Camila Palacio
Word formation 2 Hello! I have to complete the second sentence so it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. I CANNOT change it. Can somebody tell me if these sentences are right? 1) I'd prefer you not to wear those jeans to the wedding. RATHER I'D rather you not to wear THOSE JEANS TO THE WEDDING. 2) He's a good guitar player, and he also has an excellent singing voice. WELL IN ADDITION of playing the guitar well, HE HAS AN EXCELLENT SINGING VOICE. 3) Because it was so cold, we didn't have a barbecue. PREVENTED THE COLD WEATHER prevented him of having A BARBECUE. 4) We demanded to see the hotel manager. SEEING WE_______________________ THE HOTEL MANAGER. I'm not sure what I should put in number 6
Nov 12, 2018 11:01 PM
Answers · 4
1: rather you don't wear 2: to playing... 3: us from... 4: insisted on seeing
November 12, 2018
November 13, 2018
In 1, are you given "rather you not to wear"? Or is that what you wrote? In 3, why did you change 'we' into 'him'?
November 12, 2018
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Camila Palacio
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