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1 Sentence re-writes 1. I shouted at my boss last week and lost my job. If only. 2. It was a mistake to park outside the police station. You. 3. She must immediately apologize for what she just said. I m not going to sit here and let her insult me. I demand. 4. Please pay more attention to what I m telling you; otherwise, you will fail the next test too. If you don t. 5. I would prefer you submit your essay before noon. I d rather you. 6. The teacher accused Mike and Spencer of cheating. All your answers are exactly the same; the two of you. 7. I will only talk to your parents if you miss class one more time. Only if. 8. You shouldn t go out the night before a big exam. If I were you,. 9. You can go to the headmaster to ask how to get a one week leave of absence. If. 10. My grandmother will ruin every family get-together. My grandmother is. 11. I have already booked my flight to New York. Two weeks ago. 12. Please give me your telephone number and I ll phone you tomorrow. If. 13. It isn t necessary to bring a cake; I made a couple already. You. 14. Why don t you go on holiday? asked Julian. Julian suggested. 15. Yes, of course, I know how to ride a bike! Yes, of course, I. 16. He must be extremely tired after this exhausting trip. After this exhausting trip, he but. 17. The contract must be handed in today. It is necessary.

2 18. The teacher insisted on everybody speaking English. The teacher insisted. 19. If the Queen hadn t abdicated, there would have been a civil war. Had. 20. The professor would not accept any homework handed in via . He insisted. 21. She now has the car she ordered five months ago. Last week. 22. Wait here under the shelter and I will bring a doctor immediately. If. 23. We always need to be informed about the processes in our company. It is important that we. 24. Please read this instruction sheet before starting the test. Do not start the test unless. 25. I can only help you if you tell me the truth. Unless. 26. Do not change anything without asking me. Before. 27. The professor won t allow Julia to eat during class. The professor insists. 28. Every time we have a quarrel, she behaves childish She s. 29. You re allowed to go to the restroom now. You. 30. If you don t have a valid visa, you are not allowed to enter this country. You are not allowed to enter this country,. 31. "I have such light skin that I can even get sunburnt in the shade," John complained. John complained. 32. Mary's brother will practice the tuba every morning at 8am. Mary's brother is. 33. When I was little, we went to Italy every summer, but nowadays we stay at home. We. 34. I really regret having consumed so much alcohol last night. I feel dizzy today. If I. 35. I have invited Jane to go out for dinner tonight and reserved a table at a nearby restaurant. I am.

3 36. As he studies all the time, I assume that he has very good grades. As he studies all the time, he. 37. I ve never told him to leave me alone. I m sure there is some misunderstanding. I ve never told him to leave me alone. There. 38. If you want to know more about summer school, you have to visit our official website. To find out more about summer school,. 39. He said: You should visit the Museum of Modern Art. He suggested. 40. It doesn t matter if it rains; I m joining you guys anyway. Whether. 41. My father regrets not having studied marine biology. My father wishes. 42. I didn t study enough for the exam, so I failed. I wish. 43. I started writing this hours ago and it s still not right. I ve. 44. I bet you were exhausted after such a long day. After such a long day you. 45. She must not forget to do the second assignment. It s important. 46. I didn t help her because I don t like her. If. 47. She forbade him to come to her party. She insisted. 48. I have bought a new car. Last week. 49. Sarah really needs to improve her grades. It is important. 50. John said, How long did you stay in America? John was interested in. 51. It looks like Anna s boyfriend is at least ten years older than her. Anna s boyfriend. 52. My little brother will leave his toys on the floor, where everyone can step on them. My little brother is. 53. I have to ask Lisa out. I promised her I would. I can't.

4 54. If she pays me more than $1000, I will work for her. I will work for her, on the condition. 55. Where do you buy your shoes? I asked her. 56. My dream is to become a millionaire. I wish. 57. This is my first visit to America. This is the first. 58. If you like, I will help you do the decorating, John, said Susan. Susan offered. 59. The school principal told you several times not to miss the meeting. The school principal insisted. 60. However much I tried, I could not stop laughing. Try. 61. She had a shocking accident and she is still in the hospital. Since her. 62. I expect this party will be pretty fun. This party. 63. I didn't know what he was asking because I hadn't studied. If I. 64. Mr. Brown, you really need to eat more fruit and vegetables! The doctor suggested Mr. Brown. 65. My mother never asks when she borrows my jewelry. My mother is. 66. My suggestion was for him to travel with me. I suggested. 67. My sister blamed my brother for starting the quarrel. My sister said it was my brother. 68. I always played tennis at the playground as a child. I. 69. They will have to take a big exam at the end of the course. When the course is over, they. 70. I have to finish my work first and then I ll have time to go out for coffee. Once. 71. I would prefer you come to see me next week otherwise I won t have much time for you. I d rather.

5 72. He was silly to accept that underpaid job with the 70-hour work week. I wish he. 73. Linda was fed up with the long-lasting family feud and wanted her father to clarify it. Linda insisted. 74. I should have taken my umbrella with me. If only! 75. Emily goes to the theater near the railway station on Sundays. Jordan wants to go with her this Sunday. Jordan asked Emily. 76. Jacob missed several classes last week, so he got a bad grade today. If. 77. Maria s boss told her to finish the work within two days. Maria s boss demanded.

6 Key to sentence re-writes 1. I shouted at my boss last week and lost my job. If only I hadn t shouted at my boss. 2. It was a mistake to park outside the police station. You shouldn t have parked outside the police station. 3. She must apologize immediately for what she just said. I m not going to sit here and let her insult me. I demand that she immediately apologize for what she just said. 4. Please pay more attention to what I m telling you; otherwise, you will fail the next test too. If you don t pay more attention, you will fail again. 5. I would prefer you submit your essay before noon. I d rather you submitted your essay before noon. 6. The teacher accused Mike and Spencer of cheating. All your answers are exactly the same; the two of you must have cheated. 7. I will only talk to your parents if you miss class one more time. Only if you miss class one more time will I talk to your parents. 8. You shouldn t go out the night before a big exam. If I were you, I wouldn t go out the night before a big exam. 9. You can go to the headmaster to ask how to get a one week leave of absence. If you go to the headmaster, you can ask him how to get a one week leave of absence. 10. My grandmother will ruin every family get-together. My grandmother is always ruining family get-togethers. 11. I have already booked my flight to New York. Two weeks ago I booked my flight to New York. 12. Please give me your telephone number and I ll phone you tomorrow. If you will give me your telephone number, I ll phone you tomorrow. 13. It isn t necessary to bring a cake; I made a couple already. You don t have to bring a cake; I made a couple already. 14. Why don t you go on holiday? asked Julian. Julian suggested I go on holiday. 15. Yes, of course, I know how to ride a bike! Yes, of course, I can ride a bike.

7 16. He must be extremely tired after this exhausting trip. After this exhausting trip, he can t be anything but tired. 17. The contract must be handed in today. It is necessary that the contract be handed in today. 18. The teacher insisted on everybody speaking English. The teacher insisted that everybody speak English. 19. If the Queen hadn t abdicated, there would have been a civil war Had the Queen not abdicated, there would have been a civil war. 20. He insisted the students hand in their homework via SafeAssign. 21. Last week got the new car she (had) ordered five months ago. 22. If you will wait here under the shelter I will bring a doctor immediately. 23. We always need to be informed about the processes in our company. It is important that we be informed about all the processes in our company. 24. Please read this instruction sheet before starting the test. Do not start the test unless you have read the instruction sheet. 25. I can only help you if you tell me the truth. Unless you tell me the truth I can t help you. 26. Do not change anything without asking me. Before changing something you have to ask me. 27. The professor won t allow Julia to eat during class. The professor insists that Julia wait to eat until class is over/not eat during class. 28. Every time we have a quarrel, she behaves childishly. She s always behaving childishly when we have a quarrel. 29. You re allowed to go to the restroom now. You can/may go to the restroom now. 30. If you don t have a valid visa, you are not allowed to enter this country. You are not allowed to enter this country, unless you have a valid visa. 31. "I have such light skin that I can even get sunburnt in the shade," John complained. John complained that he has/had such light skin that he can/could even get sunburnt in the shade. 32. Mary's brother will practice the tuba every morning at 8am. Mary's brother is always practicing the tuba every morning at 8am. 33. When I was little, we went to Italy every summer, but nowadays we stay at home. We used to go to Italy every summer. 34. I really regret having consumed so much alcohol last night. I feel dizzy today. If I had not consumed so much alcohol last night, I would not feel dizzy today.

8 35. I have invited Jane to go out for dinner tonight and reserved a table at a nearby restaurant. I am taking Jane out for dinner tonight. 36. As he studies all the time, I assume that he has very good grades. As he studies all the time, he must have very good grades. 37. I ve never told him to leave me alone. I m sure there is some misunderstanding. I ve never told him to leave me alone. There must be some misunderstanding. 38. If you want to know more about summer school, you have to visit our official website. To find out more about summer school, visit our official website. 39. He said: You should visit the Museum of Modern Art. He suggested that we visit the Museum of Modern Art. 40. It doesn t matter if it rains; I m joining you guys anyway. Whether it rain or not, I m joining you guys anyway. 41. My father regrets not having studied marine biology. My father wishes he had studied marine biology. 42. I didn t study enough for the exam, so I failed. I wish I had studied more for the exam. 43. I started writing this hours ago and it s still not right. I ve been writing this for hours and it s still not right. 44. I bet you were exhausted after such a long day. After such a long day you must have been exhausted. 45. She must not forget to do the second assignment. It s important that she remember to do the 2 nd assignment. 46. I didn t help her because I don t like her. If I had liked her, I would have helped her. 47. She forbade him to come to her party. She insisted that he not come to her party. 48. I have bought a new car. Last week I bought a new car. 49. Sarah really needs to improve her grades. It is important that Sarah improve her grades. 50. John said, How long did you stay in America? John was interested in how long I had stayed in America. 51. It looks like Anna s boyfriend is at least ten years older than her. Anna s boyfriend must be at least ten years older than her. 52. My little brother will leave his toys on the floor, where everyone can step on them. My little brother is always leaving his toys on the floor, where everyone can step on them.

9 53. I have to ask Lisa out. I've promised her to do so. I can't not ask Lisa out. 54. If she pays me more than $1000, I will work for her. I will work for her, on the condition that you pay me more than $ Where do you buy your shoes? I asked her where she buys/ bought her shoes. 56. My dream is to become a millionaire. I wish I were a millionaire. 57. This is my first visit to America. This is the first time I have been to America. 58. If you like, I will help you do the decorating, John, said Susan. Susan offered to help John do the decorating. 59. The school principal told you several times not to miss the meeting. The school principal insisted that you be present at the meeting/that you not miss the meeting. 60. However much I tried, I could not stop laughing. Try as I might, I could not stop laughing. 61. She had a shocking accident and she is still in hospital. Since her shocking accident she has been in the hospital. 62. I expect this party will be pretty fun. This party should be pretty fun. 63. I didn't know what he was asking because I hadn't studied. If I had studied, I would have understood his question. 64. Mr. Brown, you really need to eat more fruit and vegetables! The doctor suggested Mr. Brown eat more fruit and vegetables. 65. My mother never asks when she borrows my jewelry. My mother is always borrowing my jewelry without asking. 66. My suggestion was for him to travel with me. I suggested that he travel with me. 67. My sister blamed my brother for starting the quarrel. My sister said it was my brother who had started the quarrel. 68. I always played tennis at the playground as a child. I would always play tennis at the playground as a child. 69. They will have to take a big exam at the end of the course. When the course is over, they ll have taken a big exam.

10 70. I have to finish my work first and then I ll have time to go out for coffee. Once I have finished my work I will have time to go out for coffee. 71. I would prefer you come to see me next week otherwise I won t have much time for you. I d rather you came to see me next week otherwise I won t have much time for you. 72. He was silly to accept that underpaid job with the 70-hour work week. I wish he hadn t accepted that underpaid job with the 70-hour work week. 73. Linda was fed up with the long-lasting family feud and wanted her father to clarify it. Linda insisted that her father tackle the problem. 74. I should have taken my umbrella with me. If only I had taken my umbrella with me! 75. Emily goes to the theater near the railway station on Sundays. Jordan wants to go with her this Sunday. Jordan asked Emily whether she was going to the theater near the railway station this Sunday. 76. Jacob missed several classes last week, so he got a bad grade today. If Jacob hadn t missed so many classes last week, he would have gotten a better grade. 77. Maria s boss told her to finish the work within two days. Maria s boss demanded that she finish the work within two days.

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