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CEFR Level C1 list 1 vocabulary exercises

CEFR Level C1 list 1 vocabulary exercisesBefore you take the practice test below, make sure you have looked through CEFR Level C1 vocabulary list 1.
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. In many cities, the council is tr old, run down industrial areas into new apartment complexes, shops and parks.
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2. In countries like Japan, natural resources such as coal and oil are sc, so they need to be imported from other countries.
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3. Jo has a re for making good business deals.
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4. The police are trained to handle highly vo situations.
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5. The company regularly measures its output and delivery times in order to _____________ the exact level of efficiency.
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[/expand] 6. Every individual should in some positive way to the society in which they live.
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CEFR Level C1 list 1 vocabulary exercises

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CEFR Level C1 list 1 vocabulary exercises