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WRITING FOR GIFTED STUDENTS

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WRITING FOR GIFTED STUDENTS
Exercise 1 (week 1):
1. We couldn’t have managed without my father’s money. If it................
2. I had only just put the phone down when the boss rang back.  Hardly.........
3. It was Walter Raleigh who introduced potatoes and tobacco into England.  The English owe..........
4. “If my members agree to that, I’ll be very surprised,” said the union delegate.  The union delegate
observed that...........
5. While I strongly disapprove of your behavior, I will help you this time. Despite my...........
6. I’m sorry I missed Professor Baker’s lecture.  I’m sorry not............
7. We may not be able to give the condert.  The concert.......
8. I was not surprised to hear that Harry had failed his driving test. It came......
Exercise 2:
1. John inflated the tyres of his bicycle. (blew)
2. We’d better leave them a note, because it’s possible they’ll arrive later (case)
3. Before he came here he worked for Mr/ Smith. (previous)
4. He speaks German extremely well (command)
5. His criticisms are quite unfair. (justification)
6. I can’t understand why they are reluctant to sign the contract (baffled)
7. I always find chess problems like that quite impossible. (defeat)
8. This must be kept secret. (know)
9. I can’t afford a new dress, that old blue one will have to do. (make)
Exercise 3 (week 2):
1. I only recognized him when he came into the light.  Not until.........
2. That rumor about the politician and the construction contract is absolutely false.  There is...........
3. One runner was too exhausted to complete the last lap of the race.  One runner was so.......
4. My mother was the most warm-hearted person I’ve ever known.  I’ve.........
5. They never made us do anything we didn’t want to do.  We.......
6. The only thing that prevented the passing of the bill was the death of the Prime Minister. Had it not...
7. It is quite pointless to complain. There’s no............
Exercise 4:
1. You can’t possibly expect me to have supper ready by 8 o’clock. (question).
2. It is my opinion that there is no advantage in further discussion. (see)
3. Please excuse Jane’s poor typing. She’s only been learning for a month. (allowances)
4. There is no way that young man can achieve success in this test. (bound)
5. Although the dog appeared harmless, it was, in fact, quite dangerous. (contrary)
6. If Smith hadn’t broken his leg, he would have played football for England. (represented).
7. This hotel is inaccessible in winter. (possible)...
WRITING FOR GIFTED STUDENTS
Exercise 1 (week 1):
1. We couldn’t have managed without my father’s money. If it................
2. I had only just put the phone down when the boss rang back. Hardly.........
3. It was Walter Raleigh who introduced potatoes and tobacco into England. The English owe..........
4. “If my members agree to that, I’ll be very surprised,” said the union delegate. The union delegate
observed that...........
5. While I strongly disapprove of your behavior, I will help you this time. Despite my...........
6. I’m sorry I missed Professor Baker’s lecture. I’m sorry not............
7. We may not be able to give the condert. The concert.......
8. I was not surprised to hear that Harry had failed his driving test. It came......
Exercise 2:
1. John inflated the tyres of his bicycle. (blew)
2. We’d better leave them a note, because it’s possible they’ll arrive later (case)
3. Before he came here he worked for Mr/ Smith. (previous)
4. He speaks German extremely well (command)
5. His criticisms are quite unfair. (justification)
6. I can’t understand why they are reluctant to sign the contract (baffled)
7. I always find chess problems like that quite impossible. (defeat)
8. This must be kept secret. (know)
9. I can’t afford a new dress, that old blue one will have to do. (make)
Exercise 3 (week 2):
1. I only recognized him when he came into the light. Not until.........
2. That rumor about the politician and the construction contract is absolutely false. There is...........
3. One runner was too exhausted to complete the last lap of the race. One runner was so.......
4. My mother was the most warm-hearted person I’ve ever known. I’ve.........
5. They never made us do anything we didn’t want to do. We.......
6. The only thing that prevented the passing of the bill was the death of the Prime Minister. Had it not...
7. It is quite pointless to complain. There’s no............
Exercise 4:
1. You can’t possibly expect me to have supper ready by 8 o’clock. (question).
2. It is my opinion that there is no advantage in further discussion. (see)
3. Please excuse Jane’s poor typing. She’s only been learning for a month. (allowances)
4. There is no way that young man can achieve success in this test. (bound)
5. Although the dog appeared harmless, it was, in fact, quite dangerous. (contrary)
6. If Smith hadn’t broken his leg, he would have played football for England. (represented).
7. This hotel is inaccessible in winter. (possible)
8. As far as I know he is still working in Bristol. (knowledge).
Exercise 5 (week 3):
1. The workers only called off the strike after a new pay offer. Only after......
2. He was sentenced to six months in prison for his part in the robbery. He received a........
3. You can eat as much as you like for 5$ at the new lunch-bar. There is no.......
4. She wore a hearing-aid, even though she could hear the phone ring perfectly well. She wasn’t so.....
5. You will never meet anyone more generous than Mrs. Jones. Mrs. Jones is.......
6. My parents let me go abroad alone for the first time last year. I was...............
7. It was his incompetence which led to their capture. If.............
8. I’m certainly not going to give you any more money. I have no........
Exercise 6:
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