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Exercise 2 ^ Choose a word from the box to complete each prepositional phrase below

Example: His beliefs and his behavior are at odds.


1 Most students in the United States learn foreign languages when they are in high school. In ________, citizens of North Carolina begin their language training in elementary school.

2 We fell in love because we had a lot in __________.

3 The two Internet browsers are similar in many_________.

4 Her first novel was a bestseller; by ___________, her later books have been disappointing.

5 We have to believe the report: No one has found data to the __________.

6 Some of you might think these ideas are original. On the ___________, if you look at the writings of Aristotle, you will find the same claims.

7 It’s a hard decision to make. On the one _________, we like convenience. On the other ____________, we don’t want to pollute the air.

8 You might want to apply for that job. On the other ___________, you might not want to if you don’t like commuting long distances.

9 Children often imitate bad language they hear on the playground. In the same __________, they often mimic bad language they hear on television.

10 Democrats and Republicans are usually at ______.



common

comparison

contrary

contrast

hand


odds

way

ways



Exercise 3 Circle the preposition that correctly completes the sentence.
Example: I spoke ___________ them yesterday.

about over to


1 We should unite ___________ the other department.

about for with


2 Our friends rely ___________ us.

about on to


3 We disagreed ___________ our work benefits.

about for to


4 I have worked ___________ Chen for six years.

about to with


5 She spoke ___________ me yesterday.

about to over


Exercise 4 Fill in the blanks below with the correct verbs

Example: Point at the one you want.

1 I usually ___________ for clothes at the mall.

2 Did you ___________ at any new cars?

3 We didn’t have much time, so I could only ________

at the watches on sale.

4 If you don’t know where the store is, why don’t you ___________ for directions?

5 You can ___________ for your lost mittens in the

lost-and-found box.


ask

glance

look

search

shop




Exercise 5 Circle the prepositional phrase that correctly completes the sentence

Example: The clerk asked ___________.

at my credit card for my credit card


1 She pointed ___________.

at the price for the price


2 We were laughing ___________.

at the funny T-shirt for the funny T-shirt

3 I practically begged __________, but still no one would assist me.

at help for help


4 The number of books amazed him. He could only stare _________.

at them for them


Exercise 6 Fill in the blanks below with the correct verbs

Example: Should I ask out your friend?


1 Did you ___________ out last night?

2 Let’s ____________ her over.

3 Do you _____________ like playing tennis?

4 When will you ____________ me up?

5 If you don’t like him, why don’t you _________ up?

ask

break

feel

go

pick


Exercise 7 Choose a word from the box to complete each prepositional phrase below

Example: They have been in low spirits since their grandfather became ill.


1 I’m feeling under the ___________, so I won’t be in the office today.

2 Louise is very thin because she’s always on a ___________.

3 He hasn’t been in good ____________ for a long time.

4 Why are you in such low____________?

5 I was in so much ____________that I couldn’t sleep.

6 In order to get in ____________, he started to exercise.

7 I’m on __________ for a sore throat, but it makes me dizzy.

8 She had just run three miles, so she was out of___________.

9 Her daughter has been in ___________ for two years.

10 I wasn’t sure I would recover, but I’m on the __________ now.

breath

diet

health

medication

the mend

pain

shape

spirits

therapy

weather


Exercise 8 Fill in the blanks below with the correct verbs

Example: We agree with you.


1 Did you ___________ about the work assignments.

2 I’ll ____________ to you tomorrow.

3 He can ___________on the machine at 10:00.

4 My coworkers ____________on me.

5 They’ll ___________ against management.

argue

depend

side

talk

work


Exercise 9 Circle the particle that correctly completes the sentence

Example: How long have you been going ________ her?

for with up

1 I’ll call you ________ on the weekend.

out for up


2 My brother really fell ________ her.

for up like


3 Have they made _________ yet?

with over up


4 Do you feel _________ having ice cream?

like up out

5 My good friend asked my old roommate ________.

out with up


Exercise 10 Fill in the blanks below with the correct verbs

Example: Did your car break down on the freeway?


1 We don’t have a lot of money, but we’ll _________ by.

2 It’s getting late. We should ____________ in.

3 I forgot my alarm clock. How will I ___________up?

4 ___________ up your suitcase.

5 I’ll ___________ back late, so don’t wait for me.


check

get

pack

wake


Exercise 11 Circle the particle that correctly completes the sentence


Example: What time did you wake __________?

down up on


1 The plane is taking _________ right now.

off up on


2 We need to gas __________ the car.

out in up


3 What time did you check __________?

out up on


4 Did the tour tire you __________?

into out on


5 How long does it take to fuel the bus __________?

into on up


Exercise 12 Fill in the blanks below with the correct verbs

Example: Children grow up fast.


1 When do you think you’ll ____________ from your son?

2 You __________ after your uncle.

3 I’ll ___________ after the children today.

4 Do your sons ___________ along?

5 What profession did your daughter ___________up?


get

hear

look

take


Exercise 13 Circle the particle that correctly completes the sentence

Example: My grandparents brought me ________.

from with up


1 Her little boy grew ________ a man.

into for up


2 She handed ________ her stamp collection to her niece.

away up down


3 His great aunt passed ________ last month.

from away up

4 I grew ________ in South Dakota.

like up out


5 We haven’t heard ________ our aunt for a long time.

from down up

Exercise 14 Fill in the blanks below with the correct verbs

Example: Did they call off the soccer match?


1 It’s hot now, but it should ___________ off tonight.

2 The rain __________ up, and the sun came out.

3 It’s very sunny out, so you should _________ on a sun hat.

4 Good weather ___________ in. I hope it stays.

5 It’s cold out. Go inside and ____________up.

cool

let

put

set

warm



Exercise 15 Circle the particle that correctly completes the sentence

Example: The sky should clear _______ today.

in up on


1 I dried _______ by sitting in the sun.

in off on


2 The sky clouded _______ this afternoon.

on off up


3 I took _______ my gloves, so I could write a note.

off on up


4 They called school _______ because of the snow.

in on off


5 Let’s cool _______ with a cold glass of lemonade.

off on in


Exercise 16 Complete the complaints below using the form “When is it going to ... ?” ^ Choose a verb from the list. Supply the correct particles.

Example: My flowers need rain.

When is it going to cloud up?


1 It’s too muddy to go for a walk. ______________________________________________

2 It’s been raining hard for hours. ______________________________________________

3 It has been a cold spring. ______________________________________________

4 I’ll die in this heat. ______________________________________________

5 It has been cloudy since Monday. ____________________________________________

clear

cloud

cool

dry

let

warm



Exercise 17 Fill in the blanks below with the correct verbs

Example: He’ll cook up something from his country.


1 Are you leaving? I’ll ____________ you off.

2 ____________ out your favorite flavor of ice cream for dessert.

3 You should ___________ up his address in the company directory.

4 I didn’t __________ to my homework, because I went to the party.

5 How did the dinner ____________ over?

get

go

look

pick

see




Exercise 18 Circle the particle that correctly completes the sentence

Example: Should I mix _______ some drinks?

away out up


1 Clear that _______. I need some room.

on away in


2 The children ate _______ all the rolls.

over up out


3 Let’s have guests ________.

to over off


4 Dinner’s ready, so we should dish it ________.

off up away


5 Have you picked ________ something to wear?

off out up


Exercise 19 Fill in the blanks below with the correct verbs

Example: Someone should open up a bakery in this town.

1 He’s dependable, so your agreement shouldn’t ________ through.

2 I _________ off my bills.

3 The business wasn’t making money, so they _________ it down.

4 Let’s _________ up all the stock before the price goes up.

5 They must _________ off the entire inventory.

buy

fall

pay

sell

shut



Exercise 20 Circle the particle that correctly completes the sentence

Example: Did you add ________ our profits for the year?

in through up


1 I didn’t figure _________ a raise for next year’s budget.

in off down


2 They will lay _________ fifteen employees next week.

off up down


3 My older brother bailed me _________.

through out up


4 I opened _________ the office early yesterday.

down up in


5 Our offer fell _________.

off through down


Exercise 21 Choose a compound noun from the list; then change it to a verb phrase to complete the sentences below


bailout layoff

payoff selloff

shutdown

Example: The company needed to lay off a thousand workers.


1 Do you think the government should ___________ corporations that run out of money?

2 GWM Industries wanted to ___________ seventy employees.

3 We are going to ____________ those loans by the end of the year.

4 The government ordered the plant to ____________ because it was not safe.

5 They will ___________ the inventory and use the profit to buy new machinery.


Exercise 22 Fill in the blanks below with the correct verbs

Example: Did you brush up on your algebra?


1 Who should __________ in for the teacher when she is absent?

2 I ___________ forward to my new job.

3 You can’t ___________ out of that commitment.

4 She must ___________ up with current thought.

5 Did you ___________ up with a plan?

come

fill

get

keep

look



Exercise 23 Circle the particle that correctly completes the sentence

Example: Her work didn’t come _______ to our standard of excellence.

up along to


1 I should study _______ on verb conjugation before I take the language test.

in up with


2 They get _______ with everyone.

about along for


3 The medical student brushed _______ on anatomy before taking his exam.

in for up

4 He gets _______ of doing his work by lying.

out for along


5 Can you fill _______ for me tomorrow?

in to over


^
X One aspect of vocabulary is your knowledge of PREFIXES


1 How many wheels does a tricycle have?

a) one

b) two

c) three

d) four


2 This is unimportant.

a) It is very important

b) It is not important

c) It is extremely important

d) It is really important


3 The mayor of my hometown is __________ because of some bad decisions he made last year.

a) impopular

b) nonpopular

c) inpopular

d) unpopular


4 I want you to write your paragraph again. I want you to ______ it.

a) unwrite

b) biwrite

c) rewrite

d) antiwrite


5 Draw half of a circle on your paper. Draw a __________.

a) circle

b) hemicircle

c) semicircle

d) demicircle


6 I’m allergic to cigarette smoke, so I have to sit in the __________ section of the restaurant.

a) nonsmoking

b) unsmoking

c) antismoking

d) imsmoking


7 This is not a little store. It is a huge ___________.

a) supermarket

b) intermarket

c) contramarket

d) minimarket



8 A navy vessel designed to function under the water is a ________.

a) boat

b) submarine

c) aircraft carrier

d) ferry


9 A piece of equipment designed to help you see things that are far away is a ___________.

a) microscope

b) stethoscope

c) telescope

d) horoscope


10 A fast boat that can move quickly across the surface of water is a __________.

a) monoboat

b) hydroplane

c) submarine

d) maximum


11 I cannot memorize all of the ___________ verbs.

a) unregular

b) imregular

c) irregular

d) ilregular


12 His answers were ____________.

a) incorrect

b) uncorrect

c) noncorrect

d) imcorrect


13 He speaks many languages. He is ___________.

a) monolingual

b) bilingual

c) nonlingual

d) multilingual


14 He is a ___________ person.

a) dishonest

b) unhonest

c) nonhonest

d) mishonest


15 An octagon has ___________ sides.

a) six

b) seven

c) eight

d) nine


16 That scale model is very small. It is a ____________.

a) miniature

b) microture

c) mesature

d) sinecure


17 He wrote his own biography. It is ___________.

a) an autobiography

b) a self-biography

c) a unibiography

d) an owner-biography


18 All of these questions are closely related to each other. They are __________.

a) extrarelated

b) more related

c) interrelated

d) quasirelated

^ XI We learn hundreds of PHRASAL VERBS

You have to learn as many of them as you can


1 We will have to cancel the picnic.

a) call up

b) call in

c) call in

d) call off


2 We will not put off the soccer game.

a) cancel

b) postpone

c) publicize

d) attend


3 Can you lift that chair by yourself?

a) pick up

b) pick out

c) pick on

d) pick off


4 The meeting will wind up at 09.30.

a) start

b) begin

c) commence

d) end


5 He has trouble explaining his ideas to his students.

a) getting out

b) getting across

c) getting up

d) getting in


6 Can you make up a good question about German history?

a) create

b) answer

c) remember

d) read


7 I’m saving a little money each month to buy a new color TV.

a) putting out

b) putting off

c) putting up

d) putting aside


8 He was raised by his grandmother in Florida.

a) done over

b) taken out

c) brought up

d) come to


9 He vomited after drinking too much warm Pepsi.

a) threw out

b) threw up

c) threw away

d)threw in


10 Be careful!

a) Watch over!

b) Watch out!

c) Watch in!

d) Watch through!


11 We had to summon an expert to solve our problem.

a) call in

b) call out

c) call down

d) call back

12 The bomb exploded in the rear of the bus.

a) blew out

b) blew up

c) blew off

d) blew away


13 Despite the heavy rain, the plane took off after only a short delay.

a) landed

b) crashed

c) arrived

d) departed


14 I want you to hand in your papers now.

a) submit

b) correct

c) give out

d) redo


15 Can you create a good sentence in the passive voice?

a) make out

b) make over

c) make up

d) make through


16 It’s time to submit your papers to the teacher.

a) hand in

b) hand out

c) hand over

d) hand around


17 The alarm bell sounded during the middle of the ECL.

a) came to

b) went off

c) did over

d) took apart


18 The total bill __________ $323.43.

a) came to

b) took over

c) picked through

d) went out


19 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: wear (clothing)

a) try on

b) fill out

c) hand in

d) have on

e) turn on


20 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: choose, select

a) pick out

b) hand out

c) look for

d) put on

e) pick up


21 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: be quiet

a) get off

b) shut off

c) shut up

d) turn off

e) call on


22. Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: telephone

a) hang up

b) put away

c) clean up

d) call up

e) grow up



23 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: awake, rise

a) go over

b) find out

c) tear up

d) throw out

e) get up


24 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: review, check for mistakes

a) take back

b) give up

c) leave out

d) look over

e) run out of





25 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: vomit, become sick

a) drop by

b) put back

c) figure out

d) turn in

e) throw up


26 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: stop doing something

a) take off

b) throw away

c) use up

d) cut out

e) call back


27 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: return

a) bring up

b) do over

c) give back

d) turn in

e) run into


28 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: meet (by accident or chance)

a) run into

b) look up

c) take back

d) blow up

e) do over


29 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: mention, start to talk about

a) bring up

b) get back

c) look over

d) call off

e) pass out


30 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: cancel, decide not to do something

a) throw up

b) pass out

c) call off

d) get over

e) give back




31 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: pay an informal visit

a) drop in on

b) call in

c) keep up

d) take out

e) keep up with




32 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: to result, to become

a) turn out

b) drop in on

c) put out

d) turn up

e) keep out


33 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: create, invent

a) look after

b) try out

c) make up

d) look out for

e) take up





34 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: disappoint

a) blow out

b) keep-out

c) kick out

d) let down

e) turn down





35 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: make (someone) happy

a) call in

b) think over

c) put off

d) come across

e) cheer up





36 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: escape

a) kick out

b) cheer up

c) look like

d) get out of

e) take up





37 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: resemble, seem

a) check out

b) get out of

c) keep up with

d) look like

e) take out





38 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: refuse, reject

a) put out

b) turn up

c) turn down

d) check out

e) look out for





39 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: delay, postpone

a) blow out

b) keep out

c) let down

d) put off

e) turn out

40 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: consider, decide

a) come across

b) make up

c) look after

d) try out

e) think over





41 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: to find by chance or accident

a) run across

b) come to

c) get in

d) name after

e) talk back to





42 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: invite

a) ask out

b) get along with

c) take over

d) bring about

e) take after





43 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: examine, investigate

a) talk over

b) put up with

c) check into

d) wait on

e) show up





44 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: die

a) drop off

b) get through

c) drop out

d) pass away

e) get on





45 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: discuss

a) look into

b) point out

c) catch up with

d) get in

e) talk over





46 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: resemble, be like someone else

a) catch up with

b) get along with

c) name after

d) take after

e) come to


47. Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: quit

a) talk back to

b) tear down

c) drop out

d) get through

e) ask out




48 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: cause, make happen

a) bring about

b) take over

c) look into

d) get by

e) put up with





49 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: appear, arrive

a) show up

b) check into

c) wait on

d) point out

e) run across





50 Choose the phrasal verb most similar in meaning to: destroy

a) ask out

b) drop off

c) tear down

d) pass away

e) get on






^ XII We have thousands of common IDIOMS. You must learn as many as possible, so you can figure out what they mean in context


1 Computer #5 is on the blink.

a) It’s on the desk.

b) It’s on sale.

c) It’s not working.




d) It has been cleaned.











2 A million bucks is just chickenfeed to him.

a) That’s a lot of money to him.

b) That is more money than he will ever see or earn.

c) That is too much money to pay for anything.

d) That amount of money is insignificant to him.


3 He’s still a little wet behind the ears.

a) He is still sleepy.

b) He just got married.

c) He is starving.

d) He doesn’t have much experience.

4 I’m broke.

a) I don’t have any money.

b) My body really hurts.

c) I am very happy.

d) I am very tired.

5 Don’t count your chickens before they hatch.

a Don’t try to order chicken in the restaurant.

b Don’t assume you will have something until you actually have it.

c Don’t tell people you did something if you didn’t do it.

d Don’t tell lies to your friends and relatives.


6 Don’t cry over spilled milk.

a Don’t worry about things from the past.

b Don’t argue with the teacher about grammar.

c Don’t punish your children when they do bad things.

d Don’t purchase milk from the store if it is bad.


7 That’s all just water under the bridge.

a) Forget about it.

b) You need to revive an old argument.

c) Don’t go swimming.

d) You must finish all previous jobs.


8 The next ECL will be a piece of cake.

a) It will be very difficult.

b) It will be very easy.

c) Dessert is more important than meat.

d) The ECL is not important to us.


9 He’s gotten too big for his britches.

a) He needs some new clothes.

b) He should take them to the tailor.

c) Someone should cut him down to size.

d) We should congratulate him.


10 Mr. Williams has a short fuse today.

a) He doesn’t have much money.

b) He feels very sick.

c) He’s extremely happy.

d) He has a quick temper.



^ VERBAL IDIOMS


A verbal idiom is a group of words, containing a verb that has a meaning different from the meaning of any individual word within it. The following list of two- and three-word verbal idioms should be teamed.


BREAK OFF - end. As a result of the recent, unprovoked attack, the two countries broke off their diplomatic relations.

BRING UP - raise, initiate. The county commissioner brought up the heated issue of restricting on-street parking.

CALL ON (a) - ask. The teacher called on James to write the equation on the blackboard, (b) - visit. The new minister called on each of the families of his church in order to become better acquainted with them.

CARE FOR (a) - like. Because Marita doesn’t care for dark colors, she buys only brightly colored clothes, (b) - look after. My neighbors asked me to care for their children after school.

^ CHECK OUT (a) - borrow books, etc., from a library. I went to the library and checked out thirty books last night for my research paper, (b) - investigate. This photocopy machine is not working properly. Could you check out the problem?

^ CHECK OUT OF - leave. We were told that we had to check out of the hotel before one o’clock, or else we would have to pay for another day.

CHECK (UP) ON - investigate. The insurance company decided to check up on his driving record before insuring him.

^ CLOSE IN ON - draw nearer, approach. In his hallucinatory state, the addict felt that the walls were closing in on him.

COME ALONG WITH - accompany. June came along with her supervisor to the budget meeting.

COME DOWN WITH - become ill with. During the summer, many people come down with intestinal disorders.

COUNT ON - depend on, rely on. Maria was counting on the grant money to pay her way through graduate school.

DO AWAY WITH - eliminate, get rid of. Because of the increasing number of problems created after the football games, the director has decided to do away with all sports activities.

DRAW UP - write, draft (such as plans or contracts). A new advertising contract was drawn up after the terms had been decided.

DROP OUT OF - quit, withdraw from. This organization has done a great deal to prevent young people from dropping out of school.

^ FIGURE OUT - solve, decipher, interpret, understand. After fail­ing to figure out his income tax return, Hal decided to see an accountant.

FIND OUT - discover. Erin just found out that her ancestors had come from Scotland, not Ireland.

GET BY - manage to survive. Despite the high cost of living, we will get by on my salary.

^ GET THROUGH (a) - finish. Jerry called for an earlier appoint­ment because he got through with his project sooner than he had expected, (b) - manage to communicate. It is difficult to get through to someone who doesn't understand your language.

GET UP (a) - arise. Pete usually gets up early in the morning, but this morning he overslept, (b) - organize. Paul is trying to get up a group of square dancers to go to Switzerland.

GIVE UP - stop, cease. Helen gave up working for the company because she felt that the employees were not treated fairly.

^ GO ALONG WITH - agree. Mr Robbins always goes along with anything his employer wants to do.

HOLD ON TO - grasp, maintain. Despite moving to the Western world, Mariko held on to her Oriental ways.

HOLD UP (a) - rob at gunpoint. The convenience store was held up last night, (b) - endure or withstand pressure or use. Mrs. Jones held up very well after her husband’s death, (c) - stop. Last night’s accident held up rush hour traffic for two hours.

KEEP ON - continue. I keep on urging Rita to practice the violin, but she doesn’t heed my advice.

^ LOOK AFTER - care for. After my aunt had died, her lawyer looked after my uncle’s financial affairs.

LOOK INTO - investigate. Lynnette is looking into the possibility of opening a drugstore in Dallas as well as in Fort Worth.

^ PASS OUT/HAND OUT - distribute. The political candidate passed out campaign literature to her coworkers.

PASS OUT - faint. The intense heat in the garden caused Maria to pass out.

PICK OUT - select, choose. The judges were asked to pick out the essays that showed the most originality.

^ POINT OUT - indicate. Being a professional writer, Janos helped us by pointing out problems in style.

PUT OFF - postpone. Because Brian was a poor correspondent, he put off answering his letters.

^ RUN ACROSS - discover. While rummaging through some old boxes in the attic, I ran across my grandmother’s wedding dress.

RUN INTO - meet by accident. When Jack was in New York, he ran into an old friend at the theater.

^ SEE ABOUT - consider, attend to. My neighbor is going to see about getting tickets for next Saturday’s football game.

TAKE OFF - leave the ground to fly. Our flight to Toronto took off on schedule.

TAKE OVER FOR - substitute for. Marie had a class this afternoon, so Janet took over for her.

TALK OVER - discuss. The committee is talking over the plans for the homecoming dance and banquet.

TRY OUT (a) - test. General Mills asked us to try out their new product, (b) - audition for a play. Marguerite plans to try out for the lead in the new musical.

TURN IN (a) - submit. The students turned in their term papers on Monday, (b) - go to bed. After a long hard day, we decided to turn in early.

^ WATCH OUT FOR - be cautious or alert. While driving through that development, we had to watch out for the little children playing in the street.


Exercise 1 Verbal Idioms. Change the underlined words to incorporate two- and three-word verbs. Make all necessary tense changes

Example: The senator raised the question of the treaty negotiations.

The senator brought up the question of the treaty negotiations.

1 Louis doesn’t like peas unless they're mixed in with something else.

2 Because of the shortage of funds, we will have to eliminate all extracurricular activities.

3 Many teenagers quit school before graduation and regret it later.

4 Mike and Mary Ellen will be very happy when they finish writing their book.

5 Marsha was so upset by her fiance’s disloyalty that she ended their engagement.

6 The local convenience store was robbed last night and $225 was taken.

7 Thomas Jefferson was one of the men responsible for writing the Declaration of Independence.

8 I am trying to interpret this writing, but it is not easy.

9 Continue driving at 55 miles per hour if you want to save gasoline and prevent accidents.

10 Mrs. Davis asked me to serve as chairman of the entertainment committee.

11 Pete promised to stop smoking immediately.

12 The police are approaching the robbers’ hideout.

13 Maria Elena will take care of the neighbors’ children while they attend the school meeting.

14 Joey became ill with the measles just before his scout troop went to camp.

15 Mrs. Lastinger will substitute for the history teacher who is out of town. 16. The mountain climbers grasped the rope tightly to avoid falling.

17 We plan to investigate the possibility of spending a week at the seashore.

18 My mother distributed candy to the children last Halloween.

19 The manager said we had to leave the motel no later than noon.

20 Mike just discovered that his passport had expired three months previously.

21 When buying apples, remember to select only the firm, red ones.

22 We were counting on a raise in pay, but we’ll have to manage without it.

23 Rita will accompany her sister to the Skating Palace on Saturday night.

24 The tour guide indicated the historical monuments of the city.

25 I knew I could rely on them to get the job done.

26 The dance had to be postponed because of the bad weather.

27 I accidentally met an old friend in the shopping center last week.

28 The manager said he would consider hiring another secretary to take care of the backlog of work.

29 Last night Mr. Robbins raised the issue of student parking on city streets.

30 Henry was so upset at the sight of his injured daughter that he fainted.

31 Before making a decision on the project, the board of directors decided to discuss the matter.

32 Procter and Gamble is testing a new product and has sent everyone a sample.

33 All budget proposals had to be submitted by last Friday.

34 What time did you awaken this morning?

35 Be careful of speeding cars when you cross the street.


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