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Changing a Sentence to Have the Same Meaning Exercise Answers


Answers to the exercise Different Sentence but the same meaning Exercise

1. I prefer listening to music to watching television.

I like listening to music more than watching television.

2. Television has too much advertising.

Television has too many adverts.

3. There are only a few good programmes on television that I like watching.

There aren't a lot of good programmes on television worth watching.

4. I haven't watched television for ages.

It's been a long time since I watched television.

5. If I don't buy some new music every month, I get bored with my collection.

I get bored with my collection so I buy some new music every month.

6. Why don't you stay in and watch television this afternoon?

If I were you, I would stay in and watch television this afternoon.

7. They have a lot of repeats on television at the moment.

There are a lot of repeats on television lately.

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