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Extra Practice
For each of the sentences below, rewrite a new sentence as similar as possible in meaning to the
original sentence, but using the word given in capital letters which are not to be altered.

EXAMPLE: John inflated the tyres of his bicycle. BLEW
John blew up the tyres of his bicycle.

1. I don’t think he'd be able to do the job. CAPABLE

2. You shouldn't pay any attention to what he says. NOTICE

3. I persuaded him to go with me. CONVINCED

4. We haven't any milk left, I'm afraid. RUN

5. We all like the show, except George. ONLY

6. Did he explain why he was late? REASON

7. He hasn't paid back the money I lent him. BORROWED

8. What time does the plane reach New York? ARRIVE

9. I'm surprised he refused your offer. TURNED

10. She despises us because she went to such an expensive school. LOOKS

11. He told me all about it. EXPLAINED

12. To be honest, I don't understand what you mean. TRUTH

13. We very seldom get inquires of that kind. HARDLY

14. Of course it's mine. BELONG

15. It’s no use arguing about it. POINT

16. It's a pleasure to talk to her. SHE

17. Did you manage to reach an agreement? SUCCEED

18. I refuse to work overtime unless I'm paid for it. OBJECT

19. I almost went mad with the noise. DROVE

20. I don’t agree with the way they bring up their children. APPROVE

21. I'll investigate your complaint, Madam, and find out who was responsible. LOOK
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22. I'm not to blame for what happened. FAULT

23. I'm sure he will know the answer. BOUND

24. I suddenly thought of a brilliant plan. OCCURRED

25. Unlike you, I have a family to support. DIFFERENCE

26. Who gave you my name? RECOMMENDED

27. We were all there, except John. APART

28. All he cares about is money. ONLY

29. He's an awful man, I don’t know how she can stand him. PUT

30. She has recovered from her illness. GOT

31. Who is responsible for this department? CHARGE

32. The consequences don’t scare me. AFRAID

33. How did he answer the accusations? REPLY

34. What I like about this method is that it’s simple. ATTRACTS

35. "I'm not going to stand up," he said. REFUSED

36. "You stole it," I said to him. ACCUSED

37. "I'm sorry I'm late," she said. APOLOGISED

38. "Let's go to the countryside for fresh air," he said. SUGGESTED

39. Have you always wanted to become a doctor? INTERESTED

40. He said ST funny. JOKE
41. They are no longer fashionable. DATE

42. I'm afraid we haven’t any left. STOCK.

43. Many people are unaware of what has been achieved. KNOW

44. They settle down where it suits them. FEEL
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45. Two dams in Brazil collapsed after weeks of torrential rain. RESULT

46. Most dam failures occur soon after construction or after a long uneventful period of operation.
47. A Danish priest sold roses from his garden in aid of local orphans. HELP

48. The flags were originally fastened with pins. USED

49. He had to retire because he was too old. AGE

50. His education affected him for the rest of his life. INFLUENCE

51. As I was going to the station, I met Marry. WAY

52. I was just going to do it myself. POINT

53. He hasn't got enough money. SHORT

54. Did he explain why he behaved like that? REASON

55. She stopped asking for advice. GAVE

56. Shouldn’t you smoke fewer cigarettes? CUT

57. You can try as hard as you like but you won't succeed. HOWEVER

58. We believe that the government has prepared a plan. HAVE

59. Jill's parents are making her study hard. MADE

60. Cathy hasn’t been on holiday with her sister before. FIRST

61. So exhausted were the runners that none of them finished the race. TOO

62. Sue thought it would be a good idea for me to see a doctor. ADVISED

63. If they offered you the job, would you accept? WERE

64. If you are in London by any chance, come and see me. HAPPEN

65. I didn’t have the money so I didn't buy a new suit. WOULD

66. Keith told me about the hotel. WHO

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67. The dog that chases our cat belongs to those people. WHOSE

68. When I asked him about the results of his exams, he didn’t like it. ON

69. I'm sorry I didn’t go to University. REGRET

70. Winning the football pools meant we could buy a new car. ENABLED

71. They said they would like me to stay with them in Florida. INVITED

72. Jean succeeded in finishing all her work on time. MANAGED

73. Calling Jim is pointless, because his phone is out of order. USE

74. It’s pointless to worry about someone else's problems. THERE

75. My passport needs renewing. GET

76. There is ST on your mind, isn’t there? ABOUT

77. It was only when I checked that I noticed the tyre was flat. DID

78. Please inform the relevant authorities at once. DELAY

79. What's your opinion of Wendy's new painting? THINK

80. Sunrise is at 4.30 tomorrow morning. SUN

81. Neil has the bad habit of getting in people's way. ALWAYS

82. What time is the train for Nottingham? LEAVE

83. What do you intend to do now? GOING

84. You'll find me waiting outside the station. BE

85. Scientists are on the point of making a vital breakthrough. ABOUT

86. Maria is pregnant again. HAVE

87. I'll be home late. UNTIL

88. Mary and Alan's wedding is next weekend. MARRIED

89. Susan booked out before we got to her hotel. BY THE TIME

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90. This has been my home for 30 years. HAVE

91. Eating Chinese food is new to me. BEFORE

92. I bought me car in 1985 and I'm still driving it. BEEN

93. Tony hasn't been to Paris before. FIRST

94. People say that Mrs. Tuner was having business difficulties. BEEN

95. The police towed away Alan's car. GOT

96. We're moving to Bristol next week but we promise to stay in contact wit you. TOUCH

97. I hate winter, it really depresses me. DOWN

98. He can speak French well enough to go to the conference. FLUENT

99. Sarah wore dark glasses so that no one would recognise her. AVOID

100. I wonder if you could possibly open the door for me. MIND

101. If only you had tried harder, you might have passed the exam. EFFORT

102. She was dismissed because her typing was poor. LOST

103. They don’t mind which film they go to. MATTER

104. My mother didn't like my new shoes. DISAPPROVED

105. She doesn’t know the difference between margarine and butter. TELL

106. The man in that painting bears a strong resemblance to my uncle. REMINDS

107. People knew they were spies. KNOWN

108. Most doctors agree that smoking is bad for your health. HARM

109. It's a waste of time to try and explain tings to Tony. WORTH

110. The cause of the explosion is still unknown. CAUSED

111. Everyone but Jane failed to produce the correct answer. SUCCEEDED

112. You must drive more slowly in town. REDUCE

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113. Be sure to say goodbye to your grandmother before you leave. WITHOUT

114. That sort of behaviour is deplorable in my opinion. APPROVE

115. Dicken's last novel was unfinished when he died. WITHOUT

116. Please would you send me further details, of the job advertised? GRATEFUL

117. He said he disapproved of people who smoked. EXPRESSED

118. I daren't turn up TV because the baby might wake up. FEAR

119. Her husband does not agree if she goes to work. DISAPPROVES

120. I hope to receive your confirmation soon. LOOK

121. More than 1,000 runners participated in this year's Manchester marathon. PART

122. My father is going to be very angry when he finds out that I have lost the car key. WALL

123. He didn't give any reason for his strange behaviour that day. BEHAVED

124. I didn't agree with the idea. FAVOUR

125. As soon as Linda bought a new radio, Sandra bought a better one. SOONER

126. We'd better leave them a note, because it's possible they will arrive later. CASE

127. The last Olympic Games were held in Seoul. TOOK

128. The company has decided to replace this model. INTENTION

129. His last letter to me was written three years ago. HEARD

130. An open fire can’t be compared to central heating. COMPARISON

131. There is no way that young man can achieve success in this test. BOUND

132. This hotel is inaccessible in winter. POSSIBLE

133. It was difficult for Susan to believe the good news. HARDLY

134. John was shocked to hear that he had failed the driving test. CAME

135. As far as I know he's still living in Bristol. KNOWLEDGE

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136. They will think your nephew stole the money. SUSPECTED

137. They were on the point of cancelling the match when the opposition arrived. CALL

138. It wasn't my intention to upset you. MEAN

139. He continued his story, even though no one was listening. WENT

140. He has a good relationship with all his pupils. GETS

141. As a boy, he was a regular churchgoer. USED

142. Their house has been broken into three times this year. HAD

143. He did the puzzle in two minutes. SOLUTION

144. Only if you work hard now, have you any chance of success. DEPENDS

145. I find his handwriting very hard to read. DIFFICULTY

146. The fridge is completely empty. LEFT

147. Can you tell me where the Midland Hotel is? DIRECT

148. His favourite breakfast is porridge and kippers. WHAT

149. This must be kept secret. KNOW

150. You must make allowances for his inexperience. ACCOUNT

151. Mr. Bill managed to repair the garage roof only because his neighbours helped him.
152. If you take that job, you will have to get up 6 a. m every morning. MEANS

153. The children made every effort to please their parents. BEST

154. Nobody could possibly believe the story he told us. BEYOND

155. Our opinions on the subject are identical. DIFFERENCE

156. I want to be left alone. DISTURBED

157. They lay on the beach the whole week sunbathing. SPENT

158. I'd like you to wait until they bring out a new model. RATHER

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159. We couldn’t find him anywhere. NOWHERE

160. I felt that it had been a big mistake to give up that job. REGRETTED

161. He joined the army as soon as he had finished school. SCARCELY

162. The deaths of over fifty people were caused by the storm. RESULTED

163. We have given winter equipment to all the soldiers. PROVIDED

164. Brian is good at looking after the sick. CARE

165. I think this word comes from ancient Greek. DERIVED

166. I wish I knew what to do about this problem. SOLUTION

167. The manager promised to have the goods delivered at once. WITHOUT

168. I would like to thank you from all the staff. BEHALF

169. Ellen has been unemployed for six months. OUT

170. Many people nowadays find it increasingly difficult to exist on the money they earn. ENDS

171. They have security guards so that people won’t try to steal. DISCOURAGE

172. If you gave your mind to your work, you might not to make so many mistakes.

173. She loves to play tennis. KEEN

174. I found the story she told me very interesting. FASCINATED

175. The two theories appears to be completely different. COMMON

176. Pandas need a special diet, without it they perish.
177. I don’t speak to strange men. HABIT

178. Sports cars are John's great passion. CRAZY

179. I didn’t tell the truth because I didn’t want to say what had really happened. LIE

180. Stop disturbing me! Can’t you see I'm working? ALONE

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181. The bread was too stale to eat. FRESH

182. He was too ill to work. PREVENTED

183. Your attitude annoys me. FIND

184. Most people took not notice of the stranger at the bar. ATTENTION

185. I haven't used he phone for several days. SINCE

186. As my problems got worse, I stopped speaking to people. LONGER

187. I think you ought to have your coat dry-cleaned. NEEDS

188. You must set the burglar alarm before you leave the building. WITHOUT

189. Could you help me with these cases as they’re very heavy. LEND

190. The authorities in Kenya claim to have eliminated poaching. ACCORDING

191. "Have you ever been to America?" the officer asked me. WHETHER

192. She wasn't keen on leaving after dark. RELUCTANT

193. We can avoid serious injuries by wearing seat-belts in cars. PREVENTED

194. I think cycling is preferable to walking. RATHER

195. They share a lot of hobbies and interests. COMMON

196. The house has got everything except a large garden.
197. I'm afraid to say that we have no oil left. RUN

198. He celebrated his birthday last Saturday. PLACE

199. Bad weather delayed the flight. DUE

200. What you do with the money is of no interest to me. CARE

201. Peter inherited a large sum of money form his uncle. LEFT

202. The result of the match was a deep disappointment to the fans. DEEPLY

203. I regret shouting at him.
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204. The new equipment means that the work can be done more safely. THANKS

205.We were not very surprised to hear that he had been stealing money from the company.
206. The report says that the pyramids will deteriorate. ACCORDING

207. I resent the way that she clearly feels herself to be superior to me. NOSE

208. I do not intend to discuss this matter any further. HAVE

209. All this violence on TV makes me tired and sick. FED

210. We should be going home now. WENT