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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #84591: Expressions with ON
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    Expressions with ON


     

    Call on - to choose someone to do something; to visit someone 

    Carry on - to continue doing something

    Catch on - to begin to understand 

    Check on - to examine 

    Count on - to trust somebody to do something 

    Depend on - to trust somebody to do what you expect or want

    Get on - to enter a vehicle other than a car (a plane, train, boat, etc)  

    Go on - to continue doing something 

    Hang on - to tell someone to wait for you 

    Have on - to be wearing

    Hold on - to tell someone to wait for you

    Keep on - to continue doing something 

    Let on - to say what you know

    Look on - to observe

    Put on - to dress yourself in something

    Switch on - to turn on equipment that functions by water, electricity and gas

    Take on - to hire

    Try on - to check clothes before buying

    Turn on - to switch on equipment that functions by water, electricity and gas

    Wait on - to serve someone in a restaurant or store






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    1. Could you please on the lights? I can't see a thing!

    2. Most of his money on rent and groceries. No wonder he is always broke!

    3. Katy on the train at 24th and Fontaine Street every day.

    4. The service is slow today. I hope our server on us soon.

    5. Which hat would you prefer to on?

    6. She on trying to improve her English because she wants to get a better job.

    7. Alex, you should on your coat! It's cool today.

    8. When Peter the air conditioning on he saw smoke begin to rise to the ceiling. Fire! Fire!

    9. She on a lot of dresses before she chose the white one.

    10. Peter, go and on your sister. I think she is crying.

    11. Laurent on his sister to give him a ride to work.

    12. on, Mr Johnson will be with you in a few minutes!

    13. The government is on 25 new employees for the next three months.

    14. I on as the headmaster scolded Alex for not having completed his homework.

    15. I am on his earning a lot of money so we can buy a new car.

    16. Let's on your father at hospital this afternoon. He would love to see us.

    17. When the English speak quickly, do you easily on to what they are saying?

    18. I hope he on because I really need to talk to him.

    19. My father asked me not to on to mum that he lost his job.

    20. He will get ill if he on eating like that.









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