General English Questions and Answers

1. I won't go into the full details of the proposition, I'll just give you the ________ bones.

2. Even if you think you may have got away with a crime, in most cases the long ________ of the law will catch you.

3. They came straight out with their complaint ________ no bones about it whatsoever.

4. They have no respect for modern conventions and do exactly what they want they are a law ________ themselves.

5. Sometimes people don't bother about guarantees because the ________ of the manufacturer is enough for them.

6. All governments want people to live in peace and comfort and so they try to promote a sense of law and ________ .

7. After the first revolution the dictator no longer had much control and became just a paper ________ .

8. The cross country run where the runners follow a track of pieces of paper is called a paper ________ .

9. You sometimes have to ________ very seriously whether to buy a second hand car which has no guarantee.

10. I can't see the point of trying to settle the dispute between those two institutions because you'll just be papering over the ________ .

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