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Old 07-11-2010, 04:50 PM
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1 - My boss said we ___ a holiday at the moment because we're too busy.
can't have took
can't take
can't taking
can't taken
2 - You ___ Terry yesterday because he's in Paris all week.
can't have saw
can't seeing
can't have seen
can't seen
3 - She can't ___ , she doesn't speak English.
have understood
understood
have understand
understanding
4 - They can't ___ it all yet, the movie is too long.
watched
have watching
have watched
have watch
5 - You ___ on this train. You will have to wait.
can't smoking
can't have smoked
can't smoke
6 - Sorry, you ___ in right now. Come back later
can't came
can't have come
can't coming
can't come
7 - Susan ___ drive a car yet.

can't can't to couldn't have
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Old 07-11-2010, 07:08 PM
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EVERYTHING IS CORRECT, NATASHA.
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Old 07-18-2010, 02:13 PM
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Words starting with 'Un'
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When we add the prefix СunТ to a word, we give the word the opposite meaning. For example:
Clean - very tidy and neat
Unclean - not very tidy and neat!
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A. unsurprising
B. undecided
C. unadventurous
D. uncanny
E. unwanted
F. unnoticed
G. undesirable
H. unaffordable
I. unthinkable
J. unpack
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Old 07-18-2010, 02:23 PM
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1. I'm very ___ I never want to bungee jump or climb a mountain!
2. I really donТt want to ___! I just want to go to the beach and enjoy my holiday!
3. To be honest, I think the fact that Sarah is dating James is __. I always thought they would make a nice couple.
4. The resemblance between Philippa and her sister is ___. They look exactly the same!
5. I still don't know whether I want to go to university in Cardiff or Brighton. I'm completely ___.
6. The fact that I was crying went completely___, which made me feel even worse.
7. The clothes from that designer shop are ___. It's ridiculous!8. The ___ has happened. Another war has begun.
9. I brought beer and coke to the party, but the coke was ___.
10.Her character is.........for this company.We are looking for people who work well in a team and I don't think she does.
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In the following sentences, which word beginning with СunТ is needed? Use the letters, don't type in the words!
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1.C
2.J
3.A
4.F
5.B
6.H
7.D
8.I
9.E
10.G
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NATASHA, YOUR ANSWERS 4,6,7 AREN'T CORRECT!
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You can use 'so' with an adjective or an adverb.
e.g. The disco was so hot!
She danced so beautifully
You can use 'such' with an uncountable noun [U] (and adjective)
or with a plural countable noun [C] (and adjective)
You can use 'such a' or 'such an' with a singular countable noun [C] (and adjective)
e.g. Such ideas are hard to understand.
It was such a long journey that it took a day to get over it.
You can say 'so much' [U], 'such many' [C - plural] and 'such a lot (of)' [U] or [C]
e.g. There was so much traffic and such a lot of people that everything came to a standstill!
With comparatives, you can use 'so much' e.g. so much quicker
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