London/Working with words

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Task
  1. It's important to learn all your new words and to revise old ones.
  2. Do the interactive exercises to check if you've learned them well.



Interactive Exercises

synonyms

Match the words and their meanings.

charity work work that you do for free to help other people
homeless not have a house to live in
rude not polite
get rich make a lot of money
rent money you pay every month for your home

opposites

Put in opposites of the underlined words.

If you are rich you aren't poor.
That's too rude, please be polite.
Some people sell on ebay - others buy stuff there.
Give me my money but you can keep the change!
Gringotts Bank? - It's not too far - actually it's quite near.

Write in opposites of the underlined words.

I got lost() in London but after some time we found our way again.
Then we saw a nice restaurant. They had a takaway where they sold food, so we bought() a chicken dish.
It wasn't hot and spicy but rather mild().
The owner was very friendly and not rude|unfriendly() like many other Londoners.

I got lost() in London but after some time we found our way again.

Then we saw a nice restaurant. They had a takaway where they sold food, so we bought() a chicken dish.
It wasn't hot and spicy but rather mild().

The owner was very friendly and not rude/unfriendly() like many other Londoners.


Using the underground

Finish the sentences.

1. "Quick, here's the train. Let's get on it."
2. "Excuse me, I want to go to London Zoo. How do I get there?"
3. "Excuse me, how do I get to Oxford Circus?"
4. "If you're going to Harrods, you need to get off at Knightsbridge."