Grammar Exercise: One Word Or Two Gapfill


Use either a one- or two-word answer from the word box to complete each sentence. For example, you can use either 'anyway' or 'any way'.

any/way - some/times - may/be - hand/out - any/more

  1. After he was caught stealing, John was told by the boss not to come into the office .
  2. " these books to everyone," the teacher said to Melanie.
  3. , when it's very quiet at night, I can hear the traffic on the distant highway.
  4. I don't know what I'm doing tonight, but I'll see you for tennis.
  5. Have you got of those Russian pastries, Karen? They are so tasty!
  6. Each student was given a photocopied and told to get on and finish it by the end of the lesson.
  7. I don't know why the heating isn't working. It an electrical problem.
  8. Whatever you do, don't antagonise Rob in . He's in a terrible mood today!

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