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Shall we stop at this petrol station or shall we drive on to the next one?

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The party went on until4 o'clock in the morning.

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We can't go on spending money like this. We'll have nothing left soon.

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I don't want to carry on working here. I'm going to look for another job

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Don't let me disturb you. Please carry on with what you're doing.

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He keeps on criticising me. I'm fed up with it!

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How are you getting on in your new job? (=How is it going?)

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Joanne and Karen don't get on. They're always arguing..

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Richard gets on well with his neighbours. They're all very friendly.

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I must get on with my work. I have a lot to do.

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The lecture wasn't very interesting. In fact I dozed off in the middle of it.

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A: Have you finished painting the kitchen?
s: Nearly. I'll finish it off tomorrow.

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A bomb went off in the city centre, but fortunately nobody was hurt.

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Did you hear the alarm go off?

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We wanted to go to the exhibition, but we were put off by the long queue.

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What put you off applying for the job? Was the salary too low?

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Did you really pay �2,000 for that painting? I think you were ripped off. (=you paid too much)

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Look at that boy on the bike riding with no hands. He's just showing off.

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Clare's mother told her off for wearing dirty shoes in the house.