Use of English 5
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence.
1 You must never take your helmet off while you are horse-riding.
Helmets must be worn _______________________________ while horse riding.
2 I am here as the council's representative.
I am here ____________________________________ the council.
3 The car door was open with a coat hanger.
The thief opened the door __________________________________ a coat hanger.
4 For once, I would like you to do without any help.
Can you do this ____________________________________ for a change?
5 He wanted to say he was sorry; that's why he bought some flowers.
He bought some flowers ______________________________ he was sorry.
6 They waved until she disappeared over the hill.
They waved until ____________________________________ over the hill.
7 One other thing before I forget - Jane was on TV.
Oh, ____________________________, I saw Jane on TV.
8 I'm sorry but I thought it was OK to park here.
I do apologise. I ___________________________ it was OK to park here.
9 Her responsibility was for the whole project.
She ______________________________ the whole project.
10 The book was too high for me to get it from the top shelf.
The book was ______________________________ on the top shelf.
1 Helmets must be worn all the time while horse riding.
2 I am here on behalf of the council.
3 The thief opened the door by means of a coat hanger.
4 Can you do this on your own for a change?
5 He bought some flowers in order to say he was sorry.
6 They waved until they lost sight of her over the hill.
7 Oh, by the way, I saw Jane on TV.
8 I do apologise. I was under the impression it was OK to park here.
9 She was in charge of the whole project.
10 The book was out of my reach on the top shelf