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A. KHARIF


1          Match the phrasal verbs with the definitions.

                   put away                         look through                     pick up                            drop out                             get along / on (with)
                   take over                        put on                                 take to                             break down                       come across
                   get over                          call on                                set off                              figure out                           take off


1    ...............:      collapse                                                                      9    ...............:   collect somebody/something/learn a language
2    ...............:      pay someone a visit                                                 10  ...............:   arrange something
3    ...............:      find by accident                                                        11  ...............:   wear/get dressed
4    ...............:      abandon                                                                     12  ...............:   begin a journey, depart
5    ...............:      understand                                                                13  ...............:   replace someone
6    ...............:      have a good relationship with someone             14  ...............:   form a liking for somebody
7    ...............:      recuperate/get better                                               15  ...............:   remove an item of clothing
8    ...............:      ignore someone/pretend not to see someone

2          Now fill in each blank with the appropriate phrasal verb from the list above.

1          I’ll ___________ you _______ at your house at 7.00 and we’ll go to the disco. Make sure you’re all ready.
2          I can’t __________ _______ why he quit his job even though it was an excellent one.
3          I was tidying out the attic the other day, and I __________ ______ some old photographs of when I was a baby.
4          I’m going to bed. We need to _______ ___ at about 7.00 tomorrow morning so that we’re at the airport by 8.00.
5          Let’s ___________ _______ John and Mary and ask them if they want to join us.
6          Jean ___________ _______ Paul as soon as they met. They never separated after that.
7          You must be as blind as a bat. I was standing ten metres away, and you ___________ straight _______ me.
8          My parents and I don’t always ___________ _______ very well _______ each other.
9          Jane went to Oxford University to study archaeology last year; but she ___________ ___ after just one term.
10        My father is going to _______ ___ the London office of his newspaper because the manager has been taken ill.
11        I think it’s time to ___________ _______ my books and go to bed.
12        He was disappointed at not getting the job, but he’ll ___________ _______ it.
13        He ___________ _______ his coat, took his gloves and left.
14        Why don’t you ___________ _______ your jacket? It’s very hot, isn’t it?
15        The family structure ___________ _______ when children no longer respect and honour their parents.

3          Put the following sentences into the passive beginning with the underlined words or expressions.

1       We can’t repair your clock.                                                  7       Candidates didn't use dictionaries.
2       We don't exchange articles.                                                8       She had not typed the letter.
3       It's probable that they will pick the fruit very early.          9       They are sure to cross out ‘13’ and write ‘12A’ underneath.
4       The police shouldn’t allow people to park there.            10     You mustn’t move this man.
5       They are watching my house.                                            11     You’ll have found a new job.
6       I wish they read the passage slowly.                                 12     If only they had searched his house.

4          Rewrite the following sentences using the correct relative pronoun.

1          People aren’t trusted. They tell lies.
2          The car was Jim’s. It went into the ditch.
3          The film made Mary cry. Its title was ‘The Victors’.
4          The ship was carrying a cargo of buses. It sank.
5          The girl’s an air hostess. Her name is May Louise.
6          The man knows a lot about roses. He does my garden.
7          The man was the hotel manager. He put up that notice.
8          The assistant is off duty now. She served you before.
9          The man’s a company director. He arranged the meeting.
10        The plane had come from New York. It had just arrived.
11        The woman’s married to an architect. Her house is opposite the bank.

5          Rewrite the following sentences using the correct relative pronoun and commas if necessary.

1          My husband sent me this postcard. He is on a business trip to Rome all this week.
2          The person didn't know what he was talking about. He told you that story.
3          The driver will move the vehicle. Its registration number is PXB2140.
4          The author Barbara Branwell will be giving a lecture at the public library tomorrow. Her latest novel has already sold over a million copies
5          The person is my cousin. You got that information from that person.
6          The play Cowards had a successful season on Broadway. The play opens at the Globe soon.
7          Cowards is the name of the play. It ran for over two years.
8          The thing is that I'll never have to ask for your help again. That thing pleases me most.
9          The manager has refunded part of our bill. I complained to the manager about the service.
10        Sally West has been killed in a car accident. Her work for the deaf made her famous.
11        We found it impossible to cross the river. It had flooded after the storm.
12        I have just learned that the engine part is no longer made. I need it.

6          Fill out each dotted blank (…..) with the right article, and the lined one (__) with a preposition (at, on or in) if necessary.

1          Jack has gone away. He'll be back ____ …… week.
2          A          We're having …… party ____ Saturday. Can you come?
             B          Sorry, I don’t like …… parties.
3          I've got …… interview ____ next week. It's ____ 9.30 ____ Tuesday morning.
4          Sue isn't usually here ____ the weekend. She goes away.
5          …… train service is very good here. …… trains are nearly always ____ time.
6          It was …… confusing situation. Many things were happening ____ …… same time.
7          I couldn't decide whether or not to buy …… sweater ____ …… end I decided not to.
8          …… roads are usually busy all the time, even ____ night.
9          I was woken up by …… loud noise ____ …… night.
10        Ann's birthday is ____ …… end of March. I'm not sure exactly which day it is.
11        We've got some friends staying with us ____ …… moment.
12        If you're interested in applying for …… job, your application must be received ____ Friday.

7          Rewrite these sentences using in order that or so that making any necessary changes.

1          I took twenty driving lessons to pass my driving test first time.
             ………………............................................................................................................................................................
2          I arrived at the cinema early so as not to miss the beginning of the film.
             ………………............................................................................................................................................................
3          We stood up in order to get a better view of the scene.
             ………………............................................................................................................................................................
4          Mr Jones bought a second car for his wife to learn to drive.
             ………………............................................................................................................................................................
5          I spoke slowly and clearly because I wanted the audience to understand me.
             ………………............................................................................................................................................................

8          In this free-completion exercise, you should add to the sentence given a clause or phrase beginning with the conjunction or phrase shown.

1       Anne's always late for class.                            and so                   2       Peter had an accident.                          although
                                                                                        however                                                                                           and as a result
                                                                                        besides                                                                                             because

3       Philip stayed at home.                                       even though         4       Tom plays tennis on Fridays.              although
                                                                                        whereas                                                                                           if
                                                                                        therefore                                                                                          unless

5       Sally's bought a washing-machine.                so that                   6       Mary wears a mini-skirt.                       in spite of
                                                                                        and also                                                                                           consequently
                                                                                        and that's why                                                                                 because

7       John went to Paris.                                             nevertheless        8       Jane teaches English.                          therefore
                                                                                        for                                                                                                      instead of
                                                                                        in order to                                                                                         whenever

9       Bob must learn English.                                    otherwise              10     Jim will attend the conference.           whether or not
                                                                                        because of                                                                                       despite
                                                                                        however                                                                                           and in addition