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Fill in the blanks us­ing the cor­rect form of the verbs given.

com­plain - protest - ob­ject

1. The food was very taste­less so I de­cided to ................. to the man­ager about it.

2. The res­i­dents ................. to not hav­ing a play­ing field for their chil­dren.

3. The fac­tory work­ers ................. against long work­ing hours yesterday.

ac­cuse - ar­rest - blame - charge - con­vict - sen­tence

4. The police ................ the ac­coun­tant for he had em­bez­zled a great amount of money.

5. The ac­coun­tant was ................ with em­bez­zling money.

6. Af­ter the trial, the three boys were ................ of rob­bery.

7. One of the three boys will be ................ to a four year im­pris­on­ment.

8. Ev­ery­body should ................ him­self for the

fail­ure of the cam­paign.

9. Jane be­ing in­dif­fer­ent ................ to her. Mike, her hus­band, of

dis­re­gard - omit - ig­nore - for­get - leave - ne­glect

10. My it re­mained brother open ................ till the morn­ing. to lock the door, so

11. If you don’t want to get hurt, just ................ her of­fen­sive com­ments.

12. James al­ways ................ Mary, and in the end; they broke ties with each other.

13. Jessica never ................ her car. She has the me­chanic check it once a month.

14. I have ................ my watch in my room. Would you mind get­ting it to me?

15. I see that my name is still writ­ten, please ................ it from the text.

cure - over­come - re­cover - treat

16. It took her weeks to ................ her fa­ther’s death in a tragic traf­fic ac­ci­dent. 17. Mr Smith man­aged to ................ from the flu af­ter he had rested for a week in bed.

18. Tim un­der­went measles and was suc­cess­fully ................ at the state hos­pi­tal.

19. Honey and cider vine­gar is a rem­edy to ................ sore throat.

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