TOEFL Preparation - Grammar Test - 01

TOEFL Preparation - Grammar Test
General English Grammar Questions and Answers


1. You can speak ________. I wonít tell anyone what you say.


2. Move the books ________ that chair and sit down.


3. Are you still ________ the same address.


4. What have you ________ to find out?


5. We are having the roof repaired ________ the Christmas.



6. I am interested in ________ to cook.


7. She would never ________ if she hadnít changed jobs.


8. He tripped ________ the cat and fell downstairs.


9. We should arrive ________ Marcelís in time for lunch.


10. There is no room on the bus; let us get ________ again.


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Chinese Embroidery

Candlewicking

Candlewicking, or Candlewick is a form of whitework embroidery that traditionally uses an unbleached cotton thread on a piece of unbleached muslin. It gets its name from the nature of the soft spun cotton thread, which was braided then used to form the wick for candles. Motifs are created using a variety of traditional embroidery stitches as well as a tufted stitch. subject matter is usually taken from nature flowers, insects, pine trees, and so on, Other traditional motifs resemble Pennsylvania Dutch or Colonial American designs. Modern designs include colored floss embroidery with the traditional white on white stitching.Loom woven or machine made candlewicks of the early 19th century are white bedcovers with designs created during the weaving process by raising loops over a small twig or tool.

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