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Mind Your Manners Communication Workshop . F orm 11. Word Corner: match to make collocations. Money Spicy Merengue Economic Political Sense of Irish . refugees accent humour asylum music food problems. Match the multi-part words and their meanings. go into go back

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word corner match to make collocations
Word Corner: match to make collocations
  • Money
  • Spicy
  • Merengue
  • Economic
  • Political
  • Sense of
  • Irish
  • refugees
  • accent
  • humour
  • asylum
  • music
  • food
  • problems
match the multi part words and their meanings
Match the multi-part words and their meanings
  • go into
  • go back
  • drop someone off
  • hurry up
  • pick someone up
  • hang on
  • catch up with
  • stop a vehicle so someone can get out somewhere
  • stop a vehicle so someone can get in
  • wait
  • meet someone later
  • enter
  • do things quickly
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Actually, I’m going back home. I’m in a bit of a hurry.

  • Please, can you _______? We’re going to be late.
  • I’m going to the sports centre. Get in the car and I’ll _______you_____ at the station if you like.
  • Peter left an hour before us, but we ________ him at the hotel.
  • A note on the table: ‘Mrs. Jones, Laura and I ____ ___town. We’ll be back at four. Best wishes, Ewa.’
  • Have a nice time. I’ll ________ you _____ from the cinema at ten o’clock.
  • This is ridiculous. I’ve been _________ here for half an hour, and he still hasn’t arrived.
u p with on back off up x2
up with, on, back, off, up (x2)

- Hey, Anne? Are you going into the centre?

-Well, actually I’m going 1)___ home. I’m in a bit of a hurry.

  • Do you think you could drop me 2)___ near the post office?
  • OK, but hurry 3)___. I’ve got to pick 4)___ my sister in twenty minutes.
  • Great! Hang 5)___ a second. I’ll just get my bag.
  • I’m going to the car park. Catch 6)______ me there!
u p with on back off up x21
up with, on, back, off, up (x2)

- Hey, Anne? Are you going into the centre?

-Well, actually I’m going 1) backhome. I’m in a bit of a hurry.

  • Do you think you could drop me 2) off near the post office?
  • OK, but hurry 3) up. I’ve got to pick 4) upmy sister in twenty minutes.
  • Great! Hang 5) on a second. I’ll just get my bag.
  • I’m going to the car park. Catch 6)up withme there!
quote unquote
Quote…Unquote

‘Modern man is educated to understand foreign languages and misunderstand foreigners.’

G. K. Chesterton, English writer

(1874-1936)