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104. Everyone must evacuate the premises during the fire drill
Drill (cn): an activity that practices a particular skill and often involves repeating the same thing several times, especially a military exercise intended to train soldiers.
Premises (plural noun): the land and buildings owned by someone, especially by a company or organization.

104. Everyone must evacuate the premises during the fire drill
Drill (cn): an activity that practices a particular skill and often involves repeating the same thing several times, especially a military exercise intended to train soldiers.
Premises (plural noun): the land and buildings owned by someone, especially by a company or organization.

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105. Our professor is holding/hosting the economic conference session next week.
To host [EVENT]: to be the host of a television or radio programme.
 To host a show/programme

105. Our professor is holding/hosting the economic conference session next week.
To host [EVENT]: to be the host of a television or radio programme.
 To host a show/programme

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106. Our professor is hosting the economic development conference next week.

106. Our professor is hosting the economic development conference next week.

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107. Our professors are hosting a business/business developing conference.

107. Our professors are hosting a business/business developing conference.

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108. Animals raised in captivity behave differently with their wild counterparts.
 Captivity (un): the situation in which a person or animal is kept somewhere and is not allowed to leave
 Counterpart (cn): a person or thing that has the same purpose as another one in a different place or organization.

108. Animals raised in captivity behave differently with their wild counterparts.
 Captivity (un): the situation in which a person or animal is kept somewhere and is not allowed to leave
 Counterpart (cn): a person or thing that has the same purpose as another one in a different place or organization.

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109. If it helps you to take notes in order to concentrate, please do so.

109. If it helps you to take notes in order to concentrate, please do so.

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110. If it helps you to concentrate, take notes, please do it

110. If it helps you to concentrate, take notes, please do it

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111. To achieve full marks, an appropriate/proper bibliography is required.
 Bibliography (cn): a list of the books and articles that have been used by someone when writing a particular book or article.

111. To achieve full marks, an appropriate/proper bibliography is required.
 Bibliography (cn): a list of the books and articles that have been used by someone when writing a particular book or article.

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112. Materials and resources are on hold at the library front desk.

112. Materials and resources are on hold at the library front desk.

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113. Neurons are principally involved in the chemical processes.
 Neuron (cn): a nerve cell that carries information between the brain and other parts of the body
 Principally (adv): mainly

113. Neurons are principally involved in the chemical processes.
 Neuron (cn): a nerve cell that carries information between the brain and other parts of the body
 Principally (adv): mainly

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114. The sociology department is highly regarded worldwide.
 Sociology (un): the study of the relationships between people living in groups, especially in industrial societies.

114. The sociology department is highly regarded worldwide.
 Sociology (un): the study of the relationships between people living in groups, especially in industrial societies.

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115. When the workers ask for the increase of wages, the company raises its prices.

115. When the workers ask for the increase of wages, the company raises its prices.

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116. When workers require higher wage, the companies often raise the price.

116. When workers require higher wage, the companies often raise the price.

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117. When meeting high potential risks, companies will raise their prices.

117. When meeting high potential risks, companies will raise their prices.

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118. Why have the projects been held up for so long?
 To hold up someone/sth: [DELAY]: to delay someone or sth

118. Why have the projects been held up for so long?
 To hold up someone/sth: [DELAY]: to delay someone or sth

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119. Why has the project been held for so long?

119. Why has the project been held for so long?

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120. I thought we would meet in a small meeting room.

120. I thought we would meet in a small meeting room.

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121. I thought we should meet in the meeting room.

121. I thought we should meet in the meeting room.

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122. Most teaching staff make their lecture notes available online.

122. Most teaching staff make their lecture notes available online.

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123. It is absolutely vital that you acknowledge/allocate all your resources.

123. It is absolutely vital that you acknowledge/allocate all your resources.