Infinitive - Gerund Going to/Will, Comparative and Superlative Adjectives, Relative Pronouns (who/which/what/where) Prepositions
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After the earthquake, the country needed a lot of _____ equipment to look after the sick and wounded.
She’s _____ than her sister.
Please ask _____ help if you want.
I bought the coat _____ was in the shop window.
Where is the woman _____ ordered the fish.
“I’m really excited. I’m going on holiday to Australia tomorrow.
“_____ for walks?”
“What a good idea! It’s so hot today!”
They are the policemen _____ caught the thief.
My dad’s really ____. He always buys presents for everyone.
I don’t feel very well. I think I’m getting the flu.
“I need to post these letters.”
“I _____ shopping soon. I _____ them for you.”
He’s _____ older than he looks.
I hope _____ some money soon.
You can tell me your secret. I _____ anyone.
“Tony’s back from holiday.”
“_____ him a ring.”
Was Joan’s party better _____ Maria’s?
This book is full _____ pictures.
Who is the _____ man in the world?
Before you can get a credit card, you have to provide a lot of _____ details.
Julie is married _____ Sam.
“Has Amy got any plans for the weekend?”
“Yes, she _____ her grandparents.”
That’s the house _____ I was born.
I’m looking forward _____ more free time.
“Alison’s on the phone for you.”
“Can she call back? I ____ a bath.”
Can I speak _____ you for a minute?
I didn’t like that city at all. The streets were so _____ and the air was so _____.
“What _____ to do in the evening?”
“Why don’t we pop round and see Pat and Peter?”
I bought some warm boots today because _____ skiing.
Barbara hopes _____ a lawyer.
He gave him a watch _____ stopped after two days.