phrasal verbs in context Complete the phrasal verbs with the by 93l430Nn

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									        Choose the odd one out
•   sleeveless scruffy hooded V-neck
•   stylish trendy long-sleeved smart
•   silk striped checked spotted
•   denim old-fashioned suede fur
•   loose long tight plain
        Choose the odd one out
•   sleeveless scruffy hooded V-neck
•   stylish trendy long-sleeved smart
•   silk striped checked spotted
•   denim old-fashioned suede fur
•   loose long tight plain
              phrasal verbs in context
 Complete the phrasal verbs with the correct particle.

• When you’ve finished watching the DVD
  please put it b___ in the case.
• when I saw the look on his face I burst o___
  laughing.
• they’ve knocked d___ the old houses in order
  to build some new flats.
• Don’t walk so fast! You’re leaving me b___.
• It isn’t very warm in here. Can you turn u___
  the heat?
Choose the correct answer.
• My father worked very hard / hardly all his life.
• I haven’t seen Harry late / lately. Have you?
• I can’t stand most TV programmes, specially / especially reality
  shows.
• Dave near / nearly broke his leg skiing in the Alps.
• Do you even / ever wear jeans to work?
• Do your parents live near / nearly here?
• Elie ate all her lunch, ever / even the vegetables!
• Alan’s feet are so big that his shoes are especially / specially
  made for him.
• My cousin is a doctor and at the moment / actually she’s
  working in Africa.
• We all cried at the end / in the end of the film when the main
  character died.
Choose the correct answer.

•   My father worked very hard all his life.
•   I haven’t seen Harry lately. Have you?
•   I can’t stand most TV programmes, especially reality shows.
•   Dave nearly broke his leg skiing in the Alps.
•   Do you ever wear jeans to work?
•   Do your parents live near here?
•   Elie ate all her lunch, even the vegetables!
•   Alan’s feet are so big that his shoes are specially made for him.
•   My cousin is a doctor and at the moment she’s working in Africa.
•   We all cried at the end of the film when the main character
    died.
              phrasal verbs in context
 Complete the phrasal verbs with the correct particle.

• When you’ve finished watching the DVD
  please put it back in the case.
• when I saw the look on his face I burst out
  laughing.
• They’ve knocked down the old houses in
  order to build some new flats.
• Don’t walk so fast! You’re leaving me behind
• It isn’t very warm in here. Can you turn upthe
  heat?
          Choose the correct option
•   Can we go out for five minutes, please?
    No. Sit down and put/get on with your work!
•   Do you want to sit down?
    Yes, please. Otherwise/Anyway I think I might faint.
•   How do you deal/treat with difficult passengers?
    Just by talking to them really.
•   Why do you always give that beggar money?
    He’s always standing there and I feel sorrow/sorry for
    him.
•   What sort of person are you looking for?
    Well, the ideal candidate will be a team/group player.
•   You’re very fond of your car, aren’t you?
•   I wouldn’t change it for the world/planet.
     Replace one work in each sentence with a word from the list.

  actually       major           money-wise               one time

• A friend of mine hates flying. Once she refused to get
  on the plane, so it took off without her.
• I fly a lot and I’ve never had a serious problem.
• Financially my job is great, but I do work long hours.
• I wasn’t looking forward to a 24-hour flight, but in
  fact I quite enjoyed it.
     Replace one work in each sentence with a word from the list.

  actually       major           money-wise               one time

• A friend of mine hates flying. One time she refused
  to get on the plane, so it took off without her.
• I fly a lot and I’ve never had a major problem.
• Money-wise my job is great, but I do work long
  hours.
• I wasn’t looking forward to a 24-hour flight, but
  actually I quite enjoyed it.

								
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