1. She teaches children with b… problems.
2. The boys tell l… to get each other into trouble.
3. What are your h… and a… now, when you’re 20?
4. Most teenagers start taking d… through boredom.
5. The boy wanted to s… her money.
6. Fortunately none of us was s… hurt.
7. The death of the child deeply a… both of them.
8. If you study hard, you get good g…, and you can go to university.
9. Staying at the behaviour camp was a good e… for him.
10. The boy said he was unhappy at school and felt d….
Ex. 7. Insert the right prepositions where necessary.
1. Don’t argue … me, John. Just do what I tell you.
2. We were fed up … listening … her complaints the whole time.
3. I can’t do anything with my son, he is completely … … control. I’m tired … his bad behaviour.
4. She gave … her job and started writing poetry.
5. James ended … … prison for not paying his taxes.
6. We look forward … hearing from you.
7. I think Jim will go away if you’re going to be horrible … him.
8. I’m thinking … starting my own business.
9. Why do you think teenagers often rebel … their parents?
10. I’m so happy! I’m … love! – That’s wonderful! I’m really pleased … you.
Ex. 8. Fill in each gap with a suitable word.
1. She was caught … in the exam.
a) cheating b) bullying c) stealing
2. Hurry up, we … we wouldn’t be late this time.
a) argued b) asked c) promised
3. David’s one of my oldest friends – I … him completely.
a) trust b) hope c) feel
4. Don’t … like that in front of the children.
a) tell b) swear c) say
5. He managed to … enough money to buy a small house.
a) collect b) save c) gather
6. The trip was extremely good. It was a(n) … experience.
a) desperate b) annoying c) incredible
7. Jamie is a difficult teenager. He has a drug problem, he … from his parents and friends.
a) steals b) robs c) lends
8. They send a lot of … teenagers to behaviour camps.
a) shocked b) frightened c) troubled
9. He played very well, and it is not his … we lost.
a) guilt b) fault c) blame
10. The boy … the younger kids and made them give him money.
a) bullied b) rebelled c) affected
Ex. 9 . Replace the underlined words with a single word or word combination.
1. TV stations broadcast an appeal from the teenager’s willing to do anything to change a very bad situation parents.
2. I felt a little unhappy when she didn’t come to the party.
3. He said he expected the race to be very difficult.
4. Billy stayed away from school without permission and the teacher gave him extra homework for a month.
5. Do you know that they are going to have a wedding?
6. He has always had a strong desire to be a vet.
7. Two or three badly behaved children are causing all the problems in the class.
8. You can leave the children with Billy – he’s very sensible.
9. Do you think we should ask Carol and Helen to come to the party?
10. I’m bored with watching television; let’s go for a walk.
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