Part 3: 10 Questions IELTS (Daily Question)

1. Mrs. Hurston was in deep………………………….after her husband’s unexpected death.

  • regret
  • grief
  • lament
  • disturbance

2. The Martins have confirmed their strong……………………………..to charity actions by donating a lump sum of money again.

  • compliance
  • reliance
  • assignment
  • commitment

3. The other party has raised a number of……………. to the reforms in the tax system.

  • problems
  • objections
  • difficulties
  • complaints

4. My older brother is extremely fond of astronomy, he seems to…………………………… a lot of pleasure from observing the stars.

  • derive
  • possess
  • seize
  • reach

5. I can accept criticism in general, but George really………………….it too far, so I had no other option but to show my disapproval.

  • carried
  • pushed
  • put
  • made

6. When old Mr. Barnaby died, several people …………….. their claim to the substantial legacy that he left.

  • placed
  • drew
  • assumed
  • laid

7. The relations between these two countries have become very…………………………………..after the unpleasant incident at the border.

  • reckless
  • excitable
  • feverish
  • tense

8. The press puts……………………………………on the police forces who were unable to cope with the crowd of savage hooligans.

  • fault
  • charge
  • blame
  • guilt

9. On entering the nursery I stumbled on the wooden blocks……………..all over the carpet.

  • plunged
  • scattered
  • settled
  • tossed

10. No matter how loudly you shout to him he won’t hear you. He is as deaf as a………………..

  • bat
  • stump
  • tomb
  • post

Result

1. grief
2. commitment
3. objections
4. derive
5. carried
6. laid
7. tense
8. blame
9. scattered
10. post

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