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4 Written questions

4 Multiple choice questions

  1. most importantly; more importantly than anything else
  2. stay in contact with someone or a group of people (opposite: lose touch with) (more similar expressions-p.145)
  3. That's wonderful! That's great news! (said in response to something that you HEAR)
  4. take someone to see the different parts of an area (such as a campus, a city, a neighborhood, etc.)

3 True/False questions

  1. It didn't work out.something that was planned didn't happened (example: I was supposed to get married, buy a house, get an A, but _____.) -Subject must be IT

          

  2. get a lot out of somethinglearn a lot about something, or get pleasure from doing something (opposite: get nothing out of something)

          

  3. be better offmost importantly; more importantly than anything else