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1. Every office has a certain amount of ________ cash to pay for things like tea, coffee or stamps.


2. They have a ________ restriction in the shop with regard to the number of items of clothing that you can try on at one time.


3. You have to ________ the public that it is in their own interest to read the instructions on all our medicines.


4. That new invention has been very successful and has proved to be a money ________ for its creator.


5. A good team leader must be able to ________ his colleagues to face the challenge of a downturn in business.



6. The local department store has to make a sustained effort at this time of the year to ________ customer demand for summer clothing.


7. This sport centre has largely been ________ by money that has come from the national lottery.


8. This machine is obviously useless and if I were you I'd get your money ________ .


9. It started off as a small street corner shop over 30 years ago but it has now ________ into a massive department store.


10. If you don't want to use a cheque or postal order, you can always use a money ________ .


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Prepositions
  • When see means 'use one's eyes', it is not usually used in progressive tenses. We often use a structure with can instead.
      I can see a rabbit over there. (NOT I'm seeing. . .)
  • See can also mean 'understand'. We do not use progessive tenses.
      'We've got a problem.' I see (NOT I'm seeing )
  • When see means meet, interview, talk to, progressive tenses are possible.
      I'm seeing Miss Barnett at four o'clock.
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