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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121691: Verbs of the day
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    Verbs of the day

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    1. A recumbent bicycle places you in a relaxed position where you can against the seat with the pedals in front of you instead of underneath you, but don't assume that you won't get a workout.

    2. Most elementary school children will a good listener with detailed descriptions of events that are of great importance to them, such as winning a prize at a funfair.

    3. Pick the site where to your tent cautiously,as staying away from water, lone trees, and metal fences during a thunderstorm can lower your risk of being a lightning victim to a great extent.

    4. Teaching children to the media message that beauty of the body is more important than its function can play a crucial role in assisting them develop a positive body image and self-esteem.

    5. The transformations that come with adolescence are normal and it is easy for your temper to when your teen is trying to be difficult or manipulative.

    6. To deescalate tension and the risk of harm when you care for someone with dementia, the patient to keep him or her calm and express regret even when it's not your fault.

    7. You aren't bound to share personal information when you're pressed for more details by a fellow being nosy. You could change the subject to discomfort from inappropriate boundary-violators.

    8. Both of them do not care about the reality that our biosphere and civilisation is in the midst of a global crisis. They themselves with arguments that have no basis in reality.

    9. The aim of this study was to investigate the ability of conventional denture wearers to a tough artificial test food, the stability of a denture on its foundation, and denture discomfort.

    10. It is known that people who on events that draw attention to their mistakes and flaws, are less forgiving of themselves and are more likely to become and stay depressed.

    11. Transformations in depth perception or orientation, Parkinson's disease, dementia or nerve damage to the feet or legs can cause older adults to or walk unsteadily.

    12. You need to learn to walk away when the client you have leaves you with an offer that is less than awesome and is unwilling to on the price despite the quality of your product.

    13. If you and turn nearly every night, it's advisable not to ignore the issue since it could be the result of something more serious, like stress which is the most common cause of sleep deprivation.

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