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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #127764: Complicated sentences
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    Complicated sentences


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    1. Sam is impatient to expand his business : "It's high time I my business".

    2. He had never lived on his own = He was never used to on his own.

    3. As soon as Susan saw him, she fell in love = No sooner had Susan seen him she fell in love.

    4. As soon as Susan saw him, she fell in love = Hardly had Susan seen him she fell in love.

    5. 'Don't make me suffer' = He asked her make him suffer.

    6. 'Don't walk past here', he said to me. = He told me walk past there.

    7. In the past, he visited his grandparents on Sundays. = He used them.

    8. They regret having missed the appointment. = They wish they missed the appointment.

    9. She is successful and yet she feels miserable. = No matter , she feels miserable.

    10. I'd prefer to change the topic. I change the topic.










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