REPHRASING 3

Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. You can also click on the "[?]" button to get a clue. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!
EACH PAIR OF SENTENCES GIVE SIMILAR INFORMATION. COMPLETE THE MISSING SECTION USING THE WORD IN BRACKETS:

1. Do you think I could borrow your exhibition catalogue?
(mind)
Would borrow your exhibition catalogue?

2. Paddy is pleased he is going to visit the Van Gogh museum.
(looking)
Paddy is visiting the Van Gogh museum.

3. Jane regrets leaving school at 16.
(wishes)
Jane school at 16.

4. “You cheated in the exam, didn´t you, Neil?” said the college principal.
(accused)
The college principal Neil in the exam.

5. He has stopped smoking.
(longer)
He .

6. There´s no point in doing those intelligence tests because they´re out-of-date.
(worth)
Those intelligence tests aren't because they're out-of-date.

7. They are sorry they didn´t listen to the psyquiatrist.
(regret)
They to the psyquiatrist.

8. The teacher looked so funny I had to laugh at him.
(help)
The teacher looked so funny I at him.

9. “I´d buy a Japanese computer if I were you, Gill,” said Tom.
(advised)
Tom a Japanese computer.

10. “Shall I help you with the experiment, professor?” said Ken.
(offered)
Ken the professor with the experiment.