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    • The director shouted "Quiet on the ______ !
      1. play
      2. role
      3. scene
      4. set
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    • "on the set" refers to the area where a movie or a play is in production
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    • We managed to get ______ in the sixth row.
      1. stools
      2. seats
      3. beds
      4. chairs
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    • "get seats in a row"
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    • Which of the following words is not synonymous with 'polite'?
      1. well-mannered
      2. nice
      3. rude
      4. civil
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    • 'polite' means behaving in a way that is socially correct and shows understanding of and care for others
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    • The opposite of 'slavery' is ______.
      1. freedom
      2. owner
      3. master
      4. democracy
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    • 'slavery' refers to a condition in which individuals are owned by others
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    • The opposite of 'definetely' is ______.
      1. explicitly
      2. maybe
      3. positive
      4. absolutely
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    • 'definetely' means without any doubt; 'maybe' is used to idicate uncertainty or possibility
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    • The opposite of 'forget' is______.
      1. forgo
      2. idea
      3. memory
      4. remember
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    • 'forget' means to be unable to remember something that happened, a fact or how to do something; 'remember' means to be able to bring a piece of information into your mind, or to keep a piece of information in your mind
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    • Which of the following words is synonymous with 'advanced'?.
      1. retreat
      2. linger
      3. forward
      4. behind
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    • 'advance' means to improve or make progress; 'forward' refers to the direction, that is in front of you
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    • Employees who need to travel for their jobs or use their own materials or equipment expect to be ______ by the company.
      1. recalled
      2. repelled
      3. reimbursed
      4. rejected
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    • 'reimburse': to pay someone an amount of money equal to an amount that person has spent