Cambridge C1 Advanced

C1 Advanced - Key Word Transformations Exercise 6

In these exercises, you need to take the information in the first sentence and re-write it, using the word in bold so that the second sentence has exactly the same meaning. You cannot change the word in bold in ANY way. You can use a minimum of THREE and a maximum of SIX words for each space. Remember, contractions such as I'm or shouldn't count as two words.

1. It was very windy, but we really enjoyed the picnic.
We really enjoyed the picnic was very windy.

2. I couldn't believe it when Jackie came back to work.
I the speed of Jackie's return to work.

3. It's very probable that this dog will win the competition.
It's will win the competition.

4. Mary didn't seem to be at all scared when she drove the motorbike.
Mary showed own safety when she drove the motorbike.

5. Jane said it was Sarah's fault that the dinner party was a disaster.
Jane Sarah for the disastrous dinner party.

6. Even when I did very badly, my teacher always gave me encouragement.
I did, my teacher always gave me encouragement.

7. Hannah was preparing to send an email to Richard when she saw his email.
Hannah was Richard an email when she saw his email.

8. "It's not a good idea to invest in that company," Philip told John.
Philip in that company.

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