Put the verbs in the correct tense to complete the sentences.
 

1. What (you do) next summer? Anything special?
2. If I (know) you were coming to visit, I wouldn’t (go) out.
3. I hope you (have) a wonderful time in Ibiza next month. I'll see you when you (get) back.
4. This time next week you and I (sit) on a beach in Mexico sunbathing and swimming in the sea.
5. I'm planning to retire at 65. I hope that I (earn) enough money to pay off our mortgage before then.
6. I heard the doorbell ring, but I (work) so I didn't answer it.
7. When I smelled his breath at the beginning of the meeting, I knew immediately that he (drink) before he arrived.
8. This is the most delicious carrot cake I (have). Can we (come back) again this afternoon for another slice?
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Choose the best word to complete the following food idioms.
 

1. I don’t believe a word that Sandra says. I take everything she tells me with a pinch of .
2. Giving up smoking and going to the gym every day has given me a lot more energy. I feel full of .
3. Samantha doesn’t stop talking about her successful son who’s a lawyer. He's the of her eye.
4. I love these new slippers. They keep my feet as warm as .
5. I’m sure that Pepito got the promotion because he lets his boss use his holiday home in Majorca. Pepito knows which side his is buttered.
6. Hey, let’s take a group photo in front of the camel. Come closer together and smile. Say !

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Choose the best word or phrase to complete the sentence.
 

1. I tried to take some money out the machine this morning and the bloody thing ate my card!
2. Our neighbours are more than just rich, they're absolutely in it.
3. We try to put a little money every month for when we go on our cruise next year.
4. Our friends have put in a swimming pool and bought a new car. They've obviously got money to .
5. I find it difficult to on my salary. I certainly can't afford to go away on holiday.
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Choose the best preposition:
 

1. Who’s the person responsible buying the biscuits in this office?
2. Pepito’s very proud the fact that he past his English exam.
3. We’re very disappointed your attendance and performance this year, and I’m afraid we’re going to have to let you go.
4. I’m crazy this new girl who’s just moved in to our apartment building. She’s so attractive!
5. Before you put up the money to invest this company, I think you should be aware the risks.
6. Don’t boast it, I think you should be ashamed what you did.
7. Sarah was angry me not remembering our anniversary.
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