程式扎記: [TOEIC Test] Part 5 : Incomplete Sentences (VERBS : TWO-WORD)

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2011年1月11日 星期二

[TOEIC Test] Part 5 : Incomplete Sentences (VERBS : TWO-WORD)


Prefix :
Two-word verbs are made up of words which are understandable by themselves but have a different meaning when combined. For example, turn means torotate, and down means from a higher to a lower position. Together they mean to reject (as to turn down a proposal) or to lower (as to turn down the volume). Since the combinations are not always predictable, it is necessary to become familiar with and recognize these two-word verbs. A few of the many two-word verbs are in the practice exercise below.

Practices :
* If during our lunch hour you cannot ? on the phone, try sending us the referrals by e-mail or fax.
(A) get to
(B) get through
(C) come by
(D) get by
Ans. C > B
get through 接通電話
I rang you several times but couldn't get through.
我給你打了幾次電話, 可是沒打通

* It is understood that her closet advisor will ? as president should she resign early.
(A) take up
(B) take over
(C) get by
(D) come about
Ans. B
take over : 接管

* While you're are at the conference, take an afternoon to ? and check out the competition's booths.
(A) look out
(B) look around
(C) look for
(D) look though
Ans. C > B
look around : 查看

* If they refuse to meet us halfway on this point, we should not ? them in the future.
(A) stand up
(B) deal with
(C) keep to
(D) run into
Ans. D > B
deal with : 應付處理

* It is regrettable that two items were ? of the invoice and need to be added immediately.
(A) left out
(B) stood out
(C) found out
(D) cut up
Ans. A
left out : ignore/forget/neglect > 忽視, 漏掉
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