By Barbara Sinclair, Philip Prowse
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3 I remember being sent a letter by a man in America ... 4 The winning goal was scored by Fausto Ferrini ... 5 A man was run over by a car, ... a in his first appearance for the club. b who had waited outside the building all day to voice their opposition to the policies. c in a deliberate attempt to boost his popularity. d who complained my article was prejudiced against his country. e which witnesses said was being driven at very high speed. e Where possible, rewrite each of the following sentences in two different ways, using a different subject each time.
She is photogenic) Her voice records well. (= her voice sounds good on tape) Will this stain wash out? ) Your composition reads well. (= your style is very good) Black jeans are selling well. (= many people are buying them) This skirt creases so easily. (= the skirt becomes creased very quickly) watch out! We can't use all verbs describing change in this way. diHg demolished. / They demolished the old building. The old building was demolished. 40 Which of the following sentences are incorrect?
Names by other children. c I've just . taken for my new passport. d My handbag was completely flattened after it on in the bus. e My husband's been to the hairdresser: I really wish he ........... so short. f I know you don't approve of my new hair colour but you'll just. to it. get Computing is just something you get used to after a while . a The whole of my sister's class spent last weekend redecorating her flat. had b We couldn't find our way out of the woods. got c Do you think there's any chance of this new party winning the election?
Activate Your English: a Short Course for Adults (with Audio CD) by Barbara Sinclair, Philip Prowse