Prepositions Present Continuous, Modal Verbs (can/could/have to), Make/Do, Somebody/Anywhere/Nothing.
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I phoned yesterday, but I ____ get an answer. Where were you?
Jane and John saved and saved, and finally they _____ buy the house of their dreams.
Were they _____ the car?
Then I realized where they were. They were _____ my favorite armchair.
Had I left them _____ work?
I’m learning Spanish because I want _____ speak when I’m in Mexico.
Come and see me _____ you want. I don’t mind.
They certainly weren’t _____ the table or _____ the floor.
When you’re not sure what to do, the best thing is to _____ nothing.
_____ we _____ have any vaccinations before we go to Barbados?
I looked _____ all the shelves and _____ all the cupboards.
In my country you _____ get married when you’re sixteen.
“Where were you at 2:00?”
“_____ the beach.”
Speak up! I _____ hear you!
Women _____ vote in England until 1922.
Every adult _____ go to work.
We have some lovely new neighbors; we’ve already _____ friends with them.
“Does _____ want a game of tennis?”
I like to keep fit, so I _____ exercises every day.
I _____ get into my house last night because I’d lost my key.
Would you like _____ to eat?
I have _____ more to say to you. Goodbye!
I _____ work very hard because I have an exam next week.
We asked to see the manager and we _____ a complaint about the terrible service in the restaurant.
What’s that smell? Can you smell _____ burning?
“Where do you want to go on holiday?”
“_____ hot. I don’t care if it’s Greece, Spain, Italy or Sahara, but it has to be hot.”
Nobody enjoys _____ get up at five o’clock in the morning.
_____ your grandmother _____ leave school when she was only fourteen?
I phoned the plumber because I _____ smell gas in the kitchen.
You _____ work hard after your exam. You can have a holiday.