Quizzes, tests, exercises and puzzles for English as a Second Language (ESL), English as a foreign language (EFL), Teaching EFL (TEFL), Test of EFL (TOEFL), English for speakers of other languages (ESOL), Teaching ESOL (TESOL), TOEIC.

1. She ran ________ a huge bill in the restaurant

2. Her new car runs ________ diesel instead of petrol

3. She puts ________ £50 a month towards her holiday

4. She paid ________ the dinner

5. Her dog was very ill and in a lot of pain, so she asked the vet to put him ________

6. Jack the Ripper was never caught and didn't pay ________ his crimes

7. I was walking down Regent Street the other day when I ran ________ my old German teacher

8. They say she has supernatural powers and can see ________ the future

9. She had to ask him several times for the money he owed her before he finally paid ________

10. I saw ________ the New Year with some friends from university

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  • The Pool

    Lagging to Determine Order of Play

    The lag is the first shot of the match and determines order of play. The player who wins the lag chooses who will shoot first.
    The referee will place a ball on each side of the table behind the head string and near the head string. The players will shoot at about the same time to make each ball contact the foot cushion with the goal of returning the ball closer to the head cushion than the opponent.

  • A lag shot is bad and cannot win if the shooter?s ball:

  • (a) crosses the long string;
    (b) contacts the foot cushion other than once;
    (c) is pocketed or driven off the table;
    (d) touches the side cushion; or
    (e) the ball rests within the corner pocket and past the nose of the head cushion.
    In addition, a lag will be bad if any non object ball foul occurs other than 6.9 Balls Still Moving.

  • The players will lag again if:

  • (a) a player?s ball is struck after the other ball has touched the foot cushion;
    (b) the referee cannot determine which ball has stopped closer to the head cushion; or
    (c) both lags are bad.

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