Vocabulary:


Aside, Beside, Besides, Side by Side, Siding, Side

Use only one of the above in each of the next six questions:

1. _____________ from Xavier is there anyone else against going to Chinatown?
A aside
B beside
C besides
D  side by side
E siding
F side

2. Whose __________ are you on?
A aside
B beside
C  besides
D side by side
E siding
F side

3. __________ love are there any other reasons to get married?
A aside
B beside
C besides
D side by side
E siding
F side

4. When ever I see Annas and Sebastian in class they are sitting _____________.
A aside
B beside
C besides
D side by side
E siding
F side

5.   I think Jerome is _________ the lake, fishing.
A aside
B beside
C besides
D side by side
E siding
F side

6. I don't think the __________________ is the right color.
A aside
B  beside
C besides
D side by side
E siding
F side
 
aside: 1. to one side 2. out of one's thoughts 3. separated from beside: 1. adjacent to 2. in comparison with 3. on equal footing besides: additionally, moreover
side: 1. a line bounding a plane figure.
2. a camp or faction 3. the area to the left or right of an  observer 
siding: the materials, such as shingles or clapboard, used to cover the sides of a house. side by side: Next to each other; close together, one next to the other.

Make, Do, Making, Doing

7. Did you ____________ your homework? Have you read : The Great Taos Bank Robbery?
A make
B do
C making
D doing

8. _____________ nothing is worse than acting on impulse in this case.
A Make
B Do
C Making
D Doing

9. Remind me to _______________ an appointment with Dr. Kunze.
A make
B do
C making
D doing

10. Oh no, Gautier is again ______________ eyes at Charlotte.
(Hint: To eye someone means that you stare at them forcefully. In this case, with fondness. Synonym : to oogle.)
A make
B do
C  making
D  doing
 
do: 1. to carry out, execute, accomplish
2. to produce
3. to put forth to exert
to do is often used in phrases that have to do with 
chores, tasks, actions.
to do:
the laundry
"a little dance"
"Just do it!" (NIKE)
make: 1. to cause to be, to create (especially with your own hands) 2. to cause someone to act in a certain way 3. to score or to achieve
to make is often used with words that are derived from verbs
to make
an attempt at  (to attempt)
a decision      (to decide)
a plan             (to plan)

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Professor of English
Ecole des Mines
75 cours fauriel
St.Etienne
FRANCE