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Rephrase the following sentences using the words in bold. 1 2 3 4 5 6 It's years since I spoke to Jenny.

I haven't spoken to Jenny for years. It's the first time I've flown to Mexico. How long is it since you moved here? We've never been to this museum before. When did you get your diploma. I haven't seen such a good film for ages. never did first how long since Phrasal verbs carry on (with) carry out hold back hold on hold up continue do, complete something control (oneself, crowds, etc.) wait (especially on the phone) ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ for

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The police held

(1) delay (2) rob something/somebody using a weapon back the fans who were trying to get onto the football pitch.

They carried ___________________ a survey to find out which TV channel was the most popular. We arrived an hour late because we were held _________________ in traffic. Could you hold _________________, please? Mrs Jones' line is engaged at the moment. Carry __________________ that job until I give you something else to do. The gang held _________________ a security van and got away with millions. Her family couldn't decide on the best place to go for their summer holidays.

Complete the sentences with the correct preposition. The mountain-climbers died _____________ extreme cold. Sally dreams ______________ being a famous actress. What's the difference ________________ a rabbit and a hare? Sam was so disappointed _____________ his birthday present that he burst into tears. The demand _____________ new cars is low because they are so expensive. Linda couldn't deal _____________ all the typing, so she hired an assistant to help her. Now that he has a good job, Paul doesn't depend ______________ his parents for money. Can you explain this _______________ me, please?

Idioms get in touch with keep in touch with keep something quiet keep an eye on something keep one's head keep one's fingers crossed make oneself at home make room (for something) make sure communicate with somebody one hasn't seen recently maintain contact by visiting, writing, etc. keep something secret guard something remain calm wish for good luck act and feel as if one were in one's own house allow enough free space check

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make sure the cooker is off when you leave the house.

She asked Mark to _______________________________ the children while she went to the shops. Peter promised to ________________________________ me after he moved away, but he hasn't written yet. I don't know if they'll give me the job but I _______________________________________that they will. When the fire started, David managed to ______________________________ and got everyone out of the room. I'll tell you what we're planning if you promise to _______________________________. You can watch TV, get yourself some juice or do whatever you like. Just __________________________. We must _____________________________ everyone we invited to the party and tell them it's been cancelled. You can ______________________________ the new sofa by moving that table.

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This exercise should be written very quickly. _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ elephant university umbrella ticket VIP honest man half-hour lesson one-hour lesson useful book 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ SOS X-ray European hand underpass unit CD exam school