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1. A swarm of ________ gathered around the swamp.


2. The university research department stumbled upon something new and ________ a big discovery because of it.


3. Naomi is keen ________ working in Africa this coming year.


4. Such bad behavior is typical ________ the spoiled child.


5. The herd of ________ kept eating as the wind blew past them.



6. Mary is so pleased ________ her students' grades this past year.


7. His mother forced him to ________ his homework every night after supper.


8. He was so proud of his car yesterday because during the race it ________ 260 km/hr.


9. Ralph was late ________ work again. He may be fired.


10. She finally begged him to ________ a move in the very long and tiresome chess game.


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    We still read in the newspapers of people dying of thirst in the desert, but many of them could help themselves in this emergency. An experiment on a small scale in a sandbox will show you how to do it. Dig a fairly deep hole and place a beaker in the middle. Spread a suitably sized piece of transparent plastic foil over the edge of the hole and lay a small stone in its centre so that it dips down to the beaker in the shape of a funnel. The edges are fixed firmly into the sand. Soon, especially in sunshine, small drops of water form on the underside of the foil. They become larger and larger and finally flow into the beaker. The effect of the sun is to heat the ground strongly under the foil. The moisture held in the sand evaporates until the enclosed air is so saturated that small drops of water are deposited on the cooler foil. Even desert sand contains some moisture. If you also place cut up cactus plants into the hole, you will obtain enough water to survive.


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