Choose the correct alternative in brackets.
- You don’t need to take a taxi to the airport. I can give you a _____. (lift, raise, shout)
- I’m not sure I’d be very good at salsa dancing but I’d like to give it a _____. (miss, shout, whirl)
- Belinda’s going to give her boyfriend the _____ . She’s fed up with him flirting with everybody. (boot, coat, shoe)
- “Are you coming with us to the cinema tonight?
– “Sorry but I’m going to give it a _____. I’m very tired.” (break, miss, whirl)
- I think Rachel’s upset with me. She’s been giving me the cold _____ all day. (arm, neck, shoulder)
- I’d give my right _____ to go back to Costa Rica. We had a wonderful holiday there.(arm, eye, leg)
- When I find out what time the party starts I’ll give you a _____. (bell, drum, flute)
- My back’s been giving me _____ all day. I’m going to go and lie down. (boot, hell, troubles)