A. examined or perused carefully
B. an excuse, especially to avoid blame
C. a beat or throb, as of the pulse
D. to give emphasis or prominence to
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A: Did you enjoy the concert?
B: It was OK, but I ___ to the theatre.
A. needn’t have gone
B. must have gone
C. had better go
D. would rather have gone
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An _____ shows strong emotion and ends with an exclamation point.
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