ESL-EFL Test - 36

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1. It is subject ________ control by the government.


2. It was a ________ day when the government fell.


3. It seemed a good ________ at the time, but it proved to be a disaster


4. It is good if you mess things up.


5. It took them a long time to ________ the shock



6. It has been freed ________ government control.


7. It had got out of control so I felt I had to step ________ to try to calm things down


8. It took him two weeks to get ________ the infection


9. It gladdened me to see her ________ so well


10. It looks lovely now ________ is out.


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Benefits of Dill Seeds

Protection Against Free Radicals and Carcinogens

The monoterpene components of dill have been shown to activate the enzyme glutathione S transferase which helps attach the anti oxidant molecule glutathione to oxidized molecules that would otherwise do damage in the body. The activity of dill's volatile oils qualify it as a chemoprotective food (much like parsley) that can help neutralize particular types of carcinogens such as the benzopyrenes that are part of cigarette smoke charcoal grill smoke and the smoke produced by trash incinerators.

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