MARYSIA_BIAŁKOWSKA_1_20101. All # often she is slow to respond and appears not to be concentrating.
unfailingly, , ,
2. Every # and then he comes to life and contributes.
sporadic, , ,
3. He needs a fairly stern word as regular #.
tendency, mix questions , ,
4. He is # to lapses of concentration
consistently, mix questions , ,
5. His written work has earned him # high grades.
from, , ,
6. It is not # for his work to be handed in extremely late.
now, , web page,
7. He has a (an) # to drift off into his own dream world.
prone, , ,
8. His attendance at classes has been # , to say the least.
fortnightly, , ,
9. Her performance in the # tests has been impressive.
occasion , , ,
10. She is missing classes with alarming #.
again, , ,
11. # time to time his powers of concentration wane.
uncommon, , ,
12. She is able to produce in the # of a single lesson what many students require a week to produce.
regularly, , ,
13. again,form, unfailingly, occasion, prone, consistently, sporadic, fortnightly, regularly, now, too, course, intervals, uncommon, tendency, regularity, clockwork
regularity, , ,
14. On the odd # when homework is handed in it is unsatisfactory
clockwork, , ,
15. She delivers her assigments as regular as #.
course, , ,
16. He has been warned time and time # about his behaviour.
too, , ,
17. She is # cheerful and co-operative
intervals, , ,