- Why don’t you give me a call or drop me a line sometime?
- We’ve made the bad decisions down the line.
- If you want to get a line on your favorite celebrity, you may want to google it.
- Somewhere along the line I’ve made a mistake.
- You know John, he’ll take the line of least resistance. He knows how to get out of the dilemma.
- It must fall into line with our efforts to simplify our policies.
Phrasal verbs with FALL: examples
- The summit was icy then but it was thawing as we were up there and the ice was falling away.
- The house fell into decay.
- They fell on the bread as if they hadn’t eaten for days.
- It all fell to me to the point it became overwhelming.
- We all fell about when he told us a joke.
- My favorite mug fell apart so I need a new one.
- The enemy fell back as our troops advanced.
- I can always fall back on my mum if I have a problem.
- Our garden tree fell down on the ground during the storm.
- I rushed for the door and fell over a small rock.
Exercises: Fill in with the proper forms of phrasal verbs in the picture:
- An expectant hush __________ the guests.
- Beyond the hill, the land __________ sharply towards the river.
- I don’t have any more money to __________ on.
- Part of the hotel __________ the sea.
- The one thing to do when you can’t __________asleep is to simply get up.
- Europe’s monetary system is__________.
- My bathroom ceiling __________ today, only to reveal a huge water leak.
- Tom broke his leg, missed school for several days and __________.
- Christmas Day__________ on a Saturday.
- The market for their product __________ to almost nothing.
- Their marriage finally __________.
- Don’t __________the rent or you’ll be evicted.
Vocabulary – Makeup
Here you can find vocabulary related to makeup with exercises and a KEY at the end of this mini e-book. This is great for your EFL/ESL students who need to master this type of vocabulary – those working in cosmetic or fashion industry for example. This FREE makeup vocabulary pdf is great also for teachers engaged in teaching their EFL/ESL and other students. A iist of words included in this mini e-book : bronzer, liquid powder, lip gloss, lipstick, mascara, eye-shadow, highlighter, lip liner /lip pencil, toner, crayon, eye pencil / eyeliner
Makeup – Exercises:
Match the sentences in column A with their definitions in column B:
- liquid powder
- lip gloss
- lip liner / lip pencil
- eye pencil / eyeliner
- a cream or powder that you put on your face and body to make your skin look brown from being in the sun
- a type of make-up that is put on the lips to make them look shiny
- a substance that you put on your face after you have cleaned it to make the skin feel firm
- a colored substance, usually contained in a pencil, that is put in a line just above or below the eyes in order to make them look more attractive
- is intended to fill uneven areas on the outer edges of the lips after applying lipstick, therefore giving a smooth shape
- a cosmetic cream or powder applied to the face to highlight the cheekbones, eyes, etc
- a colored cream or powder that is put around the eyes to make them look larger or more attractive
- a substance similar to eyeliner but thicker and more oily
- a colored substance that women put on their lips to make them more attractive
- a soft, dry substance that is spread over the skin of the face, in order to stop the skin from looking shiny and it is in a liquid form
- a thick dark liquid make-up that is used to make eyelashes dark and make them appear thicker and longer
There is also one very amusing video you can watch on YouTube. Look at the way this teacher explains makeup vocabulary:
(definitions are from – http://dictionary.cambridge.org ; http://en.wikipedia.org; http://www.thefreedictionary.com; )
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