|become, bind, bide, bite|
Sam a doctor when he was 26.
My kids their nails as children.
|breed, bring, burn, burst|
We some sweets to the party.
When she saw it, she into tears.
|cast, catch, cost, cut|
The goalkeeper the ball.
Our holiday in the Caribbean a fortune.
|deal, dig, do, drink|
Who your homework, Jill?
The wolf thirstily from the river.
|fall, fit, feel, fight|
Little Jim over when he started to run.
Maria hard for her place in the team.
|fly, forget, get, give|
I'm sorry, I to tell you about it.
He a lot of presents for his birthday.
|grind, grow, hang, hear|
My sister and I up in a village.
When the fox the noise, it disappeared.
|hit, hold, hurt, kneel|
He the man until police arrived.
I by the bed and prayed.
|lead, lean, leap, lend|
The captain his soldiers into battle.
I him some money but he never gave it back.
|let, light, make, mean|
The full moon the beach brightly.
It's OK.The incident nothing to me.
|pay, put, rend, ride|
They the bill and left the restaurant.
I never a motorbike when I was young.
|rise, run, sell, set|
The robber away from the bank.
I everything I had except my mobile.
|shake, shine, sing, sink|
They said hello and their hands.
Titanic in April 1912.
|slay, slide, sling, stand|
Tears down her cheeks.
The audience up and applauded.
|shrink, swim, take, tear|
I 800 metres to the pier.
The director the contract apart.
|throw, thrust, wake, wear|
I the kite in the air but it didn't fly.
He a Scottish scarf in the winter.
Continue with exercise 3