Complete the sentences using a verb in the correct form.
If you write in pencil and you make a mistake, you can *** it out. (*cross* is also possible but don’t use it.)
Here’s a key so that you can let yourself in.
Liz doesn’t like cooking, so she eats out a lot
Amy isn’t living in this apartment any more. She moved out a few weeks ago.
If you’re in our part of town, you should drop in and say hello.
When I checked in at the airport, I was told my flight would be delayed.
There was an article in the paper that I wanted to keep, so I cut it out.
I wanted to iron some clothes, but there was nowhere to plug the iron in.
I hate filling in questionnaires. (*to fill* is also possible but don’t use it.)
Steve was upset because he’d been left out of the team.
Be careful! The water’s not very deep here, so don’t dive in.
If you write in pencil and you make a mistake, you can rub it out. (*cross* is also possible but don’t use it.)
Paul started doing a Spanish course, but he dropped out after a few weeks.