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Put in these words: away from, down on, in from, out into, through to, up at, up onto
►To reach the light bulb, Trevor had to get up onto the table.
1- Nick hurt himself when he was skating. He fell the ice.
2- It was a very long tunnel, but we finally came the sunshine.
3- Wondering if it was going to rain, Vicky looked the clouds.
4- People were running the gunman as fast as they could.
5- I’m trying to phone my secretary, but I can’t get the office.
6- When I’ve come the cold, I just want to sit by the fire.
Put in a verb + adverb + preposition which means the same as the expression in brackets.
►I’m afraid this product doesn’t live up to (be as good as) the claims made in the advertisement.
1- I’ll just call at the garage. I don’t want to (have none left) petrol.
2- If you want a catalogue, I’ll (write to ask for) one.
3- We’d better (be careful about) sheep in the road.
4- I (think ahead with pleasure about) seeing you again soon, Emma.
5- The teacher was dictating so fast we couldn’t (go as fast as) her.
6- Why should we have to (tolerate) this awful noise?
7- It’s half past twelve. I’d better (start) making lunch.
8- Do you think the committee will (change) their earlier decision?
9- There was a problem with the cheque, so I decided to (contact) my bank immediately.
10- I always like to (enter) quiz competitions.
11- I’m trying to (reduce) the amount of coffee I drink.
12- I might lose my job. And I haven’t got any savings to (use if necessary).
13- I’ve been meaning to reply to Rachel’s letter, but I haven’t managed to (find the right time for) it yet.
14- An apology alone cannot (compensate for) all the inconvenience.
What might you say in these situations? Use the words in brackets.
►You’re tired. You can’t go jogging. (don’t feel up)
I don’t feel up to jogging.
1- You like Melanie. The two of you are very friendly. (I get)
2- You might go and see David. It would be a short visit. (might drop)
3- You don’t mind what you do. You’ll do the same as everyone else. (I’ll fit)
4- You are too slow. Matthew is too far ahead of you. (can’t catch up)
5- The sunny weather is nice. Last week was terrible. (is making up)