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Phrasal verbs and idiomatic expressions with take : take part in take care of take time take a lot of doing take shape take advantage of take out of take it easy FIRST Reading Skills
Match phrasal verbs with take with meanings: 1.take awaya. resemble 2.take inb. subtract 3.take upc. return 4.take over d. occupy/accept an offer /start a hobby 5.take aftere. adapt youself to / form a liking for 6.take backf. remove / leave the ground 7.take offg. follow or understand 8.take toh. get control of FIRST Reading Skills
Phrasal verbs with set Match (two have a similar meaning) 1. set backa. leave 2. set outb. write 3. set downc. delay the progress of 4. set offd. establish 5. set upe. start and seem likely to 6. set in go on FIRST Reading Skills
Use one of the phrasal verbs with set to complete these sentences: set off set back set out set down set in set up 1. The blizzard …. our journey… a few hours. 2. We … on our journey with high hopes. 3. Why don’t you … your ideas… on paper? 4. What time did you…. for the station this morning? 5. The charity was …. a few years ago. 6. I think the rain has …. for the day! FIRST Reading Skills
Past simple and past continuous passive Rewrite these sentences using the sentence openers given. 1. The guide handed the receptionist the guests’ passports. The guests’ passports…. The guests’ passports were handed to the receptionist by the guide. The receptionist… The receptionist was handed the guests’ passports by the guide. FIRST Grammar Skills
2. They were showing the passengers a film on board. A film… A film was being shown to the passengers on board. The passengers… The passengers were being shown a film on board. FIRST Grammar Skills
3. The passengers gave the guide a tip at the end of the voyage. The guide … The guide was given a tip by the passengers at the end of the voyage. A tip … A tip was given to the guide by the passengers at the end of the voyage. FIRST Grammar Skills
4. They were giving the passengers questionnaires about the voyage to fill in. Questionnaires … Questionnaires about the voyage were being given to the passengers to fill in. The passengers … The passengers were being given questionnaires about the voyage to fill in. FIRST Grammar Skills
Decide in which sentence used to or would can be used. Why can would not be used in the other one? 1. Every winter, we.… go to the mountains. 2. This building …. be an old palace. FIRST Grammar Skills
Use used to or would to complete these sentences. In which sentences is it not possible to use would? 1. My grandparents …(live) in Australia. 2. Who … (go) to the cinema on a Saturday morning when they were a child? 3. You never … (drink) coffee! 4. The teacher … (give) us homework on a Friday afternoon. 5. There are far more cars on the roads than there …. (be). 6. What … (make) me happy was the long summer holiday. FIRST Grammar Skills
FIRST Use of English: key word transformations Let’s practice: 1. I am totally convinced that you’ll pass the exam. CHANCE In my opinion, there … your failing the exam. In my opinion, there is no chance of your failing the exam. 2. Not many people came to the wedding. NUMBER Only …. people came to the wedding. Only a few number of people came to the wedding. 3. I haven’t got any money left. RUN I … money. I have run out of money.
FIRST Use of English: key word transformations 4. The play was shorter than we had expected. LAST The play didn’t … we had expected. The play didn’t last as long as we had expected. 5. The twins described their experience to me in detail. DESCRIPTION The twins gave … their experience. The twins gave a detailed description of their experience. 6. The flooding led to the road being closed. RESULT The road had to ….. of the flooding. The road had to be closed as a result of the flooding.
FIRST Use of English: key word transformations 7. That contestant didn’t succeed in getting to the final round of the quiz show. TO That contestant didn’t … to the final round of the quiz show. That contestant didn’t manage to get to the final round of the quiz show. 8. Carol would rather not come to the beach with us today. FEEL Carol … to the beach with us today. Carol doesn’t feel like coming to the beach with us today. 9. You can go to the cinema but you must get a taxi home afterwards. LONG You can go to the cinema …. a taxi home afterwards. You can go to the cinema as long as you get a taxi home afterwards.