Build Your Vocabulary 2 Intermediate by John Flower, Michael Berman, Mark Powell

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2. It certainly took Mr. Flores a long time to get rid of that salesman. 4. who's who: (who the different people in a group are) 1. There are so many dancers on the stage in the same type of costume that it's hard to tell who's who. 2. It was hard for the new teacher to tell who was who in our class for the first few days. 35 essential idioms in english 5. to go with: (to match, harmonize in color or design) (S) 1. That bow tie doesn't go with that red skirt at all. 2. Your tan shoes will go well with that dress.

LESSONS 1-10 1. She did not want to take part in the meeting. participate 2. He called up all his friends to say good-bye. _____________ 3. He took off his hat and coat. _____________ 4. I'll be back right away. _____________ 5. Be sure to put out the light before you leave. _____________ 6. They got on the train in Washing­ ton. 7. We waited and at last he arrived. 8. I was unable to find out her name. 9. Her health is improving little by little. 10. Last night some friends called on us. 11. She lives by herself in a furnished room.

2. There is no doubt as to her intelligence; she's the smart­ est one in the class. 12. to feel sorry for: (to pity, feel compassion for) 1. I feel sorry for anyone who has to work at night. 2. I felt sorry for Pierre when he broke his foot. 13. to take (something) for granted: (to accept as true without investigation) (S) 1. He spoke English so well that I took for granted that he was an American. 2. Did you take it for granted that his check was good? Didn't you ask any questions? 3. Don't take everybody's promises for granted.

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