RISK FACTOR. Vocabulary Review.
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Every group has 100 points, and before answering the question they are going to risk some points. If they answer the question correctly, they will get the points they have risked, but if they answer the question incorrectly they will lose those points.
Students often take _________________ in class about things they want to remember.
Many customers had questions __________ the new software.
The sales tax does not ______________ to sales of food or medicine.
Mikes lives in a _______________ where they get a lot of snow.
____________, Elsa wasn’t able to get the program she wanted.
Please __________ your notes from the training and let me know if you have questions.
People say, “Money is the root of all evil.” ____________, the love of money causes many of the world’s troubles.
Wendy gave up coffee. She used to drink 10 cups a day, but ________________.
Being sick for so long made Jeff lose weight and feel ______________.
When one fact, idea, or event affects another, we can say there is a ___________ between them.
I only have one _____________ of prep-school remaining!
I don’t think he has any _____________. I’ve never seen him happy or angry. He is always just fine.
My mother was _____________ with me when I lied to her.
I wish that my professor didn’t _____________ so much. I always fall asleep in class.
I keep my coats and shoes in a ________________.
Information can affect emotions. ____________, it can cause us to have certain feelings.
What you learn in prep-school can ____________ to many other areas of your life.
I love to travel. _______________, I don’t have much time to.
I took a lot of __________ when I was in graduate school.
You should keep ________________ all of the information you learned in levels A, B, and C to improve your English.
My car has a ____________ engine. It doesn’t go very fast and can’t go up hills.
I used to drive a lot, but I don’t _____________.
I live in the Midwest ____________ of the United States.
To be a good business man or woman, you must be able to make _______________ with new people.
I don’t want to tell you about my work. It doesn’t ___________ you.