Mar 2, 2017


4 cards
, 16 answers
  • Study box. Read these sentences carefully.

    1. I’m afraid that he might fall over again and hurt himself.
    2. She still can’t walk properly—she keeps falling over.
    3. I just touched the vase and it fell over.
    • Use the sentences in the study box to help you do these exercises.
      • Complete the meaning of ‘fall over’ with a phrase below:

        stay standing       •       lie on       •       get up       •       fall to

        to be unable to and the ground

        • Which of these are grammatically possible?
          • I fell over.
          • I fell over the ground.
          • I fell myself over.
          • The bicycle fell over.
          • The bicycle fell over it.

        • Which three of these objects are the most likely to ‘fall over’?
          • a large pile of books on a table
          • an old car on a flat road
          • a tall tree in a storm
          • a chair with a broken leg
          • the wheel of a bike

        • Which of the following would be logical answers to this question?

          Why did you fall over?
          • I was sitting down.
          • My foot slipped.
          • I suddenly felt very dizzy.
          • I was holding on to the wall.

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