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Vocabulary Exercise with answers | Verbs of movements

Vocabulary Exercise with answers | Verbs of movements

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Exercise 

Complete the following expressions with the appropriate verb:

  1.   up the hill
  2.   for miles
  3.   back and relax
  4.   in bed
  5.   into the pool
  6.   out of the window
  7.   up and down
  8.   down the road
  9.   across the table
  10.   off the roof
  11.   the ladder
  12.   on the beach
  13.   against the wall
  14.   on a stool
  15.   to school

ANSWERS

  1. climb up the hill
  2. walk for miles
  3. sit back and relax
  4. lie in bed
  5. jump into the pool
  6. lean out of the window
  7. jump up and down
  8. walk down the road
  9. lean across the table
  10. jump off the roof
  11. climb the ladder
  12. lie on the beach
  13. lean against the wall
  14. sit on a stool
  15. walk to school

Vocabulary Exercise | As or Like

Vocabulary Exercise | As or Like

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Exercise 2

Complete the sentences with as or like:

1.  we all know, Sam is moving to Brazil.

2. She is  a sister to me.

3. She is as smart  I am.

4.  your doctor, I suggest that you quit smoking.

5. He behaved  if he were upset.

6. He looks  Tom Cruise.

7. My sister sings  an angel.

8. He was sworn in  president.

9. He’s tall,¬†¬†his brother.

10. We worked  English teachers in Japan.


ANSWERS

  1. As we all know, Sam is moving to Brazil.
  2. She is like a sister to me.
  3. She is as smart as I am.
  4. As your doctor, I suggest that you quit smoking.
  5. He behaved as if he were upset.
  6. He looks like Tom Cruise.
  7. My sister sings like an angel.
  8. He was sworn in as president.
  9. He’s tall,¬†like¬†his brother.
  10. We worked as English teachers in Japan.

Vocabulary Exercise | As or Like

Vocabulary Exercise | As or Like

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Exercise 1

Complete the sentences with as or like:

1. They don’t look¬†¬†their parents.

2. Girls  her are very shy.

3. I saw my dad  he was getting off the bus.

4. He’s strong, just¬†¬†his father.

5.¬†¬†you can see, I’m not really upset.

6. He is very much  his brother.

7. She likes him  a friend.

8. He wanted to work  a journalist.

9. I’m tired. I’ve been working¬†¬†a dog.

10. They went to the party  boyfriend and girlfriend.

 


ANSWERS

  1. They don’t look like their parents.
  2. Girls like her are very shy. 
  3. I saw my dad as he was getting off the bus.
  4. He’s strong, just¬†like¬†his father.
  5. As¬†you can see, I’m not really upset.
  6. He is very much like his brother.
  7. She likes him as a friend.
  8. He wanted to work as a journalist.
  9. I’m tired. I’ve been working¬†like¬†a dog.
  10. They went to the party as boyfriend and girlfriend.

Vocabulary Exercise | Say, tell, talk or speak

Vocabulary Exercise | Say, tell, talk or speak

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Exercise 3

Complete each sentence with the appropriate word:

1. Please¬†¬†up. I can’t hear you.

2. Don’t¬†¬†him about our plans.

3. I waited for an answer, but she didn’t¬†¬†a word.

4. Do you  English?

5. We should  him out of going there.

6.   for yourself. I have a different opinion.

7. I’d like to¬†¬†it over with my parents¬†before making a decision.

8. Don’t¬†¬†back to your teachers!

9. He  that he would wait for me at the post office.

10. He  us that he was going to buy a new computer.


ANSWERS

  1. Please speak up. I can’t hear you.¬†
  2. Don’t tell him about our plans.
  3. I waited for an answer, but she didn’t say a word.
  4. Do you speak English?
  5. We should talk him out of going there. 
  6. Speak for yourself. I have a different opinion. 
  7. I’d like to talk it over with my parents before making a decision.¬†
  8. Don’t talk back to your teachers!¬†
  9. He said that he would wait for me at the post office.
  10. He told us that he was going to buy a new computer.

Vocabulary Exercise | Say, tell, talk or speak

Vocabulary Exercise | Say, tell, talk or speak

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Exercise 2

Complete each sentence with the appropriate word:

1. Can you  me the time?

2. My watch ¬†nine¬†o’clock.

3. It is often  that the world is becoming smaller and smaller.

4. I can’t¬†¬†the difference between them.

5. It goes without¬†¬†that we’ve had a lot of fun doing this.

6. Come here, Paul. We need to .

7. To¬†¬†you the truth, I don’t remember anything.

8. Did the director  at the conference?

9. Do you know how to  good-bye in Japanese?

10. We spent the whole afternoon  about movies.


ANSWERS

  1. Can you tell me the time? 
  2. My watch says¬†nine o’clock.¬†
  3. It is often said that the world is becoming smaller and smaller.. 
  4. I can’t tell the difference between them.¬†
  5. It goes without saying that we’ve had a lot of fun doing this..¬†
  6. Come here, Paul. We need to talk.
  7. To tell you the truth, I don’t remember anything.
  8. Did the director speak at the conference?
  9. Do you know how to say good-bye in Japanese?
  10. We spent the whole afternoon talking about movies.

Vocabulary Exercise | Say, tell, talk or speak

Vocabulary Exercise | Say, tell, talk or speak

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Exercise 

Complete each sentence with the appropriate word:

1. I didn’t hear you. What did you¬†?
say
tell
talk

2. Paul and I  for three hours.
talked
told
said

3. I’m going to¬†¬†to him about this.
talk
speak
les deux sont corrects

4. I’m going to¬†¬†him the truth.
talk
tell
les deux sont corrects

5. She always knows the right thing to .
speak
talk
say

6. Don’t¬†¬†to your mother¬†in that tone!
speak
tell
say

7. I  her that I loved her.
told
said
spoke

8. She and I  all night.
told
les deux sont corrects
talked

9. Hi, this is Sam. We  on the phone last Tuesday.
told
said
spoke

10.¬†¬†¬†up! I can’t hear you!
Speak
Talk
Tell


ANSWERS

  1. I didn’t hear you. What did you say?
  2. Paul and I talked for three hours.
  3. les deux sont corrects
  4. I’m going to¬†tell him the truth.
  5. She always knows the right thing to say.
  6. Don’t¬†speak to your mother¬†in that tone!
  7. I told her that I loved her.
  8. She and I talked all night.
  9. Hi, this is Sam. We spoke on the phone last Tuesday.
  10. Speak up! I can’t hear you!

Vocabulary Exercise | Listen or Hear?

Vocabulary Exercise | Listen or Hear?

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Exercise 

Complete each sentence with the correct form of the verbs listen or hear.

Ex: It was so loud in there that I couldn’t hear (hear/listen) a thing.

1. They were (hearing/listening to) the new Morrissey album.

2. I don’t (hear/listen to) jazz.

3. ! (Hear/Listen) I’ve already told you to stop bothering me!

4. Did you (hear/listen) what he said to me?

5. To be honest, I wasn’t (hearing/listening).

6. You don’t have to agree with her, but at least (hear/listen) her out.

7. I’ve told her to stop smoking, but she just doesn’t (listen/hear)

8. Betty turned on the radio, and was (hearing/listening to) the news.

9. What did you say? I can’t (hear/listen to) you.

10. After his accident, Robert is having a hard time (hearing/listening).


ANSWERS

  1. They were listening to the new Morrissey album.
  2. I don’t¬†listen to¬†jazz.
  3. Listen! I’ve already told you to stop bothering me!
  4. Did you hear what he said to me?
  5. To be honest, I wasn’t¬†listening.
  6. You don’t have to agree with her, but at least¬†hear¬†her out.
  7. I’ve told her to stop smoking, but she just doesn’t¬†listen.
  8. Betty turned on the radio, and was listening to the news.
  9. What did you say? I can’t¬†hear¬†you.
  10. After his accident, Robert is having a hard time hearing.

Vocabulary Exercise | Look, See or Watch

Vocabulary Exercise | Look, See or Watch

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Exercise 3

Complete the following sentences with look, see or watch in the appropriate form:

Ex: Don’t watch so much television.

1. I was (watching / seeing / looking) the new episode of Game of Thrones.

2. Did you (watch / see / look) my brother at the store?

3. You have to (watch / see / look) at this from a different point of view.

4. I was (watching / seeing / looking) the game, and I didn’t you standing there.

5. (Watch / See / Look) at that bird!

6. I’ve (watched / seen / looked) that actress in several other movies.

7. (Watch / See / Look) it! You almost ran me over with your motorcycle!

8. ? (Watch / See / Look) I told you you’d do well!

9. He was (watching / seeing / looking) for another job.

10. He doesn’t fool me. I can (watch / see / look) right through him.


ANSWERS

  1. I was watching the new episode of Game of Thrones.
  2. Did you see my brother at the store?
  3. You have to look at this from a different point of view.
  4. I was watching the game, and I didn’t see you standing there.
  5. Look at that bird!
  6. I’ve seen that actress in several other movies.
  7. Watch it! You almost ran me over with your motorcycle!
  8. See? I told you you’d do well!
  9. He was looking for another job.
  10. He doesn’t fool me. I can see right through him.

Vocabulary Exercise | Look, See or Watch

Vocabulary Exercise | Look, See or Watch

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Exercise 2

Complete the following sentences with look, see or watch:

Ex: Don’t watch so much television.

1. Hey, I didn’t¬†¬†you at the meeting this morning.

2. Don’t¬†¬†directly at the sun.

3. The police decided to  him for a couple of hours.

4. I’ll escort her to the door. = I’ll¬†¬†her out.

5. The rain was falling so hard, that I couldn’t¬†¬†where I was driving.

6. Hey,¬†¬†the road. Don’t get distracted.

7. You know what they say, “, but don’t touch”.

8. I don’t¬†¬†what the problem is.

9. If you want to stay healthy, you should  your diet.

10. You  really beautiful.


ANSWERS

  1. Hey, I didn’t¬†see¬†you at the meeting this morning.
  2. Don’t¬†look¬†directly at the sun.
  3. The police decided to watch him for a couple of hours.
  4. I’ll escort her to the door. = I’ll¬†see¬†her out.
  5. The rain was falling so hard, that I couldn’t¬†see¬†where I was driving.
  6. Hey,¬†watch¬†the road. Don’t get distracted.
  7. You know what they say, “look, but don’t touch”.
  8. I don’t¬†see¬†what the problem is.
  9. If you want to stay healthy, you should watch your diet.
  10. You look really beautiful.

Vocabulary Exercise | Look, See or Watch

Vocabulary Exercise | Look, See or Watch

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Exercise 1

Complete the following sentences with look, see or watch:

  1. You can’t¬†¬†far in this fog.
  2. Denny and Phil  good tonight.
  3. Did you  Coronation Street yesterday evening?
  4.  out for pickpockets.
  5. Can you  the blue car on the left?
  6.  you tomorrow, if nothing comes in between.
  7. It¬†¬†like rain, doesn’t it?
  8. Oh yes, I  what you mean.
  9. Hey, what’s wrong? You really¬†¬†unhappy.
  10. I’m afraid, Linda has to¬†¬†doctor.

ANSWERS

  1. You can’t see far in this fog.
  2. Denny and Phil look good tonight.
  3. Did you watch Coronation Street yesterday evening?
  4. Watch out for pickpockets.
  5. Can you see the blue car on the left?
  6. See you tomorrow, if nothing comes in between.
  7. It looks like rain, doesn’t it?
  8. Oh yes, I see what you mean.
  9. Hey, what’s wrong? You really look unhappy.
  10. I’m afraid, Linda has to see doctor.