In a hurry, in a way, in all, in common, in danger, in debt, in difficult, in general,
in other words, in particular, in prison, in private, in public, in secret, in tears.
They get on well with each other because they have so much____.
The main character knew that she was____ and she managed to escape.
She must have been ____ because she rushed past me without saying hello.
This book contains 224 pages____.
____ I like spy stories but I didn’t enjoy that particular one.
Graham Greece’s novels are all good, but I like The Captain and the Enemy____.
He didn’t want anyone to know, so he told them____.
The hero had spent all his money and was____.
Let me know if you’re ____ and I will see if I can help you at all.
He seems charming____, but____ he’s aggressive and disagreeable.
If someone says, “I agree with you____” it means, ____, that they don’t really agree.
At the end of the story the heroine was ____ because her husband was____.
On, out of....
On business, on duty, on purpose, on the other hand, on the house, on the telephone, on the whole, on holiday/ vacation, on time, on your own, out of date, out of order, out of reach, out of stock, out of work, out of doors
It’s important to arrive ____ if you’re meeting someone____.
The lift is ____ so we will have to use the stairs.
Surely you don’t want to sit____, why don’t you join us?
There was nothing to pay because Harry, the owner, said their meal was____.
When we’re____ we always like to eat out____ if the weather’s nice.
Don’t get angry, I didn’t break the plate____.
Last year’s diary is no use because it is____.
We’re not____ so I will ring you from a public phone.
Frozen food is certainly convenient but, ____, fresh food tasted much better.
He lost his job last year and he’s been ____ ever since.
The frying pan is on the top shelf, it’s____.
I couldn’t get any mustard – it was ____ at my local shop.
A policeman shouldn’t join you for a drink if he’s ____.
____ I must say that I prefer eating at home to eating out.
III. Fill the blanks with these following phrasal verbs
let down (disappoint), set out, leave out (omit), stand by (support), turn up, stand up, turn over, turn down, have on (wear), give up, give away (reveal), run into (collide with), run out of, run over (kill or injure), run after (chase), run into (meet unexpectedly), run away with (leave secretly or illegally), give back (return), pull down (demolish), set up, let in (allow to enter)
It’s a very exclusive restaurant, they won’t ____ anyone ______ wearing jeans.
I’m sorry that I ____ you ____by arriving so late.
If you can’t answer a question, don’t ____ it - guess the answer.
It’s a shame that all the old buildings have been ____.
He braked suddenly to avoid ____ a dog but he lost control and ____ a tree.
You won’t believe thus: the pub has ____ beer.
We were walking past the farm when a large black dog started to ____ us.
I ____ an old school friend of mine the other day.
Mrs. Brown has ____ her best friend’s husband.
As they had a long way to go, they ____ early in the morning.
An organization was ____ to help unemployed people and their families.
A good friend will ____ you in good times and bad.
Everyone ____ while the national anthem was played.