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1) TheArticle.Comment ontheiruse andmainfunctions.

2) T>heArticle. Theuse ofarticleswith commonnouns.

3) >Articleswithcountablenouns.

4) >Articleswithuncountablenouns.

5) >Articleswithcountablenounsmodifiedbyattributes.

6) >Comment on theformation anduse of ThePresentSimpleTense.

7) >Comment on theformation anduse of ThePassive Voice. Thetypes ofpassiveconstructions.

8) >Comment on therules ofSequence ofTenses.

9) >Comment on theformation anduse of TheGerund.

10) >Comment on theformation anduse of TheParticiple I.

11) >Comment on theformation anduse of TheParticiple II.

12) >Comment on theformation anduse of TheInfinitive.

13) TheComplexObjectwithParticiple II. Theformation anduse.

14) TheComplexObjectwithParticiple I. Theformation anduse.

15) TheComplexSubject. Theformation anduse.

16) TheComplexObjectwith theInfinitive. Theformation anduse.

17) >Comment on theuse and theway oftranslation of themodalverb >can.

18) >Comment on theuse and theway oftranslation of themodalverb >will.

19) >Comment on theuse and theway oftranslation of themodalverb >shall.

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39) >TranslatefromRussianinto English.
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40) >Translate thesentencefrom EnglishintoRussian.
>Mr.Smithwaswithinfiveminuteswalk ofOxfordStreet.

41) >Translate thesentencefrom EnglishintoRussian.
Themore Englishbooksyouread, thericherbecomesyour Englishvocabulary.

42) >Translate thesentencefrom EnglishintoRussian.
>Shewas atrueheroine,yetonlyone of theunnumberedmillions.

43) >Translate thesentencefrom EnglishintoRussian.
>Thismagazineisthreetimesasexpensiveas that.

44) >Translate thesentencefrom EnglishintoRussian.
>Weshallbeable tosendyou thegoodsat thebeginning ofMarchprovided that theorderisreceivedimmediately.

45) >Translate thesentencesfrom EnglishintoRussian.
Ihaveforgotten tobringmybriefcasewithme. Ihave togobackfor it.

46) >Translate thesentencefrom EnglishintoRussian.
>Afterhehadcomefrom thepool,he sat in theglowfrom thesunset.

47) >Translate thesentencefrom EnglishintoRussian.
>Hardlyhadhefinished hisworkwhensomebodyknockedat thedoor.

48) >Translate thesentencefrom EnglishintoRussian.
>As IhadmetMr.Smithseveraltimes, Iwasable torecommendhim tothemas averygoodmanager.

49) >Translate thesentencefrom EnglishintoRussian.

>I'llbegin toworkat 9o'clock in themorning.Whenyoureturnhomeat 4o'clock,I'llhavebeenworkingfor 7hours.

50) >Translate thesentencefrom EnglishintoRussian.

Ithought thatmyfriendshadbeenwaitingforme in theentrancehallforhalfanhour.

51) >Translate thesentencefrom EnglishintoRussian.

Youhad toraisethis problemat themeeting,didn'tyou? Icouldn'tdodifferently.

52) >Translate thesentencefrom EnglishintoRussian.

>May Itakeyourtextbook? Yes. Youmaybutyoumustn'tgive it toanyone. Youneedn'tsay it tome, I know.

53) >Translate thesentencefrom EnglishintoRussian.>Mikelikesbeinginvitedby hisfriends.

54) >Translate thesentencefrom EnglishintoRussian.

>Petewasquitedisappointedatnotfinding theletters in thebox.

55) >Translate thesentencefrom EnglishintoRussian.

>Because of a heavydownpour, theproposedopen-airconcerthad tobecalled off.

56) >Translate thefollowingfrom EnglishintoRussian.

Englishisessential inthisjob.All thetelephonistsspeak it.Iftheydidnt know English,theywouldntunderstandhalf thecallers.

57) >Translate thefollowingfrom EnglishintoRussian.

>Our familywontbeable tobuythis TVsetunless Iwin alargesum of money.

58) >Translate thefollowingfrom EnglishintoRussian.

>Ofcourse,Imnotgoing togiveher adiamondring.If Igave it toher,shewouldsell it.

59) >Translate thefollowingfrom EnglishintoRussian.

>Ifsomeonesaid: >Illgiveyou 1000 togointocourt andswear thatthisstatementistrue,whatwouldyoudo?

60) >Fill in thecorrectpreposition.
>It alldepends you.

61) >Fill in thecorrectpreposition.
Iwassitting theback ofourcarwhenwecrashed.

62) >Fill in thecorrectpreposition.
Hespoke me thetop of hisvoice.

63) >Fill in thecorrectpreposition.
Idontbelievehim.Dontjudge hiswords. Hemaybewrong.

64) >Fill in thecorrectpreposition.
thewhole thesituation in theregionisimproving.

65) >Fill in thecorrectpreposition.
>Didyoupay cheque or cash?

66) >Put in anecessaryconjunction.
>Shecanspeak Arabic ...Spanish.

67) >Put in anecessaryconjunction.
Thealarmwasraised thefirewasdiscovered.

68) >Put in anecessaryconjunction.
>Tellme yousigned thecontract. Was ityesterday or aweekago? Iwouldlike to know theday.

69) >Put in anecessaryconjunction.
Thepeople livedherebeforeustookverygreatcare of it.

70) >Put in anecessaryconjunction.
wevisited London,wewent to theTower.

71) >Put in anecessaryconjunction.
. youfinishyourtest,youmaygohome.

72) >Complete thesentence.Fill in themissingpreposition(s).

>Pleasedon'tletmedisturbyou.Carry ___yourwork.

73) >Complete thesentence.Fill in themissingpreposition(s).

>Wemusttry tocut ___theamount of moneywespend.Wejustcan'tmakeendsmeet.

74) >Complete thesentence.Fill in themissingpreposition(s).

>Keep ___me!I'vegot a terriblecold, and Idon'twant togive it toyou.

75) >Complete thesentence.Fill in themissingpreposition(s).

>Childrengrow ___theirclothessoquickly.Itcosts afortune toclothethemproperly.

76) >Change thesentence toincorporate theexpressions inbrackets.

>Despiteherdislikeforcoffee,shedrank it tokeepherselfwarm.(although)

77) >Change thesentence toincorporate theexpressions inbrackets.

>Inspite ofPeterssadnessatlosing thecontest,hemanaged tosmile. (>although)

78) >Change thesentence toincorporate theexpressions inbrackets.

>Thoughhehasbeenabsentfrequently,hehasmanaged topass thetest. (inspite of)

79) >Change thesentence toincorporate theexpressions inbrackets.

>Nancytoldme the secret,despitehavingpromisednot todoso. (>though)

80) Open thebrackets andrewrite thefollowingsentence 3times (>write theConditionalsentences of I, II and IIItypes).

>Ifyou (>be free), I (tocome) toseeyou.

81) Open thebrackets andrewrite thefollowingsentence 3times (>write theConditionalsentences of I, II and IIItypes).

>If I (toseeher), I (tobe)glad.

82) >Rewrite thefollowingsentencemaking theconditionalsentence.

>Theyspent ayear in thetropics,sotheygotverysun-tanned.If

83) >Rewrite thefollowingsentencemaking theconditionalsentence.

>Itrainedheavily,sowegotdrenched to theskin.If

84) >Rewrite thefollowingsentencemaking theconditionalsentence.

Ahuge blackcloudappearedfrombehind theforest,sowehad toturnback andhurryhome.If

85) >Rewrite thefollowingsentencemaking theconditionalsentence.

Thetravellershadnocameraswiththem,sotheycouldnottakephotos of thebeautifulscenery.If

86) >Rewrite thefollowingsentencemaking theconditionalsentence.

>Therewasnosugarleft,sowewent to theshoplate in theevening.If

87) Open thebracketsfilling therightform of theverb.

>If it (torain)wewillhave tostayathome.

88) Open thebracketsfilling therightform of theverb.

>Ifhe (towork)hard,hewouldhaveachievedgreatprogress.

89) Open thebracketsfilling therightform of theverb.

>Ifyou (towrite) thecompositionlongago,youwouldnothavedisturbedme.

90) Open thebracketsfilling therightform of theverb.

>Ifhewerenotsuchanoutstandingactor,he (>not tohave)somanyadmirers.

91) Open thebracketsfilling therightform of theverb.

>Ifyou (togive)meyourtelephonenumber, Iwillphoneyou.

92) Open thebracketsfilling therightform of theverb.

>Ifthey (>not togo) to Moscow lastyear,theywouldnothaveheard thatfamousmusician.

93) Open thebracketsfilling therightform of theverb.

Youwouldnthavemissed theteachersexplanationifyou (toarrive) intime.

94) Open thebracketsfilling therightform of theverb.

>Mikesvocabularywillincreasegreatlyifhe (toread) 50pageseveryday.

95) Open thebracketsfilling therightform of theverb.

Youwouldnthavegot a twoifyou (towrite) thetestsuccessfully.

96) Open thebracketsfilling therightform of theverb.

>If Inot (to know) English, Ishouldnotbeable toenjoyByronspoetry.

97) >Finish thefollowingsentence.

Icouldhavewalkedmorequicklyifmysuitcase

98) >Finish thefollowingsentence.

>My roomwouldbe allrightif it

99) >Finish thefollowingsentence.

>Ifyoudontlikefilms,why ?

100) >Change thefollowingdirectspeechsentenceintoreportedspeech.

>Suesays tome: 'Ilike toswim in the opensea.'

101) >Change thefollowingdirectspeechsentenceintoreportedspeech.

>Jessissaying toMary: '>I'vetried togetyou on thephone allmorning.'

102) >Change thefollowingdirectspeechsentenceintoreportedspeech.

>Petersaid toHelen: 'Iused to knowhimwhenwelived inChicago.'

103) >Use theverbs inbrackets in theappropriatetenseform.Observe therules of thesequence oftenses.

>Billlookedconcernedashefelthe (tobe)tenminuteslate.

104) >Use theverbs inbrackets in theappropriatetenseform.Observe therules of thesequence oftenses.

>We knowshe (tolay) thetablejust intimefordinner.

105) >Use theverbs inbrackets in theappropriatetenseform.Observe therules of thesequence oftenses.

Ifeltshe (tobe)assweetasshecouldbe.And Iwasnotmistaken:shereallywas.

106) >Correct thereportedquestion.Rewrite thequestion.

>Sheaskedwhatdonehadbeen tohelp thehomeless.

107) >Correct thereportedquestion.Rewrite thequestion.

>Dr. FoxaskedMrs. Bellwhenhadshestartgettingsevereheadaches.

108) >Correct thereportedquestion.Rewrite thequestion.

Thezoo-keeperasked howescaped theanimalshadfrom thecage.

109) >Correct thereportedquestion.Rewrite thequestion.

Thejournalistswanted to knowwhichmachinedonehad best in thetests.

110) >Choose therightvariant.

>Alexhasgot 2sisters and 3brothers.Socanyoutellme howmanybrothers (>hashegot/hehasgot)?

111) >Choose therightvariant.

>Doyou know howlong (>hehasbeenlearning/hebeenlearning) English?

112) >Choose therightvariant.

Idont know (>wheredoeshelive/wherehelives).

113) >Choose therightvariant.

>Dontyouunderstandwhat (>does itmean/itmeans)?

114) >Choose therightvariant.

>Nowcloseyourbooks andsee howmuch (>doyouremember /youcanremember).

115) >Choose therightvariant.

>Canyoutellmewhere (>doyoubuy/youbought)yourclothes?

116) >Choose therightvariant.

Ithink I know the manbut Icantremember (>what hisnameis/whatis hisname).

117) >Choose therightvariant.

>Doyou know the man (>which/who)wasplaying the pianoat the party?

118) >Choose therightvariant.

Icantremember (>whichhewaswearing/whathewaswearing)at the party.

119) >Choose therightvariant.

>Breakfastis ameal (that/what)iseaten in themorning.

120) >Put thequestion to theunderlinedword.
>Babieshave >fivemeals aday.

121) >Put thequestion to theunderlinedword.
>Ithasbeensnowinghard all themorning.

122) >Put thequestion to theunderlinedword.
Thetourists >havebeenwalking in thecountryside allday.

123) >Put thequestion to theunderlinedword.
>Thereare allmodernconveniences in thecottage.

124) >Put thequestion to theunderlinedword.
>It >often >rains inautumn inthispart of thecountry.

125) >Put thequestion to theunderlinedword.
>Mrs.Devis andMrs.Whitewere >teachers in aprimaryschool.

126) >Put thequestion to theunderlinedword.
>Nickwas agoodfriend ofAlex.

127) >Put aquestion to theunderlinedwords.

>Sheheard astudentcomplain that >theyaregiventoomuchhomework. (>what?)

128) >Put aquestion to theunderlinedwords.

>Weheardhimsay that >hedoesn'tgetenoughsleep. (>what?)

129) >Put aquestion to theunderlinedwords.

>Wewerewatchingthemplaying the secondgame. (>what?)

130) >Put aquestion to theunderlinedwords.

Isaw >hermendhersportscostumeafter theskiingseason. (>what?)

131) >Put aquestion to theunderlinedwords.

>Therewerelots ofpeople and Ididn'tnotice >herleave the room. (>what?)

132) >Put aquestion to theunderlinedwords.

>Wesaw thetrainpullinto thestation. (>what?)

133) >Put aquestion to theunderlinedwords.

>Nicksaw >hermakingsigns tohim. (>what?)

134) >Combine thefollowingindividualsentencesinto asinglesentencewithrelativeclauses.

>Antonbought acamera. Thecamerahasthreelenses.

135) >Combine thefollowingindividualsentencesinto asinglesentencewithrelativeclauses.

>Frankis the man.Wearegoing tonominateFrankfor theofficer oftreasure.

136) >Combine thefollowingindividualsentencesinto asinglesentencewithrelativeclauses.

>Janeis thewoman.Janeisgoing to China nextyear.

137) >Combine thefollowingindividualsentencesinto asinglesentencewithrelativeclauses.

>Janetwants atypewriter. Thetypewriterself-corrects.

138) >Combine thefollowingindividualsentencesinto asinglesentencewithrelativeclauses.

>Thisbook (Ifound thebook lastweek)containssomeuseful information.

139) >Combine thefollowingindividualsentencesinto asinglesentencewithrelativeclauses.

>Mr.Smith (>Mr.Smithsteamhaslost thegame)looksverysad.

140) >Choose the bestfutureform.

>Soyou'vesoldyour house?Whenwillyoumove /willyoubemoving?

141) >Choose the bestfutureform.

Ihearyou'vebeenoffered a newjob.Doyou /areyougoing toaccept it ornot?

142) >Choose the bestfutureform.

>Hurry up andbuyyourticket. Thetrainwillleave /willbeleavingsoon and Idon'twant tomiss it.

143) >Use theverbsgiven inbrackets inproperPresentTense. (>PresentSimple,PresentContinuous orPresentPerfect).
You (>telephone)forages! Youreally (>notfinished)? I (>notget)throughyet.Imtrying togetourParisoffice.

144) >Use theverbsgiven inbrackets inproperPresentTense. (>PresentSimple,PresentContinuous orPresentPerfect).
He (>play) the pianosince 7oclock in themorning. Heonlyjust (stop).

145) >Use theverbsgiven inbrackets inproperPresentTense. (>PresentSimple,PresentContinuous orPresentPerfect).
>Whyyou (>notbring)me theletters? You (>nottype)themyet?

146) >Use theverbsgiven inbrackets inproperPresentTense. (>PresentSimple,PresentContinuous orPresentPerfect).
Areyougoing tosunbathe?
Dontberidiculous!It (>rain) allday and it (>not stop)yet.

147) >Put theverbsgiven inbrackets inproperPastTense. (>PastSimple,PastPerfect,PastContinuous PastPerfectContinuous).
>We (>feel)happierwhenthey (>leave).

148) >Put theverbsgiven inbrackets inproperPastTense. (>PastSimple,PastPerfect,PastContinuous PastPerfectContinuous).
>They (>finish) thetranslationbyfiveoclock.

149) >Put theverbsgiven inbrackets inproperPastTense. (>PastSimple,PastPerfect,PastContinuous PastPerfectContinuous).
>She (>get) a messagesayinghe (>pass) theexam.

150) >Rewrite thefollowingsentence,rewording themainclause, andadd thesubject.

>Afterjumping out of aboat, thesharkbit the man.

151) >Rewrite thefollowingsentence,rewording themainclause, andadd thesubject.

>Havingapprehended thehijackers,theywerewhisked off toFBIheadquartersby thesecurityquards.

152) >Rewrite thefollowingsentence,rewording themainclause, andadd thesubject.

>Beforesinging theschoolsong, apoemwasrecited.

153) >Rewrite thefollowingsentence,rewording themainclause, andadd thesubject.

>Beingdissatisfiedwith thepicture, itwashidden in thecloset.

154) >Rewrite thefollowingsentence,rewording themainclause, andadd thesubject.

>Seeing theadvancingarmy, allvaluableswerehiddenunder thestairwell.

155) >Rewrite thefollowingsentence,rewording themainclause, andadd thesubject.

>Plunginginto thewater, thedrowningchildwasrescued.

156) >Rewrite thefollowingsentence,rewording themainclause, andadd thesubject.

>Beforegoinghome,therewerelessonsatschool.

157) >Rewrite thefollowingsentence,rewording themainclause, andadd thesubject.

>Criticizing thedefendantfor hiscruelbehavior, thesentencewashandeddownby thejudge.

158) >Rewrite thefollowingsentence,rewording themainclause, andadd thesubject.

>After painting thecar, itwasgiven to themanswifeby the man.

159) >Rewrite thefollowingsentence,rewording themainclause, andadd thesubject.

>Beinganearlyriser, itwaseasyforAnn toadjust tohercompanys newsummerschedule.

160) >Join thefollowingsentences,using thepreposition. Open thebrackets,put thegerund1.Join thefollowingsentences,using thepreposition. Open thebrackets,put thegerund.

Heleft the room. Hedidn'tsay aword. (>without)

161) >Join thefollowingsentences,using thepreposition. Open thebrackets,put thegerund1.Join thefollowingsentences,using thepreposition. Open thebrackets,put thegerund.

>Wewalkedfor alongtime.Wedidn'tspeak tooneanother. (>without)

162) >Join thefollowingsentences,using thepreposition. Open thebrackets,put thegerund1.Join thefollowingsentences,using thepreposition. Open thebrackets,put thegerund.

>Theyplanned togo to thecinemaafterclasses,butthentheychangedtheirminds andwent to thetheatreinstead. (>Instead of)

163) >Join thefollowingsentences,using thepreposition. Open thebrackets,put thegerund1.Join thefollowingsentences,using thepreposition. Open thebrackets,put thegerund.

>Katepromised tobringsomefruit to the party.Shebroughtsomecakesinstead. (>Instead of)

164) >Join thefollowingsentences,using thepreposition. Open thebrackets,put thegerund1.Join thefollowingsentences,using thepreposition. Open thebrackets,put thegerund.

Hedid theexercise.Thenheswitched on TV. (>after)

165) >Join thefollowingsentences,using thepreposition. Open thebrackets,put thegerund1.Join thefollowingsentences,using thepreposition. Open thebrackets,put thegerund.

>Wevisited themuseum.Wewenthome. (>after)

166) >In thefollowingpair ofsentences, thesameverbismissingtwice,onceusedasParticiple I andonceasParticiple II. >Insert it initscorrectform.

(totake) Books ___ out of thelibrarymustbereturnedwithin 3weeks. People ___books outwhichhaventbeenstampedwillbebanned.

167) >In thefollowingpair ofsentences, thesameverbismissingtwice,onceusedasParticiple I andonceasParticiple II. >Insert it initscorrectform.

(toproduce) The film, ___byStephenSpielberg,isexpected tobe agreathit. Powerstations ___enoughenergy tosupplyseveraltownsaresoon tobebuilt on thesouthcoast.

168) >In thefollowingpair ofsentences, thesameverbismissingtwice,onceusedasParticiple I andonceasParticiple II. >Insert it initscorrectform.

(togrow)Crops ___underglassmaturemorequicklythanthose in the open.Farmers ___suchcropscanthereforecatch theearlymarkets.

169) >In thefollowingpair ofsentences, thesameverbismissingtwice,onceusedasParticiple I andonceasParticiple II. >Insert it initscorrectform.

(toadmire) Istaredat thecanvasforages, ___ theartist'sskill andeyefordetail.Swisswatches ___fortheirelegance andprecision,aresoldthroughout the world.

170) >In thefollowingpair ofsentences, thesameverbismissingtwice,onceusedasParticiple I andonceasParticiple II. >Insert it initscorrectform.

(tofind) Theescapedprisoner, ___hiding in abarn,was today takenback toprison.Manyoldpeople, ___ thattheirsavingshavebeeneatenintobyinflation,arehavingdifficulty inmakingendsmeet.

171) >Put theverb inbrackets in theinfinitive or the ingform.

Iused to (>think) ... that lifeendedat 30.

172) >Put theverb inbrackets in theinfinitive or the ingform.

>I'mnotused to (>think) ...sohardthisearly in themorning.

173) >Put theverb inbrackets in theinfinitive or the ingform.

>Janewasnever averyreliablefriend.If Iwereyou,I'dtry (>forget) ...>her.

174) >Put theverb inbrackets in theinfinitive or the ingform.

>Ifyourclothesdon'tseemverywhiteafteryouvewashedthem,try (>soak) ...them in alittlebleach.

175) >Complete thesentencebyfilling thegapswith asuitableform ofparticiple.

(tohave) ...delivered the message, theboywenthome.

176) >Complete thesentencebyfilling thegapswith asuitableform ofparticiple.

>Wewereawfully (tobeshoked) ...by thecompany'sdecision,whichseemedquitewrong tous.

177) >Complete thesentencebyfilling thegapswith asuitableform ofparticiple.

Hewasthrilledby the film andthought itvery (toexcite)...

178) >Complete thesentencebyfilling thegapswith asuitableform ofparticiple.

Theburglarmusthavegot inthrough (tobreak) ...window.

179) >Complete thesentencebyfilling thegapswith asuitableform ofparticiple.

(tosuppose) ...youhadno money,whatwouldyoudo?

180) >Write >must, >need or aform of >have to ineachgap.Questionforms andnegativesarealsoincluded.

>Whattime ...we ...leavefor theairport? ...About 3o'clock.

181) >Write >must, >need or aform of >have to ineachgap.Questionforms andnegativesarealsoincluded.

>It'sonly athirty-minutedrive,sowe (a) ...gountilabout 4o'clock. I ...domypacking. Ihaven'tstartedyet.

182) >Rewrite thefollowingsentence,using >must, >cant, or >might.

>I'msurehehasn'tretiredyet. Hestillleaves the houseeverymorning.

183) >Rewrite thefollowingsentence,using >must, >cant, or >might.

>I'msureheisn'tverywelloff.His houseis in a terriblemess.

184) >Rewrite thefollowingsentence,usingmust,can't, ormight.

>Perhapshespent all his moneywhenhewasyounger.

185) >Rewrite thefollowingsentence,using >must, >cant, or >might.

>I'msurehedoes alot ofgardening.Hisgardenlooksbeautiful.

186) >Complete thesentencewith asuitablephrasalverb.

Themeaning of aphrasalverbisgiven inbrackets. Hewon'tbeable ___ ___ thatspeed. (>maintain)

187) >Complete thesentencewith asuitablephrasalverb.

>Mr.Whiteis ___ ___withsomesort ofvirusinfection (>godown).

188) >Complete thesentencewith asuitablephrasalverb.

Themeaning of aphrasalverbisgiven inbrackets. Idon'tseewhyyou ___ ___ ___foreigners. (>despise)

189) >Complete thesentencewith asuitablephrasalverb.

Themeaning of aphrasalverbisgiven inbrackets.Wemust ___ ___ adatefor thefirm'sChristimas partysoon. (>arrange).

190) >Complete thesentencewith asuitablephrasalverb.

Themeaning of aphrasalverbisgiven inbrackets.Canyou ___me ___for thenight? (>giveme aplace tosleep).

191) >Complete thesentencewith asuitablephrasalverb.

Themeaning of aphrasalverbisgiven inbrackets.Itwillcostatleast 1.000 ___ ___ aflat (todecorate).

192) >Completeeachsentencewith asuitableverb (in thefirstpart of thesentence) and asuitablepreposition (>particle) (in the secondpart of thesentence.)

>I'd ... upsmoking,onlyI'mafraid ofputting ___weight.

193) >Completeeachsentencewith asuitableverb (in thefirstpart of thesentence) and asuitablepreposition (>particle) (in the secondpart of thesentence.)

>Herfatherhad ___awaywhenshewastold ___ that.

194) >Completeeachsentencewith asuitableverb (in thefirstpart of thesentence) and asuitablepreposition (>particle) (in the secondpart of thesentence.)

Thepolicewere ... in tobreak ___ thefightoutside the dancehall.

195) >Completeeachsentencewith asuitableverb (in thefirstpart of thesentence) and asuitablepreposition (>particle) (in the secondpart of thesentence.)

>Myfatherwas ___ up twodaysafterwarbroke ___.

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