She wears a wig and speaks with a different accent to _ her true identity.
I passed my exams. (succeeded)
I _ my exams.
My older brother is someone I can always _ when I've got a problem.
I didn't go and see the film because Tom _ the ending by mistake.
The school has brought _ a new rule for students who arrive late.
It's my _ that kindness is a virtue. (believe)
Golf is played on a _.
Let's eat something healthy tonight, said Mike. (suggested)
Mike _ something healthy that night.
I'll take you to the bank, Mary - it's on my way to work, said Joe. (drop)
Joe offered _ at the bank on his way to work.
If you can respond quickly and effectively, you are _. (q)
A lesson that is boring or dull is _. (d)
If you behaviour is flawless, it is _. (i)
Opposite of thin-skinned is _.
If you are cheap or stingy, you are __.
If your temper is bad or nasty, it is _. (v)
The noun of complete is _.
The noun of vary is _.
Shopaholics suffer _ a serious lack of self-control.
I last went abroad a year ago. (last)
I have _ year.
Negative prefix we use in front of appropriate is _.
Jenny can never make up her mind, she is so _. (decision)
Look at all the damage you've _.
Which word DOESN'T collocate: The increase in traffic is _ a problem.
Armed robbery is a _ crime.
What is the adjective of consist?
You _ a lot of time and energy on studying.
You show enthusiasm _ something.
There's _ little time left - we really need to hurry.