1. All the walls in the building had the same (layout).
2. The storm caused( severe) damage.
3. The walls are made of( hollow) concret blocks.
4. Our aim was to (update) the health service and we succeeded.
5. Do we have to wear these name (tags)?
6. Joe came to the window as the crowd (chanted) ”Joe,Joe,Joe”
7. He (inspired) many young people to take up sports.
8. The city center was (wiped out) by the bomb.
9. Most baby can (take in) a wide range of food easily.
10. A large crowd （assembled） outside the American embassy.
11. The weather was （crisp） and clear and you could see the mountains fifty miles away.
12. What（ puzzles） me is why his books are so popular.
13. I think $7 a drink is a bit （steep）, don’t you?
14. The （contempt） he felt for his fellow students was obvious.
15. Her comments about men are （utterly） ridiculous.
Eastern Quakes Can Trigger Big Shakes
In the first week of November 2011, people in central Oklahoma experienced more than two dozen earthquakes. The largest, a magnitude 5.6 quake, shook thousands of fans in a college football stadium, caused cracks in a few buildings and rattled the nerves of many people who had never felt a quake before. Oklahoma is not an area of the country famous for its quakes. If you watch the news on TV, you see reports about all sorts of natural disasters —hurricanes, tornadoes, flooding and wildfires, to name a few. But the most dangerous type of natural disaster, and also the most unpredictable, i