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two-part expressions, theory and exercises

Posted by marisadedios on January 28, 2008

These are the exercises we have done in class today.


two-part expressions 1

two-part expressions 2

two-part expressions 3

two-part expressions 4

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two-part expressions, write a paragraph

Posted by marisadedios on January 28, 2008

How about writing a short paragraph about a topic of your choice trying to introduce as many two-part expressions as possible?

Peter still had some bits and pieces to do at work but he was sick and tired of working overtime. He knew this was part and parcel of his new position in the company but he wasn’t ready to miss that wine and dine at his favourite restaurant in town. So he switched his computer off and went home. There was Mary, ready and waiting, “Good Evening, darling”, she said.

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two-part expressions

Posted by marisadedios on January 22, 2008

If you want to practise more on these expressions (alive and kicking etc), click here

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two-part expressions:alive and kicking

Posted by marisadedios on January 18, 2008

In unit 4.3 we have studied binomials, two-word expressions, Can you add one?

to be alive and kicking: to continue to live or exist and be full of energy.
Peter was alive and kicking the other day, happy to be fully recovered from his illness.

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