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  • 1. 

    Tablets are ---- useful ----- smartphones.

    The word "as" is used to compare the usefulness of tablets and smartphones. It indicates that tablets and smartphones are equally useful or have a similar level of usefulness.

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    There aren’t ------- apps to attend people’s needs.

    The sentence states that there are not enough apps to attend people's needs. This means that the number of apps available is insufficient to meet the demands or requirements of the people. The word "enough" indicates a lack or scarcity of apps in this context.

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    I think the regular TVs are just ---- watchable ---- the new Smart Tvs.

    The phrase "as/as" is used to compare two things and indicate that they are equal or similar in some way. In this context, it suggests that regular TVs are just as watchable as the new Smart TVs. It implies that there is no significant difference in the viewing experience between the two types of TVs.

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    DVD players don't have ---- ----- functions ----- Blu-ray players.

    DVD players don't have as many functions as Blu-ray players. This means that Blu-ray players have a greater number of functions or features compared to DVD players.

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    Professional photographers think digital cameras aren’t good ------ to take landscape pictures.

    Professional photographers think digital cameras aren't good enough to take landscape pictures because they believe that digital cameras do not capture the same level of detail, color accuracy, and dynamic range as traditional film cameras. They feel that film cameras produce more natural and visually appealing results, especially when it comes to capturing the intricate details and wide range of tones found in landscapes. Additionally, some photographers argue that digital cameras lack the same level of depth and texture that film cameras provide, making them less suitable for landscape photography.

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    A regular smartphone doesn’t cost ---- ---- money ---- an I-phone.

    The correct answer is "as much/as" because it correctly completes the comparison. The sentence is comparing the cost of a regular smartphone to that of an iPhone. "As much" is used to compare the amount of money, and "as" is used to compare the two items being discussed.

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  • 7. 

    Mobile internet isn’t fast -------.

    The given correct answer is "enough". This suggests that the mobile internet is not fast to a satisfactory or sufficient degree.

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    There are ---- ----- mobile network operators around the world.

    The phrase "too many" indicates an excessive or excessive amount of something. In this context, it suggests that there is an excessive number of mobile network operators worldwide. This implies that there is a large and possibly overwhelming number of companies providing mobile network services in various countries.

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    Most of Salvador’s mobile network operators are ----- inefficient.

    Salvador's mobile network operators are described as "too inefficient." This suggests that the level of inefficiency among these operators is excessive or beyond what is considered acceptable or desirable. The word "too" emphasizes the extent of their inefficiency, indicating that it is more than what is expected or required.

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  • 10. 

    Some apps take up ---- ---- memory capacity.

    The correct answer is "too much" because the phrase "too much" indicates an excessive amount. In the context of the sentence, it suggests that certain apps occupy a significant or excessive amount of memory capacity, possibly causing storage issues or slowing down the device's performance.

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