Sentence transformation, 16

For questions 31-40, 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. There is an example at the beginning (0). 

Example:

0 Mr Jones needn’t go if he doesn’t want to.

obliged

Mr Jones …is not obliged to go ….if he doesn’t want to.

31 He really likes correcting her English.

pleasure

He ……………………….. correcting her English.

32 It’s not necessary to take a lot of luggage when going on holiday.

much

You ……………………… luggage when going on holiday.

33 Perhaps he hasn’t received the doctor’s results yet.

may

He …………………….. the doctor’s results yet.

34 All I want you to do is to look after my dog.

care

All I want you to do is to ………………….. my dog.

35 She was not certain about the trip.

decide

She …………………………….. about the trip.

36 He locked the gate so that the dog wouldn’t escape.

prevent

He locked the gate …………………….. escaping.

37 They did not like to pay extra taxes.

objected

They ……………………………………………. extra taxes.

38 The day was so nice that we went on a picnic.

such

It was ………………………. that we went on a picnic.

39 The only person I didn’t see was Jane.

except

I …………………………………………….. Jane.

40 She decided to visit her friend and tell her the news.

drop

She decided to ………………… her friend and tell her the news.

Check your answers here

4 Responses to “Sentence transformation, 16”

  1. sandra Says:

    very good exercise

  2. Tahajudin Sudibyo Says:

    It’s the best sentence transformation I’ve ever seen.

  3. JRV Says:

    where is the answer key? The link is dead. Thank you

  4. davide Says:

    it is very good

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