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Arts, Literature & Entertainment - Exercises
Click on Exercises to practise and review the vocabulary in gap-fill sentences in context / Click on the word to see a dictionary definition

Group One - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
applaud audience broadcast costume famous fiction entertain perform rehearse rhythm script scene sketch stage tale talent tune

Crime & the Law - Exercises
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Group One - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
arrest charge convict guilt innocent judge prosecute sentence suspect testify trial verdict victim witness

Group Two - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
accuse admit allege assault confess jail kidnap outlaw prove punish raid rob steal stalk

Group Three - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
abuse clue condemn court crime frame penalty prison prostitute rape sue smuggle thief threat

Feelings, Qualities & States - Exercises
Click on Exercises to practise and review the vocabulary in gap-fill sentences in context / Click on the word to see a dictionary definition

Group One - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
adore annoy calm cautious eager enthusiasm envy fright gentle miserable nasty pride stubborn

Group Two - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
affection brave confident content desire disgust emotion fond glad mean pleasant sympathy upset

Group Three - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
bold brag character coward dread evil frustrate generous honest mild panic rude shame

Group Four - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
admire alert boast curious cruel desperate embarrass fear grief irritate mood patient sophisticated

Group Five - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
afraid angry anxiety certain courage detest elegant frown jealous lazy modest relief

Food & Eating - Exercises
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Group One - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
bitter bland chew delicious flavour fry ingredient raw ripe roast sauce sip slice starve stir taste vitamin