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Choose the words or expressions from the box to complete these texts.
Write sentences with the same meaning, using the word in brackets. In some cases you need to add a verb ending to the word given.
Both my sisters are pregnant at the moment. (EXPECT)
Twins were born to Amanda Harrison last Monday. (BIRTH)
She has been taking medication to help her conceive. (FERTILITY)
All my grandparents lived to their 80s or 90s. (RIPE)
My grandmother is 90 but she is still very mentally alert. (WITS)
Unfortunately the deceased died intestate. (WILL)
John bequeathed £1,000 to each of his three nephews. (INHERIT)
Yesterday was indeed a black day for our country. Twenty-five people 1)__________ in an earthquake. There were ten road accident 2)____________ and five more were 3)__________ in a terrorist bomb attack. Among the 4)__________ was one of our most popular young politicians.
I’m very sad to have to tell you that my grandfather 5)________ last month. He was very kind and 6)___________ each of his grandchildren quite a large sum of money. I’d love to spend some of the money I 7)________ on visiting you. He also left a very large 8)__________ to the university where he worked for most of his life.
17) Match the phrasal verbs underlined in the sentences 1-9 with the definitions A-I below:
1 Let us hope that they have the courage to do away with the physical punishment of children.
2 My brother was always in trouble but he was too honest. If I was in trouble I always denied doing anything wrong and usually got away with it!
3 When I look back on my childhood, I realize my parents treated me really very fairly.
4 If I ran out of money, I would sometimes “borrow” some from my mother’s purse.
5 Sometimes I wished my Dad would just give me a smack. It would have been better than listening to him going on about “responsibility”.
6 I can remember the first time I stood up to my Dad. He wanted to punish me for coming back after midnight when I was 15 but I just told him I wasn’t a child any longer and he couldn’t tell me what to do.
7 I don’t exactly look down on my parents who smack their children, but I do think that they could find other ways of disciplining their children if they really thought about it.
8 I was really badly behaved when I was a teenager but I seemed to grow out of it when I reached my early twenties.
9 I didn’t get into much trouble at school – except for once when I was caught fooling around with some chemicals in a science laboratory.
A to not run away from, to resist
B to escape without punishment
C to consider inferior
D to think about something in the past
E to become too old to do something
F to not have any left
G to behave irresponsibly
H to talk about something for a long time and in a boring way
I to abolish
Work in pairs. Look at the sentences again. Are any of them true for you? Do any of them remind you of people you know or knew?
Choose the words or expressions from the box to complete these texts. Write sentences with the same meaning, using the word in brackets. In some cases you need to add a verb ending to the word given. Both my sisters are pregnant at the moment. (EXPECT) Twins were born to Amanda Harrison last Monday. (BIRTH) She has been taking medication to help her conceive. (FERTILITY) All my grandparents lived to their 80s or 90s. (RIPE) My grandmother is 90 but she is still... [читать подробенее]