complete the sentences.
over have good relationship with somebody
up recover from
on/along affect, influence somebody or something
off escape a punishment
1) I hate getting …early.
2) His illness was really serious — it took him two months to get …it.
3) They seem to get ….pretty well.
4) She got …lightly.
5) I don’t know what’s got …him.
asleep loose one’s balance
down go to sleep
1) She fell …at a Physical Training lesson at school today.
2) I was so tired that I fell …immediately.
into be used up
away meet by chance
over leave or escape from a place, person or situation of danger
1) Our food is about to run …..
2) I ran …Samantha and Kathy on the way home.
3) The bath is running ….
4) Children who run …from homes normally go to big cities.
in resemble (a parent)
after become very popular
off visit a place or event on the way to another
1) We maybe take …..a cafe on the way to the cinema.
2) Both my sister and I took …our mother.
3) The newly launched electronic newspaper has really taken ….
around switch off
out switch on
on move so as to face in the opposite direction
off prove to be the case
1) Alice turned …and walked down the corridor.
2) Turn …the TV and start studying!
3) Can I turn … the TV, please? There’s my favourite quiz show on!
4) The job of a copywriter turned …to be tough and boring.
on cancel or postpone the meeting with someone
off place clothes, glasses or jewellery on part of one’s body
up show some skills in a competitive situation
1) He was very busy, so he had to put …the meeting with Martin till 9 o’clock.
2) It’s cold outside. Put …..your coat!
3) He put ……..a brave fight.
for take care of
forward await eagerly
1) We look ….to seeing you at our place next week.
2) Maria stayed at home to look …her small children.
3) What are you doing under the table? — I’m looking ….my earring.