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Idioms and meanings - Lesson 2 of 11

Anindya Kumar Ghosh

Training is my passion. I love to work with my students and seeing them excel gives me great satisfaction....

Idioms Beginning with C and D (Choose the answer that best fits the meaning) Idioms Beginning with C Idioms Beginning with D To "call it a day" means ___.a. to quitb. it becomes eveningc. to say good morning I "dare say" means ___.a. I don't know at allb. I definitely knowc. I suppose To... read more

 Idioms Beginning with C and D  (Choose the answer that best fits the meaning)

Idioms Beginning with C Idioms Beginning with D
To "call it a day" means ___.
a. to quit
b. it becomes evening
c. to say good morning
I "dare say" means ___.
a. I don't know at all
b. I definitely know
c. I suppose
To "call the tune" means ___.
a. to sing a song
b. to give orders
c. to give advice
To "dash off" means ___.
a. to do, make, or draw something quickly
b. to be deeply asleep
c. to be precise
To "carry off" means ___.
a. to move
b. to kill
c. to drop
"Dead tired" means ___.
a. no longer living
b. very tired
c. someone doesn't have long to live
To put the "cart before the horse" means ___.
a. to plan ahead
b. that you can't do something
c. to do things in the wrong order
To be in "deep water" means ___.
a. to be lazy
b. to be in serious trouble
c. to not care about things
To "catch on" means ___.
a. to understand
b. to be punished
c. to grab something
If something "dies down", it means it ___.
a. falls over
b. dies quickly
c. fades away
To "be caught short" means ___.
a. to be in an embarrassing situation
b. to take a short sleep
c. not to have enough of something when needed
To "die out" means ___.
a. to fail
b. to die quickly
c. to disappear slowly
"Cheap skate" means ___.
a. a winter sports activity
b. someone who doesn't spend much money
c. something that isn't expensive
A "dime a dozen" means ___.
a. it is expensive
b. something is unusual
c. something is easy to get
To "check up" means ___.
a. to search
b. to investigate
c. to make a mark to show something has been counted
To "dish out" means ___.
a. to serve
b. to gossip
c. to make
To "cheer up" means ___.
a. to become happy
b. to become sad
c. to become lost

To "do away with" something means ___.
a. to treat something
b. to stop something
c. to hide something
"Chicken feed" means ___.
a. a lot of food
b. a small amount of money
c. A group of people gathering together
If someone is "down to earth", they are ___.
a. strange
b. practical
c. shy


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Idioms and meanings - Lesson 3 of 11

Anindya Kumar Ghosh

Training is my passion. I love to work with my students and seeing them excel gives me great satisfaction....

Choose the best option that is closest to the meaning of the idiom Idioms Beginning with E Idioms Beginning with F "Easy does it" means ___. a. let's do it laterb. let's do it carefullyc. let's do it quickly To "eat your words" means ___. a. to apologiseb. to shout loudlyc.... read more

Choose the best option that is closest to the meaning of the idiom

Idioms Beginning with E Idioms Beginning with F
  • "Easy does it" means ___.
a. let's do it later
b. let's do it carefully
c. let's do it quickly

  • To "eat your words" means ___.
a. to apologise
b. to shout loudly
c. to be quiet

  • To "eat out" means ___.
a. to rot away
b. to eat in a restaurant
c. to eat everything

  • To "edge out" means ___.
a. to move in slowly
b. with the narrow side outwards
c. to force out

  • To "eke out" means ___.
a. to rush out
b. to do with difficulty
c. to make easily

  • "En masse" means ___.
a. one by one
b. nobody
c. as a group

  • If you "keep an eye out" it means ___.
a. watch carefully
b. you are in charge
c. you don't pay attention

  • To "eat like a horse" means ___.
a. to eat noisily
b. to eat a little
c. to eat a lot

  • To "egg on" means ___.
a. to eat enough
b. to encourage
c. to annoy

  • To "ease up" means ___.
a. to make less nervous
b. to increase pressure
c. to go faster
  • To "face the music" means ___.
a. accept your punishment
b. listen carefully
c. ask a lot of questions

  • When it's "fair and square" it's ___.
a. unusual
b. confused
c. honest

  • To "fall behind" means to ___.
a. not keep up
b. hurt yourself
c. get angry

  • If something "falls through" it ___.
a. happens perfectly
b. explodes
c. fails to happen

  • "Far and wide" means ___.
a. in a limited area
b. everywhere
c. at one time

  • "Fat chance" means ___.
a. very lucky
b. no possibility
c. unlucky

  • "If it's a "feather in your cap" it means it's ___.
a. a problem
b. cowardly
c. an honour

  • If you are "fed up" you have ___.
a. had enough
b. eaten enough
c. drunk too much

  • If you "feel like" something you ___.
a. want to touch something
b. don't like something
c. want to do something

  • To "feel out" means to ___.
a. test and idea
b. tell a secret
c. hide something

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Idioms and meanings - Lesson 1 of 11

Anindya Kumar Ghosh

Training is my passion. I love to work with my students and seeing them excel gives me great satisfaction....

Idioms Starting With "A" and "B" (choose the answer that is most appropriate). Idioms Starting With "A" Idioms Starting With "B" "A bit" means ___. a. some thing to eatb. to help someonec. a small amount "About time" means ___. a. at the right timeb. soonc. at last "Across... read more

Idioms Starting With "A" and "B" (choose the answer that is most appropriate).

Idioms Starting With "A"

Idioms Starting With "B"

  • "A bit" means ___.

a. some thing to eat
b. to help someone
c. a small amount

  • "About time" means ___.

a. at the right time
b. soon
c. at last

  • "Across the board" means ___.

a. everyone or everything is included
b. to travel between countries
c. uninteresting

  • To "act up" means ___.

a. to share an idea
b. to behave badly
c. to pretend to be rich

  • A man "after my own heart" means ___.

a. liking the same things as me
b. looks like me
c. follows me

  • "Against the clock" means ___.

a. a new record
b. a test of speed or time
c. an impossible task

  • "All along" means ___.

a. all the time
b. to agree
c. altogether

  • "All hours" means ___.

a. at regular times
b. at irregular times
c. every hour

  • "Along in years" means ___.

a. getting old
b. getting tired
c. becoming successful

  • "And then some" means ___.

a. not many
b. and only a few
c. and a lot more

  • "babe in the woods" means ___.

a. somone who cuts trees
b. someone who is young
c. someone who is innocent

  • To "back down" means ___.

a. to give up a claim
b. to sit down
c. to fight for something

  • To "back out" means ___.

a. to support someone
b. to be trapped
c. to get out of an agreement

  • A "bad trip" means ___.

a. to lose money
b. an unpleasant drug experience
c. to be unsuccesful

  • "He didn't bat an eye" means ___.

a. he didn't see
b. he wasn't happy
c. he didn't show surprise

  • To "bear in mind" means ___.

a. to forget something
b. to be crazy
c. to remember something

  • To "beat around the bush" means ___.

a. to not know
b. to avoid a question
c. to go on a hike

  • To "beef up" means ___.

a. to go crazy
b. to have fun
c. to make something stronger

  • "Behind the scenes" means ___.

a. in a different place
b. privately
c. in a difficult position

  • "Below the belt" means ___.

a. good
b. secretly
c. unfairly

 

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An Introduction to Business Intelligence Concepts

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Looking for a Business Intelligence (BI) solution for your company can be intimidating. BI uses its own special terminology and the database design concepts can be difficult to grasp. So where do you start? ArcherPoint has put together this document to help anyone looking to implement a business intelligence... read more

Looking for a Business Intelligence (BI) solution for your company can be intimidating. BI uses its own special terminology and the database design concepts can be difficult to grasp.

So where do you start?

ArcherPoint has put together this document to help anyone looking to implement a business intelligence solution understand the underlying concepts and be in a position to ask the right questions of any BI vendor.

Why Business Intelligence?

Most companies track and record thousands of transactions daily. Not just customer purchases – which might include information such as the customer, the products/items sold, the store from which the purchase was made, and the date and time of the purchase – but also transactions such as warehouse activity, inventory purchases, employee hours and time off, and daily operating costs.

In fact, most companies are virtually swimming in data. If only there was a way to collect this data in one place and make sense of it all with a simple report (or set of reports). Companies who can successfully extract pertinent data from their mountain of information are gaining unique perspectives of their business, enabling them to become leaner and more competitive.

The process of collecting, organizing, and analyzing business data and turning it into useful and actionable information is commonly referred to as Business Intelligence or Business Analytics. With business intelligence, companies have greater insight into their organization, yielding new opportunities, corrections to existing procedures or processes, competitive advantages, and more, including the ability to:

Identify top-selling products by region, store, or sales person
Identify trends, both good and bad, early on
Generate ad-hoc financial reports
Track competitors in their area
Compare information about customers, products, prices, and costs over time
But before you run and write a SQL query to start extracting your business intelligence information from your company’s database, there are some things you might want to consider first. And to do that, we’ll have to define a few…no, many…terms.

Not all databases are the same

Well, it can be argued that they kind of are, but I am referring here to how the underlying database is set up and configured – or what is known as the database schema.

To simplify things, let’s think of a database as a group of tables. Each table has rows and columns, and where each row and column intersect is a cell…and each cell contains a single piece of data. Think of a table as a single Excel spreadsheet and a database as a set of Excel spreadsheets.

Most databases today are relational databases, and, typically, the goal is to minimize repetition of data across the tables. So, for example, there might be a single table for customer data (name, address, phone, email, and, of course, the primary key of the customer ID) and another table for products (manufacturer, product name, SKU, price, and, of course, the product ID). When a sale is made, one customer may purchase multiple products – but each product is not listed exhaustively for each transaction, nor is the customer information. Instead, in the table that records this sales transaction, all that would be required is to record the product IDs and the customer ID along with the time and date information and the store location (probably a store ID) and maybe the ID of the sales person. In this way, the data has been minimized – with just the store ID, the customer ID, and the product IDs, the company can find out everything about the purchase and the person making the purchase, from the type of person who buys a particular product to the time of day when the most sales are made at this store.

Online Transaction Processing (OLTP)

Relational databases are best when the primary goal is to record many transactions – which is the case for most companies. In fact, in retail especially, the most important consideration is being able to record multiple transactions simultaneously across the enterprise, with safeguards to prevent two or more people changing the same information at the same time as well as the ability to keep backups of the transaction database in real time.

This type of system is referred to as an Online Transaction Processing or OLTP database, and these systems are great for recording transactions, but not so great at extracting and analyzing strategic data quickly. A different type of database is used for analysis.

Online Analytical Processing (OLAP)

There are several reasons why running analytics against the production transaction database is a bad idea. The numerous tables create a complexity that makes analytics difficult to perform quickly, and this will impact database performance, which, in turn, will cause delays at the check-out line.

But there are other reasons.

During the time it takes to run the analytics, new transactions are being added – which may alter the accuracy of the analytics you are trying to perform.

Another problem is that the production database requires multiple access from multiple departments, including the sales associates, the warehouse personnel, and the accounting staff.

Typically, that is not the case for analytical data. Instead, the analysis is only performed on historical data by a few people – so simultaneous access by many users and the ability to record simultaneous transactions is not necessary. What IS necessary, however, is the ability to crunch massive amounts of data quickly. This necessitates a different way of looking at how the database is put together.

A database specifically designed for business analytics is called an Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) database. It might also be referred to as a Data Warehouse or a Data Mart.

Characteristics of an OLAP database

One of the most distinguishing characteristic of an OLAP database is that is generally isolated from the transactional database. This guarantees that operations performed for analysis will not impact the production database. It also means that the OLAP database contains only historical data, with little or no updates to the data itself.

Another distinguishing characteristic is that there are far fewer tables in an OLAP database than is usually found in an OLTP database, and the idea of repeating data in the tables is no longer a consideration. Instead, the focus in on how quickly the database can access the information needed to perform the analyses required.

A third characteristic is that the OLAP database is primarily concerned with numerical data, also called measures or facts.

Facts, Dimensions, and OLAP Cubes

The main table in an OLAP database is the Fact table, where the information of interest is stored. The data stored in the Fact table are taken from various Dimension tables, which represent some aspect needed to perform the data analysis. For instance, if we wanted to analyze the total sales figures of each of our stores for each quarter, we would have a Time dimension table (representing the time period from which data is taken) and a Store dimension (representing each of the stores being analyzed). The Fact table would then contain the sales figures for each store for each time period. This would be a Fact table joined to two Dimension tables.

We could add another (third) dimension, for example, Product. Now we can show the total sales by product for each store for each quarter.

In mathematics, two dimensions define an area or an X-Y rectangular grid (length and width, like the surface of a tabletop), while three dimensions define a space (length, width, and depth) or X-Y-Z coordinate system. A rectangle with depth defines a box, or cube (like a six-sided die or an alphabet block). So, an OLAP Fact table with three dimensions is called an OLAP Cube. Now, technically, a cube is equal along all its edges, and an OLAP Cube is not necessarily symmetrical, so it should probably be called an “OLAP Box”. But the term “OLAP Cube” is commonly used in this sense.

Mathematically, we can define more than just three dimensions; we just can’t draw or visualize more than three dimensions very easily. For instance, in addition to store, quarter, and product, we could also look at the sales data by customer, by payment type, by sales associate, and on and on. This would give us a Multi-dimensional OLAP Cube, sometimes called a Hypercube. However, many analysts use the term OLAP Cube to include Hypercubes as well.

Each dimension table contains facts, called Members. When possible, members are grouped into hierarchies, which are represented as parent/child relationships. For instance, Time can be represented as years, quarters, months, days, hours, or minutes. Day would be a “child” of Month, but a “parent” of Hour. This allows the analyst to look at data by year, but also by months, days, and hours.

As much as possible, Fact tables usually only contain the key fields needed to connect the Fact table to the various Dimension tables and Measure fields which contain the Measures, or facts, being analyzed.

The Dimension tables, by contrast, not only contain facts, but can also provide additional information associated with them, called Attributes. For instance, a Product dimension table may contain attributes such as the product name, manufacturer, and SKU.

OLAP Schema

An OLAP database schema will typically take the form of either a star schema or a snowflake schema. Both seek to minimize the number of tables needed to get to the data of interest.

In the simplest schema, the star schema, the Fact tables can reference one or more Dimension tables, forming a pattern resembling a star.

The snowflake schema has at least one Dimension table that is itself associated with another Dimension table. The snowflake schema is used to improve performance for specific database queries.

There are basically three types of OLAP databases: Multidimensional OLAP (MOLAP), Relational OLAP (ROLAP), and Hybrid OLAP (HOLAP).

MOLAP – Data is stored in multidimensional cubes and is not relational, which helps speed up query performance, but limits the amount of data it can process.
ROLAP – Data is stored in a relational database, which increases the amount of data it can handle, but causes performance to suffer.
HOLAP – Combines both types to take advantage of MOLAP for faster performance when working with summary data, but uses ROLAP when detailed information is needed.
Common operations performed by OLAP databases are Slice and Dice, Drill Down/Up, Roll Up, and Pivot.

Slice and Dice – A “slice” of a cube is selecting data from the cube by fixing one dimension to a single value. For instance, the analyst might look at sales for all products for all months in the year for a single store, or sales for all stores and all products for a specific month. “Dicing” refers to selecting a range of possible values along one or more dimensions, for example, sales for the first quarter for all products in only the southeastern stores.
Drill Down/Up – Allows the analyst to look at summary data (“drill up”) or more detailed data (“drill down”).
Roll Up – Summarizes or aggregates the data along one or more dimensions.
Pivot – Rotates the cube so the analyst can see data along a different axis. For example, instead of looking at total sales of each product at each store year-by-year, the analyst might pivot the table to show how each product sold every year store-by-store, representing the same data from a different point of view.
Moving from OLTP to OLAP

At some point, data from the OLTP database needs to be moved to the OLAP database, a process called Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL).

Extract – The data that will be placed into the data warehouse (OLAP database) does not necessarily all come from the OLTP database. In fact, the data may come from different data sources and appear in different formats. Part of the extraction process is to convert the data to a format for use in the transformation stage.
Transform – All extracted data is manipulated into the same data type for storing into the data warehouse. For instance, one system might use ‘1’ for “yes” and ‘0’ for “no”. Another might use the characters ‘Y’ and ‘N’. The transform process would format all of these into a format the target database will use.
Load – Here, the transformed data is loaded into the OLAP database.
ETL is a time when data can be “scrubbed”, for example, invalid entries are discarded or corrected (null values for required fields) or conflicting data is reconciled (addresses may have changed).

ETL is also when some critical decisions are made. Part of the reasons for creating the data warehouse is to quickly analyze the numerical data being generated across the enterprise. Unless all the data from every transaction is going to be preserved (requiring a large and complex database), some data will have to be aggregated, or summarized. For instance, rather than store all individual transaction records, the company may decide to simply store the data as hourly, daily, or monthly sales figures.

This is actually an important concept. If the OLAP database is initially configured to aggregate the data by month, the analyst will not be able to later see the data at a finer granularity, like days or hours, without going back to the original data source and extracting it again. Therefore, it is important to understand how the data will be utilized before setting up the dimensions, or OLAP Cubes.

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SQL (Structured Query Language)

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SQL (Structured Query Language) is a standardized programming language used for managing relational databases and performing various operations on the data in them. Initially created in the 1970s, SQL is regularly used by database administrators, as well as by developers writing data integration scripts... read more

SQL (Structured Query Language) is a standardized programming language used for managing relational databases and performing various operations on the data in them. Initially created in the 1970s, SQL is regularly used by database administrators, as well as by developers writing data integration scripts and data analysts looking to set up and run analytical queries.

The uses of SQL include modifying database table and index structures; adding, updating and deleting rows of data; and retrieving subsets of information from within a database for transaction processing and analytics applications. Queries and other SQL operations take the form of commands written as statements -- commonly used SQL statements include select, add, insert, update, delete, create, alter and truncate.

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What is a SQL join?

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A SQL join is a Structured Query Language (SQL) instruction to combine data from two sets of data (e.g. two tables). Before we dive into the details of a SQL join, let’s briefly discuss what SQL is, and why someone would want to perform a SQL join. SQL is a special-purpose programming language... read more

A SQL join is a Structured Query Language (SQL) instruction to combine data from two sets of data (e.g. two tables). Before we dive into the details of a SQL join, let’s briefly discuss what SQL is, and why someone would want to perform a SQL join.

SQL is a special-purpose programming language designed for managing information in a relational database management system (RDBMS). The word relational here is key; it specifies that the database management system is organized in such a way that there are clear relations defined between different sets of data.

Typically, you need to extract, transform, and load data into your RDBMS before you’re able to manage it using SQL, which you can accomplish by using a tool like Stitch.

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Chart

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A chart is a set of coordinates When you make a chart you start with an empty, two-dimensional space, a vertical dimension (y) and a horizontal dimension (x) . You also have a data source. Your job is to translate the data into distances and plot data points in a way that their relative distances are... read more

A chart is a set of coordinates

When you make a chart you start with an empty, two-dimensional space, a vertical dimension (y) and a horizontal dimension (x) . You also have a data source. Your job is to translate the data into distances and plot data points in a way that their relative distances are kept. You plot the data points using pairs of x,y coordinates:

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HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is the set of markup symbols or codes inserted in a file intended for display on a World Wide Web browser page. The markup tells the Web browser how to display a Web page's words and images for the user. Each individual markup code is referred to as an element (but many... read more

HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is the set of markup symbols or codes inserted in a file intended for display on a World Wide Web browser page. The markup tells the Web browser how to display a Web page's words and images for the user. Each individual markup code is referred to as an element (but many people also refer to it as a tag). Some elements come in pairs that indicate when some display effect is to begin and when it is to end.

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Dynamic HyerText Markup Language (DHTML)

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Dynamic HyerText Markup Language (DHTML) is a combination of Web development technologies used to create dynamically changing websites. Web pages may include animation, dynamic menus and text effects. The technologies used include a combination of HTML, JavaScript or VB Script, CSS and the document object... read more

Dynamic HyerText Markup Language (DHTML) is a combination of Web development technologies used to create dynamically changing websites. Web pages may include animation, dynamic menus and text effects. The technologies used include a combination of HTML, JavaScript or VB Script, CSS and the document object model (DOM).

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Building Vocabulary - Condition and Changes

Anindya Kumar Ghosh

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It is important to build ones vocabulary when learning to speak English. Keep a record of new words that you come across or learn and review them from time to time and try to use them. Read up as much as possible from good books and newspapers or magazines. Keep a dictionary handy – it is easy... read more

It is important to build ones vocabulary when learning to speak English. Keep a record of new words that you come across or learn and review them from time to time and try to use them. Read up as much as possible from good books and newspapers or magazines. Keep a dictionary handy – it is easy to carry one nowadays – you will find many dictionary apps for mobile phones (the good news is they are free).

Let’s look at some conditional statements (words) –

A>  You can’t go to the University if you don’t score well in examinations

Replace the “if” with the word “unless” and it becomes-

You can’t go to the University UNLESS you score well in examinations

B> Some countries will never be able to rectify their deficits even if they work very hard

Change the sentence with “no matter how”

Some countries will never be able to rectify their deficits no matter how hard they work.

Now let’s look at words for “Change”

  1. Look at the verbs and the pairs of sentences below – Use a VERB from the box that can FIT into both the sentences. In some cases you will see that the meaning of the verb change slightly. It is Fun try it out.

 ==============================VERBS =============================

  adapt  = adjust = alter = cure =demote = disappear= dissolve= exchange= expand= fade= increase= promote=reduce = renew = renovate = replace =swell = switch = transform =vary

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Ø  We need to ________________ these cars so disabled people  can drive them

Ø The country found it hard to ___________ to the new government

Ø  If trousers are too tight then take them back to the shop to _____________ them

Ø He found it hard to ____________ to living in a tropical country

Ø  You must ____________ the voltage or the system will blow up

Ø He decided to _________ his appearance be having plastic surgery

Ø  Our bills will be less if we ___________ from gas to electricity

Ø They had to ___________ flights at Heathrow Airport

Ø  You can’t ___________ the terms of the contract once it has been signed

Ø He wants to ________________ his appearance

Ø  IT will help your digestion if you ___________ your diet

Ø Prices of flats _________ from a few thousand to millions pounds

Ø  We need to __________ our sales force to cope with extra demand

Ø Water will ____________ when it is frozen

Ø  The price of oil will _____________ next year

Ø Most bosses refuse to ___________ salaries when they are asked

Ø  The management decided to __________ the company and sell the offices

Ø ____________ the sugar in boiling water

Ø  More and more people are moving to cities to ___________the population there

Ø The wasp sting caused his leg to ______________ up

Ø  The market for typewriters will probably ___________ completely in the few years

Ø The police are baffled by the increasing number of people who _________ each year

Ø  The old contract ran out and we had to __________ it

Ø Many people   argue that it is futile to ____________ old hostilities

Ø  They have received funds to ___________ the old buildings

Ø We need to ___________ the central heating as it is old and worn out

Ø  The boss offered to  ___________ him from salesman to manager

Ø Our aim is to _______________ tourism in the country

Ø  They wanted to ______________ from manager to salesperson

Ø If we _______________ you, you lose a large part of your salary

Ø  If you wash it too much the colour will  ___________

Ø We watched the islands ____________ away into the distance

Ø  The company decided to __________ the permanent staff with freelancers

Ø You must ____________ the books on the shelf after you have finished reading

Ø  The doctors were unable to __________ her illness

Ø ____________ the meat in salt water for between three and five days

Ø  Governments are trying to ____________ pollution

Ø The best way to save money is to _________ the number of staff

 

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