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2 CORRECT the mistake in each sentence.

2. She was working anywhere in London 10 years ago. _____________

5. I really enjoyed the party because nobody was so friendly. _____________

6. Are you looking for somewhere to put the washing in? _____________

7. Everybody seems interested in the house, so we’re not going to sell it. _____________

8. While they were decorating the kitchen, Paul covered everybody with old sheets.

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9. Does everybody know where Doctor Fields is? I can’t find her. _____________ 10.Before the dishwasher was invented, someone did the washing up by hand.

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11.‘What’s wrong?’ ‘Everything. I’m fine thanks.’ _____________

7 CORRECT the mistakes in the sentences.

1. They’ve been sit on that sofa all evening.

9. I know a cinema that you can get discounted tickets on weekdays. 10.My uncle’s been working abroad for last July.

11.The science teacher borrowed me a book for the research project. 12.You look exhausted! Have you played football all morning? 13.Zack has been knowing Julie for ages.

14.She’s been working all night, haven’t she?

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    Exercise 2: CORRECT the mistake in each sentence.

    2. She was working anywhere in London 10 years ago.

    CORRECT: She was working SOMEWHERE in London 10 years ago.

    5. I really enjoyed the party because nobody was so friendly. CORRECT: I really enjoyed the party because EVERYBODY was so friendly.

    6. Are you looking for somewhere to put the washing in?

    CORRECT: Are you looking for ANYWHERE to put the washing in?

    7. Everybody seems interested in the house, so we’re not going to sell it.

    CORRECT: NOBODY seems interested in the house, so we’re not going to sell it.

    8. While they were decorating the kitchen, Paul covered everybody with old sheets.

    CORRECT: While they were decorating the kitchen, Paul covered EVERYTHING with old sheets.

    9. Does everybody know where Doctor Fields is? I can’t find her. CORRECT: Does ANYBODY know where Doctor Fields is? I can’t find her.

    10. Before the dishwasher was invented, someone did the washing up by hand.

    CORRECT: Before the dishwasher was invented, EVERYONE did the washing up by hand.

    11. ‘What’s wrong?’ ‘Everything. I’m fine thanks.’

    CORRECT: ‘What’s wrong?’ ‘NOTHING. I’m fine thanks.’

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    Exercise 3: COMPLETE the sentences with the correct defining relative pronoun.

    15. where 

    16. who

    17. which

    18. which

    19. whose

    20. who

    21. which

    22. whose

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    Exercise 4: COMPLETE the sentences using the infinitive of purpose and the verbs from the box. More than one answer is possible.

    1. to withdraw / in order to withdraw / so as to withdraw

    23. not to wake / in order not to wake / so as not to wake

    24. to catch / in order to catch / so as to catch

    25. to store / in order to store / so as to store

    26. to not lose / in order not to lose / so as not to lose

    27. To start / In order to start / So as to start

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    Exercise 5:  CORRECT the mistakes in the sentences below.

    1. My favourite singer, *that is American, won a Grammy award last year.

    CORRECT: My favourite singer, WHO is American, won a Grammy award last year.

    28. I went to the library *for study quietly.

    CORRECT: I went to the library TO study quietly.

    29. The children are very tired because they've *played all day.

    CORRECT: The children are very tired because they've BEEN PLAYING all day.

    30. You need an antivirus *[to not] have any problems with your software.

    CORRECT: You need an antivirus NOT TO have any problems with your software.

    31. I can download all my favourite podcasts onto my smartphone, *this is great.

    CORRECT: I can download all my favourite podcasts onto my smartphone, WHICH is great.

    32. We've *[been knowing] each other since we were children.

    CORRECT: We've KNOWN each other since we were children.

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    Exercise 7: CORRECT the mistakes in the sentences.

    1. They’ve been *sit on that sofa all evening.

    CORRECT: They’ve been SITTING on that sofa all evening.

    9. I know a cinema *that you can get discounted tickets on weekdays.

    CORRECT: I know a cinema WHERE you can get discounted tickets on weekdays.

    10. My uncle’s been working abroad *for last July.

    CORRECT: My uncle’s been working abroad SINCE last July.

    11. The science teacher *borrowed me a book for the research project.

    CORRECT: The science teacher LENT me a book for the research project.

    12. You look exhausted! Have you *played football all morning?

    CORRECT: You look exhausted! Have you BEEN PLAYING football all morning?

    13. Zack has *[been knowing] Julie for ages.

    CORRECT: Zack has KNOWN Julie for ages.

    14. She’s been working all night, *haven’t she?

    CORRECT: She’s been working all night, HASN'T she?

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