Do you have _____ advice for someone who wants to become an inventor?
He telephoned _____ me to the party.
My car was out of order yesterday but I've had the mechanic _____ it already.
Tom was sorry _____ damaging his neighbours fence.
The pianist was awful! I think that's _____ performance I've ever heard.
Fish, poultry, beans or nuts _____ half of their dinner plate.
For a cleaner and greener community, everyone should _____ the amount of trash and take care of our environment.
All _____ must complete a visa form when they arrive at Singapore airport.
Every time I travel by plane, I get badly _____.
Ha Noi mostly lies on the right bank of the _____.
Which of these animals is NOT a herbivore?
"I've got an appointment with my doctor today."
Mary: “The food is great. I'll get the bill.”
"Would you mind if we called you by your first name?"
Danger in the sea
When people think of dangerous sea animals, they often think of big animals like sharks. However, the sea wasp that lives in the tropical waters of Australia is even more dangerous. Since 1980 the sea wasp has killed about 80 people in Australia. These were mostly children. Sharks in Australia have not killed nearly as many people as sea wasps.
The sea wasp is a kind of jellyfish and is very difficult to see in the water. Its body can grow bigger than a person's head and its tentacles can be three meters long. These tentacles have a poison in them that helps the Jellyfish to kill its food. The poison hurts a lot, and it is so dangerous it can kill a person in five minutes. Even small sea wasps can kill a child.
Everyone comes out of the sea when there are sea wasps in the water. If people have to go to the water for some reason, they must wear clothes. Nowadays we know how to help a person who is hurt by a sea wasp, and not many people die anymore.
(Adapted from New century readings Book 1)
The passage is about _____
The body of the sea wasp can grow bigger than _____
A sea wasp’s poison is in its _____
Nowadays not many people die from sea wasp poison because _____
You wear this piece of jewelry in a hole in your ear. It is usually one of a pair. (7 letters):
This is a room or building that is used for showing works of art, sometimes for selling them. (7 letters):
A line of words printed in large letters at the top of a newspaper story that serves as its title. (8 letters):
Fill in the missing word to complete the English proverb:
"He _____ best who laughs last" (6 letters):