Practice the following sentences. 1. I expect you to protect our pact. 2. The ring you picked looked like an exact replica of mine. 3. Please instruct her to respect her elders and act appropriately. 4. It’s a fact that you lacked the skills to complete your first project. 5. I predict that your conduct will be perfect. 5. She parked her car and walked to where she worked. 6. Did you inspect the wrecked car at the correct time? 7. We picked, marked, and stacked the boxes. 8. We cooked and baked for our precinct. 9. I didn’t react when the insect backed into the hole.
Practice the following paragraph. When I graduated from college, my first job was in a district near my home. I parked my car at my office building parking lot and walked into my office by 8am every morning. I worked long hours, but knew that in the end it would help me learn more quickly. My goal was to complete every project assigned to me on time, conduct myself in a professional manner, and inspect my work so that it was correct every time. I knew that if my work was perfect, I would get a promotion and become a manager within two years.
Idiom: in the end Definition: after all, finally
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