ON FOOT => walking.
FIXED PHRASE Examples: It takes around 20 minutes by foot, or 5 minutes by car.X
It takes around 20 minutes on foot, or 5 minutes by car. VON FOOT => WALKING
ANSWERS 2:SUCH A DIFFICULT
SUCH => is used to emphasize your description of something or someone.
SUCH + ADJECTIVE + NOUN Examples: Jim was always a such intelligent boy.X
Jim was always such an intelligent boy.VSUCH + (ADJECTIVE) + NOUN
ANSWERS 3:HAVE LENT
LEND somebody something => to give someone the use of something for a time.
BORROW something FROM somebody => LEND somebody something Examples: She wants to lend a laptop from you. X
She wants to borrow a laptop from you. VBORROW sth FROM sb
ANSWERS 4:TOLD ME
TELL somebody => to inform, to order, to suggest.
PASSIVE VOICE => ACTIVE VOICE Similar Conversions
Bills aren't paid by Susan. => Susan doesn't pay bills. AREN'T PAID => DON'T PAY - PRESENT SIMPLE
The question will be answered by Jack. => Jack will answer the question WILL BE ANSWERED => WILL ANSWER - FUTURE SIMPLE
ANSWERS 5:WILL INVITE | 'LL INVITE
WOULD INVITE => WILL INVITE
INDIRECT SPEECH => DIRECT SPEECH Similar Conversions
Mary said there was going to be a storm. => 'There is going to be a storm', said Mary. WAS GOING TO => IS GOING TO
Gina was sure that she would never meet Stephen again. => 'I will never meet Stephen again', said Gina. WOULD + INFINITIVE => WILL + INFINITIVE
FIXED PHRASE FOOT
You will need one word to form a 'fixed phrase' that means 'walking'.
SUCH + ADJECTIVE + NOUN SUCH A DIFFICULT
You have to use three words. SUCH can be followed by an adjective and a noun!
BORROW => LEND HAVE LENT
You need to use two words. BORROW => LEND
PASSIVE VOICE => ACTIVE VOICE TOLD ME
You need to use two words here. PASSIVE VOICE => ACTIVE VOICE
INDIRECT SPEECH => DIRECT SPEECH WILL INVITE
INDIRECT SPEECH => DIRECT SPEECH 'LL INVITE
Two words are needed in this sentence! INDIRECT SPEECH => DIRECT SPEECH