Учим устойчивые словосочетания из Destination B2. Часть 6

Устойчивые словосочетания украшают не только письменную, но и устную речь. Советую будущим выпускникам при составлении примерного устного высказывания дома почаще заглядывать в Destination B*. Использование относительно более сложных грамматических конструкций и ЛЕ  не из базовых учебников даст вашим экзаменаторам поставить максимальную оценку. В своей же заметке я предлагаю вашему вниманию упражнение на закрепление устойчивых конструкций по теме «Law and crime»
Придумайте слово, которое можно будет использовать в каждом предложении предложенном в каждой ситуации.

Упражнения на устойчивые сочетания

1 [necessary]
If ***, we can always change the dates of our trip.
Is it *** for all of us to be present at the meeting this afternoon?
We don’t want to take any more luggage with us than is strictly ***.
2 [order]
I agreed to her suggestion in *** not to upset her.
Are your immigration papers in ***?
He put his affairs in *** before he went into hospital.
3 [solution]
There’s no easy *** to this problem.
The new nurseries will provide a *** to their childcare needs.
We are trying to figure out the best *** to prevent fraud.
4 [advantage]
I thought I’d take *** of the sports facilities while I’m here.
Children whose parents had paid for extra lessons had an *** over their classmates..
Their excellent relationship with their customers puts them at an *** in trading with competitors.
5 [blame]
You can’t really *** Helen for not wanting to get involved.
The hot weather is partly to *** for the water shortage.
If anything goes wrong, I’ll take the ***.
6 [reason]
The *** for the disaster was engine failure, not human error.
The police often *** with any hijackers to at least let the children go free.
The *** why grass is green was a mystery to the little boy.
7 [fault]
Her doctor was at *** for not sending her straight to a specialist.
He’s always finding *** with my work.
Don’t complain that you haven’t got any money — it’s your own stupid ***.
8 [intention]
It wasn’t my *** to exclude her from the list — I just forgot her.
I’ve no *** of changing my plans just to fit in with his.
It has always been my declared *** to sail round the world.
9 [account]
He doesn’t drink alcohol on *** of his health.
I hope my teacher will take into *** the fact that I was ill just before the exams when she marks my paper.
There is £50 missing from the till — how do *** for that?
10 [damage]
The doctors were worried that he might have suffered brain ***.
Recent discoveries about corruption have done serious *** to the company’s reputation.
Smoking is likely to *** your health permanently.
11 [mistake]
I’m not blaming you — anyone can make a ***.
I’ve paid this bill twice by ***.
I often *** her for her mother on the phone.
12 [wrong]
You’ve got your skirt on the *** way round.
Our marriage began to go *** after we had our first child.
He has done us a great ***.
13 [permission]
Several schools have asked *** to offer the course.
They gave the US *** to fly their war planes over the country’s air space.
After getting *** from their parents, twenty students signed up for the trip.
14 [purpose]
The *** of the research is to try and find out more about the causes of the disease.
I didn’t do it on *** — it was an accident.
He rented the room for the *** of holding secret meetings.
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Выученные устойчивые конструкции сослужат вам хорошую службу на централизованном тестировании по английскому языку. Подготовка к ЦТ это труд, не обманывайте себя, занимаясь просмотров сериалов на английском.

Данный материал по теме «устойчивые словосочетания из Destination B2» предлагается для организации занятий или самостоятельного изучения устойчивых словосочетаний в английском языке на уровне upper-intermediate (B2), а также подготовки к сдаче экзаменов ЕГЭ/FCE или их эквивалентов.

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2014-10-12
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