First - Reading And Use Of English (Part 4)

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First - Reading And Use Of English (Part 4) - Quiz

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.

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    I found it difficult to control my skis at first. KEEP I found it difficult to ________ at first.

    The correct answer is "keep my skis under control, keep control of my skis." This is because the phrase "keep my skis under control" means to maintain control or manage the skis effectively, while "keep control of my skis" means to continue having control over the skis. Both phrases convey the difficulty the speaker had in controlling their skis initially.

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    You must show your ticket when you enter. REQUIRED You ________ your ticket when you enter.

    The correct answer is "are required to show". This is because the word "required" indicates that it is necessary or mandatory to do something, in this case, showing your ticket when you enter. The phrase "are required to show" is the appropriate verb form to match the subject "You" and convey the obligation to present the ticket upon entry.

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  • 3. 

    I'd like to be an actor one day but fame doesn't interest me. INTERESTED I'd like to be an actor one day but I'm ________ famous.

    The correct answer is "not interested in being, not interested in becoming". This answer accurately reflects the statement in the question, which states that the person is interested in becoming an actor but not interested in fame. The phrase "not interested in being, not interested in becoming" conveys the idea that the person does not desire to be famous, which aligns with their lack of interest in fame.

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    It was windy and raining but we still went to the beach. SPITE We went to the beach ________ and rain.

    The correct answer is "in spite of the wind, in spite of the rain." This means that despite the windy and rainy weather, the speaker and others still decided to go to the beach. The phrase "in spite of" indicates that the adverse conditions did not deter them from their plan.

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    Dad had bought everything we needed before I arrived at the supermarket. GOT By the ________ supermarket, Dad had bought everything.

    The correct answer is "time I got to the". This answer accurately completes the sentence by replacing the phrase "before I arrived at the supermarket" with "time I got to the". The sentence structure and meaning remain intact with this substitution.

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  • 6. 

    When does the bus leave on Sundays? WHAT Can you tell me ________ on Sundays.

    The given correct answer is "what time the bus leaves". This answer correctly addresses the question by asking for the specific time at which the bus departs on Sundays.

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    This computer package includes all the software. INCLUDED All the software ________ this computer package.

    The correct answer for this question is "is included in, is included with". This means that all the software is a part of or contained within this computer package. It suggests that the computer package comes with all the necessary software included, indicating that the software is not separate or additional.

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    My teacher let me leave the lesson early because I wasn't feeling well. ALLOWED I ________ the lesson early because I wasn't feeling well.

    The correct answer is "was allowed to leave." This is because the sentence states that the teacher permitted the person to leave the lesson early due to not feeling well. The phrase "was allowed to leave" accurately reflects this permission given by the teacher.

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