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ANA M.il CASCALES NAVALPOTRO

LICENCIADA EN FILOLOGIA INGLESA PROFESORA DE LA ESCUELA OFICIAL DE IDIOMAS DE fARAZONA (Zaragola)

1.000

EJERCICIOS

DE

«REPHRASING»

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NIVEL:

fNTERMEDJATE - ADVANCED

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LIBRERIA

GENERAL, S. A.

ANA M.a CASCALES NAVALPOTRO

LI CENCIADA EN FILOLO G I;\ IN G LESA PROFESORA DE LA ESCUELA OFICIAL DE IDIOMAS DE TARAZO NA !Zaragoza¡

1.000

EJERCICIOS

DE

«REPHRASING»

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NIVEL:

INTERMEDIATE - ADVANCED

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LIBRERIA

GENERAL. S. A.

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CONTENIDOS

INTRODUCCIÓN

7

PARTEA:

Nivel "Intermediate" (tests 1 - 15)

9

Nivel

"Upper - lntermediate" (tests 16 - 35)

25

Nivel

"Advanced" (tests 36 - 50)

45

PARTEB:

Nivel

"Intermediate" (tests l - 15)

61

Nivel

"Upper - Intermediate" (tests 16 - 35)

77

Nivel "Advanced" (tests 36 - 50)

97

INDICE

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INTRODUCCIÓN

Términos como «rephrasing» o «rewriting» son bien conocidos entre los estudiantes de Inglés: se trata de expresar el mismo mensaje pero utilizando una estructura gramatical distinta a la propuesta en el enunciado.

Este libro es continuación de 1.000 ejercicios de «rephrasing». La dife- rencia entre los dos estriba en la dificultad de los ejercicios propuestos: mien- tras que el primero va del nivel «pre-intermediate» al «upper-intermediate», este segundo abarca desde el «intermediate» hasta el «advanced».

Así pues, puede resultar útil en la preparación de exámenes como Selec- tividad, Ciclo Superior de Escuelas Oficiales de Idiomas , First Certificate, CAE, Proficiency, etc.

ORGANIZACIÓN DEL LIBRO

Cada uno de los 50 tests de este libro consta de dos partes , A y B, que son complementarias o «reversibles», aunque con algunas limitaciones. Esto quie- re decir lo siguiente:

C~alquier ejercicio de la parte A tiene su respuesta en la parte B del

mismo ~eSt.En el supuesto de que haya más de una respuesta posible, las dis- tintas opciones aparecen en negrita y separadas por barras o bien señaladas con asteriscos. Hay que advertir que las respuestas ofrecidas aquí son las con- sideradas como más comunes, lo cual no quiere decir que no existan otras.

• Cualquier ejercicio de la parte B tiene su resp11esta en la parte A del

mismo test. En este caso la respuesta siempre es única, por razones obvias de complejidad. Esto puede llevar consigo que resulte dificil «acertarla» ; Es muy probable, pues, que el alumno produzca frases correctas que no pueda compro-

bar al no encontrarlas como soluciones.

N

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'1'1u lnH los

eje rcicios están organizados según tres niveles de dificultad

111111111 11:-. : u Jos l'úci lm e nt e mediant e distintos colores:

NI VE L «INTERMEDIATE»

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"' NIVEL «UPPER-INTERMEDIATE» ~ NIVEL «ADVANCED»

= AMARILLO = TESTS 1 - 15

TESTS 16 - 35

= TESTS 36 - 50

= AZUL

ROJO

=

1lay q ue señalar que algunos ejercicios de un determinado nivel se han l 11!.P1'cn l ado co n otros de nivel superior con el fin de que e l estudiante que haga 1.nc lo:l los t es ts de forma correlativa pueda repasar estructuras que ya aparecie- 1•1111 tt ut c rio rm e nte.

Sl, por el contrario, se prefiere trabajar sólo sobre un punto concreto, se 1rnmle acudir al indice del final. Todos los ejercicios han s ido numerados del 1 al l .000 para facilitar su inclusión en el mismo.

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TEST l. A

My two-year-old daughter wants to do everything by herself.

My two-year-old daughter wants t o do e verything ón

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2. As his wife doesn't work, he <loes almost nothing at home.

As his wife doesn't work, he <loes hardly - - - --- - ---

3. Sound doesn't travel as fastas light in the air.

L~ht~~~~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~

4.

She hasn't celebrated her birthtiay at home for three years. Shelast

5.

It's possible that I will finish work earlier than usual today.

6.

The storks will prepare their nest here very soon.

 

The storks' nest -

-

-

--- -

------ - -- -

-

7 .

«l am hungry. I'm going to have a two-egg omelette», he said.

Hesaid --------------------~

8 .

She is too proud to apologise for he r behaviour.

She isn't --------------- ------

9 .

We spend our holidays in this village every sununer. Thisis

10. From my point of view, you have made a mistake. In

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TEST 2.A

11. Don't touch the match or you'll bum your finger.

If

12. «We arrested them for illegal entry in the country», the pollee of:ficer said.

The pollee officer said

13. He was gluing the pieces of the broken toy.

The pieces

14. ) Although he had Despite

""""

been vaccinated, he caught the flu .

·-

15. I'm feeling better. It isn't necessary for you to stay with me all night long.

~ I'm fe eling better. You ~ 16. ~ Except fo r Susan, cverybody else
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I'm fe eling better. You
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16.
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Except fo r Susan, cverybody else wears a uniform at school.
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Apart
17. f've
forgotten
my purse at
home. Could you lend me sorne coins?

!'ve forgotten my purse at home.

Could I

18. Eric is fond of flying.

 

Eric is keen

19. stole her ,rew

The couple

The couple robbed _

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20. I wish I had a good ear for music.

If only

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21.

They puta horseshoe on the main door to have good luck.

A horseshoe

 

22.

I don't like restaurants li.ke this. T~ey're too posh.

I don't li.ke restaurants of

 
   

23.

You

didn't earn as _mue~ as you had been told.

You earned

 

24.

He started drinking too much alcohol two years ago.

He has

25.

«Don't call my home in case my wife picks up the phone», he said to her.

He told

26.

I must add a clave of garlic to the stew.

 

A clove

27.

You rememb~red to switch off the car lights,.didn't you?

You didn't

 

\

,

 

28.

How big the turkey she cooked for Christmas was!

   
 

The turkey

 

29.

I don't have a word processor so I can't write your re port with lt

If

3 0.

We haven't elected a new government for wur y e ar s.

It's

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TEST 4. A

31. The sand wasn'L clean cnough to s unbathe on it.

Thesandwns~~~~------- -------~

32. I wish I had go nc to Lile doctor before. My back would be ali right now.

Iregret--------------------~

33. He felt fascinated by the situation.

The situation was --- -- -

-- - - -------

34. She thinks she's too fat and she eats hardly anytl]!)g.

35.

36.

She thinks she's too fat and

she eats alrn'ost ---------

They like lentils better than chickpeas. They don't ,

,

Sorne camels are carrying a group of tourists through the desert.

A group of

_

37.

«Yesterday I was watching «Swan Lake» at the theatre», she said.

She said -------- -------------

38. The priest addressed the crowd. The judge addressed the crowd too.

the judge.

The priest addressed the crowd.

39. He knows how to do a cartwheel.

He ---------- -

---- -

--------

40. He felt seasick beca us e he hadn't taken his pills.

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TEST 5.A '

41.

This is the coldest winter we reme mbe r.

 

42.

The motorboat was too expens ive for him t.o buy.

 

Be couldn't-.-~

43.

He said nothing when he carne back from the oolice st.nt.ion. He didn't

 

_

44.

She is going to buy a hairbrush this afternoon.

Ahairbrush ------ -

-- -----------

45.

Do you intend to write a new novel next summer?

 

46.

She wasn't happy with her present. Her brother wasn't happy either.

She wasn't happy with her present. ------- her brother.

47.

«Have you seen a red wallet on the pavement?», she asked me.

She asked -

-

---------- --------

48.

Even though sh~ trains very hard, she seldom wins her mntchcs.

Despite -- -

--------- -----------

49.

It's ages since he last played the viola. He hasn't

 

50.

Margaret

sent her mother a big bunch of Dowers.

 

Margaret sent a -------------- -----

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51.

52.

53.

54.

55.

56.

57.

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He has used a nutcracker to open the nuts.

A nutcracker ---- - --- - --- - -----

It's pos sible th at he will study in a public school.

He---------------------~

Gabriel swims better than anybody in the team.

Nobody Afo ~

;Óf.u\m~ q¿ W.eft 0-.) ~nct

~

cto e¿

She hates borrowing things from other people.

She ~othe r ~'°fl~~')dJ ( •l

They won freedom ~ the country over a cent ury ago.

Theyhave fu<'!\

"fe O

Q

d &rn

u

t r" \., r, - ·

Sorne boys stole my daughter's skates yesterday.

Someboysrobbed fú~ <l~t''.r O-~ ~l<S~· -

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«We have adopted important measures to solve unemployment>>, the Prime Minister said.

---------

The Prime Minister said ----- -

58. The job was so dangerous that he was paid an extra salary.

It was

&uó.h

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59. Almost nobody carne to the demonstration.

Hardly 0.-~

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60. When was gun powder invented?

~

How long is lfr "5 1()C,t JVI ) ftÜ{~;.~ tt}(\~ V'c1 V: +0:.°l ,

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61. Although I.had put two_lumps of sugar in my c_offee, it was still bitter.

In spite

~~-=-----'---------- ---

62. How desperate the poor woman is!

Thepoor_~~-- ---- - - - - - ------

63. Do you think you could leam German easily?

Do you think German ---~--- - - - ---'--~_;_-

64.

65.

66.

67.

68.

I hate exercises like this. They mak~ me think too much.

I hate exercises of ·_----- - - ----~-----

You won't be employed by this company unless your performance t:¡ good.

~your

- -

---- -~---~

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It's half an hour now since they started shouting.

Theyhave-- ----- - - - - - ---- - ~ -~

I'll lend you the amount you need, if you like. Wouldyou

What a pity you car;i't see your newborn baby!

69.

70.

You are quite

You are quite slim. You

slim. It's not necessary for YC!U t q do so 1111wh PJ<l'I 1 1 1•

How luck"Y you are! Your holidays are longP r Ll\1111.1111111•'

How lud"Y you are! My holidays <

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73.

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TEST 8. A

The last time I drank sherry was a month ago.

l haven't ---- - -- - - - - ----- - ,

Paul's brother won the first prize in the contest. Paulistheboy

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The policewoman managed to arrest the thief on her own.

The policewoman managed to arrest the thief by -------

Sh e had the biggest collection of foreign coins in .the school.

Nobody in the school -

-

-

-- -

-

-.-------

75.

My sister-in-law knew how to ride ab icycle when she was four.

My s iste r-in-law ----- - - - - ----------

70.

Why don't you stop smoking here?

1wlsh - ------ - - - - - --------''-----

77.

Shc often dyes l¡er hair dark brown.

l ltr hair ------- - -----------

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' l ' h 1• ca r d iga n was too wet to be taken from the clothes line .

' l'ht• cnrd igan wasn't - - - - - - - --- -------

~llu• n h o w c d th e parc e l she had received to her friend.

~l ll l' Hll C>W('( I h e r ---- - --- - - --- ------

1111 1 l1lt 1 1tr1t 1 , opon

your mouth wide», the dentist said.

' 1' 111• d 1• 11t l11t 11:1kc d --------- ---------

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TEST 9.A

81. Apart fro~ the wound on his leg, he was unhurt.

Except -- ---------- -- -

82. If only he hadn't tom her letter. Heregretted

-- - - -

_

83. «OK, fll take the law into my own hands», she the jury's sentence.

said as s he listened to

As sh e list ened to the jury's sentence, she said -

----- --

84. He told me he had written a soao opera.

He told me a soap -----.-------- -- ---

85. Leo doesn't drive carefully. Frank doesn't drive carefully either.

 

Leo doesn't drive

carefully.

Frank.

86.

You get on well with hardly anybody in your family.

You get on well with almost --------- -

-- -

--

87 .

1 think we are going to arrive in time. It's not necessary for us to take a taxi.

:-----

I think we, ar~ going to arrive in time. We

88.

Jiow fast he ran! Nobody could ove rtcike him.

Heranso ~-------------------~

89.

I suspect my best friend m.ight be tak.ing drugs.

Isuspectdrugs_~-- ----------- - -- -

90 .

1didn't notice the man was in danger so I didn't help him.

If-"-'-- --------------- -- --

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TEST 10.A

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91. The leak of eructe oíl from the tanker wi1l pollute the sea.

~

Thesea

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

92. «I have never seen a volcanie eruptioil», you said.- You said

!~

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93. It's a long time sinee I last travelled by train.

1haven't

-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

94. Keep the plastieine in a closed box or it'll becorne dry.

ff~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

95. He started hisjob as a bodyguard five months ago.

He has-------------------~

96.

It was such a eomfortable sofa that she ordered it for her mother.

The sofa was

97.

«Come home with me», Stewart said.

Stewart told

98.

The princess dances gracefully. The prince dances gracefully too.

The prineess dances gracefully. - ---- ---- the prince.

99.

He gets up earlier than his wife.

His wife doesn't

100.

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They are going to cook sorne peas for dinner. Sorne

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TEST 11.A G

101. Perhaps they've eaten all the almonds in the packet. They

102. They were looking for the lost clirnbers in the deep snow.

The lost

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103. «Was there an outbreak of cholera last year?», the doctor asked. The doctor asked

When did the earthquake take place? How longis

It took the rnen a month to mend the road. Mending

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106.

Her uncle really likes his job. He is fond of working.

Her uncle really likes his job. He is keen -- -- ----- -

107.

Somebody has stolen my credit cards. Somebody has robbed

108. The pollee diseovered that she had killed her husband with cyanidP

'l;'.hé police discovered that her husband - - ---- --- -

109. I hate people throwing rubbish on the grass. Iwish

110. «The clown i s rehearsing his gags for tonighL's perfo rm ance», t.IH• c• h·t1 11r1 manager said. The circus manager said

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TEST 12.A

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The last time he went bridge-swinging somebody was two weeks ago.

It's ~---------------

112.

She didn't have any soft drinks at home so ;he didn't offer one to me.

rr~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

113.

S

He hardly ever speaks about his problems. He almost

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Rache! wasn't competent enough to be trusted.

Rachel was ------------------------------

115. Sorne hooligans smashed the shop window last night.

The shop window ---- ------- -----

116. «Please, hang your trousers up in your wardrobe», I said to my son.

Iasked-----------~--~---------------~

117.

118.

119.

The cartoons finished before I switched on the TY. Bythetime

Don't make so much noise while you're eating your soup. Stop

l'm certain Roger and Angela have been to England. They speak with a very good accent now.

Roger and Angela -- --------- -----

120.

«I thin.k I should switch on my hazard warning lights», he said.

Hesaid -------- ------- ------

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121. As sorne thieves have robbed him, he is empty-handed now.

Ashe

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122. It was silly of you not to ask me for the dictionaries you needed.

You didn't ask me for the dictionaries you needed, -------

123. «Oid you spend New Year 's Eve with your parents?», I asked him. Iasked

124.

125.

_

You can almost never see such a variety of .fish in the .fishmonger's. You can hardly

She hasn't taken her car to the mechanic for two years. Thelast

~

~ Elissa used to laugh more than her brother.

127.

128.

Elissa's brother ---------- ---- -

-

-

-

Even though she has an exercise bicycle at home, she's quite plump.

ln spite ---------------------

Why don't we go toan amusement arcade this afternoon?

-,-·::

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--------- an amusement arcade this afternoon?

" It's a pity you suddenly fell ill; then you would have come to America with us.

fell ill; then you would have come to America with us. 130. Preparing her camera for

130.

Preparing her camera for a photograph takes her five minutes. It

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131. When she was a young girl she would wear high-heeled shoes.

-132.

When she was a young girl she -- -

--- --- - ---

They are holding their most important meeting just now.

Theirmost --- - -- - -- - -- --------

lt was daring of her to live alone in the old mansion.

She lived alone in the old mansion, - - -- -- ---- - -

I've already done the washing-up. You needn't use the dishwasher.

I've already done the washing-up. It's not - -- ---- -- -

@.

He was too narrow-minded to accept his daughter's pregnancy.

He wasn't - -- --- - - -- - -- ------- -

136. «Don't travel on Sunday because the roads will be full of cars», she said to George.

She told

--'----- -----------

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137. She should have taken an umbrella with her.

lioruy _

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138. It's ayear now since she started h elping people in the Third World. Shehas

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140.

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crying. The score was so disappointing that sorne supporters couldn't help

Sorne supporters were -

-- -- -- - -

-------

As they married on 29th February, they celebrate their wedding anniversary every leap year.

As they married on 29th Febr uary, their -- -- --- -- -

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TEST 15. A

« You ctidn't pay attention to me when I was a child»' I sa id to in y 1'11 1111 1

Iaccused_

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142. It appears that she has thrown the bedclothes off.

She ------ - - --- -- - -- ~-

143. I won't listen to your explanation uruess you listen to mine firsL. !'U listen to your explanation so

144. She was on the point of having a shower when somebody knocked 0 11 the door.

She was about - - - ----- --- - --- - - --

145. The collapse of the building was the architect's fault .

The architect was to----- -- - ------- --

146. I'll giVe her the note, even if she doesn't read it.

I'll give her the note, whether - -- ---- -

-- - -- -

147. The shoemaker is mending my shoes.

148. ~n she heard the siren of the ambulance, she felt calmer.

·ón

149. It is said that they are lovers.

They --- -- -- - - --- - -- - --

150. She 'd rather eat fruit and vegetables than take vitarrvn pills. Sheprefers

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151. If you read more English books, you will find speak.ing easier.

The more -

-

-

-

-- --- ---- -

-

---- -

-

152. rve never seen such a horrible picture of the war.

It's - - -- - - - - ------ - ---- - -

153. I advise you to ask for a loan. This is a good opportunity to buy a new car.

You'd --- - -- - -- - - - ---- - -----

154. «Yes, I didn't stop at the red light», she said.

She admitted -- -

------ - - -- - - - -- -

155. Listening to other people's problems is something good.

It

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156. I'll go home unless I have to iron more shirts.

li

157. I think his popularity is increasing day after day.

It looks as -

-- -- - - ------------ - -

158. The coal miner ran out of the mine to avoid being trapped.

Tl}e coal miner ran out of the mine so - - -- - - - -- - -

159. · Ifyou make a decision about the matter, let me know. Ifyoumake up

160. We need a new fridge. Don't you think we should buy one?

We need a new fridge. Don't you think it's - ---- - - -- -

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161.

162.

163.

164.

165.

166.

167.

168.

1 69.

170.

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TEST 17.A

Having saved sorne money, they got married.

As

While I was tal.king to her I realised she was suffering a lot. In

If it hadn't been for rus parents' efforts, he wouldn't have studied Chemistry.

But

They

made severa! complaints

to

the

manager

to prevent the same

thing from happening again.

They made several complaints to the manager so

He managed to get the official licence to open the bar.

He s ucceeded

Malta's storms are more frequent than Spain's.

Malta's storms are more frequent than those

They think they'll be capable of finding a cure for the disease with these experiments.

They think they'll be able

The girl he was looking at was really pretty.

The girl at

«You should have a look at your grammar book every day», he told me.

~e advised

The carpenter will repair the shutters of his bedroom tomorrow.

He

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171. The only one who passed all the exams was Peter.

Nobody

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Since you get on well with people,

yoÜ won 't

have problems at Uw 111111

, you won't have problems at t.hc ~1111

173.

What I do

What I do in my free time is none

in my free time doesn't concern you.

174. He took the safe keys with him because he thought the security ofJkl'1 might have gone home.

175.

176.

He took th e safe keys with him in

She had written the note so quickly that it was impossib le for me Lo decipher what it said.

She had written the note so quickly that it was impossible for me to

make

Henry finds it strange to eat snails.

Henry is not

177.

178.

179.

Tom became a vegetarían, which made him happier.

Tom became a vegetarian,

«PK, you have found the best solution», my boss told me.

-

. We agreed

She had never visited a bigger castle.

ltwas

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180.

You can mow the lawn provided you do it very carefully.

You can mow the lawn so

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TEST 19. A

181. He would avoid being late by taking the motorway.

If _~~~~----------------

When she was looking after her grandson, she remembered her son's childhood.

--------- ----- , she remembered her son's

childhood.

Their new air-conditioning was installed last week.

They

Her parents made her marry a man she clidn't !ove.

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She ---~----------------

In my wiew, what she has done is quite plausible.

As far

Neither of the blue cars was my father's.

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186·

!\Iy father's ----- ---------- ---

187- They used chemicals so as to kill the insect in the trees.

They used chemicals in --- ---- --------

188. The only person who was interested in our house didn't want to pay so much money for it.

Theonlypersonto ----- --- --------

189. The jury must come to a decision before the end of the week.

Thejury is ------- ---------- --

1!)0.

The synchronised swimming team trained hard so that they could get amedal.

The synchronised swimming team trained hard to make ----

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191. She plays many sports - for examplt•, t1•111w1, hM~1·Llmllo.nd cricket.

Many sports, such ----- --------- -- -

192. The child's eyes were wide open. Be hncl 1wv1•r lw1•11 1.0 t.111• circus before.

The child's eyes were wide open. ft wn.<1

193. 1 can't understand

the reason for her lorwlhH'm1.

I can't understand the reason why ------------

194. «l'm sorry l clidn't send you the letter», shc sald to llH . She apologised

195. You look as though you had seen a ghostl

You look as---------- ---------

196. As he had decided to do it, he couldn't find any clisadvantages to it.

- - ------- , he couldn't find any disadvantages to it.

197. It was worth waiting for such a long time as she was able to touch her favourite singer's arm.

It was worth waiting for

such a long Lime as s he managed

198. The architect has made the plans for our house.

/

We

199. You shouldn't eat salty things. They're bad for your blood pressure.

You'd--------------------~

200. As the TV programme was so boring, he fell asleep on the sofa.

As the TV p rogramme was so boring, he dropped ---- -

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201. He bought a food processor, whlch helped them in the kitchen.

He bought a food processor,

202. It is believed that the ozone !ayer is bein8 damaged by pollution. Theozone

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203. The only one with whom I don't want to work is Stephen.

Iwant --------------------- -

204. The shepherd took his flock off the road so that the sh eep would not be run over by a car.

The shepherd took his flock off the road to make

205. She has decided to take the course, whether she receives the grant for it or not.

She has decided to take the course, even ------ - --

206. You don't appear to have smoked any cigarettes for two days.

It --------------------- -

207. It doesn't matter whether you are in a hurry or not. I must fine you for driving so fast. [

208. The boy you have been Jaughlng at is the headmaste r's son.

Theboyat -- ----- -- -- --------

209. «Give me sorne food for the children», the woman begged us.

The woman begged -----------------

210. They prefer taking photographs to recording everything in a video. They'd

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211. He seems to have been operated on last year.

It~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~

212. It's no use trying to sell the Egyptian painting. Anybody can see it is a fake.

There's ----- -

--------------

213. They were vaccinated to make it possible for them to spend their honeymoon in Africa.

They were vaccinated so that --------------

214. As soon as she was recognized, sh e was photographed by many paparazzi.

On~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~-

215. The witness of the murder didn't want to declare because he thought it could be dangerous for him. The witness of the murder didn't want to declare in ------

216. «You shouldn't have told anybody about it», my friend told me.

My frie nd complained -

--------------

217. I'm not going to tolerate such behaviour in my own house. rm not going to put

218. It would be sensible if you clarified che matter because there must h~vé been a misunderstanding.

.You'd - - ---- - -- - ----:--- - ---

219. Since r was walking along the street, I could see the accident. , I could see the accident.

~~ ~~~~~~~

220. ¡ won't Jet you have lunch unless you wash your hands.

Yoº--------- ---------~

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221. It was the longest sentence fd ever read. lt was one page long. Ihad

222. Ifyou shout so much, 1 don't understand what you say.

The more --------------------

223. Did the decorator give any reason for his having changed our orders?

Did the decorator give any reason why ----------

224. This year's inflation is lúgher than Jast year's.

This year's inflation is lúgher than that ·----------

225. Working as a firefighter can be a nerve-racking experience.

lt

~-----------------

226.

She's delighted. She's never spoken to an Englishman before.

She's delighted. lt's ---------------

227.

Very beauti.ful flowers, such as roses, daisies and carnations, grow in their garden.

Such --------------- -- -

--

228.

«We didn't paint on the wall»; the children said.

The children denied ---------------

229.

After two years of fighting they managed to reach an agreement in the distribution of land.

After two years of fighting they succeeded ---------

280.

If it hadn't been for the doctor's decision, she would have died. But

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TEST 24. A

231. It makes no difference whether sorne food is left. She has to cook all the dishes for the rnenu. lt doesn't

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232. As we live on the first floor, we need sorne bars for the windows.

As we live on the first floor, we should have ----- - ---

233. I'd rather she didn't rnake personal calls while she's at work. I'd pr'efer

234. She was very sad when people treated her like that.

She was very sad as she was not used ----------

235. He h~da compass with him so as not to get lost in the mist. He hada cornpass with him to avoid

236. They were about to take her to hospital when she carne round.

Theywereon

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237. She was hooked on gambling, which made her lose a lot of rnoney.

She was hooked on gambling, ------ - ------

238. Do you agree with K.irk's idea of dismissing the accountant?

AréYOU

?

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239. The company she was working for was one of the biggest in the country. Thecompanyfor

240. The first programme that was broadcastafter the end ofthe dictatorship was about war. The first programme to

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TEST 25. ·A

241.

When she had booked the rooms at the hotel, she realised she had confused the dates.

confused the dates.

242.

The coach was delayed because of the heavy rain. The coach was held

243.

Last Saturday he had a nap after lunch to rnake it possible for him to stay awake at night.

Last Saturday he had a nap after lunch so---------

244.

They happen to have had a discussion about nÚclear power last month. It

245.

The only one who was staring at me when I arrived was the woman in black. Nobody

246.

She must pay the electricity bill. Otherwise, the supply will be cut. Sheis

247.

The file I was looking for wasn't either of the ones on the table.

Neither --------------------

248.

She'll become an air hostess only if she's not afraid of heights.

She'll become an air hostess as -------------

249.

In the course of doing the crossword she learned sorne new words.

In ----------------------

250 .

«Would you like to have a whisky with me?», Henry asked me.

Henry invited ------------------

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251.

l'd prefer you to use the drill to hang this picture on the wall. l'd rather

 
 

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252.

My father has pruned the trees in the garden forme.

 

¡

253.

You ought to wash your hair.

Your hair needs

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We'll have to wa1k up the stairs because the 1ift has broken down.

 

We'll have to wa1k up the stairs because the 1ift is out -----

255.

Without y~ursupport 1 wouldn't have been able to face the situation.

liit

256.

«I'll move the piano to the other rooffi», I said.

 

I offered --------------------

257.

They took a detective on to investigate the kidnapping.

 

They took a detective on to look ------------

258.

The third train that arrives is the one going to Manchester. T~d train to

 

259.

'such different workers as clerks, fishermen and nurses were on strike.

Different workers were on strike - for ----------

260.

The psychiatrist prescribed sorne pills for him, which relieved his anxiety.

The psychiatrist prescribed sorne pills for him, --------

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111 llh 1 m, d1111'f p11.y any nttc ntion to rus warnings. He's always afraid of

1 VIII ~' ltlltH

1'11 1111, 1111111 -----~-------------

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111 v111 llowu In a helicopter before.

I L' t ------~~

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lld11 11 l 111h 1¡.J so ld, our products are examined in order to check their

111111111.y,

11 1 •1'1110 l11•l11g sold, our products are examined so -------

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11. HPJltmr s ~hata rtightingale sings every morning.

A 111µ,hUngale -

----------------

'l'ht :mios ar e expected to be very profitable thls year.

IL

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ll/11 rw uso y o ur w!ústling to your dog. He won't come back.

'l'Jwro's -----------------~

.i o7 .

l\:J r

.qot old e r, I'm eager to retire .

'l'lw ~~ ~ ~~~~~~----:-~~~ ~~~-

:.Oij,

'l 'ho hrur conclitioner they were talking about is very good. '!'he llnfr conditioner about --------------

iUIO.

Whll o DougJas was waiting for the train, he realised he had lost 1ús keys.

---- -- ----- , Douglas realised he had lost rus keys.

1470. 1\11,hough a car was coming towards him, he_succeeded in overtaking

1.litl IOl'l'y,

·

i\lthough a car was coming towards him, he managed -----

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TEST 28. A

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271. The doctor made me wait outside whlle he gave my father an injection.

272. I'm not going to water the plants today because it may rain.

I'm not going to water the plants today in ---------

2 73.

I told her she looked very srnart but to be honest I ctidn't tlúnk so.

I told her she looked very srnart but to tell ---------

274. The oil of her car will be changed in the garage next week.

She -- -

-

-

--- -

----------- -

275. He said he woitlct resigo if another solution wasn't found.

He said he wouldn't resign provided

276. «Please, don't cook that horrible ctish again», he begged rus wife.

He pleaded -

-

-

-

-

---------------,.-

277. The flight attendant demonstrated the use oflifejackets, whether people paid attention to her or not.

The .tlight attendant demonstrated the use of life jackets, even

278. I've got a headache. I'd prefer you to turn down the radio.

.,,

I'~gota headache. I'd rather -------------

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279. Her husband gave her the cheque book so that she could buy the necklace.

Her husband gave her the cheque book to

280. Everybody else isgoing to the excursion but your cousin.

Trleonly~----~----------~--

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TEST 29. A

281. The match was on the point of fuúsh.ing when they scored a goal.

The match was about ----------------

28f!. ·

My favourite dessert wasn't either of the ones they had on the menu.

Neither--------------------~

283. The tyre turned out to have a hole. It

284. We went to the airport to say goodbye to our penfriends.

We went to the airport to see

285. She's the only person who has ever won so much money at the lottery.

She's the only person ever --------------

286. As fairy tales are the child's favourite, her father reads them for her every day.

Fairy ----------

every day.

, her father reads them for her

287. It is impossible for him to write with his right hand.

Thereis

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288.

«l'll help you to do your homework as soon as I can», he told his son. Hepromised

~

289. The fuses seem to have blown. lt

290. You must trust me. I'm the only one who knows the truth. You

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TEST 30. A

291.

But for you, my glasses would be broken now.

lfit

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292.

Since ali his vegetables were pesticide-free, he sold them very well.

All ------------- , he sold them very well.

293.

The doctor advised him to drink less alcohol.

The doctor advised him to reduce his

 

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294.

Do you know the reason why the burglar alarm was switched off?

Do you know the reason for ----- -

--------

295.

She won't ever marry unless she finds the right man.

 

li _

_

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296.

My hat isn't as elegant as Rose's.

My hat isn't as elegant ~ that ---- - --------

2 97.

Seeing hungry children on TV makes me feel depressed.

 

Seeing hungry children on TV gets - -----------

298.

li I were you, I wouldn't rent my flat to such a weird man.

 

7

 

t

299.

d won't go to that hotel again», she said.

She refused - ------------=--- -- - -

300. He'll inherit everything provided he's a good son.

He'll inherit everything as --------- -

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301.

I don't find it dif:fi.cult to get honey from bee hives. I've done it so many times!

Iarn -------- - --------so many times!

302.

Blushing when talking to people is very embarrassing for her.

ft

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303.

Everybody else could ride a horse but you. Theoruy

304.

Snow White's stepmother stood in front of the mirror to malee itpossible ·

far her to see herself.

Snow White's steprnother stood in front of the mirror so

----

805.

I prefer speaking over the phone to writing a letter. l'd rather·

--------------------

306.

After such a hard day she felt as if she had run the marathon. After such a hard day she felt as ------------

307.

We'll have our cottage decorated next month.

We'll have our cottage done - -------------

808.

«Iwish I hadn't been so rude to her», my brother said.

My brother regretted ----------------

309.

He wants to work as a discjockey, even ifhis parents don'tlike the idea.

:uo.

He wants

to work as a disc jockey, whether ---------

As they found themselves in trouble, they asked for help.

---------------- , they asked for help.

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11() 1.000 .EJERCICIOS DE «REPHRASING». II TEST 32. ·A 311. Uruess you stepped on my feet,

311.

Uruess you stepped on my feet, I would dance with you.

If

312.

This crane is able to lift many tons. This crane is capable

 

313.

My legs must be waxed before I go swirnming. !

3 14.

Ifyou want to stay in a hotel this July, you should book your holidays now. It's high

315.

«Don't forget to set the alarm clock», you told me. Youreminded

 

_

316.

You ought to repair the roof ofyour house.

The roof of your house needs -

--- -

------- -

317.

· Since the snowstorm was so strong, they had to look for shelter.

The

, they had to look for shelter.

318.

Whatever tools you need for your house, you'll find them in this store. Ipáoesnt

319.

/ She changed sorne things in the cornputer programme to make it impossible for it to get a virus.

She changed sorne things in the computer prograrmne to

320.

If I insist on the matter, you won't take notice of it.

'!}le

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321. «Why don't you go out more often, Sarah?, said George.

322 .

George suggested -

----------------

rn

pay you a visit on my way to the station.

I'll drop -------------------

323. He found it extremely clifficult but finally he was able to force the safe open.

He found it extremely difficult but finally he succeeded - ---

324. In sorne places they still have donkeys in order to ~ansportheavy things.

In sorne places they still have donkeys so ------- -

-

325. He is thought to be hiding in a foreign country.

k

~

326. We visited many places - for instance, the Cathedral and the Royal Palace.

Such

327. They were the most colourful socks I had ever worn. Ihad

~

328. The poor conditions of living were the dictator's fault.

The dictator was to --- --------------

329. He looks very young, but in fact he is in his 40s.

He looks very young, but the --------------

330. While he was repairing the car his clothes got very dirty.

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TEST 34. A

331. The hairdresser permed my.sister's hair yesterday.

My sister

~- - --- ---

332. She seems to be looking for ajob. It

333. Is there any reason why you live in London?

Is there any reason for ----------- - - - - -

334. That's the last pict ure

that was painted by him.

That's the last picture to

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335. The CD I was listening to was one of the summer hits. TheCDto

336. After arguing for a while they let the girl go out wíth her friends.

After arglling for a while she ----------- - - -

337. Having listened to the news, she phoned her solicitor.

As --- -

-

-

-

-

-

-

--------- -

-

338. «What about preparing a barbecue in my garden?», Ted said.

Ted

.!

suggested

------------------

339. 'You only postponed our appointment because you hada toothache.

ll --------------------- ,---~

340. It doesn't matter whether he's sleepy or not. He has to start work at

6a.m.

It¡nakes --- - --------------- -

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TEST 35. A

341. But for the traffic jam, we would have arrived on time.

Ifit --------------------

342. «Ifyou bother me again, I'll start shouting», she said to them.

She threatened ----------------

343. You must be patient with her. She's not been feeling well lately.

You ·--------------------

344. Murillo's paintings aren't so difficult to understand as Picasso's.

Murillo's paintings aren't so difficult to understand as those ---

345. l'l1 watch the film on TV provided we have finished lunch by then. I'll watch the film on TV unless

------------~

346. As soon as he got home, he took his shoes off.

On --------,.-------~~ ~---- -

347. She set the timer to avoid overcooking the beans.

She set the timer in

--------------~-~

348. There's no point in you trying the skirt on. It's too small.

It's no -------- -----------

349. After having escaped from prison, he felt free.

------------------- ,hefeltfree.

350. Everybody was silent so that they could hear the footsteps. Everybody was silent to make ---- ----------

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TEST 36. A

351. It appears that he became very annoyed. He

_352.

1

If you don't apologise immediately, you won't see me again.

You'd -

---- --'------- -

--- - ----

353. He was quite sceptícal. It was the first time he had ever been told the future through the tarot cards.

He was quite sceptical. He had --- - --- - --- --

~

1

1

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354. As becoming a doctor is so difficult, she's studying to be a nurse.

='=.:,

:

, she's studying to be a nurse.

355. The ecologists seem to have won the elections.

ft

--:--_

356. I'll smoke a cigarette unless it bothers you.

If

357. «Be careful. There are plenty ofwasps here», he said.

.

He warned 1

1

.

1.,

\

358. Don) eat so quickly because you may get stomach-ache.

Db'n•t eat so quickly in

I

1

359. Her old-fashioned clothes betrayed her.

Her old-fashioned clothes gave ----- -

--- - ---

360. His voice sounded as if he was completely innocent.

ms voice sounded as

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361.

TEST 37. A

A plum~er is fixing her loose taps,

.

.

.

She ------~---'----"-----'----4------

362. «Don't sleep without a pillow. It's bad.!or vour neck», the d~to~S$lid.

The doctor wij:i -- - ~

363. He put sorne lotion on his arms to prevent mosquitoes from bitjng l:üm.

/:fe. put s,ome lotion on his arrns so . ----.--------~ -'--

364 .

I'm in a

l'm in a hurry. I'd prefer ~---------="-------

hurry. I'd rather take the bus.

365. Nobody else in_the group approves of that sort of behaviour but YJctoria.

Theonly,

~--------~

366. Weighing up the pros and cons of eve.rything is very useful

It -------~--------- ,.--~~----

367. It wasn't difficult for them to cook as they had done it many times.

Theywere_-"---------------------

368. Neither of the men there was the one who attacked her.

Tb.e man

369. I was about to s~y that your theori~s ar~rigl}_t.

Iwason

-

------=-------=-------~

370. I don't care what your friends are going to do. You are not driving the car tonigh.(;.

It

1

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TEST 38. A

371. The factory in our town reduced its production by 20% las,t year.

The factory in our town reduced its -----

372. The children went up the tree.

.

-=-----

,,,,

3 7 2 . The children went up the tree. . -=----- ,,,, 3 7 3

373. Without his glasses, he can'~se~a~thing.

Without his glasses, he is --~-"--''--~~---';

374 .

It was such an expensive fur coat that nobody could afford it.

lt was so

--"------

375.

You didn't take into account your parents' opposition when you bought your own flat. You didn't bargain·

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376. They called me severa! times dµring their sté).y in Morocco.

~t;yas,vyhile:--

---~---'------- - --

377. ~veryoodywa;samazed when the spaces12;ip ~ ~uccessfu)lylaunched.

3 7 8 .

To ---~-

,~---

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As soon as the zookeeper opened the gate of the cage, the lion jump cct out of it.

.?

Nósooner_--''---------:----::----~--- --'--

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If I have to wait for you , I'll pass the time eating sorne sweets.

If I have to

wait for you, I'll whi.le ------'-'--------- ~-

380. Not many people attend Church services nowadays.

~re is

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TEST 39.A

Do you. prefer read.ing poetry?

Is

~

Ifyou h~ve tonsilitis, it would be a good idea ifyou didn't drink cold drinks.

If you have tonsilitis, you'd be well ------------

f would never: have thought that he co~dbetray m~.

Never -- ---- - ~-~

------------~

As he didn't have a job, he found it impossible to pay all the bills.

As he didn't have a job, he found it impossible to make -----

Human beings find it difficult to liv~without !ove.

Love'ís --------------------~

:urn.

!)87.

:11m.

He stoped talking, as }}e needed a sip ofwater.

Hebroke--------- - -----=------

Fortunately, we {ound our lost budgie.

We had ------------- -

------

You seem a self-con.fident person, but your idell:S are often confused. Self-con.fident

--~--------------,,---~

!180 .

:1110.

1 l e reatised that the threat was real when h~ heard the exolosiolli

Oruy

lt is certain that these baby elephants are going to become the rnain aLLraction.

These baby elephants are

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TEST 40.A

391.

She had such a big collection ofbutterflies that severa! musewns wanted to buy it.

Shehadso -----~--------------

392.

You must have trusted Helen very much to have lent her vour car.

Helen_

393.

I shouted as loud ~ I could, but you just couldn't hear me.

394.

You mustn't enter the operating theatre under any circwnstances.

395.

Don't underestimate her. She's a very good player and it'll be clifficult to beather. Don'tsell

 

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396. They only p layed the stock market because Jerry insisted that it was

a

good moment for it.

It

was at --------------- - - -

-- -

3 97 .

398 .

He nearly broke his leg when he was learnin~ to ski. Hecamevery

.,.

'f.l(e latest fashion is becoming popular among young people. 'The latest fashion is

~ ---

399. The thing that causes the trouble in tbjs city is the rain. It's the

400 .

You accu:>ed her ?fbeing responsible for losing the client. Íouput

~--------;-;;-;-:;::;:;,'.

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402.

403.

404.

TEST 41.A

Although l've been faced with an irnportant problem I won't give up. Although I've come - T"""---

,

---

-----------

She had hardly started to speak when sorne people went out of the room.

Hardly

;

You don't really be~ev~th* l'J1 ,be abl.e to fJ.y aplane. You have serious

--- -----'---- r--------

~

As s?on as he had .fipish~dhis book. he took it to the publisher.

on·

¡-~~---~~~-----'"-----~~~~~~~~

405.

406.

407.

408.

409.

410.

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What.bothers him is the people se~~

at ti;affic lights.

It's --;-----,----------------

Now that you have a baby you must have the courage to deal with the situation.

Now that you have a

baby you must

face --- ---

::

:

He felt

utterly ha~pyW.hen be g~ta job after years of being unemployed.

He felt anything

---:,-------------

If you have the chance, go and yisit Niagara Falls.

Should the ------- ----- -----

They were not aware of their d.ifficult situation until they ran out of water.

Not until -----,r.----------'--------

Something irnportant must be worrying Susan.

Something irnportant must be -------

----'-----

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TEST 42. ·A

411. He can't l)ave mistaken his qwn ~isterfor ,soznebody ~1se,

Itc~,~----------~ ----- ~

412. I had such a d41l companion in my flight to Rome that 1 decided to listen to my walkman.

---------------

Ihadso

413. She felt very sad after quarrelling :with hei: best friend.

She felt very sad after falling -------------

414. He seldom goe§_anywl}_ere without his dog.

Seldom -----~---------------

415.

It would be a good idea to devote more time to your project because it is at a_stanqstill You'd

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416. I owe my life to the taxi-driver who took me to hospital.

Iam~·--------------------

417. If you tell Bob about our plans, he'll revea! them.

If you tell Bob about our plans, he'll spill ·

418. When the problem with the lift is solved, there will be no more protests fr~the neighbours.

The solutioo.to the oroblem with the lift will put ----''-----'-----''------

419. Whateve1~happens, I'll stay qy you.

Come~~-~--~---------------

420. Although it may seem unlike ly, I'm telling you the truth.

UQiikely

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Nobody believed they would open a new branch of the bank, but they did.

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He had just closed the door when the fue alarm went off.

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1123. You took no notice of my advice and now you'll have to accept the consequences of it.

You took no notice of my advice and now you'll have to face

431. Don't worry. 1'11 find time to shorten ~ourdress.

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Jane t is always smiling.

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I do love him, but I won't leave my fanúly because of him.

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ACtcr Che operation he didn't feel

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Thc man she's met through the marriage bureau bears

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437. Her research didn't influence what the professor said.

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