1. Match these examples with the descriptions of their uses.
|1.||That sounds like a fair deal|
|2.||We're going to the fair to ride on the dodgem cars|
|3.||That's not fair Mum, he's got more than me|
|4.||There's still a fair amount to do|
|5.||Frankfurt Book Fair is the largest in the world|
|6.||We have a fair chance of completing this before the weekend|
|7.||Her children are all fair, unlike her|
|8.||Every year the university has a jobs fair|
|9.||The outlook for tomorrow is fair|
|10.||We have to play fair with our customers|
2. There are several idioms with fair.
- A. Complete the idioms using the words and expressions in the box.
- B. Then match them to their definitions.
|1.||You've asked her out! But I saw her first. - All's fair in|
|2.||I'm determined to get that job, by fair|
|3.||Be patient. Everybody will get a fair crack of|
|4.||How about 10% discount? - That sounds fair to me.|
|5.||And free delivery. Now you can't say fairer|
|6.||Come on, where's my share? Fair's , after all.|
|7.||Let him speak. He at least deserves a fair|
|8.||How are you keeping? - Oh, fair to , I suppose.|
|9.||OK, yes it was me who ate all the cakes. It's a fair|
|10.||For once, we beat our rivals fair and|
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Links for fair
- Oxford Advanced Learner's - fair - adjective and idioms
- Oxford Advanced Learner's - fair - adverb and idioms
- Oxford Advanced Learner's - fair - noun
- Cambridge Advanced Learner's - fair