English Grammar in Use Unit 63
Terms in this set (22)
There's nothing you can do about the situation, so it's no use ... about it. (to worry)
It's no good ... to persuade me. You won't succeed. (to try)
There's no point ... having a car if you never use it.
There was no point ... waiting any longer, so we went.
What's the point ... having a car if you never use it?
I live only a short walk from here, so it's not worth ... a taxi. (to take)
Our flight was very early in the morning, so it wasn't worth ... to bed. (to go)
What was the film like? Was it worth ... ? (to see)
Thieves broke into the house but didn't take anything. There was nothing worth ... . (to steal)
I had no difficulty ... a place to live. (to find)
Did you have any difficulty ... a Visa? (to get)
People often have difficulty ... my writing. (to read)
I had no trouble ... a place to live. (to find)
It was a waste of time ... that book. It was rubbish. (to read)
It's a waste of money ... things you don't need. (to buy)
He spent hours ... repair the clock. (to try to)
I waste a lot of time ... . (to day-dream)
She said she couldn't see me. She was too busy ... other things. (to do)
How often do you go ...? (to swim)
I'd like to go ... . (to ski)
When did you last go ... ? (to shop)
I've never been ... . (to sail)