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1. He had an evil ________ in his eye


2. He insisted ________ leaving early


3. He drives ________ a maniac


4. He felt it was time to ________ our affair.


5. He imports all of his goods.



6. He had been ill for a long time and passed ________ in hospital last night.


7. He had to go to hospital because he'd hurt ________ playing football


8. He had to appear ________ court last week


9. He lacks ________


10. He lived there for almost thirty years


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  • Derived from Greek what does alias literally mean ? . Answer ..
  • All ready and all right (two words) mean that everything is ready or everything is correct / OK:
    - The students are all ready for the test.
    - Your answers are all right. or All your answers are right.

    Already means that something happened earlier than expected:
    - He's only 14 and he's already graduated from high school - he's a genius!
    - The repairs on my car are finished already? Wow, that was fast.
    - You don't have to wash the dishes - I've already done it.



    All right can also mean OK/uninjured, acceptable, or average.
    - Are you all right?
    - If it's all right with you, we'll reschedule the meeting. or If it's acceptable to you
    - The food at that restaurant is all right. or Average; not especially great, but not bad either

    Alright is a variant of "all right" that is not considered correct, even though many people use it informally.
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