Changing Sentences to Equivalent Forms Quiz

Can you change these sentences to mean the same idea?

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1. I haven't seen her for ages. -> The _____ was 15 years ago. // time

2. I didn't understand what he was saying. -> If I had read his book, I _____ what he was saying. // would

3. As the class representative I would like to welcome you. -> I'd like to welcome you _____ the class. // behalf

4. He escaped using a disguise. -> He escaped _____ a disguise. // means

5. Remind me to call Jack. -> Don't let me _____ Jack. // forget

6. This pasta is a new experience for me. -> It is _____ I have tried this pasta. // time

7. She has probably found a new job. -> It _____ a new job. // likely

8. I don't agree with prohibiting smoking in bars. -> I'm not _____ prohibiting smoking in bars. // favor

9. It doesn't need to be finished this afternoon. -> It _____ this afternoon. // finished

10. Pittsburgh is less exciting than New York. -> Pittsburgh _____ New York. // as

11. He couldn't reach the cup because it was too high. -> The cup wasn't _____ for him to reach. // low

12. She didn't accept his marriage proposal. -> She _____. // down

13. We were told to wait here by the director. -> It was the director _____ to wait here. // who

14. Can you look after the kids this afternoon? -> Can you _____ the kids this afternoon? // of

15. "Why don't you take a day off?" asked Jim. -> Jim felt _____ a day off. // should

16. He acts like a poor man even if he has a lot of money. -> He acts like a poor man, ____ he has a lot of money. // fact

17. I didn't mean to break that vase. -> I didn't break that vase _____. // on

18. Jack says Jenny is responsible. -> It's Jenny's _____ Jack. // according

19. I was so bored by his lecture I left. -> His lecture was _____ I left. // boring

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Changing Sentences to Equivalent Forms Quiz

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You'll need to review a wide range of equivalent forms to help you learn to express ideas in a variety of ways. Make sure to check this look at equivalent forms, as well as learn a wide range of ways to express the same idea.