Mar 2, 2017

PUT something ON

8 cards
, 20 answers
  • Study box. Read these sentences carefully.

    1. Put a clean shirt on before dinner, please.
    2. He had a shower and put on a new black T-shirt.
    3. She took a pair of dark glasses out of her pocket and put them on.
    • Use the sentences in the study box to help you do these exercises.
      • Which is the best explanation of this meaning of ‘put something on’?
        • to be wearing an item of clothing
        • to put an item of clothing on your body

      • Which of the following can you not put on?
        • shoes
        • a handkerchief
        • a watch
        • earrings
        • an umbrella

      • Which of these are grammatically possible?
        • He put his coat on.
        • He put on his coat.
        • He put it on.
        • He put on it.
        • His coat was put on.

    • Put on or wear? Choose the best verb.
      • Do you  . . . 
        • put on
        • wear

      • What was he  . . . 
        when you last saw him?
        • putting on
        • wearing

      • I got up quickly and  . . . 
        put on
        my clothes.
        • put on
        • wore

    • Respond to the following, using ‘put something on’ and the object in brackets.
      • A: I’m very cold!
        B: Why don’t you (your jacket)

        • A: I’ve got a job interview this afternoon.
          B: Don’t forget (tie)

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