Just a few questions for you to think about during the holidays…
1- Choose the correct words:
– The UK is a capital/ capitalist country
– My car is very economic / economical.
2- Say two nouns for each of these adjectives:
– economic- industrial- polluted
3- What do these ‘on the phone’ phrases mean?
– get cut off- run out of credit – top up your phone
4- Which of these verbs are state verbs?
play- belong- travel- sit- dislike- study- deserve
5- What’s the difference in meaning between these two sentences?
– I’ve been doing my homework.
– I’ve done my homework.
6- What are the opposites of these phrases?
– be in credit- be short of money- put money into your account
7- Fill in the gaps in these phrasal verbs:
– When my grandmother died, I came ……… a lot of money.
– I think they are trying to rip us ………..
8- Which is the preposition?
– invest money ……… something
– spend money ………. something
– pay cash ………… something
– buy something ……….. credit
9- Say synonyms for these words:
– work out- exact- especially
10- What is the difference between these words/phrases?
– a subtitled film/ a dubbed film
– a remake/ a sequel
11- What do these adjectives to describe entertainment mean?
– overrated- gripping- weird
12- Choose the correct verb form:
– I’m worried about be/to be/being sacked.
– She was the first person be/to be/being asked.
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