General Elementary English Test - 44

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1. What you could hear was the ants who were ________ drying grain.


2. As the plot ________ you find yourself agreeing with one character's solution and then another's.


3. The moral of this fable is: slow but ________ always wins the race in the end.


4. The tortoise agreed that the hare ran as fast as the wind but claimed that he could easily ________ him in a race.


5. All the house dog did was simply to feed himself on the results of the ________ that the hound dog undertook.



6. One by one he ________ the innocent until finally the murderer is unmasked.


7. The poor grasshopper ________ he had spent the whole summer enjoying himself singing and dancing.


8. The hare shot ahead and then decided to ________ down at the side of the path for a rest.


9. Whenever the hunter came home, he always gave the house dog a large ________ of what he caught.


10. Invariably Poirots calls all the ________ together in the last part of the story.


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