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General English Grammar Questions and Answers


1. If you ________ ice, it ________


2. If it ________ the match ________ cancelled.


3. He ________ some of the samples presented to him.


4. He was properly ________ by the authorities.


5. I asked him what mischief he ________



6. I ________ some photos to be developed.


7. Work hard lest you ________ fail.


8. Maharana Pratap ________ in the battle of Haldighati, and so he ________ to the jungle.


9. I ________ it ________ the wrong thing to do.


10. Why ________ you ________ him?


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    Luge training also involves sessions in wind tunnels, during which athletes figure out the form that achieves minimum aerodynamic drag. Monitors above the sliders head and at his feet display a number that represents the amount of drag hes experiencing. During the session, with wind blowing over and against him at 90 mph, the athlete makes minute adjustments to his position to lower the drag number. Training for luge is about strength and precision, but a slider has to have a certain temperament, too. In a CBC interview, Chris Moffat of the Canadian Luge Team explains, The fastest people are the people that are out of control. Its the fact that youre not always in control thats nice. In luge, adrenaline junkies win.


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