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Idioms 2 Fill in the correct idiom.

 

have a good time: enjoy oneself (opp: have a bad time) 1. He ... that he would never lie to her again. 2. Did he buy you flowers again? I think he ...... you. 3. I...............................my colleagues in my new job. I really like it there. 4. I'm sure I will ...................... at the party tonight. 5. I'm so tired. I think I will......................... . 6. I......................................... on my honeymoon. We went to Venice. 7. John........................................ He never stops talking in class. 8. He spent too much money and......................... with his credit card payments. 9. I think you should............................... those old jeans. They're full of holes.
have the time of one’s life: experience a period of exceptional happiness
have an early night:   go to bed early
fall in love with: begin to feel romantic love for sb
get along with: be on friendly terms
get into a mess get into a difficult situation
get on sb's nerves:   irritate sb
get rid of: remove or dispose of
give sb one's word :   make a promise

Phrasal verbs 3 Fill in the correct preposition or adverb.

carry on (with):     continue 1. The police held .............. the fans who were trying to get onto the football pitch. 2. They carried ........ a survey to find out which TV channel was the most popular. 3. We arrived an hour late because we were held ......... in traffic. 4. Could you hold ...................., please? Mrs Jones' line is engaged at the moment. 5. Carry............... that job until I give you something else to do. 6. The gang held.................... a security van and got away with millions.
carry out:   do, complete sth
hold back:   control (oneself, crowds etc)
hold on:   wait (esp on the phone)
hold up: 1) delay 2) rob sth/sb using a weapon

Fill in the correct preposition.

1. Her family couldn't decide ….. the best place to go for their summer holidays. 2. The mountain-climbers died.... extreme cold. 3. Sally dreams........... being a famous actress. 4. What's the difference.... a rabbit and a hare? 5. Sam was so disappointed ........ his birthday present that he burst into tears. 6. The demand .......... new cars is low because they are so expensive. 7. Linda couldn't deal ............. all the typing, so she hired an assistant to help her. 8. Now that he has a good job, Paul doesn't depend ........................... his parents for money. 9. Can you explain this ................ me, please?

 

Idioms 3 Fill in the correct idiom.

 

get in touch with: communicate with sb one hasn’t seen recently 1. Always …… …. the cooker is off when you leave the house. 2. She asked Mark to.......................... the children while she went to the shops. 3. Peter promised to............................... me after he moved away, but he hasn't written yet. 4. I don't know if they'll give me the job but I ...... ..................... that they will. 5. When the fire started, David managed to ......... ............... and get everyone out of the room. 6. I'll tell you what we're planning if you promise 7. You can watch TV, get yourself a juice or do whatever you like. Just ................ . 8. We must.......................... everyone we invited to the party and tell them it's been cancelled. 9. You can ....................... the new sofa by moving that table.
keep in touch with sb: maintain contact by visiting, writing etc
keep sth quiet: keep sth secret
keep an eye on sth:   guard sth
keep one’s head:   remain calm
keep one's fingers crossed:   wish for good luck
make oneself at home: act and feel as if one were in one's own house
make room (for sth):   allow enough free space
make sure: check

 



 


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