Instructions
Read the text and then type this missing word in the box on the right.
There is an example at the beginning:
(0)  your/more

Too Good to be True

Some say you can do it in seven days, others promise success in 24 hours, or you may prefer to take (0) ... time and do it in 5 weeks. What are we talking about? Believe it (1) ... not, these periods (2) ... time refer to language learning courses that promise excellent results in less time (3) ... it takes to say 'Bonjour'!
However, the advertisements of these companies are not necessarily the best guide and if you don't know what to look for in a good course you could be left with little (4) ... than a large bill.
A complaint was recently made to a consumer rights group against WhizzLearn Systems, a language school chain, and the company has been forced to remove its claim that its technique is ten times better than any (5) ... method. The Managing Director of WhizzLearn Systems said (6) "... we still believe our claim is true, we are willing to change our advert. But the fact remains, if you spend 3 hours per day for 5 weeks on our language course you will soon be speaking the language. What we (7) ... have done was to make (8) ... clearer in the advert."