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Expression: 'be on for something'



 
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Expression: 'be on for something' #1 (permalink) Wed Oct 25, 2006 5:24 am   Expression: 'be on for something'
 

English Idioms and Expressions, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #8 "Preposition Exercises", question 3

I'm on for tonight if you want to go to the match.

(a) I'm ready to help
(b) I'm ready to cook
(c) I'm ready to speak
(d) I'm ready to go out

English Idioms and Expressions, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #8 "Preposition Exercises", answer 3

I'm ready to go out tonight if you want to go to the match.

Correct answer: (d) I'm ready to go out

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Is it 'be on for sth.' or 'be on' and 'for sth.' is another thing?

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Expression: 'be on for something' #2 (permalink) Wed Oct 25, 2006 8:19 am   Expression: 'be on for something'
 

Hi,

The complete expression is: be on for something. Consider also: up to something - up for something.

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