PET Writing Test 2
Rewrite the sentence so the meaning of both sentences is the same. See the example.
We don't have any milk in the fridge, even though there was some yesterday.
1. Yesterday there was milk in the fridge, but there isn't any now.
2. Yesterday there was milk in the fridge, but there isn't any today.
It is obvious that we forgot to buy it yesterday.
Answer: We must have forgotten to buy it yesterday.
I find it very annoying when this happens.
Answer: I get very annoyed when this happens.
Normally we have plenty of milk in the fridge.
1. We don't usually run out of milk.
2. We don't usually have no milk in the fridge.
It is more difficult to get fresh bread than to get fresh milk.
1. Fresh bread is harder to get than fresh milk.
2. Fresh bread isn't as easy to get as fresh milk.
Writing Part 1
Writing Part 2
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