Cambridge PET Sentence Completion Part 1 - Answer Sheet

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

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Cambridge PET Sentence Completion 

For each question, complete the second sentence with no more than three words so that it means 

the same as the first. 

 

1.  I prefer listening to music to watching TV. 

I like listening to music 

more than

 watching TV. 

 

2.  TV has too much advertising. 

TV has 

too many

 adverts. 

 

3.  There are only a few good programmes on TV. 

There aren’t 

many

 good programmes on TV. 

 

4.  I haven’t watched TV for ages. 

It’s been a long time 

since

 I watched TV. 

 

5.  If I don’t buy some new music every month, I get bored with my collection. 

I get bored with my collection 

unless

 I buy some new music every 

month. 

 

6.  Why don’t you stay in and watch TV this evening? 

If I were you, I 

would

 in and watch TV this evening. 

 

7.  They have a lot of repeats on TV. 

There 

are

 a lot of repeats on TV. 

 

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