General English : General Elementary English Questions and Answers

1. As a result you feel as if you are walking in a ________ since at each turning you come to a block end.

2. He saw the ants and ________ them with all the strength he could find to let him have a little food.

3. The detective story is sometimes called 'whodunit'because the reader has to work ________ who did it, who committed the crime.

4. The hare shot ahead and then decided to ________ down at the side of the path for a rest.

5. The ants shook their heads at him and asked him why he hadn't ________ up food in the summer.

6. At the end of the race the tortoise, ________ by all his hard work, was quietly slumbering on the line.

7. Sensibly as all ants do, they had ________ the grain during the summer.

8. It wasn't long before the hare fell into a ________ sleep.

9. One day a hare looked at a tortoise and ________ the short feet of the tortoise.

10. The moral of this fable is: you mustn't ________ children for the mistakes of their parents.

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    S T O P

    STOP Take a deep breath, sit down if possible, calm yourself and recognize that whatever has happened to get you here is past and cannot be undone. You are now in a survival situation.

    THINK Your most important asset is your brain. Use it! Don't Panic! Think first, so you have no regrets. Move with deliberate care. Take no action, even a footstep, until you have thought it through.

    OBSERVE Look around you. Assess your situation and options. Take stock of your supplies, equipment, surroundings and the capabilities of the group.

    PLAN Prioritize your immediate needs and develop a plan to systematically deal with the emergency. Make a plan. Follow your plan. Adjust your plan only as necessary to deal with changing circumstances.

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