CEFR Level B2 list 3 vocabulary exercises

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CEFR Level B2 list 3 vocabulary exercises

Before you take the practice test below, make sure you have looked through CEFR Level B2 vocabulary list 3.
All of the words in the exercises below are taken from this list. See how many you can complete! The first 2 letters of each word are given – all you need to do is decide which word best suits the context .
 
1. The police want to talk to him because he was a wi to the crime.
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WITNESS


2. Mrs Thomas is on holiday, but if you need something ur we have her mobile number.
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URGENT / URGENTLY


3. A man whose wife has died is called a wi .
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WIDOWER ( a widow is a woman whose husband has died)


4. When giving a presentation, many people use a pr  to remind them of what they plan to say.
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PROMPT


5. Many large cruise ships are not able to enter smaller ha  if they are not deep enough.
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HARBOURS (US spelling is HARBORS)


6. To celebrate the wedding, the family prepared a huge fe  with all kinds of food, fruit and desserts.
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FEAST


7. John doesn’t really like children, but he seems quite fo  of his nephew.
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FOND


8. Most wild animals become extremely fi  if they are protecting their young.
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FIERCE


9. After studying for 3 years, most students end up in significant de  which can take years to repay.
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DEBT


10. He has an amazing me  for faces – he can remember people he met years ago, even if it was only for a few minutes!
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MEMORY



11. The third and final ph of the project involves testing and feedback.
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PHASE


12. In academic writing, you should aim to use fo vocabulary rather than idioms and phrasal verbs.
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