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31) She shows the strain of bottled ___ emotion.
(A) up
(B) in
(C) from
(D) upto

32) He decided to break ___ from the party and seek re-election as an independent.
(A) with
(B) away
(C) up
(D) in

33) There has been a complete break ___ of law and order.
(A) up
(B) off
(C) down
(D) of

34) The plague broke ___ in London that summer and hundreds died.
(A) out
(B) down
(C) up
(D) in

35) There has been an exciting new technological ___ break
(A) through
(B) down
(C) in
(D) for

36) Three minutes could bring ___ this transformation.
(A) forth
(B) about
(C) into
(D) with

37) I think we are agreed on the main points. Does anyone want to bring ___ anything further.
(A) up
(B) around
(C) down
(D) about

38) South Africa brushed ___ the threat of tougher economic sanctions.
(A) off
(B) of
(C) down
(D) about

39) Alex, who has been nervous and jumpy lately, suddenly burst ___ tears.
(A) in
(B) into
(C) on
(D) with

40) The eagle swooped and carried ___ a sleeping lizard.
(A) up
(B) down
(C) off
(D) in


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