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1. (i) ancient (ii) plucked (iii) conjure 2. a luxury/something available only to the wealthy/powerful people in society /something only rich and/or powerful people can afford
1. By making the victims fall in love with/develop romantic feelings for them 2. By (sending additional scammers) posing as staff from the anti-deception centre 3. D 4. B
1. halt 2. They couldn't see any future in it./The country was poor, incomes were low, and there was no call for the profession. 3. 1998 4. (i) civil servant  (ii) established
1. D 2. C 3. most of (Indian) society 4. D 5. It’s easier to find work/a job (in aviation) now than it was in the past.
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1. C 2. B 3. C 4. (i) exploding  (ii) share  (iii) accessible 5. D 6. C 7. A
1. C 2. A 3. D 4. It’s hard to find people with autism to come on the show [1 mark] / because some of them are too shy or don’t think it’s important to talk about autism [1 mark]
1. skyrocketed 2. (a) F (b) T (c) NG (d) T 3. (i) relay (ii) foolproof (iii) fluctuate
1. B 2. C 3. People on the internet who criticise new vegans asking questions about veganism [1 mark] // and say they aren’t “vegan enough” [1 mark]