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Answer Jan 22, 2009

Answer Jan 22, 2009

Questions for Thursday 22 January.

Reading comprehension

1.       The

marriages of the Cambodian women to Taiwanese were

          c) illegal.

2.       These

Cambodian women could be called

          b) victims.

3.       The

women were mainly helped by

          d) NGOs.

4.       The

factory work in Taiwan was

          c) hard.

5.       Caram

is

          b) an NGO.

Listening Comprehension

1.       The

first official Israeli trade delegation is due to arrive in Cambodia in

          b)

March 2009.

2.       Israel's

top markets are in

  1.           d) the United States and Europe
    3.       Cambodia

    has seen a flood of Middle Eastern investments from

              c) Kuwait

    4.       The

    visit will focus on sectors involving

              a) agriculture.

Grammar perfect

1.  Mr Brown plans

to visit London     THE     day after tomorrow to show     A       THE    last book that he wrote was very successful; both he and his

publisher hope that    THE    new book will be equally successful. But there is

always    THE    chance that    A    new book, even by    A    successful author,

might fail to sell.

2.    THE   

continuing border dispute between Cambodia and Thailand is affecting    THE   

tourism industry in both countries, according to    AN    article in    THE   

Phnom Penh Post.    THE    border dispute, in combination with the world

economic crisis, will make it difficult for    THE    two countries to reach

their estimated tourist arrivals for 2008.

3.      Lake

Michigan, which borders on the city of Chicago, is    A    freshwater lake

with severe storms equal to    THE    storms encountered on    THE      THE    bottom of this large lake is covered by    THE     hulls of sunken ships.

4.  Among     THE    several books before her, the student took    THE    largest and    THE    oldest one. Her teacher could not give    A    reason for her

selection.

5.    THE    skies over the city darkened;    THE    monsoon rains had arrived. There was now not even    A    small

chance for    A    class picnic over the weekend.
new book to his

publisher.  

Atlantic Ocean. 

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