Fill in the gaps with the right words: reflecting, fees, beggars, shabby, precise, risk, remained, twinkling, embarrassed, fancy.
Ann’s question made him feel really …..
She was absolutely alone, she sat in the armchair …….. on her future.
The old man’s clothes were too …….. to wear.
“I am so glad to see you,” he said, his eyes ………
Just …… that you are a popular singer. What will you feel?
There’s no …. that we’ll miss the train, there’s still plenty of time.
Mary is ……. the woman to solve this difficult problem.
The weather ………. cold for another couple of weeks.
I could have only a cheap dress and a coat, but I guess …… can’t be choosers.
The entrance …… to this organization have become very expensive.
2. Fill in the gaps with the right preposition where necessary.
1) The girl saw Henry taking that money ….. mere accident.
2) If you take the risk …… going there alone, you will be in great trouble.
3) He said nothing but gave a cursory glance … his reflection in the mirror.
4) Don’t brood …. this problem for so long, it will make you feel depressed.
5) Describe me everything ……precise detail.
6) I don’t fancy …… going out in such nasty weather.
7) I don’t understand why he is so embarrassed ….. this fact.
8) He hadn’t managed to cope with it, that was why he was begging …. another opportunity.
9) Try to reflect …. your future in a more positive way.
10) He just caught a sight ….. Mr Black’s new car and then entered the house.
The key: 1) embarrassed; 2) reflecting; 3) shabby; 4) twinkling; 5) fancy; 6) risk; 7) precise; 8) remains; 9) beggars; 10) fees.
By; 2) of; 3) at; 4)on/over; 5) in; 6) -; 7) by; 8) for; 9) on; 10) of.