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    #1

    Changing a Sentence exercise

    Hello,
    I have got a question.
    I nees these two sentences to have the same meaning.

    a. Now I understand.
    b. So that ( ).

    Thank you for your support.

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    #2

    Re: Changing a Sentence exercise

    b. is not a sentence.

    Why do you need them to have the same meaning?

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    #3

    Re: Changing a Sentence exercise

    Thank you Sir.
    It's from a final exam for the qualification for JSL teachers to teach upper-class student.
    My first language is Japanese and we used to have less immigrants but now we do
    and the qualification test seems to have been renewed to be focused on very realistic colloquial issues.
    But I even have a doubt if it's making sense or not...

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    #4

    Re: Changing a Sentence exercise

    It's an odd question. You could use something like So that is clear now/clears things up, but I don't see what the question is supposed to be testing. Someone else may have a better suggestion.

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