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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #10743: Rephrase
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    Rephrase


    Rephrase the sentences.



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    1. The shopkeeper is sorry the demonstrators broke his window. / He wishes ... .

    2. They wanted the journalists to take photos of them. / They made ... .

    3. Most students don't usually cheat during exams. / Most students aren't used ... .

    4. Anna got married six months ago. / It's ... .

    5. You ought to make up your mind. / I wish ... .

    6. I am sure they were not aware of the consequences. / They ( + impossibilité dans le passé /impossible in past)) ... .

    7. He immediately rushed to phone her after I had told him the news. / No sooner ...
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    8. The book is too difficult. We can't read it. / The book is too ... .

    9. These photos are unpleasant to look at. / What ... !

    10. They have elected him. / He ... .









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