Mar 2, 2017

GIVE something OUT

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

    1. The conductor is the person on a bus who gives out tickets.
    2. They were standing in the street giving leaflets out to passers-by.
    3. We made invitations and gave them out to our friends.
    4. The papers were given out and we had an hour to do the test.
    • Use the sentences in the study box to help you do these exercises.
      • Which one of these verbs means the same as ‘give something out’?
        • to collect
        • to distribute
        • to offer

      • Which of these are grammatically possible?
        • I gave the books out.
        • I gave out the books.
        • I gave them out.
        • I gave out them.
        • The books were given out.

    • Complete the following with the correct form of ‘give something out’ and one of the objects below.
      • She  . . . 
        gave out invitations
        to her wedding to all her colleagues.
        • giving out free food
        • giving leaflets out
        • giving out exam papers
        • gave out invitations

      • The teacher asked for silence and started  . . . 
        giving out exam papers
        to all the students.
        • giving out free food
        • giving leaflets out
        • giving out exam papers
        • gave out invitations

      • The relief organizations had arrived and were  . . . 
        giving out free food
        to the refugees.
        • giving out free food
        • giving leaflets out
        • giving out exam papers
        • gave out invitations

      • How is the campaign going? Do you need any help with  . . . 
        giving leaflets out
        ?
        • giving out free food
        • giving leaflets out
        • giving out exam papers
        • gave out invitations

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