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Intermediate English, Lesson 12. Answers

  • May 23, 2016
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Intermediate English, Lesson 12. Grammar

Intermediate English, Lesson 12. Homework

Insert the needed preposition:

  • Good morning! Stand __.
  • Come __, come __ with me.
  • Are you looking __ the weekend?
  • What do you think __ it?
  • I hate you! Go __!
  • Come in. You are welcome.
  • Once again your car broke __. Shouldn’t you repair the car at the station?
  • I will be __! In a new episode.
  • Bye! Come over and see us sometime!
  • Look __ the newspaper. Something wrong is going on in the city.
  • Watch __! You are in danger!
  • David circled __ the girl at the party, waiting for a chance to talk to her.

PhrasalsCorrect the mistakes:

  • Stand through! The class will start.
  • Come out! You’re welcome.
  • Follow me over the street. I will go first.
  • Calm up. There is nothing to worry about.
  • Will you come about in one hour?
  • What do you think forward this news?
  • Turn the lights up, please.
  • Think along my proposition.
  • Go off your grammar.
  • John circled out the girl at the party, unfortunately, without success.
  • Look round the chapter. I think there’s something useful for you.
  • Throw around your old papers.

Match the beginnings and endings:

a)

  • The news got
  • He tries to
  • She will come
  • The car broke
  • I am looking
  • Fill
  • Turn the lights off,
  • Take off your coat;
  • Look out!
  • We need to go
  • Think over
  • She promised
  • I want to

b)

  • about that John and Sheila had got married.
  • get along with her, but without success.
  • give up drinking Cola.
  • back after her holiday in Spain, won’t she?
  • down because of you!
  • to come round.
  • it is warm inside.
  • forward Friday.
  • in these papers, please.
  • over our expenses once again.
  • what your friend told you.
  • it is not dark.
  • You will fall down!

Intermediate English, Lesson 12. Answers

12Insert the needed preposition: 

  • Good morning! Stand up.
  • Come along, come along with me.
  • Are you looking forward to the weekend?
  • What do you think about it?
  • I hate you! Go away!
  • Come in. You are welcome.
  • Once again your car has broken down. Shouldn’t you get it repaired?
  • I will be back in a new episode.
  • Bye! Come over and see us sometime!
  • Look through the newspaper. Something is going on in the city.
  • Watch out! You are in danger!
  • David circled round the girl at the party, waiting for a chance to talk to her.

Correct the mistakes:

  • Stand up! The class is about to start.
  • Come in! You’re welcome.
  • Follow me along the street. I will go first.
  • Calm down. There is nothing to worry about.
  • Will you come round in an hour?
  • What do you think about this news?
  • Turn the lights off, please.
  • Think over my proposition.
  • Go over your grammar.
  • John circled round the girl at the party, but without success.
  • Look through the chapter. I think there’s something useful for you.
  • Throw away your old papers.

Match the beginnings and endings:

  • The news got about that John and Sheila had got married.
  • He tries to get along with her, but without success.
  • She will come back after her holiday in Spain, won’t she?
  • The car broke down because of you!
  • I am looking forward to Friday.
  • Fill in these papers, please.
  • Turn the lights off. It isn’t dark.
  • Take off your coat; it is warm inside.
  • Look out! You will fall down!
  • We need to go over our expenses once again.
  • Think over what your friend told you.
  • She promised to come round.
  • I want to give up drinking Cola.

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