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By By (author) Rawdon Wyatt

ISBN-10: 071367914X

ISBN-13: 9780713679144

ISBN-10: 1408102374

ISBN-13: 9781408102374

Fee Your Vocabulary for residing within the united kingdom is a brand new identify within the diversity which makes a speciality of the standard English vocabulary required for would-be British voters and folks for whom English is a moment language who are looking to stay, examine and paintings within the united kingdom.

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He hopes that a __________ will decide in his favour. A national newspaper accuses the Prime Minister of stealing money from his own party. The PM accuses the newspaper of telling lies. The __________ is taken to the __________, where the newspaper is ordered to pay £85,000 in damages to the PM. The newspaper thinks this is unfair, and goes to a __________ to try to reduce the amount they need to pay. Laurence Bailey robs a bank. The day after he is arrested, he appears in a __________ for an initial hearing.

By law, at what time do most pubs have to stop serving alcohol? 30. Can you buy alcohol in a pub to take home with you? 31. What are darts, billiards, dominoes and skittles? 32. A bar person tells you that you are barred. What must you do? 33. Can a bar person refuse to serve you a drink without giving you a reason? 34. Binge drinking is becoming a big problem in the UK. What is this? Relationships 1: Marriage and related issues Test your knowledge with this quiz. 1. : A contract between a man and a woman to become husband and wife is called an engagement.

What are the two key features of this organisation? (a) Professionalism (b) Political allegiance to the ruling political party (c) The ability to change government policy if it disagrees with it (d) Political neutrality (e) Choosing which aspects of government policy it wants to put into practice 11. What happens to this organisation if a new government is elected? (a) It must put the new government's policies into practice (b) It is disbanded, and new managers and administrators are chosen (c) The managers and administrators continue working with the previous government for up to five years and are then 'retired' 12.

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