ENGLISH VOCABULARY PRACTICE: Idioms using 'to see'
LEVEL: Intermediate/Advanced


Write the letter of the word(s) that best complete(s) each sentence:

a - see stars
b - see fit
c - see the writing on the wall
d - wait-and-see
e - see if I care
f - see it coming
g - see the light of day
h - see red
i - what you see is what you get
j - see you home

1. The insults made him . ( = The insults made him very angry.)

2. That will never . ( = That will never happen.)

3. If you like, I can . ( = If you like, I can escort you to your house.)

4. When I fell on my head, I began to . ( = When I fell on my head, I began to see flashing lights in my eyes.)

5. We have to adopt a attitude. ( = We have to make our decision after observing how things go.)

6. This really took me by surprise. I didn't at all.

7. Do it as you . ( = Do it as you feel it should be done.)

8. She's a very straightforward person. With her, .

9. The President began to . ( = The president began to realize what was going to happen.)

10. Do whatever you like. ! ( = I don't care.)






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