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Tecnológico de Estudios
Superiores de Coacalco
Guía de Estudio para examen de Cuarto semestre
I. - Answer the next questions.
1. What is a phrasal verb?
2. What is an idiom?
3. What is a collocation?
4. What is a major?
5. What is a career?
II. - Complete the chart.
Phrasal Verb
III. - Choose the correct option.
1. – A: Can you talk now?
B: I’m ________________ go to the dentist, so hurry up!!!
a) Above all
b) Add up
c) About to
2. – A: You are probably too tired to play another game of racquetball, right?
B: I’m not too tired, really. _________________________________, I’d enjoy another game.
a) All at once
b) As a matter of fact
c) Be my guest
3. - A: Will you support my proposal at the meeting?
B: Certainly. You can ____________________ my support.
a) Bank on
b) Call it a day
c) Care for
4. - I was talking to my aunt when suddenly my cousin George Ann _______________________________ our
a) Cut out for
b) Come down with
c) Broke in on
d) come up with
5. - A: I understand Diana lost her job.
B: Yes, but she’s actually ____________________. She found a more interesting job, with a higher salary.
a) Better of
b) Cheer up
c) Cut off
d) Catch on

V. - Give and advice according to the situation. Use the word into the parentheses.
1. Your best friend has a problem with his girlfriend, and you say:
(ought to)
(had better not)
2. You must present an important job interview in a big company and you think:
(ought not to)
(had better)
3. You think your brother is going to commit a crime, you say to him:
(ought to)
(had better no)
4. You and your best friend are recommending to a friend of yours, the best way to select a major, so you advise him:
(ought to)
(ought not to)
(had better)
(had better not)

VI. - Fill in the gaps with somebody, anybody, nobody, something, anything, nothing, somewhere, anywhere or
1. I know __________ about this issue that you may find interesting, but if I tell you, you must promise to keep it (a)
2. __________ lives here. There is no water.
3. I spent the night __________ near the beach
4. __________ could have jumped over this wall, and stole your rake. It's very low.
5. __________ scares him. He's very brave.
6. There is __________ to park here. Let's go __________ else to park.
7. Would you like __________ to wash your hands?.
8. May I have __________ for dessert, please?
9. They took him __________ in London, and he never returned.
10. Please don't leave __________ behind at home. We'll be away for a fortnight.
VII. - Use either as … as or not as … as in the sentences below.
Example: Ben Nevis is __________ as Mont Blanc (not/high).
Answer: Ben Nevis is not as high as Mont Blanc.
1) The blue car is ______________________________________ the red car. (fast)
2) Peter is ____________________________________________Fred. (not/tall)
3) The violin is _________________________________________ the cello. (not/low)
4) This copy is _________________________________________ the other one. (bad)
5) Oliver is ____________________________________________ Peter. (optimistic)
VIII.- Choose the correct answer for each question.
1. I_______________ go to Altea than bloody Benidorm any day.
a) 'd rather
b) 'd better
2. We_______________ you didn't hang out with Craig. He's bad news.
a) 'd rather
b) 'd better
3. You_______________ not say a word about this to David.
a) 'd better
b) 'd rather

4. A: Can I borrow your car?
B: You_______________ not!
a) 'd better
b) 'd rather
5. You_______________ take insect repellant if you're camping near a lake.
a) 'd better
b) 'd rather
IX. - Write sentences using the phrasal verbs from exercise IV.
Phrasal Verb

Ask sb out


Ask around


Blow up


Break in


Bring sth up


Come apart


Eat out


Find out


Get on sth


Give up

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