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1. No-one ________ believe your story when you tell them.


2. There is a new company regulation to remove the danger of passive smoking, which ________ all employees from smoking at their place of work.


3. How anyone ________ to live in those conditions in the 18th century is difficult to imagine.


4. That stupid dog ________ all day long.


5. I wouldn't believe everything she says because it's my belief that she is ________ to exaggerate.



6. It's just not within his character and I would never say that he was ________ to that kind of behaviour.


7. Although he claimed it was an accident, he was ________ of murder.


8. I don't believe it myself but ________ to the newspapers he is supposed to have exaggerated the firm's profits.


9. That programme is so boring that it's like watching paint ________ .


10. We will get as near as we can to your requirements but we may not be able to ________ all your needs.


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