In this part of the exam the candidate must read a sentence and then complete a second sentence with 3-6 words so that it has the same meaning as the first sentence. The task provided you with a word that you must use in the exact form. If the word is SAID, you must use SAID and not say or saying. DO NOT CHANGE THE WORD PROVIDED! It is a test of your grammatical and lexical knowledge. Sometimes the sentence can be completed with only 2 words or more than 6, but these answers are not valid as the task states that you must use 3-6 words, in other words, the word provided + 2,3,4 or 5 more words.

 

Try the Deleting Technique. You take the sentence transformation, for example:

You´ll have a great time no matter where you go

REGARDLESS      You´ll have a great time ________ where you go

YOU MUST CONSIDER WHAT IS THE SAME IN BOTH SENTENCES AND THEN DELETE WHAT IS THE SAME IN THE FIRST SENTENCE

You´ll have a great time no matter where you go

REGARDLESS      You´ll have a great time ________ where you go

YOU ARE LEFT WITH NO MATTER AND ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS THINK OF THE SYNONYM FOR IT.

Answer: regardless of

 

Try our real exam questions (download the answers in the review section):

This project cannot be messed up on any account.

SHOULD    

On no account _______________  up.

 

I have never put so much effort into such a daunting task.

TRIED               

_______________  so hard in such a daunting task.

 

Only at the end of the day did I remember to book another appointment.

RESERVE    

_______________  another appointment at the end of the day.

 

I was never told what the job would entail exactly.

TIME                      

At no _______________ t the job involved

 

I have hardly ever made so much progress in such a short space of time.

SELDOM               

_______________ so much in such a short space of time.

 

Matt had only just set up his business when he found his niche.

HARDLY                           

_______________ his business set up his business when he became rich.

 

ANSWERS AT THE END OF THE COURSE IN THE REVIEW


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