1 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.
1 There is almost nothing to watch on television tonight. HARDLY
There _______________________________________________to watch on television tonight.
2 They wouldn’t let us on the flight without a boarding pass. ALLOWED
We __________________________________________on the flight without a boarding pass.
3 She never remembered to pick me up from school. ALWAYS
She __________________________________________________to pick me up from school.
4 He has a few more essays to write than I do. MANY
I don’t have __________________________________________________to write as he does.
5 My dad finds driving at night more tiring these days. IS
These days, my dad finds it ______________________________________________at night.
6 I don’t think I invited Sean and Ellie to the party. REMEMBER
I ______________________________________________________Sean and Ellie to the party.
6 As he gets older, he becomes less tolerant. THE
The _________________________________________________________tolerant he becomes.
7 No other job is as well-paid. BEST
8 Tony finds history easier than geography. NOT
Geography________________________________________________history for Tony.
9 In some countries men and women are paid the same. AS
In some countries women _________________________________________________ men.
10 My grandfather is getting less and less patient as he gets older. IMPATIENT
My grandfather is getting _____________________________________________as he gets older.
2 Use the word given in capitals to form a word that fits in the gap. You may need to use a plural or negative form.
3 Complete each gap with a Word/phrase from Unit 3.