Choose the correct alternative in brackets.
- “I just can’t get the lid of this jar. It seems to be stuck.” – “Here, let me take a _____ at it.” (stab, stand, steal)
- “Do you want to join us for a coffee?” – “Sorry, I’ll have to take a _____ check. Maybe tomorrow?” (moon, rain, sun)
- I think Enrique has taken a _____ to Megan. He can’t take his eyes off her. (fancy, heart, like)
- “Come to the cinema with us. It’ll take your _____ off your problems for a while.” (brain, head, mind)
- Richard exaggerates quite a bit so I’d take what he says with a _____ of salt, if I were you. (pinch, spoon, taste)
- In the end Michael decided to take the _____ and move to Australia. (biscuit, plunge, sky)
- Are you peckish? There’s chocolate cake, doughnuts, banana nut muffins… Take your _____. (choosing, election, pick)