English C1

English C1

  1. 1. Someone who has an unreasonable dislike of a thing or a group of people is A.
    A




  2. 2. It is very annoying of him. Sometimes Joe can be a real A in the neck.
    A




  3. 3. Despite the fraudulent evidence and his alibi, Kenny was given a life A.
    A




  4. 4. More than fifty years have passed since J. F. Kennedy was shot dead, yet people are still waiting for someone to A the truth.
    A




  5. 5. It's because you have such a good sense of humour A I enjoy your company.
    A




  6. 6. We A leave now if we don't want to miss our train.
    A




  7. 7. Supposing you'd met the President, what A?
    A




  8. 8. We all agreed that decisions A long time ago. Now it's too late.
    A




  9. 9. Not until the ambulance arrived A how serious it was.
    A




  10. 10. She wrapped up the prepositions and went on A about articles.
    A




  11. 11. I'm tired of A to. I want the truth.
    A




  12. 12. He neither called A texted so we were really worried about him.
    A




  13. 13. You must see his latest film! ~ I already A.
    A




  14. 14. It was by far A of all the hotels we stayed at.
    A




  15. 15. I'd rather you A in here, gentlemen. The living room smells terribly now. Why didn't you go outside?
    A




  16. 16. I'm waiting for my friend A.
    A




  17. 17. Amy would have left Paul by now if she A still B him.
    A




    B


  18. 18. I wish I A to Dawn like that - you know how sensitive she is.
    A




  19. 19. We got lost and had to stop to ask for directions. But we A as we found our map twenty minutes later.
    A




  20. 20. We had a great time hiking, but we A our umbrellas as it didn't rain at all.
    A




  21. 21. I'd sooner they A me a cheque than a watch when I retired.
    A




  22. 22. The building is said to A built two years ago.
    A




  23. 23. Kids, you really need to stop playing now. It's high time A to bed.
    A




  24. 24. Not until you become a parent yourself A understand what it really means.
    A




  25. 25. I A something funny in here. What on earth is it?
    A




  26. 26. A, I wouldn't take any more tests.
    A




  27. 27. My aunt and I are not on speaking A.
    A




  28. 28. After the soldiers had captured the city, they began A.
    A




  29. 29. When I'm nervous I often A my fingers on the table.
    A




  30. 30. We had to cut our trip A due to deteriorating weather conditions.
    A