Test # Phrasal Verbs - Run

We haven't got much A4 paper left for the photocopier; we're running ________

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    Eye exercise can cure defective vision

    The following exercises will loosen the strained and contracted muscles surrounding the eyes:
  • Keep your head still and relaxed. Gently move the eyes up and down six times. Repeat the same movement twice or thrice at two-second intervals The eyes should move slowly and regularly as far down as possible and then as far up as possible.
  • Move the eyes from side to side as far as possible, without any force or effort six times. Repeat two or three times.
  • Hold the index finger of your right hand about eight inches in front of the eyes, then look from the finger to any other large object ten or more feet away- the door or window will do. Look from one to the other ten times. Do this exercise fairly rapidly.
  • Move the eyes up gently and slowly in a circle, then move them low in the reverse direction . Do this four times in all. Rest for a second and repeat the movements two or three times, using minimum efforts. All eye muscle exercises should be performed while seated in a comfortable position.

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