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Complete the conversation. Put in so or such.

Sarah: Sorry I'm ( ►) so late. We had (►) such a lot to do at work.

Mark: You shouldn't do (1).................. much.

Sarah: The boss gets in (2)................. a panic about things. She makes (3).......... ……. a big fuss.

Mark: Well, you shouldn't be (4)................. willing to work (5)........................ long hours. No wonder

you're (6).................... tired. You'll make yourself ill, you know.

3 So... thatand such ... that (C)

Match the sentences and combine them using so or such.

? Sarah was late home. All the tickets sold out.

? Mike hadn't cooked for a long time. He wouldn't speak to anyone.

 

1 The piano was heavy. He'd almost forgotten how to.

2 Tom was annoyed about United losing. It kept all the neighbours awake.

3 The band was a big attraction. Mark had already gone to bed.

4 Vicky had a lot of work to do. Mike and Harriet couldn't move it.

5 The party made a lot of noise. She was sure she'd never finish it.

 

? Sarah was so late home that Mark had already gone to bed.

? Mike hadn't cooked for such a long time that he'd almost forgotten how to.

1. ……………………………………………………………………………..

2. ……………………………………………………………………………..

3. ……………………………………………………………………………..

4. ……………………………………………………………………………..

5. ……………………………………………………………………………..

4 What (D)

Put in what or what a.

► Come into the sitting-room. ~ Thank you. Oh, what a nice room!

1 Vicky believes in ghosts. ~ Oh,................. nonsense she talks!

2 Let's go for a midnight swim. ~................. suggestion!

3 I think about you all the time, Emma. ~................ lies you tell me, Matthew.


90 Place names and the

A Introduction

Man: Could you tell me where the Classic Cinemais, please? Rachel: Yes, it's in Brook Street.Go along here and take the second left.

Whether a name has thedepends on the kind of place it is - for example, a street (Brook Street)or a cinema (the Classic Cinema),a lake (Lake Victoria) or a sea (the North Sea).


Most place names do not have the.Europe California Melbourne Brook Street LakeVictoria


Some place names have the- for example, a name with the word cinemaor sea.

the Classic Cinema theNorth Sea


Whether we use thecan also depend on the structure of the name.

We do not use thewith a possessive (*s). We often use thein structures with of, with an

adjective and with plural names.

at Matilda'sRestaurant With of: the Avenue ofthe Americas

With an adjective: the White House With a plural: the Bahamas

B Continents, countries, islands, states and counties


Most are without the.travelling through Africaa holiday in Portugalon Jerseyto Rhode Islandfrom Floridain Sussex


Words like republicand kingdomhave the.

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