When most of us hear the word chocolate, we picture a bar, a box of bonbons, or a bunny. The verb that comes to mind is probably ‚eat‘, not ‚drink‘, and the most apt adjective would seem to be "sweet". But for about ninety percent of chocolate’s long history, it was strictly a beverage, and sugar didn’t have anything to do with it.
The text implies that when we hear the word chocolate we usually think of it as ______
a) sweet beverage
b) a foodstuff
c) a bitter drink
d) an animal
1) The advertising world makes great efforts to target children through different media. Various surv eys have sho wn that chil dren have an incre asing amount of mo ney to sp end . They al so influence the purch asing habits of th eir parents. Onl ine advertising i s the fast est growing med ium for rea ching children at sch ool and at
ho me, which worr ies parents and tea chers, as th ey cannot prot ect them. Unfortunately, children cannot always distinguish between information and advertising, which is why responsible and critical media use has to be learned in the teenage years.
Susan is a friend of __________.
My father is a psychologist. But he __________ as a teacher at the moment.
b) is working
c) will work
After his long absence from school he found it difficult to __________ with the rest of the class.
a) work up
b) catch up
c) come up
Don’t worry about the dog. She __________ you.
a) won’t hurt
b) isn’t hurting
c) don’t hurt
When she was five years old, Mary taught __________ to ride a bicycle.
Anne failed her driving test _______ expected.
Columbus discovered America _______ the 15th century.
People with ___________skin shouldn’t go sunbathing for long periods of time
I wonder if you could ___________me a favor.
She did not get the job because of her untidy ___________.
Haunted Holiday Houses in England… Chillingham Castle, Northumberland Chillingham is famous for the moans and cries of the Blue Boy. His crying and moaning has been ...a) seenb) fearedc) listenedd) heard near a wall, behind which his bones were ...a) researchedb) discoveredc) figured outd) investigated, along with scraps of blue clothing, suggesting that he may ...a) wasb) have beingc) has beend) have been buried alive. Up on the tower stairs, the rustle and whisper of dresses can be heard from the restless spirit of Lady Mary Berkeley as she hopelessly ...a) searchesb) seeksc) watchesd) look for her husband, who ...a) runb) has runc) rand) had run off with her sister and left her to die, heartbroken and alone.
a) Three pills every two days for a week
b) Six pills a day for a week
c) Two pills every three days for a week
a) Technical problems in a northern station mean that the trains will be delayed.
b) A planned strike will delay all southbound trains.
c) Passengers at Wickenham have to wait two hours for their trains.
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