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Тест по английскому языку Catch, snatch, seize, grab

  1. There are two kinds of fishermen: those who fish for sport and those who   something.
    • catch
    • snatch
    • seize
    • grab
  2. The enemy troops   the fort.
    • snatched
    • grabbed
    • seized
    • caught
  3. A drowning man   at a straw. (a proverb)
    • grabs
    • snatches
    • seizes
    • catches
  4. Some fishermen are unlucky. Instead of catching fish they   old boots and rubbish.
    • grab
    • snatch
    • seize
    • catch
  5. The robber   the money and ran off.
    • grabbed
    • seized
    • snatched
    • caught
  6. The police   a young man stealing a car.
    • seized
    • caught
    • grabbed
    • snatched
  7. He   me by the arm and twisted it.
    • caught
    • grabbed
    • snatched
    • seized
  8. It's a good thing you've come just now; in ten minutes you wouldn't have   me.
    • seized
    • grabbed
    • caught
    • snatched
  9.   means to take hold of in a sudden, strong or eager way.
    • To snatch
    • To catch
    • To seize
    • To grab
  10. Little Lily,   the back of the chair was trying to stand up.
    • snatching
    • grabbing
    • catching
    • seizing
  11. "Don't   your food, eat slowly," said the mother.
    • seize
    • grab
    • catch
    • snatch
  12. You won't   your train unless you hurry.
    • seize
    • snatch
    • catch
    • grab
  13.   also has the meaning to capture, to arrest or take over by force.
    • To seize
    • To catch
    • To snatch
    • To grab
  14. They had to drive very quickly in order   their train.
    • to grab
    • to snatch
    • to seize
    • to catch
  15. Don't   the interlocutor by the arm, it's not polite.
    • seize
    • grab
    • catch
    • snatch

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