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2. If you are not careful, or if you are unlucky, you might be involved in a bad, fatal, horrific, minor,
nasty, serious, or tragic a__________t.
3. You can accept, assume, bear, exercise, fulfill, shoulder, or take r__________y for your (or someone
else's) actions.
4. You can conclude, negotiate, reach, secure, or sign an a__________t.
6. An object can have distinctive, important, interesting, key, main, special, striking, or unusual
f__________s.
9. If someone has a rather “negative” personality, their b__________r can be aggressive, antisocial,
bad, disruptive, insulting, threatening, or violent.
10. You can have a brilliant, checkered, distinguished, glittering, promising, successful, or varied
c__________r.
12. When you work as part of a team, you can make a great, huge, important, major, outstanding,
positive, significant, useful, or valuable c__________n to the team and its activities.
13. You can give a / an accurate, brief, detailed, full, general, vague, or vivid d__________n of
something.
16. C__________m of something (for example, a book or the actions of a politician) can be adverse,
fierce, outspoken, severe, strong, or widespread.
18. You can conduct, demand, launch, order, require, or undertake an i__________n into something.
23. For actions and achievements, you can command, deserve, earn, gain, have, lose, show, or win
r__________t. This can be considerable, deep, genuine, healthy, mutual, or proper.
24. When doing something complicated, you can adopt, apply, choose, develop, devise, employ,
pioneer, provide, or use a m__________d that makes it easier or more effective.
26. A s__________e can be alphabetical, chronological, logical, numerical, or random.
27. J__________t can be affected, delivered, exercised, formed, given, impaired, made, passed, reserved,
or suspended.
28. You can undertake a / an ambitious, collaborative, individual, innovative, joint, major, minor, special,
or specific p__________t.
30. You can assess, chart, check, evaluate, follow, hamper, hinder, impede, monitor, obstruct, review,
slow, track, or watch the p__________s of something.
31. If someone does something wrong, you might teach them a hard, harsh, important, salutary, or
valuable l__________n.