Check Your Vocabulary for FCE by Rawdon Wyatt

By Rawdon Wyatt

This workbook is designed to aid scholars learning for the FCE (First certificates Examination). This college of Cambridge examination is taken via over 250,000 humans world wide each year and is among the most well-liked English Language instructing (ELT) assessments. It encompasses a diversity of actions to assist scholars construct and enhance their English vocabulary, and it really is appropriate for either self-study and school room use.

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__________ 20. __________ 21. __________ Task 3. IDIOMS, COLLOQUIALISMS AND OTHER EXPRESSIONS The following story uses expressions involving items of clothing. Replace them using an entry from the box. secretly • sacked him try to do better be quiet hit her hard • • • had a plan which he was keeping secret place wearing • worked • his on a small amount of money very closely best • clothes • secret nonsense • admire Bert had never been hand in glove with Mrs Jameson, our boss. One day, Mrs Jameson told him he had to pull his socks up.

Mr Johnson always wears plain trousers, a plain shirt and a jacket. On the beach. Bob is wearing a baggy pair of shorts with a horrible floral pattern, held up with a belt, a striped T-shirt, a pair of sandals with long black socks, and a cap to protect his head from the sun. He looks a sight! At a fashion show. Miranda is wearing a stunning outfit by designer Jean-Claude Cliché. Of course, many people would say that high heels, a tartan skirt, a blouse with a floral pattern and a spotted silk scarf don't match.

_______ me _______ until the work is finished. And my holiday? I've spent all my holiday money on building repairs! Phrasal Verbs with Run Look at the questions in the left-hand column and match them with a suitable response in the right-hand column. 1. Why has the clock stopped? A. I ran across it in an antiques shop in London. 2. Why is Molly in hospital? B. Yes. He says he's going to run for Prime Minister one day! 3. Why did you come home by bus? C. I'll run them off straight away. 4. Why's Rick looking so depressed?

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