices
roughly
divided
include
functioned
introduced
turn
accurate
previous
calculate
established
located
encompasses
dense
extends
commercial
pass
threatened
responded
aim
independent
revolves
trapped
budget
decade
estimated
contents
impact
subsequent
pending

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native
separate
possibly
dry
dig
lay
indicates
abundant
predicted
released

accused
argue
count
proof
exists
identities
percent
pass away
state
inadequate
base
involved
repair
wounded
storage
negligible
strike
advance
resources
unavoidable
hatches
gains
shed
case
wrap
visible
turn into
predators
actually
rotting
offer
simulate
exposed
layer
absorbed
swelling
blurred
fatal
lessen
severity

REVIEW TESTS

REVIEW TEST 1
1E 2B 3C 4B 5E 6A 7C 8D 9C 10E 11B 12D 13E 14D 15E 16D 17A 18C 19E 20D 21E 22A 23A 24E 25B 26C
27B 28A 29B 30A 31E 32C 33A 34B 35C 36D 37B 38C 39D 40D 41A 42B 43D 44A 45D 46E 47E 48D 49C 50A

REVIEW TEST 2
1A 2B 3D 4A 5A 6E 7A 8B 9C 10A 11E 12B 13C 14C 15B 16B 17A 18E 19B 20D 21A 22C 23D 24B 25B 26D
27E 28E 29E 30D 31C 32E 33D 34D 35C 36E 37D 38D 39A 40C 41B 42B 43B 44D 45B 46B 47A 48E 49B 50E

REVIEW TEST 3
1B 2B 3C 4D 5B 6B 7E 8B 9D 10A 11E 12C 13A 14E 15A 16B 17B 18A 19A 20C 21D 22A 23E 24A 25E 26D
27A 28B 29D 30E 31A 32A 33E 34C 35D 36D 37D 38E 39E 40A 41A 42C 43A 44C 45B 46B 47D 48C 49B 50A

REVIEW TEST 4
1D 2E 3A 4A 5E 6D 7A 8E 9B 10C 11D 12B 13D 14B 15D 16C 17D 18A 19A 20C 21A 22E 23E 24B 25A 26A
27C 28A 29D 30A 31D 32A 33B 34C 35D 36A 37C 38D 39D 40D 41A 42A 43D 44C 45A 46D 47B 48B 49A 50C

REVIEW TEST 5
1C 2C 3B 4D 5A 6A 7E 8C 9D 10E 11C 12B 13D 14B 15A 16A 17A 18E 19B 20E 21E 22D 23B 24B 25D 26C
27A 28A 29D 30E 31B 32A 33E 34D 35C 36D 37E 38E 39D 40E 41E 42C 43B 44A 45C 46A 47D 48B 49B 50B