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    Complete each sentence with the correct form of the word that is the opposite of the verb between quotation marks. Make sure that you use the correct form of each verb.


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    1. Although we 'missed' our train to the airport, we still the plane.

    2. We didn't 'spend' much money. In fact, we managed to a lot.

    3. The train 'arrives' at the station at 4 o'clock and five minutes later.

    4. After he had 'emptied' the bottle, he it with water.

    5. 'Can you 'lend' me £10?' 'No way. The last time you money from me, you didn't pay it back!'

    6. She isn't 'laughing', she's .

    7. The principal doesn't 'allow' smoking at school. In fact, he anything that is bad for our health.

    8. 'Did he 'confess' to stealing your money?' 'No, he everything.'

    9. In summer, the sun 'rises' at about five o'clock and doesn't until after nine in the evening.

    10. He didn't 'pass' the exam. In fact, he with a very low score.

    11. At first, his business 'succeeded', but after the recession it dramatically.

    12. She threw the ball to me, but 'missed' and the window instead.

    13. Our teacher 'rewarded' all the good students, but decided to the bad ones.

    14. 'Did you 'remember' to buy some milk?' 'Oh, sorry, I .

    15. Although I 'sent' the letter on Monday, she didn't it until Friday.

    16. My local council 'demolished' the old flats and some new ones.

    17. We thought we would 'lose' the game, but to our surprise we .

    18. I hoped she would 'agree' to meet me, but she .

    19. If you are 'attacked' in the street, there are several different ways you can yourself.

    20. She spends too much time 'playing' and not enough time .

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