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Exercise 4: Choose the correct sentence among A, B, c or D which has the meaning as the given one.

  1. “Never borrow money from friends,” my father said.

    1. My father said to me never borrow money from friends.

    2. My father told me never to borrow money from friends,

    3. My father advised me not borrow money from friends.

    4. My father suggested me never borrowing money from friends.

  2. Mr. Richards lost his job because he was late every day.

    1. If Mr. Richards were late every day, he would lose his job.

    2. If Mr. Richards had been late every day, he would have lost his job.

    3. If Mr. Richards weren’t late every day, he wouldn’t lose his job.

    4. If Mr. Richards hadn’t been late every day, he wouldn’t have lost his job.

  3. It is difficult to start looking for a job at my age.

    1. I’m young, so it is difficult to start looking for a job.

    2. It is difficult for me to get employed at my age.

    3. Getting employed at such ages is also difficult.

    4. I don’t think I can start looking for a job now.

  4. Although she is intelligent, she doesn’t do well at school.

    1. In spite of intelligent, but she doesn’t do well at school.

    2. Despite being intelligent, she doesn’t do well at school.

    3. Even though her intelligence, she doesn’t do well at school.

    4. In spite the fact that she is intelligent, she doesn’t do well at school.

  5. Life in Vietnam in 2050 will be very different.

    1. Vietnam will be very different in 2050.

    2. The year 2050 will see great changes in Vietnam.

    3. The year 2050 will see great differences in life in Vietnam.

    4. People of Vietnam will make great changes for the country.

  6. “Why don’t you complain to the company, John?” said Peter.

    1. Peter asked John why he doesn’t complain to the company.

    2. Peter advised John complaining to the company,

    3. Peter suggested John to complain to the company.




    1. Peter suggested that John should complain to the company.

  1. He was driving very fast because he didn’t know the road was icy.

    1. If he knew the road was icy, he wouldn’t drive so fast.

    2. If he had known the road was icy, he wouldn’t have been driving so fast,

    3. He wasn’t driving very fast if he would know the road was icy.

    4. He hadn’t been driving very fast if he would have known the road was icy.

  2. He was annoyed because I walked across his field.

    1. He objected to me because I walked across his field.

    2. He objected to me to have walked across his field,

    3. He objected to my walking across his field.

    4. He objected for me to walk across his field.

  3. The dictionary was so expensive that I didn’t buy it.

    1. The dictionary was enough expensive for me to buy.

    2. The dictionary was too expensive for me to buy it.

    3. It was an expensive dictionary so that meant I didn’t buy.

    4. It was such an expensive dictionary that I didn’t buy it.

  4. p m sure it wasn’t Mr. Pike you saw because he is in London.

    1. It couldn’t be Mr. Pike you saw because he is in London.

    2. It can’t have been Mr. Pike you saw because he is in London,

    3. It mustn’t have been Mr. Pike you saw because he is in London.

    4. It mightn’t be Mr. Pike you saw because he is in London.


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