It looks ___ if Jon got the job.
They’ve put James in c_______ of the accounts department. (made him responsible for)
I was so taken _________ when I heard. (surprised)
It really _______ as a surprise to me! (surprised me)
They asked me if I had any objection ____ him getting the job.
He's going to take ______ the department starting on Monday. (phrasal verb meaning take control)
We're completely lost, we must have ________ a wrong turn.
They gave him the job ______ to the fact that he’s the boss’s son-in-law. (because)
I was ______ to believe that I was going to get the job. (someone told me)
It never ___________ to me that they would give it to him. ( I never thought)
It never crossed my ________ that they would give him the job.
I would ________ liked the position myself.
I nearly broke down in _________ when I heard. (cried)
We need to come _____ with a plan. (make)
I’m not going to put up _______ him bossing me around.
Careful now, you could be in danger of getting ___________. (losing your job - 2 possible answers)
He might find out you’re plotting behind his _________.
I have no intention _____ him finding out.
Careless words could ________ us our jobs. (cause us to lose our jobs)
Don't worry he’s bound to slip ______ at some point. (make a mistake)
If something goes wrong we can place the blame _____ him.
In the unlikely e________ that he’s actually good at the job, we’ll talk again.
Don’t h_________ to call if anything comes up, we’re in this together. (feel free, don't doubt)