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... in the United States have just reported on a study of more than three hundred patients ages twelve to seventeen.Researchers
... it awards scholarships that do not have any citizenship requirements.Each year
….. says more than one hundred twenty million people worldwide suffer from depression.The World Health Organization
1928 refers to.the year that the Flying Doctors started
A seven-hour operation without an anaesthesia was done by.the Postmaster
A young monk is also known as ...the child of Munich
About two thousand ideas were received by Royal Mail every daó.few of them were ever used
According Chris’s story, what feeling did the man who had come from the prison have?D) He looked as everyday
According to the context: What is the synonym to the word “to annoy”to irritate
According to the text the lad was looking for the friends, sawB) the fountain
According to the text the lad wasC) Handsome
According to the text, studies have shown that there are actually on Friday the 13th.E) Fewer accidents
According to the text, what are the most frequent words in English?The, and, to, in, is
According to the text, what is the number of English speakers in the countries where Enqlish is the first language?350 mln
According to the text, which of the following is true about English?Many people are interested in learning it
According to the text. Find the antonym to the word to survive.to die
According to the text: What do people usually think about punks?it is just fashion
After the concert the instruments are turned into ...soup
Agricultural inflation has been hitting the price of... .grains and other products
All Skogshem Conference Centre meeting rooms are equipped withC) ISDN, TV and video, projectors, computers and Internet
Also, children can learn how to make ....Web sites
Altogether Mireille destroyed art worth___dollars.D) two billion
And an underground tank can store ... liters of rainwater.one million seven hundred thousand
And an underground tank can store one million seven hundred thousand liters of rainwater for ... .air conditioning and other systems
And an underground tank can store one million seven hundred thousand liters rainwater
And if you have a question, send it to ... .email@example.com.
Anita Roddick is the founder of...The Body Shop
At pubs it is normal to buy_C) One's own drinks
At the programm she appeared with her...mother
At what web site can Foreign Student Series be found?voaspecialenglish.com
Auburn Avenue was the main:Artery
Australian artists receive money.for the design and again if it is used
Bags will be provided by the council ....only for materials that can be recycled
Based on information in the passage, it can be inferred that an earlier section of this passage likelyE) provided some explanations about why people might fear Friday the 13th and introduced the term “friggatriskaidekaphobia"
Birthplace of Martin Luther King, Jr.isAtlanta
Bluetongue can kill ...sheep and cattle and other ruminant animals like goats and deer
Booking for the Club equipment is made by . .James Todd
By whom was this VOA Special English Education Report written?Mario Ritter
Cafeteria is situated ....on the ground floor
Capital E examined the cost of... green schools in the United States.30
Choose the correct answer:Martin Luther's mother's profession was:A musician
Choose the correct answer:What do policymakers think about education in America, according to the report?They recognize the need to reform public high schools
Choose the correct answer:What floor is the canteen?On the ground floor.
Clementine Hozier, granddaughter of the____Earl of Airlie?10th
Congress set a national goal of using twenty-eight billion liters of ethanol a year by...two thousand twelve
Congress set a national goal of using twenty-eight billion liters of ethanol a year by...two thousand twelve
Contact details you can find.on the notice board
Crossing the busy road she...acted as if being confused
Do they choose the hotel?E) No, it is far from Stockholm
Do they choose the Skogshem Conference Centre?C) Yes, it is quite comfortable and close to Stockholm
Do they communicate with each other?They do not communicate with each other.
Does Mrs Snell like her neighbours?No, she doesn’t like them.
Dolphins like to... be loved and play
During what period has the number of day camps in the United States grown?In the past twenty years
Edward Mark’s main role in the Club is.to prevent injuries
Edwards Marks works days a week.3
English is the first language in ....12 countries
Englishmen (and women) go to pubs to drinkE) Some beer
Even cynical person would be hard pressed ...not to appreciate these animals
Everything turned out easier with.the right attitude
Fields near the entrance to the beach can be used as.car parks
Find the definition to the word “newsflash” short urgent report
Find the proper word according to this definition “political, racial or religious .arriving
Find the proper word from the text according to the definition: “something that has happened, some occurrence”.event
Find the synonym for the word “delicious”A) tasty
Find the synonym for the word “to go down” (plane)to crash
Find the synonym to the word “benefit”.advantage
Find the synonym to the word “successful” according to the text wealthy
Find the synonym to the word “supply”.provide
Find the synonym to the word “tiny” small
Find the word that is NOT the synonym to the word “to involve.to break
Fitness machines are situated.on the first floor
Genienne _____ the Flying Doctors organization.likes
Giving up smoking was easy for Mr Gold because he.it was his private game, he was winning
Have they been introduced to each other?They have not been introduced to each other.
He wanted to change his life and his desire was.to become an actor
Henley Music Festival takes place...In Great Britain
hey are preparing to celebrate the anniversary of the town. 250th
His father, Lord Randolph Churchill was of the Duke of Marlborough.A younger son
His trouble was that.he had a couple of bad headaches
How did Debra learn about this event?From newsflash
How did Sam Brannan die?An unnoticed death
How did she pay for her tuition?She gave music lessons.
How do they enjoy the long summer evenings?They start working earlier and leave earlier too.
How does the president call Christopher Cox?"a champion of the free-enterprise"
How is the course titled?C) Dawn of Opportunity
How is the heating in Sweden houses?Very high.
How is the virus spread?by small biting flies called midges
How long has she been doing her job?B) about 11 years
How many “boroughs” are there in New York?5.
How many are national papers published on Sundays?A) Nine
How many countries did in the Olympiad participate?seventy-three
How many days did the Olympiad last?ten
How many hours a day she used to take just getting dressed?»B) Four hours
How many members are there in commission?five
How many old people are in Britain?more than 10 million
How many old people are there in Britain? more than 10 million
How many people live in Manhattan?1500 000.
How many people visited the party?40
How many persent has the number of day camps in the United States grown?by almost 90%
How many plays did Shakespeare write?37.
How many single-sex schools are there today, according to the report by Sara Mead?More than two hundred
How many skyscrapers does Rockfeller Center consist of?Fifteen.
How many students did in the thirty-eighth International Physics Olympiad compete?More than three hundred
How many vegetables do they use for one concert?40 kilos
How much does the dolphin hug cost?$135 for 30 minutes
How much experience do you need for taking part at the sessions?D) 3 years
How much money did Sam Brannan earned in just nine weeks?$ 36000
How old is she?62
How old was Blackwell when she emigrated to New York City? 10
How old was the president of the International Physics Olympiad?sixty-seven years old
Hugging a dolphin is an excellent activity...to lower the stress levels
Hå never feared of.the accusation of having no willpower
If a friggatriskaidekaphobic loses his wallet on Tuesday the 21st he would probably____any meaning to the date on which this event occurred.E) Not assign
If people are accidents____ on Friday the 13th, then there are likely to be fewerA) More cautious
In Britain pantomime is «mime».B) different from
In England the national drink isE) Beer
In modem society people seem to be judged on the basis of....their economic productivity
In our modem world of fast communications and busy urban lifestyles, I concluded, we seem to have lost.the art of kindness
In technology camps, one subject that children can learn about is ... video game design
In the search for suitable subjects, people are invited to ... .give an opinion on possible topics
In the sentence "He had many stories to tell about how necessary an aerial medical service was, including one about Jimmy Darcy" the word 'one refers to:story
In this orchestra a flute is made of...a carrot
In what country are old people treated with more respect in comparison with Britain?in Sweden
In what period did Sam Brannan live? Time of gold rush
In what year gold was discovered?B) 1848
In what óåàr Sam Brannan arrived in California?1846
Information about the training can be found in a(an).brochure
Is it cold in winter there?Yes, it is.
Is Lara involved with anyone at the moment?D) She isn’t seeing anyone
It is very pleasant to have.many people turn up
It takes____ to get to the centre of Liding from the Skogshem Conference Center.C) 35 minutes
It was built as a "..school based on requirements from the United States Green Building Council.green
Large bags are given forcollecting recyclable materials
Liaison Officer’s duty is.to manage bookings
Many developing countries have a ... .growing middle class
Many stamp enthusiasts are afraid of that.stamps ate not acceptable
Margaret Lloyd’s main duty is ... to oversee training
Martin Luther King, Jr., is well known for his speech:I have a dream
Martin Luther King's grandfather purchased their home on:Auburn Avenue
Martin Luther was the second of:Three children
Mireille was angry to Stephene so____.A) she cut the paintings into small pieces
Mireille, 53, was Stephene’s___C) mother
More hectares of maize for ethanol mean fewer hectares for crops like ....soybeans
Mr Gold became a professional actor due to.his experience in fighting his bad habit
Mr Gold had problems because he ... .smoked a lot
Mr Gold never ran out of... .cigarettes
Mr Gold said about.kicking the habit of smoking
Mr Gold stopped smoking on ...1st July
Mr Gold told about his secret plan to ... .nobody
Mr Gold tried a lot of different courses because he wanted to be fit
Mr Gold used to travel across London to ... .get cigarettes
Mr Gold wanted to.get rid of his bad habit
Mr Gold was successful because ....this was as an exciting adventure
Mr Gold’s little private game consisted in.cutting down the number of cigarettes smoked
Native Americans call their old people...elder
Newspapers with political bias areE) The Daily Telegraph, the Daily Express
On 1st July Mr Gold.didn’t smoke for 24 hours
On the basis of the extensive research, it is clear that.it is hard to please everybody
On the ground floor, there are two halls are used for.yoga, Thai Chi
One day while they were having supper, the police arrived and took him to the police station because .C) he stole 239 paintings from museums
One fellow visitor said that meeting with the dolphins.made her look at her life in a different way
Our physiotherapist’s role is.to prevent injuries
Papers usually reflect Conservative opinionsE)The Daily Express and The Sun
People use English as the second language in ... .33 countries.
People writed to the post office that.they loved and hated
Picking up litter will be the duty of ....the Beach Team
Populars” newspapers are calledC) Small-sized newspapers
Quality” newspapers report about .A) major national and international events
Recently King Henry has appeared on a British stamp together with.a stamp featuring each of his wives
Researchers in ... have just reported on a study of more than three hundred patients ages twelve to seventeen.the United States
Researchers in the United States have just reported on a study of more than ...patients ages twelve to seventeen.three hundred
Rising grain prices could signal a change for agricultural commodities around the ...region
Schoolchildren can see pantomime in Britain_____A) During their winter holiday
Sean Bond supervises ....computers and electrical equipment
Some animals die after ....just a day or two
Someone is needed.to be in charge of the first aid
Specialty camps offer ... the chance to learn about different subjects.young people
Stephene Breitweiser filled his______ with priceless works of art.E) bedroom
Stephene Breitweiser hid the stolen paintings from the museumB) under his coat
Stephene Breitweiser was the greatest___in Europe.C) art theif
Students must be legally ....blind
Students say the ... rooms help them stay awake during class.sunny
The “pub” is the place_-_-C) men, women go to drink
The “regulars” become members of a “family” butB)relationships often do not extend
The aim of the programme is to give young people help in...B) setting up their own business
The average cost was only ... percent higher compared to a traditional school.2
The celebration will be held at the money of...the council
The celebration will be held on ... .Sunday
The council is a ... .nonprofit organization made up of building business leaders
The design of stamps in Australia is usually supervised by ... .Australia Post
The dolphins jump, whistle and click ...to attract your attention
The editors of papers usually allowed to considerateD) Freedom of expression
The extensive therapy training programme is accredited to the university of Manwich
The federation says there are no ... for the blind.special colleges or universities
The federation says there are no special colleges or universities for ...the blind
The government has strongly supported ... production. ethanol
The government has strongly supported ... production.ethanol
The Henley Music Festival takes place in ...July
The hotel was not chosen because_____C) it is far from Stockholm
The lad had been hunting and he_E) lost sight of his friends
The left-over food will be taken away by.the organizers
The main policy in Australian and British stamps design is thatno living ordinary person can ever appear on a stamp
The main purpose of the Open Day is to give a(an) (quick) tour
The main thing about the stamps is that.they must be of national interest
The most popular place in England is.D)the Pub
The National Institute of Mental Health paid for ... study.the seventeen million dollar
The new building cost about... million dollars to build.90
The notice-board contains ....contact details
The number of staff members of the Club is.9
The oldest of the mini-marathon applicants is.60
The picture of Father Christmas surfing at the beach ....arose lots of discussion
The price of the course is ...A) $200
The problem raised in the article is directed to,..young businessmen
The process of stamp production is.fast
The production of a stamp in Australia is as long as ... .up to two years
The profits from the marathon will be given to the Children’s Hospital to help.buy new specialist equipment
The programme “Tell me more” appears.once a week
The pronoun 'them' in the sentence "A pilot might need the help of people on the ground when he's landing the plane: sometimes he ò to frighten off kangaroos, wild animals" refers to:people on the ground :
The pub becomes a virtual extension ____B) because of the low quality housing many people live
The question about dolphins was raised in...Travel programme
The reason for Mr Gold’s frequent colds and throat infections was.smoking a lot
The report released this week says that...American boys in most cases are doing better than ever
The S.E.C.... laws and rules that govern financial markets.Enforces
The second team will ...arrange the square.
The skin of dolphins is ...smooth
The speaker says that.people will never agree about stamp design
The speaker suggests that....too much attention is devoted to stamp production
The story of a pantomime is always____A) well-known
The strange little flower was called after him as people thought thatB) The lad had turned into the flower
The Sun and The Daily Star- concentrate onB) more emotive reporting of stories
The Uncle’s box also containsC) dynamite
The vegetable instruments are used ...only once
The vegetables in Britain tend to be... than in Vienna.larger
The weekly radio programme is on ... .topics suggested by listeners
The winner in each competition will.be awarded a cash prize
The word “elders” denotes ...wisdom
The word “pub” itself is an abbreviation of”E) “Public house”
The World Health Organization says more than ... people worldwide suffer from depression.one hundred twenty million
The World Health Organization says more than one hundred twenty million people ... suffer from depression.worldwide
There are applicants for the mini-marathon.265
There are nine ... in the Club.permanent staff members
There are..... programmes in counseling at the moment.3
There is a debate in Britain...how to call old people
There is a proper protocol for ... a dolphin.meeting
There will be....................................... judges for various competitions.3
This Festival is held for funs of...experimental music
This passage is most likely an excerpt fromD) The conclusion of a longer work thatanalyzesevidence about the superstition of Friday the 13th
This text is about...Vegetable orchestra
Thomas' parents live______ far from towns
Those interested in yoga will have a chance to talk to trainers on.Thursday 4.30
Time when Stephene went into the museums to steal paintings:C) the museums just were closing
To close the beach we need permission from.the council
To take part at the seminar you must have...E) business idea that you want to develop
Topics are sent for final approval to ... .the Board of Directors
Two women sing love songs to each other in pantomime because____.C) the handsome prince is always played by a woman
Uncle Philip carried out his research in .E) Chemistry
Wardens will be needed at the car park because ....the parking last year was disorganized
We need some volunteers for.cleaning -up
What Alex wanted to see very much?flight to the moon
What are the animal viruses that can ruin a farmer?Rinderpest, foot-and-mouth disease and bluetongue disease
What are the diseases that can ruin a farmer?Rinderpest, foot-and-mouth disease and bluetongue disease
What can people do at midnight summer?They can walk and read newspapers.
What century did she live?the nineteenth century
What century is known as golden age of English literature.XVI-XVII.
What company made her to be an old woman ? Discovery Europe
What conditions are needed for producing vegetable instruments?humid
What countries took the third place?the United States and South Korea
What country has been dealing with foot-and-mouth — and now its first cases of bluetongue?Britain
What country is called the land of the midnight sun?Sweden.
What did he decide to leave to Tom?D) All his fortune.
What did he like?A quiet life.
What did he say to his son?that it was the most momentous thing in his son’s life
What did Mr Gold have difficulty with in the past?Giving up smoking.
What did Sam Brannan own when gold was found?Store
What did she think it was?Something terrible had happened
What did she want to become? a doctor.
What did Tom do with great fortune?B) Tom could think of nothing butthe box and the fortune
What did Uncle Philip ask Tom to do before opening the box?E) To read the letter.
What do Swedish people like doing on holidays or weekends?They like having sauna.
What do the Swedish people complain for when they visit England?For cold.
What do they like to do after sauna?Jump into the lake.
What do they prefer?They prefer both working and playing.
What do they usually mean when people say “Manhattan”?New-York City
What does it mean “to be in shape”to look good
What does Lara consider is the reason of her success? A) She has never let anything stand in her way
What does Lara do in her spare time?A) cleaning her guns
What does S.A. Ogunlowo in Ile-Ife want to know?S.A. Ogunlowo in Ile-Ife wants to know if visually impaired foreign students can get a full scholarship as an undergraduate.
What does Sara Mead base her arguments on?On tests used since the early nineteen seventies for a national measure of educational progress
What does The Education Sector report call for?More study into the differences between boys and girls and into the culture of schools
What does the Food and Agriculture Organization say about animal diseases?It says animal diseases once limited to warm, tropical climates are on the rise around the world.
What does the neighbour wear?Jeans and a T-shirt.
What does the number 24 refer to?the number of hours per day that the Flying Doctors service is available
Whatdoes the number '3' refer to? the number of times that the Flying Doctors have helped Genienne Ellis
What does the speaker say about the judges in the competition?Most of them have had some experience in judging.
What event did Debra see when she was a child?E) Berlin Wall breaking
What fact impeded Elizabeth to become a doctor?She was a woman.
What foreign languages are the most studied?English, French, Spanich.
What goods did he sell in his store?C) Picks, shovels and pans
What groups of boys are especially in trouble, according to the report made by Sara Mead?Hispanics, blacks and boys from poor families
What have we lost in our modern world? kindness
What intention did he have?C) To buy all the picks, shovels and pans he could find
What is an interesting architectural ensemble?Rockfeller center.
What is David Hudson?The director of Studies.
What is famous in Sweden?Sauna.
What is Kids-N-Technology?a day camp
What is meant by “toolkit”? A) basic skills to set up business
What is the antonym to the word “incredible”.probable
What is the correct spelling of the hotel name?D}B-l- double L-l-N-G-E-H-U-S
What is the easiest instrument made from vegetables according to the text?Flute
What is the financial heart of the USA?Wall Street
What is the King Ludwig II famous for?Beautiful castles and palaces
What is the Lara Croft’s weigh?A) 57.2 kilos
What is the leading cause of suicide?Depression
What is the length of the shopping area?an 800-metre pedestrian street
What is the main concept of this orchestra?you can make sounds with anything
What is the name of one of Europe's biggest malls containing shops for all tastes .Einkaufcenter
What is the name of the new chairman?William Donaldson
What is the nickname of New-York?Big Apple.
What is the problem raised in this text?attitude to old people
What is the story about?About Mrs Snell’s neighbour.
What is the synonym to the word “make-up”cosmetics
What is the weather like in Sweden?It's cold.
What is the Web site of the National Federation of the Blind?nfo.org
What is Wen Jiabao?Premier
What is Wen Jiabao?Premier
What kind of day was it?A) Hot
What kind of job did he have in London later?An actor.
What kind of materials do these newspapers concentrate on?B) The Royal Family
What kind of worry is there about the prices?The increasing demand for food could drive prices too high.
What language school does David Hudson manage?Cambridge Language School.
What language will the students learn?English.
What laws and rules does the S.E.C. enforce?Laws and rules to govern financial markets
What must you give the dolphins when you want to enter their space?hand signals
What officials see the recent arrival of that virus in the United Kingdom as another sign of a bigger problem?UN
What other leisure facilities are there any in the hotel?A) a spa and health centre with a pool and Jacuzzi
What pain are many people around the world feeling right now?the pain of "agflation"
What picture is the most popular one on Australian stamps?Kangaroos.
What place is known by locals as Stachus Square?Karlplatz
What sort of car does she drive?D) old Land Rover
What sphere of the English language's usage isn't mentioned in the text?agriculture
What students did in the thirty-eighth International Physics Olympiad compete?secondary school students
What two changes to the organization of the festival are mentioned?Free refreshments and free concert
What was he famous for?For his plays.
What was insurmountable barrier for all blacks?Racial Prejudice
What was Lara’s first adventure?' A) getting to civilization when her plane went down
What was she carrying?two shopping bags
What was the name of the city where the Olympiad took place?Isfahan
What was the reason of Tom’s and his uncle’s meeting?B) Because of uncle's illness.
What was the Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington created for?To protect investors
What was Uncle Philip’s achievement in this field?E) Received the Nobel Prize.
What will Vimmi Singh do at the seminars?' D) conduct the workshops
What worried Mr Gold most of all in the morning? The thought of his past attempts to give up smoking.
What’s Lara’s dream? to ski down Everest with Brian Blessed
What’s the second name of that century? The age of Shakespeare.
What's the aim of his going to South Africa?to cover the Boer War
When and where did he die? In Stratford, 1616.
When and where was he bom? In Stratford on April 23, 1564.
When Chris has his birthday?A) 11th February
When did Churchill graduate from Sandhurst?1895
When did Congress set a national goal of using twenty-eight billion liters of ethanol a year by two thousand twelve?In two thousand five
When did Congress set a national goal of using twenty-eight billion liters of ethanol a year by two thousand twelve?In two thousand five
When did his adventures continue? 1899
When did the Dutch Trade Company buy Manhattan?Sixteen twenty six.
When did the thirty-eighth International Physics Olympiad take place?last month
When do they make their instruments?an hour before the concert
When do you see only one hour of daylight?In December.
When does a winter show begin?D) late November or early December
When does he come home?He comes home late.
When people want to give their opinion on a new stamp, ....they write to the post office
When she was dressed as an old woman people...didn’t notice her
When was she bom?in 1821.
When was the oldest brewery set up?nearly 700 years ago
When was The Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington created?In nineteen thirty-four
When will the course take place? in October and November
When will the tour start?At 3.00 on the dot.
When will their first class start? At 11 o'clock.
Where are the neighbours going tonight? To the pub.
Where did he sail to? South Africa
Where did he spend his last years? In Stratford
Where did the lad see his reflection?D) In the fountain
Where did the speaker find the Dolphin Quest? On the Island of Bermuda
Where did the thirty-eighth International Physics Olympiad take place?in Iran
Where do people make instruments out of old cars?Africa
Where do they live?They live in a small flat.
Where does the United nations have its headquarters?Manhattan.
Where has the belief that boys are in trouble in American education led to?A growth industry of experts advising how to make schools more "boy friendly"
Where is Cybercamps located?at the University of Maryland
Where is the hotel located?B) in the centre of Sweden
Where is the platform for watching the dolphins situated?just under the water
Where should the students who want to go to the tour meet their tour guide?Outside the main gate of the school.
Where was an independent research group launched?In Washington
Where was Elizabeth Blackwell born?in England.
Where was he burried?In Stratford, in the church.
Where was he educated?At the local Grammar school.
Where was The Securities and Exchange Commission created?In Washington
Where was this virus first discovered?in South America
Which is the smallest Island in New-York?Manhattan.
Which of the following logical misconceptionsis committed by the man who loses his wallet and blames Friday thel3th?A)Post hoc, characterized by the argument in which two sequential events are said to be causally related, but this is not actually the case; the arguer wrongly concludes that the earlier event cause the later. That is, correlation isn’t the same thing as causation.
Which of the following pieces of evidence, if true, would best support the author’s argument in the textA) Studies performed in the United Kingdom reveal that significantly fewer people choose to drive their cars to work on Friday the 13th
Which of the following stories is not mentioned in the text as popular with most children all over the world?E) «Walt Disney»
Which of them is not an island?Bronx.
While the historical or_____ discussed earlier may have something to do with this belief, people may also use associational links to justify their superstitions.C) Folk traditions
Who can see a pantomime?B) parents and schoolchildren
Who does Mister Cox has have strong support from?business groups
Who founded their colony here?Dutch.
Who go to summer camp?Children
Who has strongly supported ethanol production?the government
Who has written the VOA Special English Education Report?Erin Braswell
Who is the author of this VOA Special English Education Report?Nancy Steinbach
Who is the main character of the story?D) A young boy
Who is the main character of this text?B) Sam Brannan
Who is Walt Disney?B) A film-maker
Who lives with him?Girlfriend.
Who organized this seminar?C) commercial institute
Who played an important role in the community?Martin Luther's grandfather
Who was Beth at her early years?a punk
Who was buried in Jesuit church?King Ludwig II
Whom did he marry when he was 18.Anne Hathaway of Shottery.
Whom do we call Narcissus?A) People who like themselves
Why couldn’t Elizabeth Blackwell realize her dream of becoming a surgeon?A serious eye infection halted her quest.
Why did Uncle Philip leave this box to Tom?D) He wanted Tom to remember his Uncle.
Why is she looking so good?C) She needs to keep in shape for her job
Why is the Orchestra called “Vegetable”?all instruments are made from vegetables
Whåre did he travel?The USA and Cuba
Whî has strongly supported ethanol production?government
With whom did Sam Brannan arrive in San Francisco? With John Sutter
You can feed dolphins with ... fish
You can get close to the dolphins even if you are not...a swimmer