1. I want revenge- I'm going to pay him ________ for that insult!

2. If you put something in a secure place to stop it being stolen, you lock it in.

3. If a project is moving along, it is progressing.

4. No matter how bad things seem, you should always look ________ the bright side of life

5. After the accident, everyone looked ________ the local priest for support and advice

6. She made ________ the story because she was afraid to tell the truth

7. I had to look ________ my neighbour's dog while she was away

8. Everybody made ________ that it was really difficult, but I found it dead easy

9. She promised them that she would look ________ the matter and find out what had gone wrong

10. If someone has moved away, they have left the area they were living in.

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    South Africa is still known all around the world today for something that it is incredibly ashamed of: apartheid. Since Nelson Mandela took a stand against injustice and discrimination, the country has been attempting to recover, and in many ways, it has. Before apartheid was over thrown, the army was called the South African Defence Force, and it was primarily a tool to use against those that the government did not like. If you rebelled against the government, tried to avoid the ridiculous laws and rules, or heaven forbid, not be white, then you were in for trouble. Who is going to argue with the strongest military in the world? Some of the most disturbing images and videos of the time when South Africa was under apartheid are of members of the South African Defence Force hurting innocent people. But when Nelson Mandela was finally able to begin again, in 1994, all of that changed. The military was re created in 1994 as a protector of the people, not as its controller. The new constitution in effect totally changed the way that South Africans saw one of the strongest armies of the world, because now it was there to help them, not to harm them.

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