В этой записи вы проверите свои знания устойчивых словосочетаний по теме Chance and nature. В предлагаемом упражнении вам нужно придумать слово, которое органично впишется во все три предложенные предложения в каждой ситуации.
Учим устойчивые словосочетания Chance and nature
All the ingredients we use are completely ***.
He didn’t have the *** ability of his brother.
It is all done automatically by ordinary *** selection.
He *** a month’s salary on that horse.
He made a *** with his brother that he could finish his chores first.
It is a safe *** that the current owners will not sell.
He’ll *** himself with no friends at all if he carries on behaving this way.
I had a map but I still couldn’t *** my way back to the hotel.
You might *** it interesting to spend a few hours at the museum.
The punishment will depend on the *** of the offence.
The market is becoming increasingly global in ***.
Practice breathing in this way for twenty minutes each day until it becomes second ***.
I can’t say for *** how long I’ll be there.
You should make *** (that) everyone understands the instructions.
I like modern art to a *** extent, but I don’t like the really experimental stuff.
A sudden gust of *** blew his umbrella inside out.
The flags fluttered gently in the ***.
The ***s of change are blowing through the entire organization.
The *** are that she will get the nomination on the first ballot.
The *** were always in favour of a South African victory.
Against all the ***, we won our case on appeal.
This little stream can become a deluge when it ***s heavily.
Whenever I forget my umbrella, it pours with ***.
We got caught in the *** on the way home.
If you don’t insure your house, you’ll be taking a big ***.
If you don’t warm up properly before exercise, you are running the *** of injury.
They were warned that strikes would put lives at ***.
The rope might break, but that’s a *** we’ll have to take.
It was sheer *** (that) we met.
We must double-check everything and leave nothing to ***.
Most countries have improved their standards of waste ***.
An empty house just a mile or two outside St Margaret’s Hope village was put at the *** of the Committee.
He will have a car at his *** for the whole month.
He received a death *** from his pupils.
Oil spills pose a *** to fish stocks.
Their citizens face the constant *** of violence.
He was an early champion of *** politics.
The government has given the *** light to Sunday trading.
Argues that it is being forced to loosen its *** belt restrictions as a result.
Which hand have I got the chocolate in? If you *** right you can have it.
No one at this stage is prepared to hazard a *** about the outcome of the elections.
«What’s the time?» «It’s about 5 o’clock, at a ***.»
I ***ed to see James in town.
As it ***s, I have a spare set of keys in my office.
It just so ***ed they’d been invited too.
She loves gardening — she’s out in her garden in all ***s.
I’ve been feeling a bit under the *** this week.
They forecast the *** for the whole region.
Suddenly there was a flash of *** and a roll of thunder.
That tree was struck by ***.
She changed her clothes with *** speed.
I think I’d be pushing my *** if I asked Mum to babysit again.
Finding the painting was a real stroke of ***.
With any *** we should reach the coast before it gets dark.
[1. natural 2. bet 3. find 4. nature 5. certain 6. wind 7. odds 8. rain 9. risk 10. chance 11. disposal 12. threat 13. green 14. guess 15. happen 16. weather 17. lightning 18. luck]
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