General English Questions and Answers

1. What concerns people most are the mounting ________ among governments that it will take at least a generation for us to be rid of excessive debt.

2. We often hear that such and such a piece of information cannot be released into the public ________ in the interest of national security.

3. Job losses are mainly in the ________ sectors of the industry.

4. Some people are ________ to learn a foreign language.

5. Going on a spending ________ with your credit card and no concern about how you pay back the money you borrow, is a growing habit these days.

6. The circular will contain ________ financial information to help investors.

7. In reality it's a very long ________ to get from owing to paying off all your debts.

8. The more the authorities try to conceal what is happening, the more it fuels ________ about what might be happening.

9. Once this disclosure is ________ it's the job of the journalist to follow it through to a satisfactory conclusion.

10. Then two days before the trial was due to start, new evidence came to ________ proving he was totally innocent.

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    Dangerous voltage

    Its actually the current that is important rather than the voltage, but due to the resistance of the body you cant get a dangerous current without there being sufficiently high voltage. You can work this out yourself using ohms law, but the important thing as far as this is concerned is to remember the safety principles. Generally you are relatively safe dealing with voltages of less than 50V, but anything above that can be dangerous.You are generally safe from electrocution on most electronic circuits that run off domestic batteries, including 12v car batteries. There may however be batteries in your home that can pose a real danger, such as the output from a UPS uninterruptible power supply for a computer, or if you have a home energy system such as solar panels.Even if you equipment is designed to run at less than the dangerous voltage for electrocution it may still pose a risk of burns, fire or even explosion so keep reading.

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