1.If I don’t have a dictionary, I’ll have to borrow one.
2.He used to go for a walk every day, but now he is confined to a wheelchair.
3.She imagined being trapped in the ruins of the building and being rescued after two days.
4.Do you happen to know what your astrological sign is?
5. In spite of receiving immediate medical attention, the patient died very quickly.
6. If you happen to see Sheila this afternoon, explain about the delay.
7. It was delightful to see you again.
8. If I had known what the answer was, why would I have been asking you?
9. She keeps asking me such strange things.
10. Much though he would have admired her determination, he disliked all her policies.
11. This is certainly a historic occasion; all the generations of our family from seven different countries are assembled around one table.
12. If I’m not here when you call, leave a message with my secretary.
13. I thought Samantha would ring, but she could have forgotten the number.
14. I gave her such good directions that she couldn’t have got lost.
15. It’s no use to take those tablets; they’re not strong enough.
16. All applications must be received until 31 March.
17. His strange clothes and manner always gave him a comical appearance.
18. You will learn more successfully if you take lots of breaks.
19. He promised helping Margaret to set up a new helpline service for patients.
20. The exam was so easy, no one should have failed.
21. Unless you have other plans, I’d like you to have dinner with me.
22. I can’t stand hearing about all these new cancer cases.
23. It me shocked that he never bothered to visit his mother in hospital.
24. He agreed to see us this weekend.
25. Although fond of Rita, he didn’t really want to marry her.
Although + sentence : Although he was fond of Rita, he didn’t really to marry her
25. is correct , 10 sounds a bit strange to me. As much as he admired her determination,….
23….It shocked me or I was shocked 19 He promised to help….
25… DINNER WITH YOU. (IN THE END)
Hi , please see my comment below
6. If you happen to see Sheila this afternoon, explain the delay – For no 6, the word ABOUT is unnecessary in the statement. you can remove that
19. He promised to help Margaret to set up a new helpline service for patients. – for no 19 – The verb PROMISED is usually followed by the TO- infinitive not by a gerund. Change helping to infinitive form TO HELP
23. I was shocked that he never bothered to visit his mother in the hospital. – Pronouns ( It Me) are used incorrectly. Replace it with I was ; also IN HOSPITAL the noun phrase in hospital is missing a determiner before it. replace it with in the hospital
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