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'to BE on the BALL' means you are:
TONE DOWN (phrasal vb) = ?
KEEP an EYE ON = ?
a) watch carefully
b) study hard
c) sleep quietly
'fail to happen' = ?
a) FALL THROUGH
b) FALL OUT
c) FALL IN
BE on the BALL
' means you are
, and you are able to react quickly.
"Great answer! You
on the ball
"Ask Alex to help you because he
on the ball
(the amount or intensity of something)'.
"Can you please tone down the noise? I'm studying for a test!"
"Please tone down on your drinking! you are drunk already!"
KEEP an EYE ON
to watch carefully
"Can you keep an eye on my laptop while I go to the washroom, please?"
"Our teacher is keeping an eye on all the noisy students."
to fail to happen
', as in an
that has been planned.
"My dinner plans for Saturday fell through, so I'm free. What do you wanna do?"
"The trip we planned fell through because hardly anyone wanted to go."
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