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What do the following sentences mean? Choose the correct answer:

1.  I’m planning to study a degree in Law.

a. I’m studying a degree in Law.

b. I’m going to study a degree in Law.

c. I think I will study a degree in Law.

2.  I predict a score 3-0 to United.

a. The score is going to be 3-0 to United.

b. I think the score will be 3-0 to United.

c. The score may be 3-0 to United.

3.  Paula is likely to be hired.

a. I think Paula will be hired.

b. Paula must be hired.

c. Paula may be hired.

4.  Sarah doesn’t plan to decide on a university degree yet.

a. Sarah is not going to decide on a university degree yet.

b. Sarah is going to decide on a university degree.

c. Sarah will never decide on a university degree.

5.  Terry intends to send his application form next week.

a. Terry may send his application form next week.

b. Terry must send his application form next week.

c. Terry is going to send his application form next week.

Rewrite the following sentences so that the new ones have the same same meaning as the original:         
NOTE: DON'T FORGET LOW CASES AND CONTRACTIONS WHENEVER POSSIBLE.

1. I plan to get enoguh sleep during my holidays. 


 2. Write a suitable question for the underlined part: 

Megan and Ian are thinking of early retirement.


   

3. Write a suitable question:  Tim has been out of work for quite some time.


4. Write a suitable question:  Terry intends to finish the painting next week.

     

6. Write a suitable question: During my visit to Madrid, I saw many famous people.

     

7.  Write a suitable question:  It often rains.

     

8. The manager had never found such a reliable worker before.

That was

9.   During the job interview, they asked me to show them my C.V.

While I

10.   During our holidays in London, it rained a lot.

While 

11.   During my visit to France, I improved my knowledge of French.

While 

12.   It’s four months since we last had a whole night sleep.

a.   We haven’t

b.   We last

c.    The last time

13.   I haven’t practiced daily sport for years.

a.   It’s 

b.   I last 

14.   I haven’t heard of yoga and meditation as a school subject  before.

a.   This is 

15.   This is the first time Steve has paid attention to his diet.

a.   Steve

16.   That was the first time Steve had paid attention to his diet.

Steve

17.   He started to lose weight at the age of twelve. (He’s now 22).

a.   He

b.   He

18.    Dad started to cook an hour ago.

Dad 

19.    My older brother has been driving for three years now.

My older brother

20.    They became friends some years ago.

They

21.    It’s many years since I last caught a cold.

I haven’t

22.    James has been dating Jane for some weeks now.

James started

23.    The job interview started before we arrived at the office.

The job interview

24.    The children unwrapped their presents before they had breakfast.

When the children  

25.     Jack got a promotion before he was given a pay rise.

When Jack 

26.    “We’ll change our unhealthy diet for a balanced one”, the mum said.

The mum

27.    “Have you got any previous work experience?”, Tim enquired.

Tim 

28.    “Please wait for me here”, Mary asked her brother.

Mary 

29.    “I’ve been working on my C.V. since yesterday”, he said.

He

30.    “Why didn’t you mention your qualifications on computer studies?”, the interviewer asked me.

The interviewer  

31.    “Let’s apply for this job right now”, my sister said.

My sister  

32.    “Why don’t you hire a baby-sitter for tomorrow night”, he suggested.

He suggested  

33.    I started to think of early retirement last year. I’m still thinking of it. (since)

34.    “I’ll call you back tonight”, she promised me.

She promised me

35.    “How about studying for the exam together”, I said.

I

36.    “Will you have moved by next Friday?”, my landlady wanted to know.

My landlady   

37.    “What time is it now?”, he asked.

He asked 

38.    “Could you please pick me up at 8 o’clock?”, Maria asked her boyfriend.

39.    “How many people will there be?”, I enquired.

I enquired

40.    “How much coffee is there left?”, mum asked.

Mum asked 

41.    “Don’t be late this evening”, the teacher told the students.

The teacher

      


 


 

      



 

 

 

 

       


 

 

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