MWC007-People - Vocabulary

Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. You can also click on the "[?]" button to get a clue. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!
   acquaintance      bachelor      boyfriend      colleague      employee      employer      lodger      motorist      neighbour      optimist      partner      pedestrian      pessimist      racist      spectator      spinster      tourist      vegetarian      widow   
Write the missing words into the blanks from the box!

She is always expecting the best to happen. She's such an .
A person who watches a sport or an event rather than takes part in it is called a .
Mrs Brown has been a since her husband died 7 years ago.
Pamela and Frank have been going out with each other since they met at the university. He is the first Pamela has ever wanted to marry.
Amanda amd I own and run the company together. She is my .
A is someone who visits another country or district for a holiday.
Is James married yet- No, he's still a .
A is someone who goes everywhere on foot.
I work for IBM. They are my .
She never eats any sort of meat. She's a .


Julie and I work together. She is my .
Someone who drives a car is called a .
He is always expecting the worst to happen. He's such a .
A woman who has never marreid is called a .
If you work for yourself you are called self-employed. If you work for somone else you are an .
He thinks British people are far superior to other nationalities and looks down on all foreigners. He's such a .
Mary lives next door to me. She's my .
Tom rents a room in our house. He's our .
I don't know her really well. She's just an .