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"I get kind of angry when I am around Bryan and Lisa. I feel like they look down on us for purchasing a manufactured home. Their parents paid for their house so I don't feel like they have the right to critique anyone who bought his/her own house with his/her hard-earned money," Chris told Linda.

Correct answer: (b) down

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"I am glad that you got into a college fraternity like I did. Don't lose sight of your goals, though. Remember why you are at school and what you are there to do. Don't spend all of your time partying," Wesley told his kid.

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"I think trying to repair this deck is a lost cause. It would cost more to fix it in time and materials than it would to build a new one. So much of the wood is rotten," Jed said to Moesha.

Correct answer: (c) lost

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"I am very sorry I am late for dinner. I got working on my term paper and completely lost track of time," Marshall told his parents.

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"I don't think we should invite Paul to the art show. Fine art is lost on that guy. This is the guy who thought his car's carburetor made a nice centerpiece for his table," Chris said to Linda.

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"Don't invite Mark to any of our social gatherings again. The guy is a loud mouth, among other things. You could hear him talking — from a block away — about his intimate affairs with his girlfriend. I was embarrassed the whole night. I am sure the neighbors heard everything he said," Luke said to Ian.

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"Don't let Buck cut the board, he'll only louse it up. He has less sawing abilities than my grandmother," Bill said to Craig jokingly.

Correct answer: (b) louse

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He had had a brief love affair with Janice several years ago. He had fallen for her but she broke it off. It was an uncomfortable situation when she started work under his authority.

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"The party was nice. It was pretty low-key so our neighbors weren't irritated this time," Eddie told his college buddy when he asked how the party went.

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"I really lucked out today. I got these sandals at half price and they were the last pair in my size," Linda said to Ashley.

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