English B2

English B2

  1. 1. I usually A my alarm clock B 6:30 a.m.
    A


    B


  2. 2. We're happy in the house, A there's a lot to do.
    A




  3. 3. A Mississippi river flows into B Gulf of Mexico.
    A


    B


  4. 4. He suggested A to the cinema.
    A




  5. 5. We'll be probably watching TV when you A.
    A




  6. 6. When he A at the platform, the train B.
    A


    B




  7. 7. We saw that one of the windows A.
    A




  8. 8. We were disappointed with the service but it was A for us to complain. We're not coming again.
    A




  9. 9. I'm sorry but I'm afraid I can't come. I A lunch with my father-in-law at 1:00 pm today.
    A




  10. 10. It's not easy A convince somebody B a brand new car.
    A


    B



  11. 11. No entry. A only.
    A




  12. 12. I A hate it when people smoke indoors. It is annoying!
    A




  13. 13. Please don't get me A but I don't think you have the authority to resolve this matter.
    A




  14. 14. It A the waitress, I'm sure. She wasn't in the room when the bag was stolen.
    A




  15. 15. We A the programme for six weeks straight, but it was absolutely worth the time!
    A




  16. 16. Many people don't like A to carry their IDs with them all the time.
    A




  17. 17. I'll never forget A to Canada when I was ten.
    A




  18. 18. It took Mary a few minutes before she realized that she had been driving in the wrong A. She should've been driving in the left one.
    A




  19. 19. She is too A to write about the case objectively.
    A




  20. 20. I get annoyed by people who don't pull their A around the house.
    A




  21. 21. Even though we remind ourselves that it's only a commercial, we tend to fall A them and buy things we don't need.
    A




  22. 22. A teenager has been accused of A after he had set fire to an empty factory.
    A




  23. 23. You A her. Now everybody's going to know.
    A




  24. 24. If I A back by 9:00, start dinner without me.
    A




  25. 25. With his trousers somewhat scruffy and the look on his face, all that made the old lady very A of the young man.
    A




  26. 26. George is a very A dancer, he keeps treading on his partner's toes.
    A




  27. 27. CCTV cameras can make people more A for their actions.
    A




  28. 28. He looked very A; his hair was messy, he hadn't shaved his beard and he had worn the same clothes for ages.
    A




  29. 29. He's going to have to pull his A up if he wants to stay in the team.
    A




  30. 30. She asked me what I had watched on TV the A night.
    A