Example sentences from the web:
- The whole affair was a monumental cock-up from start to finish.
- Nothing goes right, it’s just one cock-up after another!
- I cocked up the orders for table number four.
*Notice that this expression isn’t commonly used in the USA, where it is generally assumed to have a vulgar meaning.
Match the adjectives in the box with their opposites. Then complete the sentences A) =>D) with one of the adjectives of the first part of the test.
Tomorrow the answers will be available on Facebook: Free English Materials (Album Quizzes’ answers)
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You can use “News in Levels” if you want to improve your vocabulary skills, comprehension or fluency.
This is the link: http://www.newsinlevels.com/