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Part 4: Gapped Sentences

2) Adjectives

Think of one word which can be used appropriately in both sentences.
There are EIGHT questions in all.

1. The art gallery is easily ................ for wheelchair users.

The guidebooks are written in simple language in order to be ................ to the general public.

2. Our offices are in ................ Birmingham so we're close to all the main transport links.

The facts were of ................ importance in the court case.

3. We didn't want to leave the house ................ when we went away so we asked a friend to house-sit for us.

I really wouldn't rely on him as he's always making ................ promises.

4. They're predicting ................ rain and strong winds later today.

Sorry I'm late - I got caught up in ................ traffic.

5. The vaccination is effective but it can't guarantee that you'll be completely ................ to the disease.

He's ................ to any criticism of his driving technique.

6. You must be ................ if you think you can pass your exams without putting in any work.

My dad's ................ with me for borrowing his car without asking.

7. Let the other car go first along this ................ stretch of road.

She's very ................-minded and doesn't like to mix with people who have different views to her own.

8. He wants to become a ................ photographer now he's been taking snaps for a while.

Frank reassured the boss that her relationship with Tom was strictly .................

 

 



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