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1. Newspaper


2. Door


3. Flat


4. Advert


5. Orange juice



6. Equipment


7. We'll be ready ___ the time you get back.


8. Computer


9. _________ I was tired, I managed to finish the work.


10. Desk


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  • Body Language

    Crossed Arms

    Crossed arms represent a protective or separating barrier. This can be due to various causes, ranging from severe animosity or concern to mild boredom or being too tired. Crossed arms is a commonly exhibited signal by subordinates feeling threatened by bosses and figures of authority. People also cross arms when they are feeling cold, so be careful not to misread this signal.


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