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►Did you take notes during the lecture?
1- Shall we have a coffee we’re waiting?
2- Try not to make any noise the baby is asleep.
3- The fire alarm rang yesterday’s meeting.
4- Trevor tried to fix the shelves Laura was out shopping.
Rachel is talking to her teacher. Put in by or until.
Mrs Lewis: You’ll need to hand your project in by the end of the week. I’d like to have it Friday, ideally.
Rachel: Well, I’m going on a three-day study trip tomorrow. I’ll be away Thursday. The project will probably take me the middle of next week. I can’t finish it the end of this week.
Mrs Lewis: Well, let me have it Wednesday of next week, please.
Put in as or like.
►Sarah works in here. She uses this room as her study.
1- Matthew worked a waiter last summer.
2- The way your sister plays the violin sounds two cats fighting.
3– Do you mind using this saucer a plate?
4- The body sank a stone to the bottom of the river.
Put in as or as if.
►That poor dog looks as if it never gets fed.
1- Rachel failed her driving test, she expected.
2- Daniel spends money it grows on trees.
3- We shall deliver the goods on the twenty-seventh, we promised.
4- From what Emma said, it sounds she and Matthew are going to get married.
Decide what to say. Use the word in brackets to join the two ideas together.
►Tell Matthew he needs to click on the box. You showed him. (like)
You need to click on the box, like I showed you.
1- Tell Tom that you arrived at his flat, but he’d left. (by the time)
2- Tell your friend that Rita went to the party with Tom. Your friend predicted this. (as)
3- Tell Claire that you saw her sister. You were shopping in London. (while)
4- Tell Vicky she can keep the book. She can finish it. (until)