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  • Question 1
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    The graph depicts waste recycling rates in the U.S. (1.) ... 1960 to 2011, in both percentage and tons.

    Between 1960 and 1970, the percentage of garbage being recycled annually remained relatively (2.) ... at just over 6%. It then (3.) ... slightly over the next 15 years to 10.1% in 1985.

    On the other hand, the amount of garbage being recycled (4.) ... during the same period, from 5.6 million tons in 1960 to 16.7 million tons in 1985. Following this (5.) ... increase, the amount of waste material being recycled has risen (6.) ... between 1985 and 2011 when it (7.) ... at 86.9 million tons.

    Similarly, the recycling rate continued to grow (8.) ... from 1985 to 1995, and then at a slower rate over the next 15 years until it (9.) ... a peak of 34.7% in 2011. However, this figure is still disappointing (10.) ... to the total amount of waste being recycled each year.

    (150 words)


    Fill the blanks with the following option:

    sharply, tripled, peaked, reached, steady, from, rose, compared, sharp, significantly

    answer
    from
  • Question 2
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    The graph depicts waste recycling rates in the U.S. (1.) ... 1960 to 2011, in both percentage and tons.

    Between 1960 and 1970, the percentage of garbage being recycled annually remained relatively (2.) ... at just over 6%. It then (3.) ... slightly over the next 15 years to 10.1% in 1985.

    On the other hand, the amount of garbage being recycled (4.) ... during the same period, from 5.6 million tons in 1960 to 16.7 million tons in 1985. Following this (5.) ... increase, the amount of waste material being recycled has risen (6.) ... between 1985 and 2011 when it (7.) ... at 86.9 million tons.

    Similarly, the recycling rate continued to grow (8.) ... from 1985 to 1995, and then at a slower rate over the next 15 years until it (9.) ... a peak of 34.7% in 2011. However, this figure is still disappointing (10.) ... to the total amount of waste being recycled each year.

    (150 words)


    Fill the blanks with the following option:

    sharply, tripled, peaked, reached, steady, from, rose, compared, sharp, significantly

    answer
    steady
  • Question 3
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    The graph depicts waste recycling rates in the U.S. (1.) ... 1960 to 2011, in both percentage and tons.

    Between 1960 and 1970, the percentage of garbage being recycled annually remained relatively (2.) ... at just over 6%. It then (3.) ... slightly over the next 15 years to 10.1% in 1985.

    On the other hand, the amount of garbage being recycled (4.) ... during the same period, from 5.6 million tons in 1960 to 16.7 million tons in 1985. Following this (5.) ... increase, the amount of waste material being recycled has risen (6.) ... between 1985 and 2011 when it (7.) ... at 86.9 million tons.

    Similarly, the recycling rate continued to grow (8.) ... from 1985 to 1995, and then at a slower rate over the next 15 years until it (9.) ... a peak of 34.7% in 2011. However, this figure is still disappointing (10.) ... to the total amount of waste being recycled each year.

    (150 words)


    Fill the blanks with the following option:

    sharply, tripled, peaked, reached, steady, from, rose, compared, sharp, significantly

    answer
    rose
  • Question 4
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    The graph depicts waste recycling rates in the U.S. (1.) ... 1960 to 2011, in both percentage and tons.

    Between 1960 and 1970, the percentage of garbage being recycled annually remained relatively (2.) ... at just over 6%. It then (3.) ... slightly over the next 15 years to 10.1% in 1985.

    On the other hand, the amount of garbage being recycled (4.) ... during the same period, from 5.6 million tons in 1960 to 16.7 million tons in 1985. Following this (5.) ... increase, the amount of waste material being recycled has risen (6.) ... between 1985 and 2011 when it (7.) ... at 86.9 million tons.

    Similarly, the recycling rate continued to grow (8.) ... from 1985 to 1995, and then at a slower rate over the next 15 years until it (9.) ... a peak of 34.7% in 2011. However, this figure is still disappointing (10.) ... to the total amount of waste being recycled each year.

    (150 words)


    Fill the blanks with the following option:

    sharply, tripled, peaked, reached, steady, from, rose, compared, sharp, significantly

    answer
    trippled
  • Question 5
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    The graph depicts waste recycling rates in the U.S. (1.) ... 1960 to 2011, in both percentage and tons.

    Between 1960 and 1970, the percentage of garbage being recycled annually remained relatively (2.) ... at just over 6%. It then (3.) ... slightly over the next 15 years to 10.1% in 1985.

    On the other hand, the amount of garbage being recycled (4.) ... during the same period, from 5.6 million tons in 1960 to 16.7 million tons in 1985. Following this (5.) ... increase, the amount of waste material being recycled has risen (6.) ... between 1985 and 2011 when it (7.) ... at 86.9 million tons.

    Similarly, the recycling rate continued to grow (8.) ... from 1985 to 1995, and then at a slower rate over the next 15 years until it (9.) ... a peak of 34.7% in 2011. However, this figure is still disappointing (10.) ... to the total amount of waste being recycled each year.

    (150 words)


    Fill the blanks with the following option:

    sharply, tripled, peaked, reached, steady, from, rose, compared, sharp, significantly

    answer
    sharp
  • Question 6
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    The graph depicts waste recycling rates in the U.S. (1.) ... 1960 to 2011, in both percentage and tons.

    Between 1960 and 1970, the percentage of garbage being recycled annually remained relatively (2.) ... at just over 6%. It then (3.) ... slightly over the next 15 years to 10.1% in 1985.

    On the other hand, the amount of garbage being recycled (4.) ... during the same period, from 5.6 million tons in 1960 to 16.7 million tons in 1985. Following this (5.) ... increase, the amount of waste material being recycled has risen (6.) ... between 1985 and 2011 when it (7.) ... at 86.9 million tons.

    Similarly, the recycling rate continued to grow (8.) ... from 1985 to 1995, and then at a slower rate over the next 15 years until it (9.) ... a peak of 34.7% in 2011. However, this figure is still disappointing (10.) ... to the total amount of waste being recycled each year.

    (150 words)


    Fill the blanks with the following option:

    sharply, tripled, peaked, reached, steady, from, rose, compared, sharp, significantly

    answer
    significantly
  • Question 7
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    The graph depicts waste recycling rates in the U.S. (1.) ... 1960 to 2011, in both percentage and tons.

    Between 1960 and 1970, the percentage of garbage being recycled annually remained relatively (2.) ... at just over 6%. It then (3.) ... slightly over the next 15 years to 10.1% in 1985.

    On the other hand, the amount of garbage being recycled (4.) ... during the same period, from 5.6 million tons in 1960 to 16.7 million tons in 1985. Following this (5.) ... increase, the amount of waste material being recycled has risen (6.) ... between 1985 and 2011 when it (7.) ... at 86.9 million tons.

    Similarly, the recycling rate continued to grow (8.) ... from 1985 to 1995, and then at a slower rate over the next 15 years until it (9.) ... a peak of 34.7% in 2011. However, this figure is still disappointing (10.) ... to the total amount of waste being recycled each year.

    (150 words)


    Fill the blanks with the following option:

    sharply, tripled, peaked, reached, steady, from, rose, compared, sharp, significantly

    answer
    peaked
  • Question 8
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    The graph depicts waste recycling rates in the U.S. (1.) ... 1960 to 2011, in both percentage and tons.

    Between 1960 and 1970, the percentage of garbage being recycled annually remained relatively (2.) ... at just over 6%. It then (3.) ... slightly over the next 15 years to 10.1% in 1985.

    On the other hand, the amount of garbage being recycled (4.) ... during the same period, from 5.6 million tons in 1960 to 16.7 million tons in 1985. Following this (5.) ... increase, the amount of waste material being recycled has risen (6.) ... between 1985 and 2011 when it (7.) ... at 86.9 million tons.

    Similarly, the recycling rate continued to grow (8.) ... from 1985 to 1995, and then at a slower rate over the next 15 years until it (9.) ... a peak of 34.7% in 2011. However, this figure is still disappointing (10.) ... to the total amount of waste being recycled each year.

    (150 words)


    Fill the blanks with the following option:

    sharply, tripled, peaked, reached, steady, from, rose, compared, sharp, significantly

    answer
    sharply
  • Question 9
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    The graph depicts waste recycling rates in the U.S. (1.) ... 1960 to 2011, in both percentage and tons.

    Between 1960 and 1970, the percentage of garbage being recycled annually remained relatively (2.) ... at just over 6%. It then (3.) ... slightly over the next 15 years to 10.1% in 1985.

    On the other hand, the amount of garbage being recycled (4.) ... during the same period, from 5.6 million tons in 1960 to 16.7 million tons in 1985. Following this (5.) ... increase, the amount of waste material being recycled has risen (6.) ... between 1985 and 2011 when it (7.) ... at 86.9 million tons.

    Similarly, the recycling rate continued to grow (8.) ... from 1985 to 1995, and then at a slower rate over the next 15 years until it (9.) ... a peak of 34.7% in 2011. However, this figure is still disappointing (10.) ... to the total amount of waste being recycled each year.

    (150 words)


    Fill the blanks with the following option:

    sharply, tripled, peaked, reached, steady, from, rose, compared, sharp, significantly

    answer
    reached
  • Question 10
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    The graph depicts waste recycling rates in the U.S. (1.) ... 1960 to 2011, in both percentage and tons.

    Between 1960 and 1970, the percentage of garbage being recycled annually remained relatively (2.) ... at just over 6%. It then (3.) ... slightly over the next 15 years to 10.1% in 1985.

    On the other hand, the amount of garbage being recycled (4.) ... during the same period, from 5.6 million tons in 1960 to 16.7 million tons in 1985. Following this (5.) ... increase, the amount of waste material being recycled has risen (6.) ... between 1985 and 2011 when it (7.) ... at 86.9 million tons.

    Similarly, the recycling rate continued to grow (8.) ... from 1985 to 1995, and then at a slower rate over the next 15 years until it (9.) ... a peak of 34.7% in 2011. However, this figure is still disappointing (10.) ... to the total amount of waste being recycled each year.

    (150 words)


    Fill the blanks with the following option:

    sharply, tripled, peaked, reached, steady, from, rose, compared, sharp, significantly

    answer
    compared
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