|1. He didn't tell me his name over the phone.
He didn't tell me _____what he was called___ the phone.
They found it tiring working for him.
3. "Is this your wallet?" The policeman asked
4. He looks like another person who works here.
5. He decided not to smoke any more as a result of his
6. I don't fancy going to the cinema this afternoon.
7. He took his old car to the car showroom and bought
a new one instead.
8. My new car is too big for this garage.
9. Everyone behaves respectfully towards Jane, although
she's very young.
10. She was one of my friends when I was
at junior school.
11. I'll phone you when I've finished.
12. I'll contact you as soon as I get back from holiday.
|1. There are seven different films for us
to choose from at the cinema.
We have ___a choice of____seven different films at the cinema.
2. Don't blame me for your accident.
3. He finds it difficult to learn foreign languages.
4. He's not just a good teacher, but a good writer as well.
5. He told me he didn't want to play football with me.
6. They didn't manage to play tennis due to the bad weather.
7. Pat hadn't been to Milan before.
8. Golf would be a way for you to get some exercise.
9. Kathy was the only person who was happy with the result.
10. He's so unhelpful that it's a waste of time asking him.
11. There's no food left in the house.
12. My boss told me I could go home early.
|The correct choice is in blue.|
|1) They've already sold all the tickets.
All the tickets ..................... sold.
a) already have been
b) are already been
c) have already been
2) I expect you were very angry.
3) 'I didn't break the glass' said Paul
4) They'll understand you if you speak slowly.
5) Bob last saw Mary in 1980.
6) David is too young to drive a car.
7) It was hard for Sarah to understand
8) I haven't smoked since 1990.
|In this part of the Use of English paper, you need to be able to think of different ways of saying the same thing. It is important that both sentences have a similar meaning. Practise recognising sentences that mean the same by matching the sentences that have similar meanings.|
|For questions 1-10, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. Do not change the word given. You must use between two and five words, including the word given.|
|1. People used to eat more bread than they
People don't ___eat as much bread as / eat so much bread as ___ they used to.
2. James started work here five years ago.
3. Maria doesn't want to go swimming today.
4. I've never read such a bad book.
5. 'I wouldn't touch that switch if I were you,' said Jane to her son.
6. I'm sure Carol was at the party last night.
7. We couldn't have finished the job without your help.
8. Why wouldn't your sister allow you to see her new house?
9. Could you ring me at 10 o'clock, please?
10. It's ages since anyone has thought of a good story.
|In this lesson you have:|
|The next lesson focuses on part 4 of the Use of English paper. It develops your familiarity with the error correction exercise through a series of graded activities.|