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TEST 6

 

Key word transformations

For questions 31-40, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. Do not change the word given. You must use between two and five words, including the word given.

31. Jon found the story of the explorer totally absorbing.

     By

     Jon ______________ by the story of the explorer.

32. Could I speak to you quickly, please?

     Word

      Could I _____________ you, please?

33. At the moment Jackie is using the phone.

      By

      At the moment  the _____________ Jackie.

34. Text messages are not always easy for everyone to understand.

     Be

     Text messages ______________ by some people.

35. Julia was quick to solve the problem.

     Dealt

     The problem ___________ by Julia.

36. We arrived at the station just before the train left, so we caught it.

     Time

     We arrived at the station ________ the train.

37. I think it is possible that she is telling the truth to us.

     May

     I think ___________ the truth.

38. There’s no chance that it was Sue who phoned last night.

     Have

     It ____________________ Sue who phoned last night.

39. Can I contact you by phone at the weekend?

      Possible

      Is ____________ contact you by phone at the weekend/

40. I’ve got to present the new project to the workforce on Monday.

      Make

     I’ve got to ___________ the new project to the workforce on Monday.

 

Word formation

                            FOOTPRINTS ON THE MOON

 

Neil Armstrong 0) actually  walked on the moon back in 1969, but his  ACTUAL

footprints are still there. Whether you have 1)_______ in believing   DIFFICULT

that or not, the 2)______ is that his prints are more permanent than      TRUE

any man-made structure on Earth. Although there is the 3)_______    POSSIBLE

that Armstrong’s spacecraft might have caused the 4)______ of        DESTROY

some of these prints on its 5)______ from the moon at the end of    DEPART

the mission, most of the footprints remain. And as there is 6)____  CLEAR

no wind or water on the moon to disturb them, it is 7)_____ to      REASON

imagine that that these footprints will stay 8)_____ for millions of  DISTURB

years, provided that no meteor hits the moon’s surface. What will 9)_____FINAL

smooth them away will be the gentle downpour of tiny cosmic particles which are

10)________ falling on to the moon, but this will take around 10 million years or so      

                                                                                                  CONSTANT