Complétez les phrases avec le mot qui convient:
1. Did you know that Chrissie got (embarassed / pregnant) on holiday in Ibiza?
2. The (signature / subject) I hate most is maths.
3. Sarah is a very (kind / sympathetic) person.
4. Keep (removing / stirring) the soup the whole time.
5. I couldn‘t agree more. That’s a very (sensible / sensitive) idea.
6. The ﬁlm The 0uie!Amen’can was a box-office (exit / success).
7. How many (idioms / languages) can you speak?
8. (Actua|Iy / Nowadays) I’m living with my parents again.
9. The poor live in the (slums / suburbs).
10. The police came to my (assistance / attendance).
11. I’ve got (a cold / constipation). Pass me a tissue, please.
12. I was only living with my parents (eventually / temporarily).
13. The government have (inverted / invested) a lot of money in the new scheme.
14. Do not (mvertfinvest) this package.
15. The Englishman wearing navy blue socks with sandals is a bit of a (stereotype / topic) in Spain.
16. He never stops moving some part of his body. He finds it impossible to (keep quiet / keep still).
17. We didn’t enjoy the wedding (absolutely / at all).
18. English is very (important / interesting) for my job.
19. All my immediate family live in England but I have a lot of (parents / relatives) in Canada.
20. My (joumey / working day) is from 8 am to 5 pm but it only takes me twenty minutes to get to the office.
21. The Red Cross are (controlling / monitoring) the situation in the north very closely.
22. The rebels are (controlling / monitoring) the entire north of the country.
23. (Eventually / Temporarily), we decided to go on holiday rather than buy a plasma TV.
- Did you know that Chrissie got pregnant on holiday in Ibiza?
- The subject I hate most is maths.
- Sarah is a very kind person.
- Keep stirring the soup the whole time.
- I couldn’t agree more. That’s a very sensible idea.
- The film The Quiet American was a box-office success.
- How many languages can you speak?
- Nowadays I’m living with my parents again.
- The poor live in the slums.
- The police came to my assistance.
- I’ve got a cold. Pass me a tissue. please.
- I was only living with my parents temporarily.
- The government have invested a lot of money in the new scheme.
- Do not invert this package.
- The Englishman wearing navy blue socks with sandals is a bit of a stereotype in Spain.
- He never stops moving some part of his body. He ﬁnds it impossible to keep still.
- We didn’t enjoy the wedding at all.
- English is very important for my job.
- All my immediate family live in England but I have a lot of relatives in Canada.
- My working day is from 8 am to 5 pm but it only take me twenty minutes to get to the ofﬁce.
- The Red Cross are monitoring the situation in the north very closely.
- The rebels are controlling the entire north of the country.
- Eventually. we decided to go on holiday rather than buy plasma TV.
|Achever||Achieve||Complete / finish||The renovation was finished at the end of 2010.
We have completed the programme.
|Actuellement||Actually||At the moment, currently.||At the moment I am revising my English.|
|Affluence||Affluence||Crowds||There were crowds of people in the streets.|
|Agenda||Agenda||Diary||I note all my appointments in my diary.|
|Ancien||Ancient||Former||Our former chairman was more dynamic.|
|Assister a||Assist||Attend||All the personnel must attend the meeting.|
|Avertissement||Advertisement||Warning||The message was sent as a warning.|
|Bail||Bail||Lease||We can move in as soon as we sign the lease.|
|Blesser||Bless||Hurt / injure||He was injured in a road accident.|
|Bribes||Bribes||Scraps, snatches||He overheard snatches of the conversation.|
|Chance||Chance||Luck||Good luck! I hope you’ll be as lucky as Tom.|
|Coin||Coin||Corner||The cinema is at the corner of the street.|
|Commander||Command||Order||He ordered food for everybody.|
|Conducteur||Conductor||Driver||She told the driver to be careful on the roads.|
|Confection||Confection||Clothing industry||He works in the clothing industry.|
|Controle||Control||Check||Tickets are checked before boarding.|
|Deception||Deception||Disappointment||His failure was a big disappointment.|
|Decevoir||Deceive||Disappoint||The players were disappointed not to win.|
|Delai||Delay||Time limit/deadline||We were given a time limit. Friday is the deadline.|
|Envie||Envy||Want / feel like||I don’t want to go/ I don’t feel like going.|
|Eventuellement||Eventually||Possibly/perhaps/if need be||Perhaps/If need be I could send a fax.|
|Formidable||Formidable||Great/terrific||You did a terrific job!|
|Fortuné||Fortunate||Wealthy, well-off||The money was donated by a wealthy man.|
|Fournitures||Furniture||Supplies||Julie is responsible for office supplies.|
|Gentil||Gentle||Nice / kind||She’s a nice person. Her remarks are always kind.|
|Grief (faire)||Grieve||Reproach||Amy reproached Tom for breaking his promise.|
|Habit||Habit||Clothes/ dress||The old man was wearing his Sunday clothes.|
|Ignorer||Ignore||Not pay attention
take no notice
|It’s best not to pay attention to his behaviour.
Take no notice of him!
I know nothing about the incident.
|Important||Important||Big / large||There was a big crowd waiting to see the Queen.|