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General English : General Elementary English Questions and Answers


1. A ________ took Judith's suitcase while she was sleeping in the train.


2. Sorry, I didn't mean to say this, it was a ________ of the tongue.


3. Mechanic: That's a ________ of a difficult answer to give in a few words.


4. I have two pencils. One is black, ________ is blue.


5. There are three books in my backpack. One is a maths book and ________ is a chemistry book.



6. The child broke the expensive vase but it was his mother's ________ for letting him play close to it.


7. Customer: Well, just give me the ________ picture.


8. Look! The attic window is broken, the ________ has probably come inside this way.


9. Mechanic: Yes, we've given it a ________ examination.


10. There are several holidays in Brazil. One is Independence Day and ________ are Children's Day and Teacher's Day.


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    One watt represents a very small amount of electric power, and for practical purposes a unit 1000 times as large is used, namely, the kilowatt. By experiment it has been found that one kilowatt is equivalent to about 1-1/3 horse power. Electric current is charged for by the watt hour. A current of one ampere, having a voltage of one volt, will furnish in the course of one hour one watt hour of energy. Energy for electric lighting is sold at the rate of about ten cents per kilowatt hour. For other purposes it is less expensive. The meters commonly used measure the amperes, volts, and time automatically, and register the electric power supplied in watt hours.


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