אני אשמח אם מישהו יוכל לעזור לי למצוא מילים נרדפות מהטקסט הבא
אני צריך למצוא מילים נרדפות עבור:
apathetic - אני חושב ש gloomy, לא בטוח.
held - אני חושב ש conducted. גם כאן לא בטוח.
אלו האחרונות שנשארו לי והאמת שלא מצאתי.
אני יודע שהטקסטים אולי מעט ארוכים, אבל יש לי להקליד אותם, אז תתחשבו גם בי :P
ישנם שני טקסטים, לא ידוע לי באיזה מהם המילים המתאימות..
The average citizen of Europe is gloomy these days and in Britian he or she is probably gloomier then most. This is shown by the latest "Eurobarometer", the opinion pool conducted every six months by the European Commission to trace trends in the European community. Britons seem the most miserable, with the French and Irish not far behind. Belgians are also growing more pessimitic. As far as fear of is "probable". In April 1980, 34 percent believed war was not far off. Today, the figure is 13 percent, with Britian at 14 percent.
The seller of goods has certain obligations toward his customer. Some of them are written in the laws of the country. Others are found in the legal decisions made by judges.
What happens when a merchant displays an item in his store window with a price tag on it? Must the merchant sell the item if the money is offered? It is fact of law that a display of goods in a store window is not an offer to sell those goods, which can be accepted by a customer saying he will buy them. Instead, the display is known as invitation by the merchant to receive offers from potential customers. The customer makes the offer to buy and the merchant may accept the offer. Then the goods are sold. But the merchat need not accept the offer, and without such acceptance, the customer cannot obtain the goods or sue the merchant for not letting him have them. Unless the seller accepts the offer by taking cash from the customer, the seller is allowed to change his mind. The merchant may want to take back the goods because they have been displayed by mistake of had the wrond price written on them, and he or she would have the legal right to do this.