Unit 1 grammar revision of tenses
Cram for an exam - to try to learn a lot in a short period of time (mostly used in British English)
for an exam -
to try to learn a lot in a short period of time (mostly used in British English).
e.g. "Hikaru is
for tomorrow's IELTS exam."
- someone who copies the work of another
children called the girl a
when they saw her copying the test of another student.
- to not go to class
I decided to
in order to study for my geography test.
Draw a blank
- to get no response from someone when you
ask him or her a question
e.g. The teacher
drew a blank
when she asked about the boy's plans for the weekend.
Drop out of school/
- to stop attending school
dropped out of school
and began to drive a truck.
- someone who works very hard
and is very enthusiastic
e.g. The young girl is an
and always comes to class before the other students.
to waste time
e.g. My sister spent most of the week
and was not prepared for her test.
- to begin to study hard
After relaxing all weekend I
hit the books
on Sunday evening.
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