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General English : General Elementary English Questions and Answers


1. Oh yes. Are you ________ away?


2. The trouble is that there are some very ________ rain clouds over the north.


3. I assume there's nothing ________ . I said it would be quick. Oh dear.


4. Oh there goes the front door bell oh it's you! I might have ________ .


5. Well, I did ________ a lot of money on it.



6. Do we need any dairy ________ ?


7. It will be a bit of a mixed ________ .


8. These will ________ some rainfall later this morning.


9. Just look at the size of those huge ________ at the checkouts.


10. ________ you must know what we need?


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    Some cameras give you the option of displaying an overlaid grid on the rear LCD to help you line up your subjects along these lines. If yours does, go one step further and put key elements on the points where the horizontal and vertical lines intersect.Here we ve added short red ticks to the top and the bottom of this frame to show how the man warming his drum is positioned one third of the way in from the right of the frame, and the flames of the fire are one third of the way in from the left.


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