202 useful exercises for IELTS by Garry Adams, Terry Peck, Helenka Piotrowski

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3. to be up: (to be ended— said only of time) 1. "The time is up," the teacher said at the end of the test. 2. We will have to stop practicing on this piano now; our time is up and the next student wants to use it. 4. on time: (exactly at an appointed time, not late) 1. I thought Margaret would be late for our 12:00 appoint­ ment, but she arrived right on time, walking in at exactly noon. 2. Did you get to work on time this morning or were you late? 3. The 5:15 train to Jamaica left on time. 5.

Why do the two boys take turns helping in the kitchen each night? 4. Who took turns with Carl driving the car on the trip to Florida? 30 essential idioms in english Congratulations, Higgins. You're in charge of the ship now. 5. Whom were you about to telephone when your friend called? 6. What were you about to say when I interrupted you? 7. When your clothes are worn out, do you throw them away or give them to someone? 8. Do you like to keep old magazines or do you always throw them away? 9. Why did William throw away that newspaper?

4. off and on: (irregularly, occasionally — also on and off) 1. We don't go to the theater often — just off and on. 2. She comes here off and on to see what new books we have. 5. to catch fire: (to begin to burn) 1. No one seems to know how the building caught fire. 2. Do not stand too close to that stove. Your clothes may catch fire. 6. to look into: (to investigate, examine carefully) 1. The police are looking into the past record of the suspect. 2. The electrician has promised to look into our faulty wiring and give us an estimate next week.

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