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.
your answer in the
Your score will appear at the bottom of the page.
Use no contractions.
Use no capital letters, other than proper nouns or where punctuation demands.
Use the minimum possible amount of words, within the limits required.
The wrong answers will remain .
There is an example at the beginning.
0. I haven't seen you for years. (ages)
It's saw you.
1. Why are you interested in taking up a new hobby? (want)
"Have you seen my gloves anywhere, Eric?" asked Mrs Noble. (seen)
3. Suzanne was too excited to sleep. (that)
4. Robert has not had a job for two years. (out)
5. "I will complete the work only if you pay me 500 pounds
extra," said Frank. (not)
6. The thief ran past you so I'm sure you saw his face. (must)
7. The clients
demanded to stay in a first-class hotel. (staying)
I don't object to the council building a new road here. (objection)
9. The author wrote her latest novel while she was
staying in Majorca. (was)
newspaper offered Lynda 5,000 pounds for her story, but she refused. (turned)