1. "I didn't recognise him yesterday," she said. She said that he didn't recognise her yesterday.
She said that he had not recognised her the day before.
She said that she hadn't recognised him the previous day.
She said not to have recognised him the day before.
She was said not to have recognised him the previous day.
2. The house belongs to the Blacks, so it is ... the house of the Blacks.
the Black's house.
the Blacks's house.
the Blacks' house.
the Black house.
3. If you work hard, you earn more money. The hardest you work, the most money you will earn.
The harder you work, the more money you will earn.
Harder you work, more money you earn.
The fewer work you do, the fewer money you earn.
You work less because you earn more.
4. The odd one out: tomatoes, potatoes, books... kangaroos
5. I am tall, ...? am I
6. When I saw her, she was ... the street. She was leaning ... a wall. across, against
7. Nobody will buy this product. This product will be bought by nobody.
This product will be bought.
This product won't be bought by nobody.
This product won't buy.
This product will have to be bought by nobody.
8. They are repairing the car. The car is being repaired.
The car is repaired.
The car is been repaired.
The car is been repairing.
The car is repairing
9. You ... there alone. You ... should not have gone, can have been robbed
ought not to have gone, can't have been robbed
will go, will have been robbed
should not have gone, could have been robbed
were allowed to go, might have been robbed.
10. You ... come immediately. She ... to hospital. She is extremely ill. can, must not be taken
have to, does not have to be taken
should, will take
ought to, can take
must, must be taken
11. Which one is not correct? yours