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Tessa is walking along the street when she sees her old friend Angela.
Read the conversation and write the missing words. Use one word only in each space.
Tessa: Hello, Angela. How are you?
Angela: Tessa! Hello! Shall we have lunch together?
Tessa: I was just going to the bank to get some money. I have to be back at the office in few minutes. My life’s one mad rush.
Angela: So is . I’m working for Tuffex Plastics now. And my daughter has invited three friends hers to stay. I wish I didn’t have so things to do at once.
Tessa: I’m glad I’ve run into you. I never see else from our old gang. of them seem to be around any more.
Angela: I think they’ve moved away, except us two. Carol went to Japan.
Tessa: Angela, would you like to come for a meal some time?
Angela: Oh, that would be lovely. We’ll certainly have a to talk about.
Tessa: Maybe we’ll need a day. What about the Saturday after next?
Each of the sentences has a mistake in it. Write the correct sentence.
Are you going an holiday that year?
Are you going on holiday this year?
That was a very good idea of you.
You’ve got a lot books, haven’t you?
I don’t know the meeting’s time.
Nigel has hurt the leg.
All rooms in the house were cold.
Wear everything – it doesn’t matter what.
Every of the four doors was locked.
I live my life, and my sister lives her.
The both socks have got holes in them.
Here’s a copy of this week magazine.
This sweater is losing it’s color.
I want some paper, but there’s no in here.
Write a second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first. Use the word in brackets.
► When I was on holiday, it rained all week. (whole)
When I was on holiday, it rained the whole week.
1- I’ve lived here more than half my life. (most)
2- All the hotels were full. (every)
3- The house on the corner is bigger than our house. (ours)
4- I’ve forgotten my doctor’s name. (of)
5- We haven’t had much warning of the changes. (little)
6- Such a large number of people have applied for the job. (so)
7- I met one of your old boyfriends at a party. (an)
8- Both the chairs are uncomfortable. (neither)
9- My holiday starts ten days from now. (time)