INSTRUCTIONS: Fill in the gap with the correct idiom.
Remember to use the correct verb tense depending on the context of the sentence.
1. My when I realized how much work was left to do on the
2. Thank you for being so encouraging. I really when you told
me that you believed I could succeed.
3. My old boyfriend has a He won't answer my phone calls, or
tell me why he broke up with me.
4. It to have to leave Vancouver, but my VISA has run out
and I have to go back to Japan.
5. My father sounds a little frightening, but underneath that exterior he has a
He will help you whenever you are in touble.
6. My teacher was not going to pass me, but when she realized how much my
English had improved, she had a and gave me a
7. Our teacher wants us to the irregular verbs because she says
they are the most common verbs in English and we need to know them
8. My mother and I need to have a about things
because we are always arguing and I want to stop.
9. I'm going to quit my job. My anymore. I want to do
something more interesting.
10. John really buying a new car, but he can't afford it
right now, so he is working overtime to make more money.
11. My friend to me about her problems with her
parents, so I gave her some advice about how to talk to them and she felt
12. I'm starting to about finding a good job here. I have applied to
more than a 100 places, and so far no one has called me for an interview.
13. My boss wants me to work on the weekend, but I told him to
I'm exhausted and I need a break.
14. You can't all the time. Everyone knows how you feel about everything. You need to hide your feelings more.
15. That was an incredibly scary horror movied. I
everytime the killer jumped out at people.