Match the following words and expressions with their Spanish equivalents.
 

1. to fit
2. to lose weight
3. to put on weight
4. to be on a diet
5. to weigh
6. to cut down on
7. to do exercise
8. to give up
 
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Rewrite the sentences with the correct form of make, let or be allowed to. Follow the example.
 

Example: My brother said I had to stay at home and do my homework.
My brother .


1. We can wear what we like to work.
Our boss
2. Can we take photos inside the museum?
Are
3. Do you have to speak German all the time?
Does your host family
4. She had to do extra work on Saturday.
Her boss
5. Can you borrow your brother's car?
Does your brother
6. They didn't let us go on the trip to New York because we're too young.
We weren't
7. We weren't allowed to use our mobile phones during the test.
The teacher didn't
8. Smoking is prohibited inside and outside the building.
You aren't

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Match the animal idioms with their meanings.
 

1. I’m sorry – I’ve let the cat out of the bag
2. Hold your horses
3. You’ll have to swallow your pride
4. I killed two birds with one stone
5. There’s something fishy going on

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Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word in CAPITALS. Do not change the word in CAPITALS.
 

1. My mum made me tidy up my room.
MADE
I up my room.
2. The dog has eaten Pepito's lunch.
HAD
Pepito by the dog.
3. A very young dentist is taking out my tooth tomorrow.
AM
I out by a very young dentist tomorrow.
4. Our boss cancelled the meeting because most of the staff had the flu.
CALLED
The meeting because most of the staff had the flu.
5. People aren't buying so many conventional books these days.
BOUGHT
Not so many conventional books these days.
6. The government isn't taking much notice of having a free and open Internet.
ATTENTION
Not much to having a free and open Internet.
7. I'm sure you didn't take this photo in Jamie Oliver’s house.
HAVE
This photo in Jamie Oliver's house.
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