Activating Vocabulary: No. 1 by Mark Fletcher

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Heellowed 5th needs/requires/wants can be followed by an -log form or by The car needs Mrvlcln/Vto be servIced. 38 a passive Infinitive 3a Grammar: Infinitive & -ing 2 Put the verbs In brackets Into -ing form or the correct form of infinitive. o The police allowed him "to leave (leave) after he 4 I don't mind ....................................... (help) you wrth your homework, had made a statement. 1 She advised us ....................................... (take) 5 This room needs ........................................

That they all appeared uninterested. 13 Sania's preferer"ICe is for a nine-to-fivejob. . . thetelephoneringing. 23 Your sending her flowers in hospital was a ...... thoughtful gesture. """ .. Sania •. from nine to 14 I will probably nave to gel ...... rrve. my car serviced soon. ...... ............................................ in hospital . 24 I couldnl help noticing how friendly he's been towards you recently. ,,' My car . .. ..... .. .. ................... .... soon.

Latecomers will go hungry! deIIlablowto abOl' cause sbgreatdifficultyor I th: spoil their plans 5 She's been .. , "" ..... " ..... at work ever since she was criticised by her boss for losing be on the defensive: protectooeselfbecauseone feels insecure or threatened 6 Despite being identical twins, Deidre and Doona having a quality simply becau se of what it is bydeftnltlon: (fol) ctonkey'l (Inf): years (for) a very longtime an important contract. don't. . ........ on everything. 7 Mrs Gibson is an extremely shrewd shopper and 8 Initially Brian appears shy and introspective there·s .........................................

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