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Put these words and phrases in the correct sequence and create meaningful sentences

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Put these words and phrases in the correct sequence and create meaningful sentences

1: a) visited b) a month c) in over d) I have not e) my grandparents
2: a) his father's b) final exam c) failed the d) Karan e) disappointment f) much to
3: a) meet b) Mrs Malhotra's c) surliest man d) husband e) you'll ever f) is the
4: a) be 21 years old b) still need c) to buy alcohol d) you may e) a liquor permit f) but you
5: a) is worth b) a bird c) two in d) in the e) hand f) the bush
6: a) is refusing b) than a c) fortnight's leave d) her boss e) her more f) to grant
7: a) six months b) together c) it took d) jigsaw puzzle e) to piece f) this giant
8: a) despite b) Myra hates c) her musical ability d) piano lessons e) attending
9: a) along this b) terrible after c) 6 pm d) route is e) the traffic
10: a) apartment b) but the c) buy this d) owner is e) I'd like to f) an exorbitant price g) demanding
11: a) vegetarian b) so make c) he's a d) sure to e) eggless cake f) order an
12: a) time she b) with a c) take criticism d) learned to e) it's about f) pinch of salt
13: a) my brother b) been a c) hypochondriac d) bit of a e) has always
14: a) only once b) seasonal flowers c) a year d) these are e) and bloom
15: a) to Europe b) planning c) all year d) this trip e) he's been

posted Jul 30, 2016 by Upma

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Question 1 - Answer was: d-a-e-c-b. I have not visited my grandparents in over a month.

Question 2 - Answer was: d-c-b-f-a-e. Karan failed the final exam, much to his father's disappointment.

Question 3 - Actual Answer was: b-d-f-c-e-a. Mrs Malhotra's husband is the surliest man you'll ever meet.

Question 4 - Actual Answer was: d-a-f-b-e-c. You may be 21 years old, but you still need a liquor permit to buy alcohol.

Question 5 - Actual Answer was: b-d-e-a-c-f. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.

Question 6 - Actual Answer was: d-a-f-e-b-c. Her boss is refusing to grant her more than a fortnight's leave.

Question 7 - Actual Answer was: c-a-e-b-f-d. It took six months to piece together this giant jigsaw puzzle.

Question 8 - Actual Answer was: a-c-b-e-d. Despite her musical ability, Myra hates attending piano lessons.

Question 9 - Actual Answer was: e-a-d-b-c. The traffic along this route is terrible after 6 pm.

Question 10 - Actual Answer was: e-c-a-b-d-g-f. I'd like to buy this apartment, but the owner is demanding an exorbitant price.

Question 11 - Actual Answer was: c-a-b-d-f-e. He's a vegetarian, so make sure to order an eggless cake.

Question 12 - Actual Answer was: e-a-d-c-b-f. It's about time she learned to take criticism with a pinch of salt.

Question 13 - Actual Answer was: a-e-b-d-c. My brother has always been a bit of a hypochondriac.

Question 14 - Actual Answer was: d-b-e-a-c. These are seasonal flowers and bloom only once a year.

Question 15 - Actual Answer was: e-b-d-a-c. He's been planning this trip to Europe all year.

answer Aug 4, 2016 by Mohammed Hussain

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