Muunnoslauseita 2

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Muunnoslauseita 2
Muunnoslauseita 2
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Muuta lauseita niin, että saat lisättyä niihin
lihavoidun sanan. Älä muuta itse lisättävää
sanaa. Useimmiten joudut lisäämään
muitakin sanoja uuteen versioon. Tarkkaile
kunkin sanan vaatimaa kielioppia.
Muunnoslauseita 2
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1. Fish for breakfast doesn't appeal to
everybody. TASTE
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1. Fish for breakfast doesn't appeal to
everybody. TASTE
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Fish for breakfast is not to
everyone's taste.
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2. Have you any objection to my sitting
here for a while? MIND
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2. Have you any objection to my sitting
here for a while? MIND
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Do you mind my/me sitting /if I
sit here for a while?
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3. I'm going to make you responsible for
today's programme.
CHARGE
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3. I'm going to make you responsible for
today's programme.
CHARGE
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I'm going to put you in charge of
today's programme.
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4. The firm is going to raise everybody's
salary! GIVEN
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4. The firm is going to raise everybody's
salary! GIVEN
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Everybody in the firm will be / is
to be given a raise (in their salary)!
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5. Did Pamela say why she was so late?
REASON
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5. Did Pamela say why she was so late?
REASON
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Did Pamela give you a reason for
being late?
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6. It wasn't necessary for you to do all
that washing-up. NEEDN'T
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6. It wasn't necessary for you to do all
that washing-up. NEEDN'T
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You needn't have done all that
washing-up.
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7. Things are always going wrong in a job
like this.
SORT
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7. Things are always going wrong in a job
like this.
SORT
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Things are always going wrong in
this sort of job.
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8. The guide said it is the tallest building
in the world. DESCRIBED
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8. The guide said it is the tallest building
in the world. DESCRIBED
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The guide described it as the
tallest building in the world.
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9. We were just going out when it started
to rain. ABOUT
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9. We were just going out when it started
to rain. ABOUT
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We were about to go out when it
started to rain.
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10.
The doctor says your liver will be
alright, unless you start drinking again.
PROVIDED
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10.
The doctor says your liver will be
alright, unless you start drinking again.
PROVIDED

The doctor says your liver will be
alright, provided you don’t start
drinking again.
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11.
The stories he tells about the war
are unbelievable. BEYOND
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11.
The stories he tells about the war
are unbelievable. BEYOND
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The stories he tells about the war
are beyond belief.
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12.
My car costs me an awful lot to
run these days. SPEND
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12.
My car costs me an awful lot to
run these days. SPEND

I spend an awful lot on running
my car these days.
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13.
The garden is too small for us to
build a swimming pool. ROOM
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13.
The garden is too small for us to
build a swimming pool. ROOM
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There's not enough room for a
swimming pool in our garden.
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14.
What speed is allowed on this
motorway? HOW
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14.
What speed is allowed on this
motorway? HOW
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How fast are you allowed to / can
you drive on this motorway?
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15.
It is as though they were
millionaires, the way they live! MIGHT
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15.
It is as though they were
millionaires, the way they live! MIGHT
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They might as well be millionaires,
the way they live!
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16.
We could have walked to the
station, it was so near. ENOUGH
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16.
We could have walked to the
station, it was so near. ENOUGH
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The station would have been near
enough to walk to.
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17.
There's no need to phone me
when you arrive. BOTHER
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17.
There's no need to phone me
when you arrive. BOTHER
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Don't bother to phone me when
you arrive.
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18.
Is it really advisable to freeze this
sort of food? SHOULD
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18.
Is it really advisable to freeze this
sort of food? SHOULD

Should you really freeze this sort
of food?
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19.
Nobody would let me go to the
hospital to see the survivors.
ALLOWED
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19.
Nobody would let me go to the
hospital to see the survivors.
ALLOWED
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I wasn't allowed to go to the
hospital to see the survivors.
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20.
I suppose they are all away for
the weekend.
MUST
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20.
I suppose they are all away for
the weekend.
MUST
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They must all be away for the
weekend.
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21.
I'm not going to retire until I
myself want to. FEEL
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21.
I'm not going to retire until I
myself want to. FEEL
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I'm not going to retire until I feel
like it / doing so.
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22.
That hotel is too expensive for us,
I'm afraid. RANGE
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22.
That hotel is too expensive for us,
I'm afraid. RANGE
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I'm afraid that hotel is out of our
price range.
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23.
I don't personally care if they
come or not. MATTER
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23.
I don't personally care if they
come or not. MATTER
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It doesn't matter to me whether/if
they come or not.
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24.
After fifteen minutes the teacher
had still not arrived.
SIGN
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24.
After fifteen minutes the teacher
had still not arrived.
SIGN
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After fifteen minutes there was
still no sign of the teacher.
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25.
We didn't go to the island in the
storm in case we couldn't get back.
FEAR
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25.
We didn't go to the island in the
storm in case we couldn't get back.
FEAR
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We didn't go to the island in the
storm for fear of not being able to
get back.
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26.
Rosalyn found the heat and
humidity quite intolerable. BEAR
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26.
Rosalyn found the heat and
humidity quite intolerable. BEAR
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Rosalyn couldn't bear the heat and
humidity.
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27.
It's going to rain. I think you
should take your raincoat. HAD
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27.
It's going to rain. I think you
should take your raincoat. HAD

It's going to rain. I think you had
better take your raincoat.
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28.
Many of us had not been in a
helicopter before. TIME
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28.
Many of us had not been in a
helicopter before. TIME
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It was the first time that many of
us had been in a helicopter.
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29.
Yes, it's a great pity we lost the
game. WISH
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29.
Yes, it's a great pity we lost the
game. WISH

I wish we hadn't lost the game.
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30.
I don't think John will be able to
do that job. CAPABLE
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30.
I don't think John will be able to
do that job. CAPABLE
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I don't think John is capable of
doing that job.
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31.
You shouldn't pay so much
attention to their complaints.
NOTICE
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31.
You shouldn't pay so much
attention to their complaints.
NOTICE
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You shouldn't take so much notice
of their complaints.
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32.
We insist on knowing the truth
about all this.
DEMAND
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32.
We insist on knowing the truth
about all this.
DEMAND

We demand to know the truth
about all this.
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33.
Everybody enjoyed the play
except Raymond. ONLY
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33.
Everybody enjoyed the play
except Raymond. ONLY
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Raymond was the only one who
didn’t enjoy the play.
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34.
I don't like being alone in such a
big house. OWN
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34.
I don't like being alone in such a
big house. OWN

I don't like being on my own in
such a big house.
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35.
Go and ask Joe. I'm sure he'll
know the answer. BOUND
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35.
Go and ask Joe. I'm sure he'll
know the answer. BOUND

Joe is bound to know the answer.
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36.
All of a sudden, Alice thought of a
solution to the problem.
OCCURRED
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36.
All of a sudden, Alice thought of a
solution to the problem.
OCCURRED

All of a sudden, a solution to the
problem occurred to Alice.
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37.
Harry.
It is very interesting to talk to
PERSON
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37.
It is very interesting to talk to
Harry. PERSON

Harry is a very interesting person
to talk to.
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38.
Your hair is much too long, dear.
NEEDS
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38.
Your hair is much too long, dear.
NEEDS
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Your hair needs cutting, dear.
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39.
This is the last time I’ll ask you to
help me!
NEVER
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39.
This is the last time I’ll ask you to
help me!
NEVER
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I’ll never ask you to help me
again!
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40.
Has she written to you lately?
HEARD
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40.
Has she written to you lately?
HEARD

Have you heard from her lately?
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41.
We must have your answer
tonight at the latest. INSIST
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41.
We must have your answer
tonight at the latest. INSIST

We insist on having your answer
tonight at the latest.
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42.
My father is going to lend me his
car tonight. BORROW
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42.
My father is going to lend me his
car tonight. BORROW

I'm going to borrow my father's
car tonight.
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43.
This recipe says the milk can be
replaced with yoghurt. SUBSTITUTE
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43.
This recipe says the milk can be
replaced with yoghurt. SUBSTITUTE

This recipe says you can substitute
yoghurt for the milk.
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44.
Somebody has stolen all Pandora's
jewellery.
ROBBED
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44.
Somebody has stolen all Pandora's
jewellery.
ROBBED
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Pandora has been robbed of all
her jewellery.
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45.
You don't mean to say you want a
fifth ice-cream, do you?
SURELY
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45.
You don't mean to say you want a
fifth ice-cream, do you?
SURELY
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Surely you don't want a fifth icecream?
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46.
flats.
The bank now owns this block of
BELONGS
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46.
The bank now owns this block of
flats. BELONGS

This block of flats now belongs to
the bank.
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47.
He was speaking so quickly that I
couldn't understand him.
TOO
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47.
He was speaking so quickly that I
couldn't understand him.
TOO
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He was speaking too quickly for
me to understand him / to be
understood.
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48.
The fridge is absolutely empty.
LEFT
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48.
The fridge is absolutely empty.
LEFT

There is absolutely nothing left in
the fridge.
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49.
He was not listening to what we
were saying. PAYING
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49.
He was not listening to what we
were saying. PAYING

He wasn't paying attention to
what we were saying.
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50.
Nothing ever frightens him.
AFRAID
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50.
Nothing ever frightens him.
AFRAID

He is never afraid of anything.
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51.
It's not my habit to get up so
early in the morning. USED
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51.
It's not my habit to get up so
early in the morning. USED

I'm not used to getting up so early
in the morning.
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52.
Can you tell me the way to the
Post Office, please?
DIRECT
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52.
Can you tell me the way to the
Post Office, please?
DIRECT

Can you direct me to the Post
Office, please?

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53.
Everything went well that
morning.
NOTHING
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53.
Everything went well that
morning.
NOTHING

Nothing went wrong that morning.
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54.
Why did you do that?
FOR
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54.
Why did you do that?
FOR

What did you do that for?
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55.
Mr Hurt talks about his illnesses
all the time. NEVER
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55.
Mr Hurt talks about his illnesses
all the time. NEVER

Mr Hurt never stops talking about
his illnesses.
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56.
Only the fact that I found a taxi
quickly enabled me to catch the train. IF
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56.
Only the fact that I found a taxi
quickly enabled me to catch the train. IF

If I hadn't found a taxi quickly, I
wouldn't have caught the train.
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57.
A portion of strawberries and
cream costs a lot in that café.
CHARGES
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57.
A portion of strawberries and
cream costs a lot in that café.
CHARGES

That café charges a lot for a
portion of strawberries and cream.
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58.
How likely am I to pass the exam,
do you think?
CHANCE
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58.
How likely am I to pass the exam,
do you think?
CHANCE

What chance do I have of passing
the exam?
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59.
Simon doesn't like cocktail parties,
so don’t invite him.
POINT
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59.
Simon doesn't like cocktail parties,
so don’t invite him.
POINT

There’s no point inviting Simon to
the cocktail party because he doesn’t
like them.
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60.
away.
Please throw all these old clothes
RID
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60.
Please throw all these old clothes
away. RID

Please get rid of all these old
clothes.
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61.
Was it really necessary for you to
go there?
HAVE
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61.
Was it really necessary for you to
go there?
HAVE

Did you really have to go there?
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62.
Yes, I remembered to give her
your message.
FORGET
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62.
Yes, I remembered to give her
your message.
FORGET

No, I didn't forget to give her your
message.
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63.
Brown's Hotel is regarded by
many people as one of the best in London.
CONSIDER
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63.
Brown's Hotel is regarded by
many people as one of the best in London.
CONSIDER

Many people consider Brown's
Hotel to be one of the best in London.
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64.
The weather was so mild that we
didn't need coats. SUCH
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64.
The weather was so mild that we
didn't need coats. SUCH

It was such mild weather that we
didn't need coats.
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65.
Walt says that he didn't have
anything to do with the matter. DENIES
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65.
Walt says that he didn't have
anything to do with the matter. DENIES

Walt denies having (had) anything
to do with the matter.
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66.
Virginia learned to ski when she
was five years old.
AGE
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66.
Virginia learned to ski when she
was five years old.
AGE

Virginia learned to ski at the age
of five.
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67.
night.
I slept for only three hours last
HAD
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67.
I slept for only three hours last
night. HAD

I only had three hours’ sleep last
night.
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68.
I would have phoned you if my
brother hadn't suddenly arrived.
BECAUSE
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68.
I would have phoned you if my
brother hadn't suddenly arrived.
BECAUSE

I didn't phone you because my
brother suddenly arrived.
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69.
tyre.
It's no use trying to mend this
POINT
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69.
It's no use trying to mend this
tyre.
POINT

There is no point in trying to mend
this tyre.
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70.
time.
I'm not going to punish you this
LET
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70.
I'm not going to punish you this
time. LET

I will let you go unpunished this
time.
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71.
All of us except Tim thought the
price was right. ONLY
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71.
All of us except Tim thought the
price was right. ONLY

Tim was the only one who didn’t
think the price was right.
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72.
His second book is nowhere near
as interesting as his first one.
LESS
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72.
His second book is nowhere near
as interesting as his first one.
LESS

His second book is much less
interesting than his first one.
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73.
What's your preference for
tonight? The theatre or the cinema?
RATHER
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73.
What's your preference for
tonight? The theatre or the cinema?
RATHER

Would you rather go to the theatre
or the cinema tonight?
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74.
The murderer wiped the gun in
case his fingerprints were on it. GIVE
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74.
The murderer wiped the gun in
case his fingerprints were on it. GIVE

The murderer had to give the gun
a wipe in case his fingerprints were
on it.
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75.
It's going to be awfully expensive.
COST
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75.
It's going to be awfully expensive.
COST

It's going to cost an awful lot.
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76.
Who is responsible for all this
mess? BLAME
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76.
Who is responsible for all this
mess? BLAME

Who is to blame for all this mess?
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77.
Unlike you, I don't have to retire
when I'm sixty.
DIFFERENCE
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77.
Unlike you, I don't have to retire
when I'm sixty.
DIFFERENCE

The difference between you and
me is (that) I don't have to retire
when I'm sixty.
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78.
It would not be a waste of time to
look at that house again.
WORTH
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78.
It would not be a waste of time to
look at that house again.
WORTH

It’s worth having another look at
that house. / That house would be
worth another look.
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79.
The interviewee had almost
nothing to say.
HARDLY
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79.
The interviewee had almost
nothing to say.
HARDLY

The interviewee had hardly
anything to say.
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