Choose the correct answer.

1   I can’t … those silly people who always believe everything.

a) hand

b) stomach

c) finger

2   I caught him … that young lady.

a) eying

b) handing

c) heading

3   Whenever it comes to speaking his mind he always … down instead.

a) backs

b) hands

c) heads

4   Come on, shake a … we’re running late.

a) hand

b) foot

c) leg

5   Put your … down and tell them what you really think.

a) finger

b) foot

c) head

6   I had many drinks last night. I should go for … of the dog.

a) an ear

b) a hair

c) a foot

7   It won’t take her long to wrap you round her little … .

a) finger

b) tongue

c) body

8   Could you please give me a …? I need some help.

a) tooth

b) foot

c) hand

9   I have the information straight from the horse’s … .

a) back

b) mouth

c) foot

10   You should do your homework you lazy … .

a) bottoms

b) hips

c) bones

11   You could hear the … of great activity.

a) move

b) sound

c) sounding

12   You can hear the ants who are … drying grain.

a) doing

b) active

c) busy

13   The ants had … the grain during the summer.

a) collected

b) brought

c) assumed

14   Their plan was to eat this … during the winter.

a) provider

b) provision

c) providing

15   They were so … in their work that they didn’t notice me.

a) engrossed

b) enveloped

c) enlarged

16   The insect was practically … because it hadn’t eaten for ages.

a) stalking

b) straining

c) starving

17   The old man … them to let him have a little food.

a) bade

b) begged

c) bid

18   They asked him why he hadn’t … up food in the summer.

a) stored

b) stopped

c) stoked

19   The man … he had spent the whole summer enjoying himself.

a) contented

b) confused

c) confessed

20   They didn’t say that he would have to dance … to bed in the winter.

a) famished

b) famous

c) faded

21   They turn … their studies and experience the real world for a while.

a) aside from

b) into

c) down

22   One long hot summer I turned … waiting, as my method of getting cash.

a) to

b) into

c) down

23   Perhaps you should turn that word … a more specific one.

a) to

b) into

c) down

24   I turned my hand … many jobs during vacation periods.

a) out

b) to

c) into

25   The one business that hadn’t turned … my application was situated 25 kilometers away.

a) out

b) into

c) down

26   You turned … the drive and saw only hills all around.

a) out

b) into

c) down

27   The house has been turned … a small hostel.

a) to

b) out

c) into

28   The owners had to turn … all the rooms which were full of rubbish.

a) down

b) out

c) into

29   They had a problem. They had to turn … an old tramp who lived in the abandoned house.

a) out

b) aside from

c) into

30   The tramp turned … to be a relative to the owner, in the end.

a) to

b) out

c) down


1 b   2 a   3 c   5 b   6 b   7 a   8 c   9 b   10 c

11 b   12 c   13 a   14 b   15 a   16 c   17 b   18 a   19 c   20 a

21 a   22 a   23 b   24 b   25 c   26 b   27 c   28 b   29 a   30 b

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