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    "So, Neither, But" Exercises

    Konu, 'İngilizce Genel' kısmında Bilge Gökçen tarafından paylaşıldı.

    so neither nor exercises so neither exercises nor konusu Part IAdd to the following remarks using (and) so + the noun/pronoun in brackets + the auxiliary. If there is an auxiliary in the first remark repeat this; if not use do/does/did. He lives in London. (I) He lives in London and so do 1.
    He had to wait. (you) He had to wait and so had you.
    1 I have read it. (John)
    2 He is a writer
    , (she)
    3 Tom can speak Welsh
    , (his wife)
    4 She ought to get up. (you)
    5 I should be wearing a seat belt. (you)
    6 John wil
    l be there. (Tom)
    7 The first bus was full. (the second)
    8 I bought a ticket
    , (my brother)
    9 You must come. (your son)
    10 This bus goes to
    Piccadilly. (that)
    11 I'm getting out at the next stop. (my friend)
    12 He used to work in a restaurant. (1)


    Part 2 Add to the following remarks using (and) neither/nor
    + the auxiliary + the noun/pronoun in brackets.
    He isn't back. (she) He isn't back and neither is she.
    13 I haven't seen it. (Tom)
    14 You shouldn't be watching TV. (Tom)
    15 You mustn't be late. (1)
    16 He can't come. (his sister)
    17 I don't believe it. (Ann)
    18 Alice couldn't understand. (Andrew)
    19 I'm not going
    , (you)
    20 This telephone doesn't work. (that)
    21 Tom's car won't start
    . (mine)
    22 I hadn't any change
    . (the taxi driver)
    23 He didn't know the way. (anyone else)
    24 My father wouldn't mind. (my mother)


    Part 3 Contrary additions.
    Add to the following remarks using but
    + noun/pronoun + the auxiliary or do/does/did. Make a negative addition to an affirmative remark:
    She thanked me. (he) She thanked me but he didn't.
    Make an affirmative addition to a negative remark:
    She can't eat oysters. (I) She can't eat oysters but I can.
    Use needn't as the negative of must, and must as the affirmative of needn't.
    25 John was seasick. (Mary)
    26 He wasn't there
    , (she)
    27 You must go. (your brother)
    28 My sister can speak German. (I)
    29 Alexander didn't want to wait. (James)
    30 Bill needn't stay. (Stanley)
    31 A cat wouldn't eat it. (a dog)
    32 He will enjoy it. (his wife)
    33 I haven't got a computer
    , (my neighbour)
    34 This beach is safe for bathing
    , (that beach)
    35 I must leave early
    , (you)
    36 You don't have to pay tax. (I)


     
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    Cevap: "So, Neither, But" Exercises
    Part I The answers in this section all begin with So.
    I So has John. 2 . . . is she. 3 . . . can his wife. 4 . . . ought you. 5 . . . should you. 6 . . .will Tom. 7 . . . was the second. 8 . . . did my brother. 9 . . . must your son. 10 . . . does that. 11 . . . is my friend. 12 . . . did I.



    Part 2 The answers in this section all begin with Neither/Nor.
    13 Neither/Nor has Tom. 14 . . . should Tom. 15 . . . must I. 16 . . . can his sister.

    17 . . . does Ann. 18 . . . could Andrew. 19 . . . are you. 20 . . .does that. 21 . . . will mine. 22 . . . had the taxi-driver. 23 . . . did anyone else. 24 . . . would my mother.


    Part 3 The answers in this section all begin with But.
    25 But Mary wasn't. 26 . . . she was. 27 . . . your brother needn't. 28 . . . I can't. 29 . . . James did. 30 . . . Stanley must. 31 . . . a dog would. 32 . . . his wife won't. 33 . . . my neighbour has. 34 . . . that beach isn't. 35 . . . you needn't. 36 . . . I do.
     
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