General Elementary English Test - 20

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1. Well, the ________ was to go sailing.


2. Mike: 'I need some support, right now.' Jane:________


3. I'm starting a ________ of swimming lessons.


4. Mike: I haven't stopped working for eight hours today. Jane: ________


5. Mike: 'I'm taking my driving test tomorrow.' Jane:________



6. I ________ wanted to say.


7. Mike: 'Hello. I wonder if you're interested in new double-glazing.' Jane: ________


8. It doesn't really ________ now. I just wanted to say how beautiful the bells sounded.


9. ________ me what did you do at the weekend?


10. Mike: 'They haven't sent me the bill for a year now. What would you do?' Jane:________


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Coronilla Varia

Clusius, in his work above referred to, informs us that he found this plant growing wild in various parts of Germany, in meadows, fields, and by road sides, that it flowered in June, sometimes the whole summer through, and ripened its seeds in July and August, the blossoms he found subject to much variation of colour, being either deep purple, whitish, or even wholly white Casp. Bauhine notices another variety, in which the al? are white and the rostrum purple, this variety, which we have had the honour to receive from the Earl of Egremont is the most desirable one to cultivate in gardens, as it is more ornamental than the one wholly purple, most commonly met with in the nurseries, and corresponds also better with its name of varia, it is to be noted however that this variety of colour exists only in the young blossoms.

The Coronilla varia is a hardy, perennial, herbaceous plant, climbing, if supported, to the height of four or five feet, otherwise spreading widely on the ground, and frequently injuring less robust plants growing near it, on this account, as well as from its having powerfully creeping roots whereby it greatly increases, though a pretty plant, and flowering during most of the summer, it is not to be introduced without caution, and is rather to be placed in the shrubbery, or outskirts of the garden, than in the flower border.

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