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  1. ___ cheetah is ___ world’s fastest land animal.
  2. There is no feeling on __earth like winning for the first time.
  3. __ Earth rotates round the sun.
  4. __Mars and __Earth have orbits which change with time.
  5. __Most cats hunt for mice.
  6. The plants should not grow in __dim light.
  7. It is scary to go so far in __ dark.
  8. __ captain always keeps a log .
  9. __Captain Cook reached __ Gape of Good Hope in spring of 1771.
  10. __Saint Helena is a volcanic tropical island in __ South Atlantic Ocean.
  11. __England is a country that is part of __ United Kingdom.
  12. We are giving __ little dinner today to celebrate __ event of our son’s graduation.
  13. I am going to burn __ midnight oil trying to prepare for the exam.
  14. Are there any shops open at __midnight?
  15. We are starting off very early in __ morning.
  16. __ truth about __ Titanic has never been revealed.
  17. I hate __cold weather.
  18. __Most of the passengers felt sick on the board of the ship.
  19. Until __ nineteenth century, __ carpet was usually considered a work of art and was made by hand.
  20. These two countries have been at __war for two years.
  21. __morning after morning of late he has taken his dog for a walk through the park.
  22. In late September there is a period of unseasonably warm weather __Indian summer.
  23. __ Pacific is a very large sea to the west of __North and South America.
  24. The zenith of __Perugia’s influence came with the defeat of Siena in 1358.
  25. __ dinosaur is a reptile that was the dominant land animal duringmost of __ Mesozoic Era.
  26. If you cook __rice you usually eat it with __meat or vegetables.
  27. __ tiger lives in —Asia and belongs to __ same genus as __ lion, leopard, and jaguar.
  28. __Baker Street is a street in the Marylebone district of __ City of Westminster in __London. It is named after builder William Baker, who laid out the street in __ 18th century. The street is __most famous for its connection to __ fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, who lived at __fictional 221B Baker Street address on __ north of the street.
  29. The famous intersection is known as __ Bank, which includes __ huge Bank of England complex, __ Royal Exchange, and __ Stock Exchange.
  30. __ busiest shopping area is Oxford Street, where such large department stores as__ Selfridges, John Lewis, andMarks and Spencer are located.
  31. __ East End is the part of London east of __ City as far as __ River Lea, including the Docklands.
  32. __ Roof of the World is a metaphoric description of the high region in the world, also known as __High Asia.
  33. If you look at __ sun at __dawn, it looks like a cake.
  34. Jack is __ black sheep of his family.
  35. At __dusk and nightfall, __ waxing crescent moon and the dazzling planet Jupiter couple up together in __ southern sky.
  36. The period from the end of __ 15th century has become known as __ High Renaissance, when Venice and Rome began to share __Florence’s importance and Raphael, Leonardo da Vinci, and Michelangelo were active.
  37. Sun rises in __ east and sets in __ west.
  38. We had a five-acre garden where we grew everything you can grow in __East Texas.
  39. It's hard not to overindulge at __Christmas.
  40. __Easter day is named after the Saxon goddess of spring, Eostre, whose feast took place at __ spring equinox.
  41. Pearls grow inside __ shell of __ oyster and are used for making expensive jewellery.
  42. __ pearl is __ abnormal growth resulting from the invasion of the body of the mollusk by a minute particle of foreign matter, such as __ fine grain of sand.
  43. On display are earrings, necklaces and bracelets made from __ jade, amber and amethyst.
  44. Jade has always been prized by the Chinese and Japanese as __ most precious of all stones.
  45. Without __wisdom __wealth is worthless.
  46. In 1880 Alexander Graham Bell was granted a patent on __ apparatus for signaling and communicating called a Photophone.
  47. __ Chinese were __ first to make porcelain.
  48. The brown circles on the map mark the destinations in __southern Namibia, between Windhoek and the southern border along __ Orange River.
  49. The popularity of __ Internet has soared.
  50. In 1957, the Soviets launched Sputnik 1 into outer __space.

  1. The cheetah is the world’s fastest land animal.
  2. There is no feeling on earth like winning for the first time.
  3. The Earth rotates round the sun.
  4. Mars and Earth have orbits which change with time.
  5. Most cats hunt for mice.
  6. The plants should not grow in dim light.
  7. It is scary to go so far in the dark.
  8. The captain always keeps a log .
  9. Captain Cook reached the Gape of Good Hope in spring of 1771.
  10. Saint Helena is a volcanictropical island in the South Atlantic Ocean.
  11. England is a country that is part of the United Kingdom.
  12. We are giving a little dinner today to celebrate the event of our son’s graduation.
  13. I am going to burn the midnight oil trying to prepare for the exam.
  14. Are there any shops open at midnight?
  15. We are starting off very early in the morning.
  16. The truth about the Titanic has never been revealed.
  17. I hate cold weather.
  18. Most of the passengers felt sick on the board of the ship.
  19. Until the nineteenth century, the carpet was usually considered a work of art and was made by hand.
  20. These two countries have been at war for two years.
  21. Morning after morning of late he has taken his dog for a walk through the park.
  22. In late September there is a period of unseasonably warm weather Indian summer.
  23. The Pacific is a very large sea to the west of North and South America.
  24. The zenith of Perugia's influence came with the defeat of Siena in 1358.
  25. The dinosaur is a reptile that was the dominant land animal duringmost ofThe Mesozoic Era.
  26. If you cook rice you usually eat it with meat or vegetables.
  27. The tiger lives in Asia and belongs to the same genus as the lion, leopard, and jaguar.
  28. Baker Street is a street in the Marylebone district of the City of Westminster in London. It is named after builder William Baker, who laid out the street in the 18th century. The street is most famous for its connection to the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, who lived at a fictional 221B Baker Street address on the north of the street.
  29. The famous intersection is known as the Bank, which includes the huge Bank of England complex, the Royal Exchange, and the Stock Exchange.
  30. The busiest shopping area is Oxford Street, where such large department stores as Selfridges, John Lewis, andMarks and Spencer are located.
  31. The East End is the part of London east of the City as far as the River Lea, including the Docklands.
  32. The Roof of the World is a metaphoric description of the high region in the world, also known as High Asia.
  33. If you look at the sun at dawn, it looks like a cake.
  34. Jack is the black sheep of his family.
  35. At dusk and nightfall, the waxing crescent moon and the dazzling planet Jupiter couple up together in the southern sky.
  36. The period from the end of the 15th century has become known as the High Renaissance, when Venice and Rome began to share Florence's importance and Raphael, Leonardo da Vinci, and Michelangelo were active.
  37. Sun rises in the east and sets in the west.
  38. We had a five-acre garden where we grew everything you can grow in East Texas.
  39. It's hard not to overindulge at Christmas.
  40. Easter day is named after the Saxon goddess of spring, Eostre, whose feast took place at the spring equinox.
  41. Pearls grow inside the shell of an oyster and are used for making expensive jewellery.
  42. The pearl is an abnormal growth resulting from the invasion of the body of the mollusk by a minute particle of foreign matter, such as a fine grain of sand.
  43. On display are earrings, necklaces and bracelets made from jade, amber and amethyst.
  44. Jade has always been prized by the Chinese and Japanese as the most precious of all stones.
  45. Without wisdom wealth is worthless.
  46. In 1880 Alexander Graham Bell was granted a patent on an apparatus for signaling and communicating called a Photophone.
  47. The Chinese were the first to make porcelain.
  48. The brown circles on the map mark the destinations in southern Namibia, between Windhoek and the southern border along the Orange River.
  49. The popularity of the Internet has soared.
  50. In 1957, the Soviets launched Sputnik 1 into outer space.
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