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HOME > ENGLISH VOCABULARY EXERCISES > At a party 1

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Topic: At a party (parties, dinner parties, other social gatherings)


Choose the word that best fits the sentence.
  1. We must have a little ________ one of these days!
    a. invitation
    b. get-together


  2. Hey, come over Friday. We're having a ________ party for Betty.
    a. birth date
    b. birthday


  3. P1: Can I have some of these shrimp? P2: ________ yourself!
    a. Take
    b. Help


  4. Don't forget to ________ the hostess on her new dress.
    a. compliment
    b. greet


  5. Hey, I know a party we can ________ ( = show up without being invited).
    a. break
    b. crash


  6. We're ________ a party next Saturday.
    a. making
    b. having


  7. Steve and Linda are very social people. They love to ________ guests at their house.
    a. visit
    b. entertain


  8. Hey, we just finished moving in to our new place. We're having a ________ party next week!
    a. house moving
    b. housewarming


  9. A dinner when everyone brings food is called a ________ (dinner).
    a. polite
    b. potluck


  10. Welcome. Make yourself ________.
    a. like home
    b. at home
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