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Verbs+adjectives=clothes+fashion.
Message de felin posté le 11-12-2005 à 13:34:31 (S | E | F | I)

Bonjour tout le monde

Correction Samedi soir 17/12/05

1 Verb + clothes

Complete the sentences with the correct form of the following verbs:
put, take, wear, pack, make, fit.

1. My sister and I are the same size, so we can........... each other's clothes.
2. I need to ........... my clothes. Does anyone know where the suitcases are?
3. My mother has a sewing machine and ........... most of her own clothes.
4. Many of us feel embarrassed about........... our clothes off in front of the doctor.
5. Very tall people often have problems finding clothes to ........... them.
6. You can ........... your clothes back on now, Mr Smith. I've finished my examination.


2. Adjective + clothes

Complete the sentences below with the following adjectives:
casual, clean, loose,warm.

1. If you're travelling in hot climates, wear ........... clothes and light shoes.
2. If you don't put some ........... clothes on, you'll catch your death of cold!
3. I went home, showered and shaved, then put on some ........... clothes.
4. Most people who work for large computer companies wear ........... clothes to work. It is unusual to see somebody in a suit and tie


3 Verb + fashion

Complete the verb phrases in the sentences below with the following prepositions:
in, up, out, into.

1. At my age I've stopped trying to keep ........... with the latest fashions.
2. I hear green's ........... fashion this summer. Last summer it was purple!
3. Flared trousers went ........... of fashion twenty years ago.They came back ........... fashion two years ago, but now they've gone out of fashion again!


Good luck.




Réponse: Verbs+adjectives=clothes+fashion. de maya13, postée le 11-12-2005 à 17:43:36 (S | E)
hello felin,

Verb + clothes

- wear
- pack
- makes
- taking
- fit
- put

Adj. + clothes

- loose
- warm
- clean
- casual

Verb + Fashion

- up
- in
- out of
- into


Réponse: Verbs+adjectives=clothes+fashion. de nanette33, postée le 12-12-2005 à 11:02:12 (S | E)
Hello Felin

1 Verb + clothes

Complete the sentences with the correct form of the following verbs:
put, take, wear, pack, make, fit.

1. My sister and I are the same size, so we can wear each other's clothes.
2. I need to pack my clothes. Does anyone know where the suitcases are?
3. My mother has a sewing machine and make most of her own clothes.
4. Many of us feel embarrassed about take our clothes off in front of the doctor.
5. Very tall people often have problems finding clothes to fit them.
6. You can put your clothes back on now, Mr Smith. I've finished my examination.

2. Adjective + clothes

Complete the sentences below with the following adjectives:
casual, clean, loose,warm.

1. If you're travelling in hot climates, wear loose clothes and light shoes.
2. If you don't put some warm clothes on, you'll catch your death of cold!
3. I went home, showered and shaved, then put on some clean clothes.
4. Most people who work for large computer companies wear casual clothes to work. It is unusual to see somebody in a suit and tie

3 Verb + fashion

Complete the verb phrases in the sentences below with the following prepositions:
in, up, out, into.

1. At my age I've stopped trying to keep into with the latest fashions.
2. I hear green's in fashion this summer. Last summer it was purple!
3. Flared trousers went up of fashion twenty years ago.They came back out fashion two years ago, but now they've gone out of fashion again!






Réponse: Verbs+adjectives=clothes+fashion. de aureliano, postée le 12-12-2005 à 11:08:20 (S | E)
Hello Felin

1 Verb + clothes

1. wear
2. pack
3. makes
4. taking
5. fit
6. put

2. Adjective + clothes

1. loose
2. warm
3. clean
4. casual

3 Verb + fashion

1. up
2. in
3. out
4. into





Réponse: Verbs+adjectives=clothes+fashion. de isa71, postée le 13-12-2005 à 22:41:27 (S | E)
bonsoir tout le monde

1 Verb + clothes

1. My sister and I are the same size, so we can wear each other's clothes.
2. I need to pack my clothes. Does anyone know where the suitcases are?
3. My mother has a sewing machine and makes most of her own clothes.
4. Many of us feel embarrassed about taking our clothes off in front of the doctor.
5. Very tall people often have problems finding clothes to fit them.
6. You can put your clothes back on now, Mr Smith. I've finished my examination.

2. Adjective + clothes

1. If you're travelling in hot climates, wear loose clothes and light shoes.
2. If you don't put some warm clothes on, you'll catch your death of cold!
3. I went home, showered and shaved, then put on some clean clothes.
4. Most people who work for large computer companies wear casual clothes to work. It is unusual to see somebody in a suit and tie

3 Verb + fashion

1. At my age I've stopped trying to keep up with the latest fashions.
2. I hear green's in fashion this summer. Last summer it was purple!
3. Flared trousers went out of fashion twenty years ago.They came back into fashion two years ago, but now they've gone out of fashion again!

Mimi



Réponse: Verbs+adjectives=clothes+fashion. de marit64, postée le 14-12-2005 à 00:39:29 (S | E)
Hi felin!

1 Verb + clothes

1. My sister and I are the same size, so we can wear each other's clothes.
2. I need to pack my clothes. Does anyone know where the suitcases are?
3. My mother has a sewing machine and makes most of her own clothes.
4. Many of us feel embarrassed about taking our clothes off in front of the doctor.
5. Very tall people often have problems finding clothes to fit them.
6. You can put your clothes back on now, Mr Smith. I've finished my examination.

2. Adjective + clothes

1. If you're travelling in hot climates, wear loose clothes and light shoes.
2. If you don't put some warm clothes on, you'll catch your death of cold!
3. I went home, showered and shaved, then put on some clean clothes.
4. Most people who work for large computer companies wear casual clothes to work. It is unusual to see somebody in a suit and tie

3 Verb + fashion

1. At my age I've stopped trying to keep up with the latest fashions.
2. I hear green's in fashion this summer. Last summer it was purple!
3. Flared trousers went out of fashion twenty years ago.They came back into fashion two years ago, but now they've gone out of fashion again!

for this good exercise.



Réponse: Verbs+adjectives=clothes+fashion. de whynot95, postée le 14-12-2005 à 13:05:06 (S | E)
Hello Felin and

1 Verb + clothes

1. My sister and I are the same size, so we can wear each other's clothes.
2. I need to pack my clothes. Does anyone know where the suitcases are?
3. My mother has a sewing machine and makes most of her own clothes.
4. Many of us feel embarrassed about taking our clothes off in front of the doctor.
5. Very tall people often have problems finding clothes to fit them.
6. You can put your clothes back on now, Mr Smith. I've finished my examination.

2. Adjective + clothes

1. If you're travelling in hot climates, wear loose clothes and light shoes.
2. If you don't put some warm clothes on, you'll catch your death of cold!
3. I went home, showered and shaved, then put on some clean clothes.
4. Most people who work for large computer companies wear casual clothes to work. It is unusual to see somebody in a suit and tie

3 Verb + fashion

1. At my age I've stopped trying to keep up with the latest fashions.
2. I hear green's in fashion this summer. Last summer it was purple!
3. Flared trousers went out of fashion twenty years ago.They came back into fashion two years ago, but now they've gone out of fashion again!



Réponse: Verbs+adjectives=clothes+fashion. de felin, postée le 17-12-2005 à 21:34:14 (S | E)
Bonsoir tout le monde

Voici la correction

1 Verb + clothes

1. My sister and I are the same size, so we can wear each other's clothes.
2. I need to pack my clothes. Does anyone know where the suitcases are?
3. My mother has a sewing machine and makes most of her own clothes.
4. Many of us feel embarrassed about taking our clothes off in front of the doctor.
5. Very tall people often have problems finding clothes to fit them.
6. You can put your clothes back on now, Mr Smith. I've finished my examination.

2. Adjective + clothes

1. If you're travelling in hot climates, wear loose clothes and light shoes.
2. If you don't put some warm clothes on, you'll catch your death of cold!
3. I went home, showered and shaved, then put on some clean clothes.
4. Most people who work for large computer companies wear casual clothes to work. It is unusual to see somebody in a suit and tie.

3 Verb + fashion

1. At my age I've stopped trying to keep up with the latest fashions.
2. I hear green's in fashion this summer. Last summer it was purple!
3. Flared trousers went out of fashion twenty years ago.They came back into fashion two years ago, but now they've gone out of fashion again!

pour votre participation.





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