Grammar Examination

Test # 74


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Can you help me? I ________ a post office.

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stuck in a rut
to be in an established way of living that never changes (although you may want it to change)
My neighbor is stuck in a rut and would like to change jobs.

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Rules to play Trampolining

Trampoline safety

Trampolines are the latest craze among children in the UK the musthave toy for the summer. They have the bonus of being of form of healthy exercise as well as being great fun. Widely available from DIY stores and garden centres, they are reportedly the third most wanted gift for children aged five to 13. But as they literally spring up in gardens around the country, parents under pressure from their children to acquire one should stop and think before they rush off to the shops. Not all gardens will be suitable for a trampoline, and its always best to consider the safety implications before making an expensive purchase. The current boom in trampolining is almost certain to lead to an increase in accidents, but that does not mean that parents should not buy trampolines for their children. Play often leads to children being hurt it is part of growing up. There are bound to be the odd bumps and bruises. Trampolining can be enjoyed safely if a few simple guidelines are followed.

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