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Unit 21 Phrasal Verbs and Verb-Based Expressions

Exercise 293

Ij, 21, 3g, 4f, 5i, 6m, 7c, 8p, 9o, lOa, lln, 12b, 13d, 14k, 15e, 16h

Exercise 294

1. At last I have got through this work! 2. It rained heavily. We got wet. 3. We got up early yesterday because the train started at 7 o'clock. 4. It is difficult to get used to hot weather if one lives in the north. 5. She was upset because her husband had got a notice that he would be dismissed. 6. It's high time we got down to business. 7. She is such a bore! She gets on my nerves every time I see her. I'm dreaming of getting rid of her. 8. We haven't met got together since we graduated. 9. Though they are quite different, they get on with each other. 10. Look! The cat's got hold of a bird!

Exercise 295

1) on, off; 2) a notice; 3) on my nerves; 4) into; 5) hold of; 6) out, wet; 7) up; 8) out; 9) rid of; 10) used to; 11) down to; 12) on with; 13) together; 14) through; 15) to know

Exercise 296

1. Why don't cats get on with dogs? 2. He got down to work early in the morning hoping to get through it by 4 o'clock. 3. He did not get used to not being obeyed. 4. I'll be happy if I can get rid of my old car. 5. Get out of my house! You are a liar! 6. He got out of the car and came up to the shop window. 7. Dad, you are sure to like him. when you get to know him better.-8. After leaving school we decided to get together on the 1st of September. 9. When we got on the plane, the air hostess told us about the crew. 10. He got wet badly while coming back home. 11. He got hold of the possibility to solve the problem without the police. 12. Close the door, please. This noise gets on my nerves.

Exercise 297

Ih, 2i, 3e, 4g, 5c, 6j, 7d, 8a, 9b, lOf

Exercise 298

1. John is a good husband. He always gives his wife a hand about the house. 2. He decided to give up gambling after he lost a large sum of money in the casino. 3. His behaviour and manner of speaking gave him away; ue was not a gentleman. 4. The fight at the party gave rise to a lot of gossip. 5. He gave me a lift to the station in his car, ?. He gave in after our sound arguments. 7. She gave him a birth early in the morning. 8. The usher gave out the programmes of the concert. 9. She has been given a notice that she will be fired. 10. Has he given back the book yet?

Exercise 299

1) in; 2) birth to; 3) up; 4) a lift; 5) out; 6) notice to; 7) back; 8) rise to; 9) away; 10) a hand

Exercise 300

1. Why do you always give in to his demands? 2. She has given up studying English. She says she is not good at it. 3. He is to give back the debt on Friday. 4. Don't worry, he'll give me a lift to the office. 5. The new law will give rise to the increase in taxes. 6.1 gave him a hand to pay his debts. 7. The manager gave his employees notice of the decrease in pay. 8.1 recognised her though she was made up. Her voice gave her away. 9. Wait a minute. Jack is coming. He will give out free tickets to the concert. 10. She gave birth to three children.

Exercise 301

If, 2h, 3g, 4k, 5j, 6a, 7c, 8b, 91, lOe, lid, 12i

Exercise 302

1) his word; 2) in mind; 3) fit; 4) from; 5) his temper; 6) to; 7) pace with; 8) from; 9) house; 10) company; 11) up; 12) on

Exercise 303

1. He has to spend a lot of money to keep up a country house. 2. Try to keep to the subject. 3. The evening would have been so boring if Ann hadn't kept me company. 4.1 can't keep pace with him. He is walking too fast. 5.1 never got used to keeping house. 6. Only a saint could have kept his temper in such a situation. 7. She kept her word and gave back the money in time. 8. You must always keep in mind that you are responsible for your actions. 9. He keeps from smoking and drinking. 10. Though he realized that his speech was a failure, he kept on speaking. 11. Why don't you jog in the mornings if you want to keep fit?

Exercise 304

Ih, 2i, 3e, 4k, 5c, 6j, 71, 8a, 9b, lOf, d llg

Exercise 305

1) out; 2) like; 3) for; 4) up; 5) into; 6) upon; 7) after; 8) forward to; 9) at; 10) round; 11) through; 12) through; 13) up

Exercise 306

Correct sentences: 6, 10

1) forward to; 2) up; 3) out; 4) for; 5) into; 7) through; 8) into; 9) upon; 11) after

Exercise 307

1. Have you looked through the documents yet? — Yes, I looked into them attentively. 2. If you want to have a nice garden, you must look after it carefully. 3. What are you looking for? — A pen. I need to write down the address. 4. The teachers look upon him as the most capable student in the group. 5.1 want the accurate data. Look them up in the reference book. 6. Look out! Don't you see the door painted? 7. She looks like her aunt, doesn't she? 8. He looked up and saw a stork on the roof of the house. 9. The boy was looking forward to Christmas. 10. She looked round, but saw none of her friends.

Exercise 308

Ih, 2d, 3f, 4g, 5i, 6c, 7a, b 8e

Exercise 309

1) up; 2) his living, both ends meet; 3) up his mind; 4) out; 5) fun of; 6) up; 7) ourselves comfortable; 8) friends

Exercise 310

1. She made up her mind to change her image and made up in another way. 2. Sit into the armchair and make yourself comfortable. 3. He makes his living by selling real estate. 4. He's got an awful handwriting. I can't make out anything. 5. They could not help making fun of him. 6. He lost his job, now his family has to make both ends meet. 7. The parliament of Great Britain is made up of two chambers, the House of Commons and the House of Lords. 8. They made friends in their childhood.

Exercise 311

le, f Д 2h, За, 4g, 5k, 6d, 7c, 8b, 91, lOj

Exercise 312

1) up; 2) out; 3) down; 4) off; 5) on weight; 6) on; 7) down; 8) up with; 9) down; 10) in order; 11) an end to; 12) forward

Exercise 313

1. Put down the newspaper and listen to me. The situation is very serious, and the meeting has been again put off. You must put forward our suggestion. 2. You must put on your cap. There is a strong wind in the street. 3. I've put on weight again. I'll have to keep from eating the sweets. 4. Have you put down the data? 5. The rebellion was put down with great cruelty. 6. The Egyptians built pyramids which remained till out time. 7. It's getting light already. It's high time to go to bed. Put your papers in order and put out the light. 8. He can't put up with the deception any longer. 9. They want to'put an end to corruption in their office.

Exercise 314

Ic, 2d, 3b, 4g, 5f, 6e, 7a

Exercise 315

1) out; 2) to; 3) into; 4) after; 5) about; 6) over

Exercise 316

1. The car disappeared after running over a passer by. 2. Do you know who I ran into the library? It was Jack! 3. He ran into debt because he bought a house. 4. They had to surrender because they ran out of water. 5. The children were running about the bank of the river. 6. The price of the picture at the auction ran to $15, 000. 7. Run after Father, he left his wallet at home.

Exercise 317

le, 2j, 3s, 4g, 5a, 6n, 7d, 8k, 9b, l lOp, lic, 12q, 13f, 14r, 15h, 16m, 17o, 18i

Exercise 318

1) off; 2) into account; 3) the floor; 4) for; 5) after; 6) part in; 7) interest in; 8) offence at; 9) off; 10) place; 11) to; 12) measures; 13) notice of; 14) for granted; 15) an advantage of; 16) over; 17) after; 18) to heart; 19) notes of

Exercise 319

1. He took to playing cards in his youth. 21 It is not worth taking offence at him. He did not want to hurt you. 3. He's got an alibi. When the murder took place, he was in another town. 4. The dictaphone did not work and he had to take notes of all the conversation. 5. My son takes after his grandfather, he is as stubborn as his Grandpa is. 6. Did he take an advantage of anything? 7. He took notice of her at the tram stop. 8. We took his victory for granted. 9. She is a person who takes everything to heart. 10. We'll take over another company next year. 11. He took interest in my work. 12. What measures have been taken to make profit? 13. The plane is to take off in 10 minutes. Fasten the belts, please. 14. We took him for an Italian, but he turned out a Spaniard. 15. He decided to take the floor at the next sitting. 16. It was stuffy in the hall and she took off the jacket. 17. They took into account all his remarks. 18. I'd like to work in the hospital and take after the wounded. 19. He took an active part in the discussion of the plan.

Unit 22 Problem Verbs

Exercise 320

1) rise; 2) rise; 3) raise; 4) rises; 5) rising; 6) raises; 7) raise; 8) raised; 9) rose; 10) raised; 11) risen; 12) raised; 13) raised; 14) is rising; 15) raises; 16) raised

Exercise 321

1) lie; 2) be laid; 3) lie; 4) lie; 5) lay; 6) laid; 7) lies; 8) was laid; 9) laid; 10) laid; 11) lies/lay; 12) lie; 13) laid; 14) laid; 15) to lie; 16) laid

Exercise 322

1) set; 2) was sitting; 3) set; 4) set; 5) to sit; 6) was sitting; 7) set; 8) have been sitting; 9) to set; 10) set; 11) set; 12) sit; 13) sat; 14) sets; 15) were sitting

Exercise 323

1) did, made; 2) made; 3) do, does; 4) make; 5) does; 6) make; 7) made; 8) do; 9) to do, make; 10) make; 11) made; 12) made; 13) to make; 14) to make; 15) do

Exercise 324

1) said; 2) told; 3) tell, says; 4) said to; 5) speaking/ talking to; 6) tell; 7) speak; 8) to say; 9) speaking/talking; 10) told; 11) speaking/talking; 12) say

Exercise 325

1) heard; 2) listen to, hear; 3) listen to; 4) heard; 5) heard; 6) heard; 7) hear; 8) listening to; 9) heard; 10) heard

Exercise 326

1) was lying; 2) laid; 3) lay; 4) set; 5) make; 6) does... do, is making, has made; 7) have... heard, listen; 8) had laid; 9) rose; 10) raised, to speak; 11) says/tells; 12) told; 13) heard; 14) set, sitting; 15) say

Exercise 327

1. He tried to do his best to help her pay the debts. 2. She set the meat into the oven and began making a pie. 3. They say it is very cold in Russia. Is it true? 4. He burst out laughing and raised his hands showing he gave in. 5. On entering the room she laid the bag on the table and came up to the mirror. 6. The doctor does not allow you to rise, you must lie. 7. It was cool and he made up his mind to set/to lay the fire. 8. The prices for petrol have risen this year in comparison with the previous year. 9. His number is engaged. Maybe Mary again is speaking on the telephone. 10. Listen, somebody is walking downstairs. — I hear nothing.

Keys to Tests


Ic, 2b, 3b, 4c, 5a, 6a, 7d, 8a, 9b, lOb, lie, 12a, 13b, 14d, 15a, 16c, 17c, 18c, 19d, 20a

Test 2

la, 2d, 3b, 4b, 5d, 6c, 7c, 8d, 9d, 10с, lla, 12c, 13a, 14b, 15a, 16d, 17a, 18a, 19b, 20d, 21a, 22c, 23d, 24a, 25a


Ic, 2a, 3c, 4a, 5a, 6d, 7c, 8d, 9a, 10с, lla, 12a, 13d, 14c, 15d, 16b, 17c, 18d, 19d, 20c

Test 4

Ic, 2d, 3c, 4a, 5c, 6b, 7d, 8c, 9a, lOd, lib, 12d, 13d, 14c, 15c, 16a, 17a, 18d, 19c, 20a


Ic, 2c, 3d, 4a, 5b, 6d, 7b, 8a, 9d, 10с, lie, 12a, 13c, 14a, 15c, 16c, 17c, 18d, 19c, 20a

Test 6

Ic, 2b, 3c, 4c, 5b, 6d, 7a, 8c, 9b, lOd, lib, 12b, 13c, 14b, Ш, 16a, 17a, 18b, 19b, 20c


Ic, 2b, За, 4c, 5d, 6c, 7d, 8a, 9b, lOd, lib, 12b, 13a, 14c, 15c, 16d, 17a, 18b, 19d, 20d


Ic, 2a, 3b, 4b, 5d, 6c, 7d, 8a, 9b, 10с, lid, 12b, 13c, 14a, 15c, 16c, 17d, 18b, 19d, 20a

Final Test 1

Id, 2a, 3c, 4c, 5c, 6d, 7b, 8a, 9b, lOd, lib, 12c, 13d, 14a, 15c, 16b, 17d, 18c, 19a, 20a

Final Test 2



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