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Each of these sentences has a mistake in it. Write the correct sentence.
I’ve found the magazine who was missing.
I’ve found the magazine that was missing.
This isn’t the train on that I normally travel.
The letter that I opened it wasn’t for me.
The reason because I didn’t know was that no one had told me.
That we should do is ring the police.
I didn’t know the name of the man helped me.
Rupert knows the family who’s house is for sale.
Einstein who failed his university entrance exam discovered relativity.
The person we talked to were very friendly.
It’s the President makes the important decisions.
I can’t find my diary, what is real nuisance.
Outside the door was a pair of boots covering in mud.
Lake Superior, that lies on the US-Canadian border, is the largest lake in North America.
Complete the story about a thief’s punishment. Write the missing words. Use one word only in each space.
This is a true story which is supposed to have happened somewhere in the US. A man was accused of housebreaking appeared in court. He had put his arm through the window of a house and stolen some money was lying on a table inside. The argument the man’s lawyer put forward wasn’t very impressive. He said that was the man’s arm had committed the crime and not the man himself. ‘You cannot punish a man for his arm has done,’ said the lawyer. Now the judge in court the man was appearing wanted to show how stupid the lawyer’s argument was. Instead of finding the man guilty, he found the man’s arm guilty and sent it to prison. ‘He can go with his arm or not, as he chooses,’ the judge added, made everyone laugh. But the judge didn’t know was that the man had an artificial arm. He took the arm off, gave it to the judge – could hardly believe his eyes – and walked out of the court.
Combine the two sentences into one.
► That man was Anna’s brother. He just walked past.
The man who just walked past was Anna’s brother.
1- The plane was twenty-five years old. It crashed.
The plane twenty-five years old.
2- One day Tessa was ill in bed. Martin rang.
The day ill in bed.
3- Our offices are in Queen Street. They are new.
Our in Queen Street.
4- Some documents have been found. They were stolen from a car.
The documents found.
5- That map is out of date. You were looking at it.
The map out of date.
6- The King’s Theatre is in the centre of town. It dates from 1896.
The King’s in the centre of town.
7- A woman was terribly upset. Her dog was run over.
The woman terribly upset.
8- Janet solved the puzzle. She did it before everyone else.
Janet was the puzzle.
9- A man was standing outside the building. He was selling newspapers.
A man outside the building.
10- The talk was very interesting. Judy gave it.
The talk very interesting.
11- The house is empty now. I used to live there.
The house is empty now.