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1. The more expensive one seems to be a better choice ________ it will last a lot longer


2. The past participle of 'do'is ________


3. The opportunity didn't interest me much, so I passed it ________


4. The new motorway has three ________ in each direction


5. The past participle of 'fall'is ________



6. The past participle of 'become'is ________


7. The opposition expect to get elected ________ the poor results of today's opinion poll


8. The music was so loud that they asked them to ________ it down a bit


9. The parcel was delivered ________ hand.


10. The passive ________ formed with the verb 'to be'


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  • Tips to success in Driving Test

    Parking manoeuvres

    One word practise! They all get easier with practice. Practise in different locations dont always reverse park in the same street and on the big day dont over think the manoeuvres.Read the Guide to the Driving Test to familiarise yourself with all the different manoeuvres required.
    Remember they are a small part of the overall driving test. For some reason people place major importance on the reverse park and there seems to be a perception that if they dont get it right then theyve failed the test especially if they bump the kerb. But unless its significant enough to be a fail item, then it is usually just a negative tick on the score sheet.


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