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Is "You and I" a verb or noun?
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Use these phrases in sentences of your own, after finding out their meanings.
1. broke apart
2. streaked over
3. spread across
4. lifted off
5. blast off
6. went on
7. cheered along
8. on board
9. carry on
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Phrasal verb of tolerate is ___.
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What are these phrases commonly related to?
Come up against, Face up to, Resolve, Run into ___________
A) An ambition
B) A problem
C) A smell
D) A solution
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Choose the situation where you would most expect to hear the phrase.
Don't mind If I do thanks.
A) At a party
B) On the street
C) In a shop
D) At the cinema
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Fill in the blank using a meaningful phrase:
Everybody rushed out when the fire alarm _____ because of some technical fault.
A) went about
B) went out
C) went up
D) went off
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What does the phrase “get over” mean in this context? I got over the flu and now my brother has it.
A) Jump over
B) Recover
C) Finish
D) Got up
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Underline the noun phrases in the following sentences:
i) To forgive is divine.
ii) I enjoy walking in the garden.
iii) To smoke in public is a bad habit.
iv) He hopes to win the first prize.
v) I like to climb mountains.
vi) To know oneself is a difficult task.
vii) They love to paint good pictures.
viii) I hate to punish people.
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ASL Topic Humour and Wisdom 

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Select the noun phrase from the given sentence:
The blue house caught fire.
A) The blue
B) The blue house
C) Caught
D) Fire
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Combine the sentence correctly using; ‘so … that’.
The earrings were beautiful. I had to buy them.
A) The earrings were so beautiful that I had to buy them.
B) The earrings were so beautiful that I had to buy them.
C) So beautiful were the earrings that I had to buy them.
D) So that the earrings were beautiful that I had to buy them.
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What is the difference between humour and satire? Or are they just the same thing but different words.
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