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Re: One word usage/ Phrasal words
by sushmitaTG TEAM - Saturday, 23 November 2013, 09:59 AM
  SOLUTIONS:

 Q1.) Solution:`4’. The correct idiomatic expression is ‘make for’, which means ‘to help to promote or maintain’. ‘Make over’ means ‘to transfer the title (of property)’. ‘Make away with’ means ‘to consume’. ‘Make good’ means ‘to succeed’.


 
Q2.) Solution: ‘2’. The correct idiomatic expression is ‘keep in with’, which means ‘to be on good terms with’. `Keep at’ means ‘to persist in’. `Keep back’ means ‘to hold; restrain’. ‘For keeps’ means ‘permanently’.

 Q3.) Solution: ‘3’. The correct idiomatic expression is ‘break in on’, which means ‘accidentally interrupt’. ‘Break up’ in the 1st sentence means ‘cause to be overcome with laughter’ and in the 2nd sentence means ‘to disrupt’. ‘Break away’ means ‘to start prematurely’.

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