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Anyone can fill in each of the following blanks with one suitable word? Just one word, please.

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Basketball is a game _ the tall and the strong. But wilt was _ that. There were other players as big as Wilt, but no one else was so skillfull _ shooting baskets and jumping _ high to get rebounds. Wilt was paid about $200000 a year. That was _ the president of the United States earned for _ President. At that time, it was more than any other athlete in the entire _ of sports had ever been paid.

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Category: WK087

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    Don't think there's anything wrong with your paper. For the 2nd sentence you can say "But Wilt was [beyond] that". ie. it means that not only is Wilt tall and strong, but he's also skilfull. You should note, though, that it's not really good form to start a sentence with the word "But" like that, especially for official correspondence or essay-writing. Is this really your homework? If it is, then Toffler is right... ha ha... "

     

    Wendy, I don't think you can put just 1 word in each of those blanks.
    Basketball is a game _for the tall and the strong. But wilt was _? that. There were other players as big as Wilt, but no one else was so skillfull _at shooting baskets and jumping _as high to get rebounds. Wilt was paid about $200000 a year. That was _more than_ the president of the United States earned for _being President. At that time, it was more than any other athlete in the entire _history of sports had ever been paid.
    Good luck. Try to do your own homework next time.
    Testing... testing...
    What if I type in more than 2 words....? How about this? Will it show? Or will I get an error message again?

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