Dec 25, 2016

UNIT 136 • Phrasal verbs (getup / breakdown / fill in etc.)

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  • Complete the sentences using one of these phrasal verbs (in the correct form):

          break down (= stop working properly)
          drop out (= stop taking part in something)
          clear up (= become brighter-for weather)
          move in (= start living in a house etc.)
          close down (= go out of business)
          show off (= show how clever you are)
          doze off (= fall asleep)
          turn up (= appear / arrive)
    • Sorry I’m late. The car on the way here.
      I arranged to meet Jane after work last night but she didn’t
      A: We’ve bought a new house.
      B: Oh, have you? When are you
      There used to be a shop at the end of the street but it a year ago.
      I ran in a marathon last week but I wasn’t fit enough. I after 15 kilometres.
      We all know how wonderful you are. There’s no need to
      I was very tired. I sat in an armchair and
      The weather is horrible at the moment, isn’t it? I hope it later.

    • Complete the sentences using a word from List A and a word from List B. You need to use some words more than once.

      List A:
      away       ○      back       ○      forward       ○      on       ○      out       ○      up

      List B:
      at       ○      of       ○      to       ○      with
      • You’re walking too fast. I can’t keep you.
        My holidays are nearly over. Next week I’ll be work.
        We’ve nearly run money. We’ve got very little left.
        Martin isn’t very happy in his job because he doesn’t get his boss.
        I love to look the stars in the sky at night.
        Are you looking the party next week?
        There was a bank robbery last week. The robbers got 30,000 pounds.

      • Complete the sentences using one of these verbs (in the correct form) + ‘it’, ‘them’, ‘her’, ‘you’:

        cross out       ○      give away       ○      make up       ○      turn down (= refuse)       ○      fill in       ○      give back       ○      show round       ○      see off (= see somebody leave)
        • They gave me a form and told me to
          If you make a mistake on the form, just
          The story she told you wasn’t true. She
          I don’t like people who borrow things and don’t
          Katy is going to Australia tomorrow. I’m going to the airport to
          I had a lot of books that I didn’t want to keep, so I to a friend.
          Would you like to see the factory? Would you like me to
          Sue was offered a job as a translator but she

        • Complete the sentences. Use the word in brackets (‘away’, ‘up’ etc.) with one of the following:

          that box       ○      your cigarette       ○      a jacket       ○      the television       ○      a word       ○      it       ○      it       ○      them       ○      him
          • Don’t throw I want to keep it. (away)
            A: Do you want this box?
            B: No, you can throw (away)
            Shhh! The children are asleep. Don’t wake (up)
            We can turn Nobody is watching it. (off)
            or
            We can turn Nobody is watching it. (off)
            Tom got very angry and started shouting. I tried to calm (down)
            I tried in the shop but I didn’t buy it. (on)
            or
            I tried in the shop but I didn’t buy it. (on)
            Please put This is a no-smoking area. (out)
            or
            Please put This is a no-smoking area. (out)
            It was only a small fire. I was able to put quite easily. (out)
            You can look in a dictionary if you don’t know what it means. (up)
            or
            You can look in a dictionary if you don’t know what it means. (up)
            You’re doing very well. Keep (up)

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