Choose the word or phrase that best completes the sentence
1. How long does it usually ________ to get home in the evening?
Many elderly people have to live on the money they ________ when they were working.
I was shocked ________ his refusal.
The bus ________ from High Street to the Station Road is 30p.
If we go to the market we might find a ________.
I suggest ________ the "soup of the day" rather than the pate.
- Freda: Do you know our city at all?
- Barry: No, it's the first time ________ here.
The Government should be spending money on new hospitals ________ than on defence.
I'd like you to meet a very good friend of ________, Alan Davis.
I'm not sure ________ the exact date, but I think he arrived here in 1959.
I don't think I'll beat him. I'm out of ________.
When he was hit on the head, he ________ consciousness.
If I were you I ________ go to the doctor tomorrow.
The garage gave me a 5 per cent ________ for paying cash.
Driving a car with faulty brakes is ________ quite a risk.
Try and ________ on the bright side- the worst may never happen!
Please come round this evening; I ________ to see you urgently.
There was a big hole in the road which ________ the traffic.
The class failed to respond ________ the teacher's new methods.
I wish you ________ put your clothes on the floor all the time. It drives me mad.