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1) Complete the second sentences in each pair so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentences.
1. This exhibition is much more interesting than the last one.
2. The teacher says that no student in the school is noisier than I am.
3. This book is the least interesting I've ever read.
4. I think Vung Tau City is the most ‘liveable’ city in Viet Nam.
5. This city is the same as it was in the 1990s.
6. He found the visit to the gallery quite depressing.
1. The last exhibition was not as interesting as this one.
2. The teacher says that I’m the noisiest student in the school.
3. I have never read a less interesting/more boring book than this one.
4. I think there is no city in Viet Nam (that is) more ’liveable' than Vung Tau City.
5. This city hasn't changed since the 1990s.
6. He felt quite depressed by/about the visit to the gallery.
2) Rewrite each sentence so that the new sentences have a similar meaning to the original one, using the word in brackets.
1. You should use a dictionary to check the meaning of new words. (LOOK)
2. The doctor told my father to stop smoking. (GIVE)
3. The cost of living has been increasing considerably in the past few weeks. (UP)
4. Margaret Thatcher was born and spent her childhood in the town of Grantham, Lincolnshire, England. (GREW)
5. His business is going badly - he'll have to stop doing it soon. (CLOSE)
6. My aunt has got two teenage children, but they don't seem to have a good relationship with each other. (GET)
1. You should use a dictionary to look up new words.
2. The doctor told my father to give up smoking.
3. The cost of living has been going up considerably in the past few weeks.
4. Margaret Thatcher was born and grew up in the town of Grantham, Lincolnshire, England.
5. His business is going badly, so he'll have to close it down soon.
6. My aunt has got two teenage children, but they don't seem to get on well with each other.