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General English : General Elementary English Questions and Answers


1. The skill of course of the writing is how many times a reader can be sent up ________ alleys.


2. Another way of putting this is how many red ________ the author can throw in the reader's path.


3. One of the best known detectives is Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot who uses what he calls his little grey ________ his brains.


4. As a result you feel as if you are walking in a ________ since at each turning you come to a block end.


5. One day a hare looked at a tortoise and ________ the short feet of the tortoise.



6. He told the house dog he found it very ________ having to do all the hard work.


7. The moral of this fable is: you mustn't ________ children for the mistakes of their parents.


8. The idea is to keep the readers in a permanent state of ________ so that they never know what's going to happen next.


9. At the end of the race the tortoise, ________ by all his hard work, was quietly slumbering on the line.


10. He also made ________ of the slow pace at which the tortoise travelled.


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