Mar 2, 2017

FILL something UP

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

    1. He filled Daisy’s glass up again.
    2. My mother filled up the freezer for me before she went away.
    3. I keep emptying the box, but you keep filling it up again!
    4. We were so thirsty the water jug had to be filled up three times.
    • Use the sentences in the study box to help you do these exercises.
      • If you fill up a container or a place, it becomes completely full. Which of these can you fill up?
        • a glass
        • a jug
        • a sandwich
        • a suitcase
        • a job
        • an order
        • a jacket

      • Which of the following are grammatically possible?
        • He filled the bottle up.
        • He filled up the bottle.
        • He filled it up.
        • He filled up it.
        • The bottle was filled up.

    • Complete these sentences in any way you like, using the verb ‘fill something up’ and an object (a noun or a pronoun):
      • She emptied her glass and again. (it)

        • If you want some more water, from the tap. (jug)

          • The fridge is almost empty! I only last week! (it)

            • You don’t need to just to make one cup of tea! (kettle)

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