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You are given a piece of text with eight spaces.

You are also given a set of four words (A, B, C, and D) which correspond to each space.

You are required to choose the correct word for each space from the set of words given.


There are 3 ways of putting your chosen word into the correct location:
1- Type the word directly into the empty space.
2 - Type the letter which corresponds to the chosen word into the empty space. 
3 - Click on the chosen word first and then click on the chosen empty space. The word will appear in the chosen empty space.


Once all the questions have been answered, click on the check button.

Correct answers will appear in green, incorrect answers in red.

Your mark will be given as a percentage.


The pass mark for this exercise is 60% or over, and you need to be able to do this exercise in the exam in about 10 minutes.

(You have been given a timer.)



I don't agree ........WITH.......him.


10:00 min.


Inside the Hopkins Marine Station's Gilly Lab, Dr. William Gilly (1) at black-and-white footage of a Humboldt squid. The new footage was (2) using a Crittercam, a camera designed to be mounted on a wild animal. The clip shows a squid (3) with other members of its species. In the distance, other squid flicker and flash like disorienting strobe lights. Gilly, a professor at Stanford University, often works out of his lab at the Hopkins Marine Station in Pacific Grove, California. Hopkins is a Stanford-affiliated marine laboratory (4) about 80 kilometers south of the university's Palo Alto campus. In 2009, Gilly (5) to the Gulf of California to attach soda-bottle-sized Crittercams to Humboldt squid, which can be up to two meters long. According to Gilly, the first Crittercam (6) to a Humboldt squid's body didn't stay secure for very long. So they (7) the camera off and disconnected the whole sleeve that held the camera onto the squid and just tore the whole thing off the squid. (8) , the whole camera assembly was buoyant, and was saved.

The Tribune

A glares
B stares
C notices
D observes
A captivated
B absorbed
C gathered
D assimilated
A interacting
B socialising
C blending
D merging
A stationed
B placed
C positioned
D located
A hurried
B travelled
C cruised
D wandered
A fastened
B bolted
C linked
D wrapped
A separated
B wrenched
C split
D ripped
A Undoubtedly
B Luckily
C Noticeably
D Convincingly