Part 7: 10 Questions IELTS (Daily Question)

1.The matter was so delicate that none of the ministers knew how to…………………it.

  • manipulate
  • deal
  • handle
  • affect

2.Betty told her younger sister to……………..her alone because she didn’t feel like playing games.

  • put
  • leave
  • set
  • make

3.The students have asked their professor to…………………making a test until after Christmas.

  • postpone
  • interrupt
  • await
  • terminate

4.Now that the 9.30 train has been cancelled, we have got plenty of time to ………………………..before the next one arrives.

  • expire
  • spare
  • abound
  • exhaust

5.Mr. Smith ate his breakfast in great………………..so as not to miss the bus to Liverpool.

  • speed
  • pace
  • rush
  • haste

6.The handwriting is completely……………..This note must have been written a long time ago.

  • inedible
  • indelible
  • illegible
  • unfeasible

7.To everybody’s………………the doctor declared the boy’s life was out of danger.

  • calmness
  • soothe
  • peace
  • relief

8.This species of mosquito can be dangerous, but happily, it is rather………………… in this area.

  • rare
  • minor
  • few
  • scarcely

9.The whole situation is getting out of…………………..Let’s do something before it turns into a bitter row.

  • capacity
  • charge
  • hand
  • discipline

10.I know it works in theory, but try putting it into ……………………. and you’ll find out it’s a failure.

  • operation
  • exercise
  • performance
  • procedure

Result:

1. handle
2. leave
3. postpone
4. spare
5. haste
6. illegible
7. relief
8. rare
9. hand
10. operation

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