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By Rawdon Wyatt

This workbook offers fabric to revise and construct the vocabulary had to move the IELTS exam. It comprises actions to aid scholars arrange for the overall education or educational modules of the IELTS examination. It comes with directions and combines either self-study and school room routines.

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Could you repeat what you said? 34. Let me get this right 23. I couldn’t agree more 36. I’m afraid I didn’t catch that 24. Actually... 37. What’s your opinion? 12. Pardon? 13. I can’t help thinking the same Agreeing with somebody Example: Yes, I agree. Interrupting Example: Excuse me for interrupting. Asking somebody for their opinion Example: What do you think about...? Giving yourself time to think Example: (in response to a question) Let me see. 33. I must take issue with you on that 35. Sorry to interrupt, but....

He had _________________________ to do, so took the phone off the hook, made himself some coffee and sat down at his desk. 18. The Matterhorn, _________________________ in Switzerland, has claimed the lives of many who have tried to climb it. 19. He made _________________________ in his calculations and had to start all over again. 20. The manufacturers have built _________________________ which is ideal for getting around the city. 21. The NEC in Birmingham is _________________________ which is used for concerts and exhibitions.

3. People who have to give in elderly relatives or other dependants should receive financial support. general vocabulary Phrasal verbs 4 4. The chancellor had decided to stand firm on his decision, but under pressure from protesters, he decided to go into and reduce tax on petrol. 5. The committee were asked to look into the latest crime statistics and try to establish a pattern. 6. It is important not to let the fire go out, as it's the main source of power. 7. Very few children give off their end-of-year school exams.

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