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Macmillan Exam Skills for Russia: Grammar and Vocabulary (Грамматика и лексика).

Tony was asking …you & I told him that you were fine(for/ after/out)

It seemed as if the man was going to start a fight with the manager, but he eventually backed… (down/ out/in)

But you promised to help me this weekend — you can’t back… now! (in/out/off)

I’m really banking … getting that job in the supermarket.(about/of/on)

That’s the third time our car’s broken… this month! (in/ou/down)

Reports are coming in that five prisoners have broken … of Pentonwood Prison(of/out/down)

It seems that the fire broke… in the kitchen.(out and about/ out/in)

Because of recent events, the meeting has been brought …to the 29th.( forward/on/ out)

The government are planning to bring …a law banning hunting. (on/ in/ out)

Rain is always bringing…on my back & bones(on/ out/ for)

My Favourite pop group has just brought….a new albom(in/ away/out)

Parents always try to bring their children…in the best traditions(up/ in/out)

I hate to bring it… but will you give me back my money?(in/up/ out)

The manager said that the situation called…quick decision(in/ for/ up)

The concert was called… because of the bad weather(for/ off/ in)

You may carry…speaking, we are listening to you(on/ up/off)

The scientist carried…the experiment in order to get true results(on/ out/ up)

Your new hairstyle is great but I doubt that it’ll catch…(up/ on/in)

He ran a little faster to catch …with the group(on/up/in)

I’ve been chasing …this book for many years(for/after/on)

Don’t forget your passport to check…in the hotel(up/ in/ out for)

All the guests must check…before noon (up/ out/ on)

Let’s check…what is happening inside the house(in/ up/ out)

If it doesn’t clear…we’ll have to cancel the match( up/ in/out)

A lot of banks closed…during economical crisis last year(down/ up/ for)

Christmas is soon coming…, isn’t it?(up/ round/ on)

I came…some very useful information while looking through this site(round, across, in)

How did you come…this book?(on/ by/ for)

After being out in the storm, Alice came… with a cold(down/ on/ out)

At the age of 18, Roger suddenly came…a fortune(down/into/on)

I think it’s a very stupid plan & I’ll be amazed if it comes…(in/ for/ off)

This show is coming…next week(on/off/in)

I can’t wait until the next Harry Potter book comes…(off/out/on)

After worrying few minutes, Sean started to come … and opened his eyes.(round/for/ on)

Who do you think came … with the idea of the bicycle?(in/ up/ for)

Don’t worry-you can count … me to help if you need it.(for/ on/in)

Danny realised that he’d made a spelling mistake and crossed the word…( out/ on/ in)

If you can’t give up smoking, you could at least try to cut…( down/off/in)

My doctor has advised me to cut …on fat. (down/ on/ out)

The snow meant that the village was cut … for over a month(off/ out/ for)

When we move, don’t forget to tell them to cut the water and electricity …(off/on/out)

I was talking to Gordon on the phone when we were suddenly cut …(off/out/in)

It suddenly dawned … me that Sharon loved Oscar and that was why she was behaving so strangely.(for/ on/in)

My job mostly involves dealing … complaints from members of the public(for/ with/ out)

The actor waited for the laughter to die … before continuing.(down/out/on)

I think they should do … with double yellow lines and just let people park where they want to.(out/ away/with)

You should have your house done … before you sell it.(out/ on/up)

If there’s one thing I could never do …, it’s my mobile phone.(out/ without/ with)

The architect started to draw … the plans for the new house.(in/ for/up)

I used to love dressing … in my mum’s clothes when I was a little girl.(up/ on/out)

I hope you don’t mind me dropping…on you as I was passing by(with/ in/ out)

Let’s ask the taxi driver to drop us…outside the supermarket(in/ off/ on)

After a hard day at work, Harry dropped…in front of the TV(away/ in/off)

Dave’s parents were disappointed when he dropped…of the university(on/ out/ away)

The applause drowned…the last words of the actors(out/ in/off)

You have to face …to the fact he is stronger than you(on/ up/off)

Romeo really fell…Juliet when he first kissed her(in/ for/ out)

I told Sam that the meeting had already begun & he fell…it!(for/ in/ on)

Pamela hasn’t spoken to her father since they fell…8 years ago(for/ out/ in)

I don’t feel …to going out today(for/ off/ up)

Please, fill…the form before checking in.(out/ in/ on)

Let’s find…what they are doing at the moment(on/ in/ out)

While flicking…the magazine I saw a familiar face(through/ off/in)

This rainy weather really gets me…(in/down/ out)

I don’t know why but I can’t get….with my new English teacher(on/along/off)

The man pointed at the book but I couldn’t understand what he was getting…(on/in/at)

The police promised that the thief wouldn’t get…with the robbery(away/off/in)

When did you get…home yesterday?(at/back/in)

I couldn’t make a fortune but I got…(in/out/by)

It must be getting …for midnight(in/off/on)

They had supper & then got… with preparing for the exam.(on/ round/ in)

It took Mary a along time to get …after a cold.(on/ over/ off)

When do you think you’ll get …to repairing the house door?(on/ over/ round)

Can you imagine we’ve got …5 packets of milk this week?(over/ through/ off)

My brother & I used to get…to lots of things our parents didn’t allow.(over/through/up)

The books by this author were given…yesterday in the bookshop(off/ away/ up)

I know you haven’t seen this film yet, so I’m not going to give the ending…(away/off/up

I don’t know the answer & I give…(in/up/off)

The cooker in the kitchen gives …a lot of heat(in/off/ up)

I gave…the piano & started to play the guitar last year(up/ in/into)

We are planning to go…this summer(on/ away/off)

Churchill went…as a great war-time leader(away/ on/down)

You have to go…baseball, you’ve got lots of chances to win(down as/ on/in for)

I could never go…windsurfing, it’s so dangerous(in for/ away/ on)

I don’t want to go….the reasons for your strange behavior now(into/ in for/on)

Milk goes… very quickly(away/off/on)

A bomb went…near the supermarket yesterday & many people were injured(on/off/in)

I used to like rock but last year I went…(on/off/away)

Will you go…singing?(on/off/away)

He started by criticizing me & then went…to offer me promotion(in/in for/on)

I’d like to begin with going…what we did last week(off/on/over)

Would you like to come/go…to dinner tonight?(over, round/in)

I didn’t like reality shows at first but then they grew…me(on/off/into)

My ambition to be a computer programmer grew .. my hobby(on/ out of/ over)

Mum, I’ve grown…these jeans! I need new ones! (out of/over/on)

I’d like to be boss when I grow…(up/off/over)

These things were handed…to me by my granny(on/down/over)

When I found the wallet I handed it…to the police(down/over/in)

Please, hand …the copybooks!(in/out/down)

I was held …in the traffic jam(on/up/over)

You’ll feel much better if you join…, instead of just watching(on/in/off)

If you keep…being late for work, you’ll have great problems(off/on/in)

He was walking so fast that no one could keep …with him(up/on/on)

He was never knocked…in his career(in/out/off)

When you see an unknown word in the text, just leave it…(on/off/out)

People feel really let…by the government’s actions(out/down/in)

Police let the robber …with warning(off/out/in)

When you let the firework …,be very careful!(off/out/in)

The soldiers lined…in front of the general(on/in/up)

You can not live…bread and water alone(in/on/off)

Could you look … my cat while I’m on holidays?(at/on/after)

People who look …on others annoy me(after/for/down)

Police are looking….the robbery(down/into/for)

Look…!the car is driving fast(down/out/at)

We looked …the house but decided that it was too expensive(down/round/at)

I’ve always looked…you because you never give up(for/into/up to)

Just a second! I’m looking the address …in the notebook(at/up/out)

Look …the book & you’ll find the answers(for/after/through)

The burglar made…without being seen(out/off/up)

I can’t make…who this man is(off/for/out)

I had an argument with my friend last week but then we made…(up/of/up for)

Please, make…something or we are lost!(of/up/up for)

Leo made…a poem about & it was a success(up/up for/off)

We missed our bus & to make …the situation they gave us a lift(up/up for)

It was raining cats & dogs & we made…the nearest shop(up/up for/for)

The institute is named …its first founder(of/for/after)

The road narrows…in the most dangerous place(for/down/after)

I was sorry to hear that she had passed…(after/up for/ away)

She passed…during the operation(out/for/off)

The big boys in our school are constantly picking…the youngest(up/on/of)

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