Use of English: The big bottle

Man running under a big bottle on the beach

 

 


USE OF ENGLISH

THE BIG BOTTLE



7) Find in the text the word which has the following definition: “To walk around without a particular destination” (verb)
8) Give one opposite for BREAK (verb) (l. 2)
9) Find in the text one synonym for LITTER (noun)
10) Complete the series with another word of the same semantic group
11) Join the following sentences using an appropriate linker (do not use AND or BUT). Make changes if necessary.
      The Government has a good reputation. It has not solved the problem yet.
12) Fill in the gap with a correct form of the verb in brackets.
  • He shouldn’t (go) have gone to that party yesterday.
13) Rewrite the sentence without changing its meaning. Begin as indicated.
      It is quite unlikely that she will pay for the drinks.
14) Give a question for the underlined words.
       My friend drank three beers last night.

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