Water is to boil / is boiling / boils at a temperature of 100°C.
is to boil
is boiling
boils

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In some countries there is / is / it is very hot all the time.
there is
is
it is

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In cold countries people wear thick clothes for keeping / to keep / for to keep warm.
for keeping
to keep
for to keep

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In England people are always talking about a weather / the weather / weather.
a weather
the weather
weather

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In some places it rains / there rains / it raining almost every day.
it rains
there rains
it raining

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In deserts there isn´t the / some / any grass.
the
some
any

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Places near the Equator have a warm / the warm / warm weather even in the cold season.
a warm
the warm
warm

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In England coldest / the coldest / colder time of year is usually from December to February.
coldest
the coldest
colder

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The most / Most of / Most people don´t know what it´s like in other countries.
The most
Most of
Most

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Very less / little / few people can travel abroad.
less
little
few

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Mohammed Ali has won / won / is winning his first world title fight in 1960.
has won
won
is winning

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After he had won / have won / was winning an Olympic gold medal he became a professional boxer
had won
have won
was winning

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His religious beliefs have made him / made him to / made him change his name when he became champion.
have made him
made him to
made him

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If he has / would have / had lost his first fight with Sonny Liston, no one would have been surprised
has
would have
had

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He has travelled a lot both / and / or as a boxer and as a world-famous personality.
both
and
or

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He is very well known all in / all over / in all the world.
all in
all over
in all

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Many people is believing / are believing / believe he was the greatest boxer of all time.
is believing
are believing
believe

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To be the best from / in / of the world is not easy.
from
in
of

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Like any top sportsman Ali had to / must / should train very hard
had to
must
should

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Even tough he has now lost his title, people would / will / did always remember him as a champion.
would
will
did

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The history of aeroplane / the aeroplane / an aeroplane is
aeroplane
the aeroplane
an aeroplane

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quite a / a quite / quite short one. For many centuries men
quite a
a quite
quite

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are trying / try / had tried to fly, but with
are trying
try
had tried

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little / few / a little success. In the 19th century a few people
little
few
a little

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succeeded to fly / in flying / into flying in balloons. But it wasn´t until
to fly
in flying
into flying

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the beginning of this / next / that century that anybody
this
next
that

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were / is / was able to fly in a machine
were
is
was

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who / which / what was heavier than air, in other words, in
who
which
what

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who / which / what we now call a ‘plane’. The first people to achieve
who
which
what

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‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. His / Their / Theirs was the machine which was the
His
Their
Theirs

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forerunner of the Jumbo jets and supersonic airliners that are such / such a / so common
such
such a
so

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sight today. They could / should / couldn´t hardly have imagined that in 1969
could
should
couldn´t

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not much / not many / no much more than half a century later,
not much
not many
no much

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a man will be / had been / would be landed on the moon.
will be
had been
would be

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Already a man / man / the man is taking the first steps towards the stars.
a man
man
the man

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Although space satellites have existed since / during / for less
since
during
for

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than forty years, we are now dependent from / of / on them for all
from
of
on

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kinds of informations / information / an information. Not only
informations
information
an information

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are they / they are / there are being used for scientific research in
are they
they are
there are

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space, but also to see what kind of weather is coming / comes / coming.
is coming
comes
coming

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By 1998 there would / must / will have been satellites in space for forty
would
must
will

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years and the ‘space superpowers’ are planning to have / make / let
have
make
let

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massive space stations built. When these will be / are / will have been
will be
are
will have been

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completed it will be the first time when / where / that astronauts will be
when
where
that

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able to work in space in large numbers. Apart / For / Except all that,
Apart
For
Except

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in many ways the most remarkable flight of / above / at all was
of
above
at

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it / that / that one of the flying bicycle, which the world saw on television,
it
that
that one

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flying / to fly / fly across the Channel from England to France, with nothing
flying
to fly
fly

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apart / but / than a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said,
apart
but
than

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“It´s the first time I realize / I´ve realized / I am realizing what hard work it is to be a bird!”
I realize
I´ve realized
I am realizing

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Many teachers say to / say / tell their students should learn a foreign language.
say to
say
tell

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Learning a second language is not the same as / like / than learning a first language.
as
like
than

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It takes long time / long / a long time to learn any language.
long time
long
a long time

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It is said that Chinese is the world´s harder / hardest / more hard language to master.
harder
hardest
more hard

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English is quite difficult because of all the exceptions who / which / what have to be learnt.
who
which
what

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You can learn the basic structures of a language quite quickly, but only if you are wanting / will to / are willing to make an effort.
are wanting
will to
are willing to

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A lot of people aren´t used to the study / to study / to studying grammar in their own language.
to the study
to study
to studying

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Many adult students wish they would start / would have started / had started their language studies earlier.
would start
would have started
had started

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In some countries students have to spend a lot of time working on / by / in their own.
on
by
in

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There aren´t no / any / some easy ways of learning a foreign language in your own country.
no
any
some

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Some people try to improve their English by hearing / listening / listening to the BBC World Service.
hearing
listening
listening to

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Live / Life / Living with a foreign family can be a good way to learn a language.
Live
Life
Living

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It´s no use to try / trying / in trying to learn a language just by studying a dictionary.
to try
trying
in trying

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Many students would rather not / would rather prefer not / would rather not to take tests.
would rather not
would rather prefer not
would rather not to

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Some people think it´s time we all learn / should learn / learnt a single international language.
learn
should learn
learnt

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Charles Walker is a teacher at a school in Norwich. He has joined / joined / joins
has joined
joined
joins

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the staff of the school in 1988 and has been working / worked / works there ever since.

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