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Complete the conversation between Laura and her friend Olivia. Put in after, at, for and into.
Laura: Did you say you were looking for an au pair?
Olivia: Yes, I was just looking this advertisement. We need someone to look our children.
Laura: Do you have to pay an au pair?
Olivia: I’m not sure. I’ll have to look how it all works.
This is part of a letter that Melanie has received from an old friend. Put in these verbs and add a preposition after each one: agree, applied, ask, care, caring, concentrate, decided, pay, suffering
I’m working in a hospital now. I applied for a nurse’s job last July and started in August. I don’t earn much money, and I even had to my uniform out of my own money. Perhaps I should a pay rise. But I don’t really the money. The work is the important thing. Of course it’s very hard work the patients, and at the moment I’m backache. But 1 knew it would be like this when I a career in nursing. I just try to forget all the problems and the job. I think it’s a worthwhile thing to do, and I’m sure you me.
Put in the verbs and add a preposition if necessary.
Mark and Sarah had accepted an invitation to Mike and Harriet’s party. Sarah had to stay late at work to see to (see) one or two things. Her boss really (relies) her. It’s usually Sarah who (deals) all the little problems. Sarah didn’t really (feel) going to a party but thought she ought to keep Mark company. She decided to go straight to the party instead of going home first. She (reached) the house just after nine. Mark was sitting in his car outside waiting for her. He was (listening) the radio. Sarah (apologized) being late. At the party Mark talked to a strange woman who (believed) ghosts. Sarah met a man who kept (laughing) his own jokes. She managed to get away from him but couldn’t avoid a woman who wanted to (discuss) house prices. Mark and Sarah (left) the party early and drove home feeling exhausted.
Complete the conversation. Put in about, of or to.
David: Did you hear about my experience at the Quick Burger café?
Harriet: No. And I’ve never heard of the Quick Burger café.
David: Oh, it’s near the station. I was just talking Melanie about it. They took at least twenty minutes to bring me a burger. I don’t call that quick. I complained the waitress, and she poured a can of cola over me.
Harriet: Really? She must have had a bad day.
David: The manager wasn’t there, so I’ve written him to complain the service. It was terrible. I wouldn’t go there if I were you.
Harriet: I wouldn’t dream going there. I hate those burger places.