Complete each sentence using a verb + on or off.
Is Emma enjoying her course at un1vers1ty? Yes, she’s *** very well.
We can’t go on spending money like this. We’ll have nothing left soon.
I was standing by the car when suddenly the alarm went off.
I’m not ready to go home yet. I have a few things to finish off.
Shall I stop the car here? No, drive on. (*carry on* is also possible but don’t use it)
Bill paid too much for the car he bought. I think he was ripped off.
Is Emma enjoying her course at un1vers1ty? Yes, she’s getting on very well.
I was very tired at work today. I nearly dozed off at my desk a couple of times. (*dropped off & nodded off* is also possible but don’t use it now)
Ben was told off by his boss for being late for work repeatedly.
I really like working with my colleagues. We all get on really well together.
There was a very loud noise. lt sounded like a bomb going off.
I keep on making the same mistake. lt’s very frustrating.
I’ve just had a co ffee break, and now I must get on with my work.
Peter is always trying to impress people. He’s always showing off.
We decided not to go to the concert. We were put off by the cost of tickets.