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Message de zeuphrosyne posté le 10-05-2015 à 15:13:40 (S | E | F)
J'ai un exercice dont la consigne est :
Complete the second sentence in each pair with a phrasal verb from the box so that it has the same meaning as the first sentence. You will need to change the verb form in most of the sentences.
Break down/ Carry out / cut back on / cut off / do away with / do up / end up / fall through / hold up / keep on / let down / let off / pull out / pull through / show up / sort out / Split up / wear off / wear out / work out
Pourriez-vous me dire si c'est correct s'il vous plait? Merci pour vos réponses.
New government pension plans mean that many people will continue working well into their seventies.
The planned changes were delayed because committee members argued among themselves.
At the last minute, the plans for the proposed freeway didn´t take place.
During the recession, many workers in the primary sector became jobless.
Doctor did some tests on the patients.
Minor economies, such as spending less on staff costs, can often prevent a company sliding into bankruptcy.
Cut back on?
We were accidentally disconnected in the middle of our phone call.
Once the government removed quotas, the market was flooded with cheap foreign imports.
It cost almost $8 million to renovate the stadium, by which time the team was in serious financial difficulties.
Modifié par lucile83 le 10-05-2015 15:21
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