All of the answers to these questions are some variation of ‘cut’ + particle. Please note that you might have a conjugate the verb and/or pay attention to the tense and aspect as well.
Here’s an example for you:
Q: What are you going to do with your hair?
A: I’m going to cut it all off.
We were talking about the future, so we need a future tense. OK?
Now it’s your turn. Have fun!
Q: How was your last health check-up?
A: Nothing to worry about but the doctor did suggest that I _____________ on the booze.
Q: Have you ever forgotten to pay a gas bill?
A: Yes, three years ago and they _____________ our gas in the middle of the winter.
Q: How did it go at the tax office yesterday?
A: Dreadful – so much red tape to _____________!.
Q: Do you have any hobbies?
A: Yes, I like to ______ things _______ and stick them into a scrapbook.
Q: Does your new car have lots of technology?
A: Yes, it has ABS. The brakes _____________ to stop the wheels locking, preventing accidents.
Q: There’s a lot more light in the garden. Did you do something?
A: Yes, we _____________ that sprawling tree that was in the middle of the garden.
Q: Do you think the farmer will mind if we take a short-cut through his field?
A: I don’t think it will be a problem if we _____________ his field. He seems quite friendly.
Q: How did you manage to afford a new car?
A: Well, I did have to _____________ my savings.
Q: What’s the matter with Jennie? She seems sad.
A: Her boyfriend split up with her and is really ______ her _______.
Q: How can we make this meal healthier?
A: We could try _____________ the fat on the meat. Do you think that would help?