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CEFR Level C1 list 4 vocabulary exercises


CEFR Level C1 list 4 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. Many poorer countries do not have su food and water for the population.
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2. The accountant asked the marketing manager to ju what seemed to be very high expenses.
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3. They couldn’t understand why he had committed the crime because he didn’t seem to have any mo.
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MOTIVE (although ‘motivation’ also fits, it is less appropriate for the context)

4. Despite asking for help from the technical department, Michael’s computer problems pe until he was forced to buy a new machine.
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5. Many birds mi every winter to find warmer weather.
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6. Experts advise eating high calorie foods in mo.
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7. A worrying st is that the average person spends less than one hour a week exercising
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8. Councils should _______ rundown urban areas into clean and secure playgrounds for children. Show answerCONVERT

9. _______ views have been put forward on this controversial topic.
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