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Challenge files 6 to 9

  • It's difficult to get used to ...
    getting up early
  •  15
  • I didn't use to ...
    have a beard
  •  15
  • When I was younger, I would ...
    jog every day.
  •  15
  • Right or Wrong? George would have very long hair when he was a teenager.
    WRONG. George used to have very long hair when he was a teenager.
  •  15
  • He isn't used to ... (have) lunch very early.
    having
  •  15
  • Paraphrase using must / might (not) / can't: I'm certain I left my umbrella at work.
    I must have left my umbrella at work.
  •  15
  • Paraphrase using must / might (not) / can't: I'm sure they are not Tim and Sarah. They are in Paris now.
    They can't be Tim and Sarah. They are in Paris now.
  •  15
  • Paraphrase using must / might (not) / can't: Perhaps Peter didn't know you were in town. That's why he didn't invite you.
    Peter might not have known you were in town. That's why he didn't invite you.
  •  15
  • Correct the sentence: My wife told me the address, but I've forgotten it. I shouldn't have written it down.
    should
  •  15
  • Choose: A: The chicken is still frozen solid. B: You must/ ought / might to have taken it out of the freezer earlier.
    ought
  •  15
  • I'm sorry you failed your exam, but you....have worked harder.
    should
  •  10
  • Paraphrase the sentence in the passive: Somebody has stolen my wallet.
    My wallet has been stolen.
  •  20
  • Choose: The burglars are believed to have entered / have entered through an upstairs window.
    to have entered
  •  15
  • Choose: It is thought that the suspect is/ to be armed and very dangerous.
    is
  •  15
  • Causative have: Someone took our photo in front of the Big Ben. We...
    We had our photo taken in front of the big Ben.
  •  25
  • Choose: The injured are believed / believe to have been taken to hospital.
    believed
  •  15
  • My sister advised me ... a bigger house. (buy)
    to buy
  •  15
  • Her best friend promised ... (not tell) anyone.
    not to tell
  •  25
  • The police accused Tom of ... the car. (steal)
    stealing
  •  20
  • The children denied ... the window. (brake)
    braking
  •  20
  • We came in quietly so ... not to wake the baby.
    as
  •  15
  • I enjoyed the match, ... the result.
    despite
  •  25
  • Choose: He flew to Geneva to / for a job interview.
    for
  •  20
  • I got there early in ... to get a good seat.
    order
  •  20
  • Adverbs and Adverbials: Synonyms: The truth is...
    In fact
  •  20
  • Adverbs and Adverbials: Synonyms: In a perfect world...
    Ideally
  •  20
  • Feelings: Synonyms: Very excited
    Thrilled
  •  20
  • Feelings: Synonyms: Extremely confused... (b...)
    bewildered
  •  25
  • Choose: Federer won / beat the match 6-3, 6-4, 7-6
    won
  •  15
  • Nobody noticed / realized that I was wearing a new skirt.
    noticed
  •  15
  • My wife and I argue / discuss everything before making a decision.
    discuss
  •  15
  • I've only met Josh once but he looks/ seems very shy.
    seems
  •  15
  • I wish / hope that Mark arrived safely in New York.
    hope
  •  15
  • Do you mind/ matter waiting another 10 minutes until I get there?
    mind
  •  15
  • Choose: To decide and state in court that somebody is not guilty of a crime. Verdict/ Guilty / Acquit /
    acquit
  •  15
  • The opposite of innocent.
    guilty
  •  10