Key Word Transformations

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For questions 1-6, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. Do not change the word given. You must use between two and five words, including the word given. EXAM DESCRIPTION

1) Was it necessary for her to spend so much money on it?
HAVE
Did
spend so much money on it?
2) She's driving too fast for me to keep up with her.
ENOUGH
She
for me to keep up with her.
3) Susan and Frank don't like each other.
WELL
Susan and Frank don't
with each other.
4) It's possible that he hasn't been informed about his uncle's death.
MIGHT
He
informed about his uncle's death.
5) Mark is very patient, he'll never give up.
TOO
Mark is
give up.
6) I'm sorry I didn't go to college.
REGRET
I
to college.

Test Answers!

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CORRECT!

MODAL VERB
DID + SHE + HAVE + TO

HINT!

Which expression should be used to state that there is no obligation
or necessity?

CORRECT!

COMPARISON (DEGREE)
IS + NOT + DRIVING + SLOWLY + ENOUGH

CORRECT!

COMPARISON (DEGREE)
ISN'T + DRIVING + SLOWLY + ENOUGH

HINT!

Do you need to make the sentence negative or positive? Use 'enough' after an adverb.

CORRECT!

PHRASAL VERB
GET + ON + WELL

HINT!

You have to create a phrasal verb that means 'to like each other and have a friendly relationship with each other'.

CORRECT!

POSSIBILITY (PAST)
MIGHT + NOT + HAVE + BEEN

HINT!

Look at the keyword 'might' to help you in this sentence. Can it be made into a past tense?

CORRECT!

COMPARISON (DEGREE)
TOO + PATIENT + TO

CORRECT!

COMPARISON (DEGREE)
TOO + PATIENT + TO + EVER

HINT!

'Too' means more than necessary and it precedes the adjective.

CORRECT!

VERB PATTERN
REGRET + NOT + GOING

CORRECT!

VERB PATTERN
REGRET + NOT + HAVING + GONE

HINT!

Is the keyword followed by a gerund or infinitive?

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Use of English - Part 4