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Upper-Intermediate B2 / Lesson 1

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Vocabulary test

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  • along with
  • up against
  • ahead with
  • through
  • back
  • before
  • through with
  • after
  • without
  • out of
  1. He had to go a committee and try to convince them that he was correct.
  2. I did not like going my best friend when we both applied for the same job.
  3. My colleagues didn't like the idea, but they went it anyway.
  4. Children should never have to go a loving family to help raise them.
  5. They decided to go the wedding even though the bride was quite sick.
  6. Half of the guards went the escaped prisoner, but he still managed to escape.
  7. This tradition goes to medieval times.
  8. She decided not to go the operation because she was scared of the long and difficult recovery.
  9. After all he has gone , for example, getting so sick, and then having his house burn down, it is surprising that he is still so happy.
  10. The store was having a big going business sale. I bought lots of new clothes for half-price.


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