Task 1: Multiple Choice Cloze

For questions 11-20, read the text below and then select the correct answer A, B ,C or D for each gap. The first one has been done for you (0).
Monica Samille Lewinsky was the woman with whom then US President Bill Clinton (0) admitted to having had an "inappropriate relationship" while she worked at the White House in 1995-96. Its repercussions and the surrounding scandals of 1997-99 became known as the Lewinsky scandal, which overclouded Clinton's second term and (11) Lewinsky media notoriety.
Monica was born in San Francisco, California, and grew up on the west side of Los Angeles and in Beverly Hills. For her education she (12) several high-profile schools and in 1995 moved to Washington, D.C., where she started working at the White House as an intern.
Between 15 November 1995 and 7 April 1996, Lewinsky had an intimate relationship with the President, which she later testified (13) oral sex but not sexual intercourse. Clinton had already come under attack for alleged sexual misconduct, most notably in (14) to his encounters with singer Gennifer Flowers and Arkansas state employee Paula Jones. These events would have (15) during Clinton's time as Governor of Arkansas.
In 1996, Lewinsky was relocated to the Pentagon. There, Monica (16) in co-worker Linda Tripp about her relationship with the President, and in 1997 Tripp began secretly recording their telephone conversations. Soon afterwards, Tripp (17) the tapes on to Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr, having (18) convinced Lewinsky to save the gifts Clinton had given her and not to dry clean what would later be infamously known as "the blue dress".
President Clinton was impeached by the House of Representatives and, after a 21-day trial, found not guilty on any of the (19) brought against him. By her own account, Lewinsky survived the scandal by knitting; this helped her start a business selling her own brand of handbags online, which for a short while became quite (20) , but she closed it down in 2004.
In December 2006, she graduated with a master's degree in Social Psychology from the London School of Economics. Her dissertation was entitled "In Search of the Impartial Juror: An exploration of the third person effect and pre-trial publicity".