Confusing Verbs 2
Complete the following sentences with the correct form of the verbs in capital letters.
The teacher asked the students to not
to any online sources in their research papers.
George Smith was arrested after allegedly attempting to
police by jumping out of a window.
Susan didn’t make any promises, but she did
that she’d be back for the holidays.
Based on satellite images, we can
with a degree of certainty that Russia is about to launch an attack.
his keys so often that I used to carry spare ones for him.
After 5 years of war, some 3.6 million people have been
from Germany to the United States when the Nazis took power before World War II.
Sari would like to
to Australia and find a better life than the one she has in Syria.
There are still some circumstances in the 21st century, where Christians are
because of their beliefs.
A local landlord has been
for failing to comply with Improvement Notices on her property.
allude to sth
(formal) to mention something in an indirect way
escape from someone or something, especially by tricking them
refers to giving information
refers to receiving information
put something in the wrong place and lose it, especially temporarily
force someone to leave their home
leave your country in order to live in another country
come into a country because you want to live there
harass or punish in a manner designed to injure, grieve, or afflict
officially charge somebody with a crime in court