Complete the sentences using one of the following verbs (in the correct form) + the correct preposition.
Don’t try and do two things together. *** one thing at a time.
I wanted to go alone but Sue insisted on coming with me.
I haven’t seen Harry for ages. I wonder what has happened to him.
I was driving along when the car in front of me stopped suddenly. Unfortunately, I couldn’t stop in time and drove into the back of it.
It’s a very large house. It’s divided into four flats.
I don’t believe in ghosts. I think people only imagine that they see them.
Steve gave me an empty bucket and told me to fill it with water. (it)
Don’t try and do two things together. concentrate on one thing at a time.
It wasn’t easy but in the end we succeeded in finding a solution to the problem.