1. Complete the passage with the correct form of the verbs in brackets and suitable relative pronouns (don't use that).
If you 1. (like) crisps 2. are exotically flavoured, you’re not alone. According to a recent article, crisps with strong, savoury flavours such as Mexican chili are becoming more popular. And if this trend continues, snack-food producers 3. (continue) to look for new and interesting flavours for their products. Analysts quoted in the article predicted that these 4. probably (include) flavours inspired by traditional African and Latin American dishes. However, people 5. prefer less unusual flavours needn’t worry, because the old favourites aren’t disappearing. They do, though, vary from country to country. Salted crisps are still among the top-selling type in the UK and Ireland. But in Germany, 6. paprika is widely used in local dishes, crisps with that flavour are very popular. And in France, a country 7. is known for its mustard, many people like mustard-flavoured crisps the best.
So, if you 8. (have) any flavoured crisp you 9 (want), what 10. it (be)? Perhaps you’d agree with one of my friends, who said that she 11. (wish) there were chocolate crisps.
2. Rewrite or combine the sentences using the words in brackets. Do not change the original meaning of the sentences.
1. “Can you afford this gadget?” James asked me. (whether)
2. It’s a pity I couldn’t go to the football match. (wish)
3. A.S. Byatt and Margaret Drabble are both famous British authors. They’re sisters. (who)
4. He recently moved to San Francisco. He’s going to medical school there. (where)
5. It was easy for the thief to steal my bike because I forgot to lock it. (if)
6. “I promise I’ll be home by 3 am,” Gretchen told her parents. (promised)
7. “Do you like modern dance?” Jessica asked me. (if)
8. If we don’t order the new software by Monday, we won’t get the discount. (unless)
9. Last weekend, there was a pet adoption fair. I got a kitten there. (where)
10. It’s a pity that you missed the end-of-year party. (If only)