Rewrite the following sentences using words in the brackets to give the same meaning:
1. Without money, we wouldnít buy our needs. (unless) Unless we had money, we wouldnt buy our needs
2. Had I known you were coming, I would have invited you to lunch. ( In case of)
In case of your coming, I would have would have invited you to lunch
3. Hany will be at school next week provided that he has recovered (recovery)
Hany will be at school next week in case of his recovery.
4. Without practicing harder, she wouldnít have become a good musician. (If it) ??
5. He didnít come yesterday so he didnít enjoy the party. ( Had he)
Had he to come yesterday , he would enjoy the party
6. But for the terrible weather, they would have climbed the top of mountain, (Hadnít it)
Hadnít it been a terrible weather, they yould have climbed the top of mountain.
7. Itís lucky we booked a room or we would have had nowhere to stay. (Unless)
Unless we had booked a room, we would have had nowhere to stay.
8. You can borrow the money so long as you promise to pay it. (in case of)
you can borrow the money in case of promising to pay it.
9. You are not allowed to park in the school unless you are a member of the staff. ( Without)
Without being a member of the staff, you wonít be allowed to park in the school.
10. I couldnít write to them because I didnít have their address. (if)
I couldnít write to them if I hadnít their address.
Last edited by lineofhope; 12-Oct-2008 at 22:04.
Most of these do not make sense. Is this a school exercise?
yea, I've copied it from a grammar book with no answer key
so is there any problem with the exercise?
Most of them are not very natural. I'm surprised it's from a grammar book.
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