Infinitive - Gerund Going to/Will, Comparative and Superlative Adjectives, Relative Pronouns (who/which/what/where) Prepositions
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Some people like _____ breakfast in bed, but I don’t.
That’s the palace _____ the King lives.
Are you as tall _____ your brother?
They are the policemen _____ caught the thief.
Please ask _____ help if you want.
Here is the ____ news. Share prices on the Dow Jones Index have fallen dramatically.
My dad’s really ____. He always buys presents for everyone.
“Coffee or tea?”
“I ____ tea, please.”
I don’t feel very well. I think I’m getting the flu.
My brother is interested _____ math.
A: Did you get my fax?
B: No, I didn’t.
A: OK, I _____ it again.
You can tell me your secret. I _____ anyone.
I’m looking forward _____ more free time.
I didn’t like that city at all. The streets were so _____ and the air was so _____.
“Can I speak to Marco?”
“Hold on. I _____ him.”
“I feel really depressed at the moment. Nothing’s going right in my life.”
“_____ for walks?”
“What a good idea! It’s so hot today!”
I bought the coat _____ was in the shop window.
He gave him a watch _____ stopped after two days.
Are you afraid _____ flying?
Here are the letters _____ arrived this morning.
“Mary’s family is very rich.”
“Well, I knew her uncle was very _____.”
Who is the _____ man in the world?
The disco was so _____ that you couldn’t hear yourself speak.
“What _____ New York like?”
“It’s really exciting!”
“I _____ out now, Mum. Bye!”
“OK. Have a good time. What time _____ home?”
Rome was hotter _____ I expected.
After the earthquake, the country needed a lot of _____ equipment to look after the sick and wounded.
You must see my new flat. ____ round and _____ a drink some time.
Barbara’s _____ than Sarah.