Verb/Adjective + Noun combinations

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Match each noun in the sentences below to the appropriate adjective or verb from the box.

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1. Rachel always tried a little too hard to suck up to the boss. 2. He had never set foot in the head office so it was rather nerve wracking. 3. It was good to have the choice of several prestigious roles now she had her PhD. 4. I don't know what I want to do once I get out of college. 5. If you want to see the world, one way is to join the army. 6. As a waitress, Amy was expert at carrying trays and stacking glasses. 7. He achieved the rank of Chief Constable in the police force. 8. She got leave from work when she was told she had leukemia. 9. My time as a shop assistant served as a useful lesson in good customer service. 10. By the time she reached retirement age, she had accumulated a great pension pot.

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10 July 2015

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