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  1. “Why don’t we go to the cinema ?”
=> He suggested ...
  1. My father said I could use his car.
=> My father allowed …
=> My father allowed me ...
  1. The driver said it was true that he didn’t have a license.
=> The driver admitted ...
  1. I spent 1 hour doing the homework.
=> It took me ...
  1. The school was so far that I couldn’t walk to it.
=> The school was …
=> The school wasn’t ...
  1. He spoke to fast that we couldn’t follow him.
=> He spoke …
=> He didn’t ...
  1. Why don’t you put your luggage under the seat ?
=> The man suggested …
  1. I’ll finish the work tonight if you like.
=> Would you like ...
  1. The teacher didn’t allow the class to leave before 4:30.
=> The teacher made ...
  1. I hate to get up in the dark.
=> I can’t …
  1. Seeing Nelson Mandela will always in my memory.
=> I’ll never ...
  1. It’s necessary to water those plants regularly.
=> Those plants need …
  1. Don’t you remember you lent me some money last week ?
=> I can’t remember ...
  1. You can try to get him to lend you his car, but you won’t succeed.
=> There’s no point …
  1. Don’t stop him doing what he wants.
=> Let …
  1. Mr. Pinchley doesn’t allow his teenage children to go out in the evenings.
=> Mr. Pinchley makes …
  1. Harry couldn’t get his parent’s permission to buy a motorbike.
=> Harry’s parents didn’t let …
  1. We can’t possibly work in this noise.
=> it’s
  1. The house shook violently and all of us felt that.
=> All of us felt …
  1. He was crossing the road. I caught sight of him.
=> I noticed …
  1. It’s not a good idea to travel during the rush hour.
=> It’s better to avoid …
  1. Paul doesn’t like talking to them.
=> Paul hates …
  1. The little girl wasn’t old enough to stay at home alone. (too.... to)
=>
  1. The room was too small for us to live in. (enough … to)
=>
  1. Why don’t we go out for some fresh air ?
=> He …
  1. He would rather read books than play video games.
=> He …
  1. I’d like to have a cup of tea.
=> I …
  1. It took me a week to carry out this project.
=> I
  1. Don’t forget to bring your umbrella.
=> My mother …
  1. I will never forget the time I visited the Grand Canyon.
=> I
  1. I wish I bought that house.
=> I
  1. I wish I didn’t hurt your feeling.
=>
  1. I will ask my father to drive me to the airport.
=> I …
  1. The police didn’t allow anybody to enter the restricted area.
=> The police …
  1. I couldn’t arrive on time because of the traffic jam.
=> The traffic jam …
  1. You should join the English speaking club.
=> My teacher …
  1. You shouldn’t stay up too late. It’s not good for your health.
=> His doctor …
  1. You must stay away from the conservative area.
=> The guard …
  1. You mustn’t arrive late for the meeting tomorrow.
=> Our boss…
  1. We hope that we will pass the exam.
=> We …
  1. Yes, I broke the window yesterday when I was playing football.
=> The little boy …
  1. No, I didn’t receive any letters or postcards from you.
=> The father …
  1. I’m sorry because I have so much work to do, I couldn’t visit you last month.
=> The son …
  1. I will attend your wedding anniversary.
=> Carrie …
  1. It’s no point persuading him to change his mind.
=> It isn’t worth …
  1. Would you like to come to my party.
=> John …
  1. Shall I know your name and address ?
=> The receptionist …
  1. Everyone seems to trust the foreman.
=> The foreman …
  1. I remember my father taking me to the zoo.
=> I remembered …
  1. He doesn’t mind his friends criticizing him.
=> He doesn’t …
  1. They are going to ask you to make a speech.
=> You are …
  1. We intend to hold the meeting here.
=> The meeting …
  1. Tim didn’t expect her to introduce him him to the president.
=> Tim didn’t …
  1. Mary likes everyone to look at her when she comes in.
=> Mary likes …
  1. Mr. Baker hopes his company to transfer him to Chicago.
=> Mr. Baker …
  1. I don’t like people shouting at me.
=> I …
  1. I hate people staring at me.
=> I …
  1. We need to decorate the living room.
=> The …
  1. Someone may recognize her. She is wearing glasses to avoid that.
=> She avoids …
  1. People criticize him, but he doesn’t mind that.
=> He …
  1. People ask her about the past. She hates that.
=> She hates …
  1. The boy didn’t mind his sixteenth birthday held by his friends surprising him.
=> The boy …

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