Mar 2, 2017

TAKE something OFF

7 cards
, 17 answers
  • Study box. Read these sentences carefully.

    1. Why don’t you take your coat off?
    2. Do you mind if I take off my shoes?
    3. She loved her new scarf so much that she refused to take it off at bedtime.
    4. All jewellery must be taken off when doing sports.
    • Use the sentences in the study box to help you do these exercises.
      • Which of these verbs is closest in meaning to ‘take off’?
        • to remove
        • to collect
        • to wear
        • to leave

      • Which of the following can you NOT take off?
        • gloves
        • necklace
        • sunglasses
        • contact lenses

      • Which of these are grammatically possible?
        • He took his tie off.
        • He took off his tie.
        • He took it off.
        • He took off it.
        • His tie was taken off.

    • Respond to the following, using ‘take something off’ and the information in brackets in an appropriate way in each case.
      • A: Do you need some help?
        B: Yes, please. I’m trying to (my boots)

        • A: It’s so hot in here!
          B: Why don’t you (your sweater)

          • A: Why aren’t you wearing your ring?
            B: I always when I wash my hands. (it)

            • A: Is the office warm enough for you?
              B: No. That’s why I haven’t (my coat)

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