What's the missing word? (The same word fits all the gaps) The answer is at the bottom of the page. a hard _____; to talk through your _____; to knock sth into a cocked _____; Answer: hat
Add the gerund or infinitive form of the verb in brackets. We had to stay indoors all day as it wouldn’t stop ____________ (rain). To get to the zoo from here you need ____________ (take) the number 10 bus and remember ____________ (get off) at the third stop. “Don’t forget ____________ (check) your essays before you … Continue reading Verb Patterns (2): Gerund or Infinitive? (Remember / Forget / Stop / Try / Need)
Are we still on for (8.30/Saturday/next week, etc)? Meaning: Are the plans we made to meet still in place? Situation 1 You've arranged to meet your friend Andy at the pub tonight at 8.30. However, it's been a few days since you spoke and you just want to confirm that Andy hasn't forgotten about it, especially … Continue reading Top Phrase #1: Are we still on for..?
What’s the missing word? (The same word fits all the gaps). The answer is at the bottom of the page. like a moth to a _____; to go up in _____s; an old _____; Answer: flame
Use the word in capitals to form a new word which fits the gap. 1. I don't know Bill very well. He's just a business ________. ACQUAINT 2. I wish they would stop arguing. It's driving me ________! SANE 3. Carol is usually very ________ but today for some reason she was very quiet. CHAT Answers acquaintance … Continue reading WORD FORMATION (27)
What’s the missing word? (The same word fits all the gaps). The answer is at the bottom of the page. to be like a ___ with two tails; love me, love my ___; to teach an old ___ new tricks; Answer: dog
What's the missing word? Answer at the bottom of the page. a _____ to cry on; you shouldn't drive on the hard _____; He broke his _____ blade; Answer: shoulder