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Exercise 2: Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C or D which has the same meaning as the given one.

  1. Unlike her friends, Jane prefers an independent life.

    1. Jane doesn’t like her friends because she prefers an independent life.

    2. Her friends live in an independent life and Jane doesn’t like it.

    3. Jane doesn’t like her friends to live in a dependent life.

    4. Jane prefers an independent life but her friends do not.

  2. I used to live in Santa Clara Valley.

    1. I’m used to living in Santa Clara Valley.

    2. I’m living in Santa Clara Valley.

    3. I once lived in Santa Clara Valley but no longer live there.

    4. I’ve always lived in Santa Clara Valley.

  3. My sister speaks little German.

    1. My sister can speak German rather well.

    2. My sister doesn’t speak much German,

    3. My sister speaks German softly.

    4. My sister speaks German badly.

  4. Who made you work so hard yesterday?

    1. Who forced you to work so hard yesterday?




    1. Why did you work so hard yesterday?

    2. What made you work so hard yesterday?

    3. How could you work so hard yesterday?

  1. Her father fell ill because he had worked so hard.

    1. Her father was too ill to work hard.

    2. Her father was ill and he could not work hard,

    3. Her father didn’t work hard because he fell ill.

    4. Her father fell ill because of working so hard.

  2. She didn’t ring the bell but just walked in.

    1. She just walked in without the bell ringing.

    2. she just walked in not ringing the bell,

    3. She just walked in and then rang the bell.

    4. She just walked in without ringing the bell.

  3. When they arrived, the good seats were already taken.

    1. They didn’t get good seats because they arrived too late.

    2. They arrived late enough to get good seats.

    3. They had to stand for a long time to have good seats.

    4. They couldn’t get good seats although they arrived early.

  4. Anna never wants to see another horror film.

    1. Anna hasn’t seen a horror film.

    2. Anna has enjoyed all the horror films she has seen.

    3. Anna is tired of seeing horror films.

    4. Anna is worried to miss the next horror film.

  5. It won’t rain tomorrow.

    1. There won’t be any rain tomorrow.

    2. There won’t be no rain tomorrow,

    3. There won’t be some rain tomorrow.

    4. There won’t be raining tomorrow.

  6. Their game of badminton is always on Thursday.

    1. They always play badminton on Thursday.

    2. They have always played badminton on Thursday,

    3. They always play their game on Thursday.

    4. They play badminton always on Thursday.



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