you get on well with all members of your family?
get on well with someone
To have a good relationship with someone (friends/family)
How long did it take to get to know your best
get to know someone
the process of knowing someone well
did you last get your hair cut?
get one's hair cut (more informal than have your hair
To go to the hairdresser's and have your hair cut
many presents did you get for Christmas?
get a present
To receive presents
you get in touch with anybody special at Christmas?
get in touch with someone
To contact someone (friends/family)
was the last time you got your photo taken?
get one's photo taken (more informal than have your
To have one's photo taken
you get any surprises at Christmas?
get a surprise
To receive a surprise, something unexpected
you ever seen anybody stopped for going over the
go over the speed limit
To drive faster than 120 km/hour on the motorway
you remember vocabulary by saying it over and over
and over again
To repeat something several times
things often slip your mind?
slips your mind
You forget it
the best thing to cope with problems?
cope with problems
To deal with/ respond to problems
you given up anything as a New Year's resolution?
give up something
To stop doing something (a bad habit/ smoking/ eating
have you been up to over the Christmas holidays?
be up to something (informal)
To do something
the most important thing you've done over the last
the last decade
In the last ten years
you usually speak your mind?
speak your mind
To say what you really think
you mind lending me a pen?
you mind ___ing ?
Very polite way of asking for something. Usual answer
NOT AT ALL
long does it take you to tidy up your room?
tidy up - to clean, order completely
you given up anything in the New Year?
give up something - to stop doing something
you think prices have gone up since the change
over to the Euro?
go up - to increase
time were you up on New Year's Day?
be up - not in bed
were you up to at the weekend?
be up to - doing : What were you doing?
you had a bottle of champagne, would you drink it
drink up - to drink it all, to drink it completely.
you walk up to a handsome man and invite him
beautiful woman her
walk up to - to approach, to walk towards
the computer programmes you use up-to-date?
be up-to-date - to be modern