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Help with answers, please.



nurikzhan
Kazakhstan

Help with answers, please.
 
Please, somebody help, it is urgent,pls,

1. A letter.....a friend can make..............your day.
a. of/up   b. to/out   c. from/-    d. off/up    e. from/on

2. which of the following is considered to be lucky in Great Britain?
a. walking under a ladder
b. opening umbrellas indoors.
c.breaking the mirror.
d. a black cat crossing a path
e. friday the 13th.

3. complete the proverb:
".......grapes can never make sweet wine".
a. sweet    b. soft   c. juicy     d. salty    e. sour.

16 May 2012      



sdrewes
South Africa

1. c
2. they are all bad luck!
3. e. 



16 May 2012     



HollyHirst
United Kingdom

c, d, e.  In England, a black cat is good luck :)

16 May 2012     



ascincoquinas
Portugal

Hi!

question 1: from ...... up

question 2: a black cat crossing a path

question 3: sour

hope this helps.

16 May 2012     



nurikzhan
Kazakhstan

THANK YOU, DEAR FRIENDS!
I appreciate it very much!Smile

16 May 2012     



Tus Patel
India

Thanks Didar,

Keep asking questions. They are fruitful to others even. I think ascincoquinas gave the most correct answers. thank you ascincoquinas.

Big smile

16 May 2012     



Pierreroset
France

Hi ! For question 1, I wouldn īt say "from ... up", but just "from...", as in answer c. ("It made my day!"). I didn īt know seeing a black cat was considered lucky in England. Good to know!

16 May 2012