64. A Smoker Quits

Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if you don't remember the word. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!





Please read the instructions above the ads.

I will quit smoking tomorrow. I swear it. promise. I’m not kidding. I’m serious this time. just bought my last pack of cigarettes. I’m to smoke all 20 cigarettes before midnight. And I’m finished. I’m through. I’m done. No more. one more cigarette. Not even one. I will free. I will save $4 a day, more $1,000 a year. That will be nice. I have fresh breath. My girlfriend will enjoy kissing . I will smell good. My clothes will smell . My lungs will get healthy. My teeth will whiter. I won’t get lung cancer. I won’t mouth cancer. I won’t get throat cancer. My will go away. My sore throat will go . I won’t think about cigarettes all the time. will start a new life. My new life be a healthy life, without cigarettes.
CLOSE