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LANGUAGE PRACTICE 02 ADVANCED LEVEL

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Thẩm tâm y, November 20th, 2018 LANGUAGE PRACTICE FOR ADVANCED STUDENTS UNIT LANGUAGE PRACTICE FOR ADVANCED STUDENTS WORDS AND PHRASES 02 I. Common Phrases. Match each sentence (1-10) with comment from the same speaker (a-j). 1.. Gosh, it’s incredibiy hot today......f.... 2. I’m really terribly sorry about damaging your car........... 3. feel that proof of Smiths guilt has now been established............ 4. Well, that’s the last item we had to discuss............ 5. Why didn’t you phone me at all?.......... 6. It’s good plan, suppose............ 7. You may be the office manager.............. 8. The search has gone on now for three days............ 9. Don’t worry about the missing money........... 10. Haven’t you heard about Gordon and Eileen then?......... a. But that doesn’t give you the right to speak to me like that. b. Chances are ifs just an administrative error. c. Beyond shadow of doubt, in my opinion. d. For all you know, might be dead! e. thought it was common knowledge. f. could really do with cold drink. g. As far as it goes, that is. h. So think that covers everything, i. Hope appears to be fading, fm afraid. j. All can say is that it certainly won’t happen again. II. Suffix –ful. Complete the second sentence so that it has similar meaning to the first sentence. Use word formed from the word underlined ending in -ful. 1. Martin did his duty as son. Martin.................. ..................................................... 2. You didn’t show much tact, did you? You..........................................................................? 3. think the whole idea is flight of fancy. think the whole idea................................................ 4. We have relationship which means something. We have..................................................................... 5. have my doubts about this plan. am .......................................................................... 6. can only pity his performance, I’m afraid. His performance........................................................ 7. Smoking definitely harms the health. Smoking..................................................................... 8. It would be of some use to know what they intend to do. It would be ................................................................. 9. Jim doesn’t show any respect to his teachers. Jim ................. ............................................................. 10. I’m afraid your directions weren’t much help. I’m afraid...................................................................... III. On. Complete each sentence with word or phrase from the box. his retirement average the premises the market permanent basis its own merits purpose good terms the verge of loan 1. Each of the five peace plans will be judged on its own merits. 2. The company gave George gold watch on .......................... 3. We have decided to employ Sue on.......................from now on. 4. This is easily the best type of outboard motor on............................... 5. This Rembrandt is on.........................to the National Gallery at present. 6. There should be at least five fire extinguishers on ........................... 7. Mary has remained on.............................with her ex-husband. 8. Paul’s doctor says he is on.............................a nervous breakdown. 9. We serve ten thousand customers on.............................every week. 10. don’t think that was an accident. think you did that on ........................... IV. One. Complete each sentence with word or phrase from the box. one at time for one one another one-time one-way one by one all in one one-off one-sided one in three 1. You may disagree, but for one think the play is ghastly failure. 2. The match was a...............affair, with United dominating throughout. 3. Irene Woods, the..............singing star, has written her third musical. 4. According to survey,...............students are unable to pay tuition fees. 5. We are willing to make you a...............payment of £1000 as compensation. 6. Not all together please! Can you come out to the front................ 7. Jim is trainer, manager and driver................ 8. ...............the weary soldiers fell exhausted along the side of the road. 9. We can’t turn left here. It’s a..............street. 10. wish you kids would stop pushing..............and start behaving yourselves. V. Break. Match each sentence (1-10) with an explanation (a-j). 1. They have broken down several miles from home.....i.... 2. They worked on without break............ 3. They took the corner at breakneck speed............ 4. They got on well as soon as they had broken the ice............ 5. Their marriage is about to break up............ 6. They have made breakthrough at last........... 7. They broke off at that point............ 8. There has been break-in at their house............ 9. They broke the news to Julia gently........... 10. They broke her heart in the end........... a. They have made an important discovery,Thẩm tâm y, November 20th, 2018 LANGUAGE PRACTICE FOR ADVANCED STUDENTS UNIT b. They have been burgled, c. They got over their initial shyness, d. They were interrupted, e. They went on without stopping f. They made her very unhappy, g. They are on the verge of separating, h. They revealed what had happened, i. They have had trouble with their car. j. They were going extremely fast VI. Sounds. Underline the best option to complete each sentence. 1. bee was humming buzzing crashing angrily against the window pane, unable to get out. 2. The crowd banged rustled booed in disagreement as the politician left the platform. 3. The bus stopped at the traffic lights with screech howl /grind of brakes. 4. had to put some oil on the hinges to stop the door whining/ squeaking/ whimpering. 5. The sack of potatoes fell from the lorry with heavy crunch splash thud. 6. The helicopter passed overhead with grinding/ chirping whirring sound, like giant insect. 7. The mirror fell from the wall with whoosh crash screech. 8. Air was escaping from the punctured tyre with hissing bubbling puffing sound. 9. The tiny bells on the Christmas tree were clanging ringing tinkling in the draught. 10. The saucepans fell onto the floor with great clatter crunch ping. VII. Memory. Complete the second sentence so that it has similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. Do not change the word given. 1. This house makes me think of the place where grew up. REMINDS This house reminds me of the place where grew up. 2. used to remember things lot better. MEMORY My........................................................ it was. 3. Please say hello to your mother for me. REMEMBER Please.........................................................to your mother. 4. Edward couldn’t remember anything about the crash. MEMORY Edward..........................................................the crash. 5. Im sorry, but I’ve forgotten your name. SLIPPED I’m sorry but.............................. my mind. 6. Remind me to put the rubbish out. FORGET Don’t ......................put the rubbish out. 7. That makes me think of something that happened to me. BRINGS That.................................something that happened to me. 8. can never remember anything. FORGETFUL am ...................................................my old age. 9. will never forget seeing Nureyev dance. UNFORGETTABLE Seeing.......................................................... experience. 10. Caroline is very good at memorizing phone numbers. BY Caroline is very good t........................................ ........ VIII. No. Complete each phrase in bold with one of the words from the list below. choice knowing matter point use concern likelihood means trace wonder 1. It’s unfortunate, but fm afraid you give me no.......... 2. By the time the police arrived, there was no..............of the burglars. 3. It’s no..............asking me the way. I’m only visitor here. 4. If you will smoke so much ifs no ............ you have bad cough. 5. You go home, there’s no ............ in both of us waiting. 6. Mind your own business, it is no....................of yours. 7. As far as we know, the old man has no.................of support. 8. There is really no................what Eric will do next. 9. couldn’t solve the puzzle, no...............how hard tried. 10. At the moment there is no..............of the prime minister resigning ANSWER KEYS
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