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GREAT BRITAIN’S famous wartime Prime Minister, 1 Wiston

Churchill, commenting on the style 2 his speeches and writings, declared


that 3 other boys were laboring over foreign 4 in school he was being
subjected 5 a thorough study of all the 6 of English grammar. That
application of 7 youth to matters of language correctness 8 variation
helped, so he firmly believed, 9 make him the speaker to whom IO
trying days the entire world listened 11 attention. So humble and
rudimentary a 12 subject as grammar showed plainly later 13 the
mastery of nations and in 14 to victory.
Your Language Shows iV/rar IS Are. Fairly or unfairly,
the world 16 what you are or may be 17 the language you use in
speaking 18 writing. Advertisements for employees stipulate interviews
19 contain such directions as “Reply in 20 handwriting.” Theability
to meet persons- 21 both social and business relations- depends
22 ease in language. Ease comes only 23 freedom from uncertainty,
uncertainly ceases only 24 a firm knowledge of correctness is
25 nature.
Correctness Is Necessary. The most 26 interpreter of the
flexibility of language 27 that there are standards of correctness 28
it is dangerous to transgress. Skill 29 accepting the new and ease in
30 vivid, realistic, racy speech come only 31 those who are so familiar
with 32 accepted forma that they are good 33 of what to use and
what 34 reject.
Correctness Is Required. Businessmen contimmlly 35 adversely
the practices of schools and 36 because young men and women cannot
37,speak clearly, say whet they intend, 38 messaged acourately, report
intelligibly, write simple 39 letters, or make themselves undastood.
Long 40 their products reach the busina world. 41 institutiona
thrmselves lament the lack of 42 in students, who ofIon return to 43
their regret that they did not 44 advantage of in&motion when it wan
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A declaringwar B engaged in a fight
C readyforwar D timewhenthereiswar
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2. laboring over
A working very hard on B working out in detail
C moving over D suEerring
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A
3. thorough
A complete B inspiteof
c through D from end to end
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4. humble
AmUd B pretentious
C low ranking DWliIl
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5. rudimentary
ApafH B undeveloped
c lnvisii Dclccxmdarg
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6. vietory
Adakay B triumph
c defeat D defection
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7. stipulate
Apnmhe B require
c staple DSboW
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8. liberal
A conservative B old fahioncd .
C free from prcdjudice D democratic
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9. tIalu3v
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c abuldly D transparently
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14. lament
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c impreaa D express willingness
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15. take advantage of
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c getahead D be&t
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WHYDOIDREAM?
When we sleep, our bodiw relax 1 are at rest, but the mind
2 never stops working entirely. That part 3 the mind that tells us what
4 going on about us goes to 5, but another part of the mind 6 still
active. That other part creates 7 visual images or pictures that we
8 dreams. When we wake up: we 9 sometimes remember our dreams
which, at 10 , seem quite as real to us 11 things that have happened
when we 12 wide awake.
Some dreams seem short, 13 we rcmembcr them afterward.
and some 14 to go on and on. There 15 even been cases where
the story 16 a dream is continued from night 17 night, almost like a
continued story 18 a magazine. Sometimea, when you dream, 19
yourself scem to be acting out 20 main part of the dream, or 21 may
be just a spectator or 22 is going on. Your dreams may 23 funny,
and you may wake up 24. Or they may be sad or 25. ,
There is a great dud that 26 do not yet understand about
dreams. 27 people think that our dreams do 28 mean anything at
all. Many modem 29 beiieve that, if we could understand 30 dreams,
they could tell us much 31 our feelings and our attitudes toward 32
The character of our dreams usually 33 as we go on through life. 34
people’s dreams are usually much more 35 than those of children.
Children often 36 of doing things that they would 37 to be able to do
when 38 are awake. They often dream, too, 39 do grownups, of
thinga that have 40 In the dream, however, the actual 41 am almost
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4s or oold, discomfort caused by indlfption 46 by sleeping in an
qvkward podtion, 4?7 inaueflu o u r dream Loud a n d uIlusual 48
may Cater the s&c and color 49 our dreams. Often sounds and
uluations so to the dlwlming part of tbo 51 without wakiq us.
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ing through the dilly cavcms 60 an ic&crg.
!bmc dreams are so 61 that wc remember them for years. 62
of them, however, are soon forgotten. 63 dreams, however. are probably
ncvcr remembered 64 all, and we do not even 65 that we have
drcamcd them.

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c old D middle sgc
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12. slammed
A shut with a loud noise B&d
C ajar D knocked
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13. bandit
A graduate B petty thief
C outlaw D shoplifter
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C
14. wandering
A going aimlessly B miracle
c being doubtful D wanting
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A
15. chilly
A sad B rather hot
C producing feelings c?i cold D rigid
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c
16. caverns
A caves B ball3
C taverns D room3
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17. iceberg
A beer B mass of ice in Water
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