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Jhonattan & Angie’s Test

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Jhonattan & Angie

Hii!! Thanks for being my student! You’ve been doing great!

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Choose «see», «wacth» or «look»

Would you like to ____ a film at the cinema  tonight?

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Choose «see», «wacth» or «look»

Would you like to ____ a film at my house tonight?

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Choose «see», «wacth» or «look»

You must better ____ at that map! I think you’re lost!

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Choose «see», «wacth» or «look»

Oh yes, I ____ what you mean.

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Choose «see», «wacth» or «look»

Denny and Phil ____ good tonight.

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Choose «see», «wacth» or «look»

You can’t ____ far in this fog.

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Choose the correct one

I ____ a huge amount of money to a friend and he didn’t pay me back

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Choose the correct one

Why do students ____ so much money from their parents?

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Choose the correct one

Will you ____ her your car? If she does any damage I can be the one who pays for it

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Choose the correct one

You know you can ____ anything from me!

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Choose the correct one

Peter won’t ____ his car to anyone!

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Choose the correct one

Could you ____ me some money, please?

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Complete the sentence with «Specially» or «Especially» as appropriate:

I want to throw a party _____________ for my brother

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Complete the sentence with «Specially» or «Especially» as appropriate:

This movie is ______________ for sensitising the audience

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Complete the sentence with «Specially» or «Especially» as appropriate:

My mum gets ______________ grumpy when my brother doesn’t listen to her

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Complete the sentence with «Specially» or «Especially» as appropriate:

We hired Ingles con Sebas classes, ______________ to level up our English

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Complete the sentence with «Specially» or «Especially» as appropriate:

Sebas likes Colombian singers, ________________ Shakira

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Complete the sentence with «Specially» or «Especially» as appropriate:

I like Italian food, _________________ spaghetti

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What adjective would be perfect to say «extreme» or «complete»?

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If you can’t solve a problem and you start feeling annoyed, what adjective would you use to express the way you’re felling?

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If you are reading a book or watching a movie that holds your attention completely, which adjective would you use?

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If someone is giving so many details that are not needed, which adjective would you use in order to characterise those extra details?

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If something or someone is respect or admired, usually because of a reputation for high quality, success, or social influence, which adjective would you use?

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If something is awful or very bad, which adjective would you use?

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If something is unacceptable, offensive or unusual, which adjective would you use?

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If something is very pleasant, attractive, or enjoyable, which adjective would you use?

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If you want to say that you need something without mistakes, which adjective would you use?

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If you feel extremely tired, especially as a result of excessive exertion, which adjective would you use?

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If you are very confident in your behaviour, and liking to be noticed by other people, for example because of the way you dress, talk, etc, which adjective would you use?

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If you are extremely hungry, which adjective would you use:

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There are some phrasal verbs that were evaluated in the Third Part of Inside Out. Let’s check them out:

What does «Figure out» mean?

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There are some phrasal verbs that were evaluated in the Third Part of Inside Out. Let’s check them out:

What does «Be in charge of» mean?

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There are some phrasal verbs that were evaluated in the Third Part of Inside Out. Let’s check them out:

What does «Make a fresh start» mean?

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There are some phrasal verbs that were evaluated in the Third Part of Inside Out. Let’s check them out:

What does «Be up» mean?

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There are some phrasal verbs that were evaluated in the Third Part of Inside Out. Let’s check them out:

What does «Turn around» mean?

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Complete the sentence with «Would» or «Used to» as appropriate:

I ____________ be very angry before getting that illness

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Complete the sentence with «Would» or «Used to» as appropriate:

I ____________ work in an office, but now I work in a hospital.

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Complete the sentence with «Would» or «Used to» as appropriate:

Elisabeth ____________ have a motorbike, but she sold it last year and bought a car.

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Complete the sentence with «Would» or «Used to» as appropriate:

Martina prefers staying at home now, but she ___________ travel a lot in the past.

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I’m afraid I’ll never ________________ in this place. I simply don’t like it and never will.

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When I had to commute to work every day I  ________________ very early.

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Don’t worry, it’s a simple program to use. You ________________ it in no time, I’m sure.

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We were surprised to see her driving – she ________________ when we first met her.

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He ______________ several books a month, but he doesn’t have time any more.

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When I started working here I needed a lot of help, but now I ______________ all the work on my own.

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Select the correct sentence:

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We use “Be used to” to talk about…

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