1. We must give (prior) to basic education.
2. He seems very (enthusiasm) about what he does.
3. People looking for jobs, usually contact (employ) agencies.
4. We greatly appreciate your (participate) in the conference.
|a. citizenship||b. values||c. alleviation||d. diversity|
|1. I'm sorry for the inconvenience.||a. certainty||1. [ ]|
|2. Your idea is quite reasonable. I am for it.||b. clarification||2. [ ]|
|3. As I see it, technology has greatly affected family relations.||c. apology||3. [ ]|
|4. He is not only stupid, but he also argues too much.||d. agreeing||4. [ ]|
|5. Everybody will undoubtedly enjoy his new show.||e. opinion||4. [ ]|
|6. Have I made myself clear? .||f. addition||4. [ ]|
1. She bought a lot of sugar. She wanted to make some jam. ( so as to )
2. My grandpa belongs to the past. He uses modern technology quite well. ( nevertheless )
3. They offer him a lot of assistance because he was physically disabled. ( owing to )
|break down||hand in||turn down||hand out|