A Complete the second sentence in each pair so that it has approximately the same meaning as the first sentence. Use between two and five words, including the word given, and a word related to one of the words in the first sentence. 1 Sue is very experienced in giving PowerPoint presentations. ( considerable ) Sue has considerable experience of giving PowerPoint presentations. 2 The presenter failed to emphasise the benefits of the reforms. ( place ) The presenter failed to the benefits of the reforms. 3 I have arranged for our guests to be met at the airport. ( made ) I have our guests to be met at the airport. 4 As far as I know, the seminar has been postponed. ( best ) To , the seminar has been postponed. 5 Could you briefly summarise the main points of the meeting for us? ( brief ) Could you give of the main points of the meeting? 6 They plan to publish the report next month. ( scheduled ) The report next month. 7 The debate was hastily concluded. ( hasty ) The debate was brought to . 8 Do you think you could guide me a bit on how to structure my speech? ( some ) Do you think you could on how to structure my speech? 9 These reforms will significantly reduce government spending. ( significant ) These reforms will make government spending. 10 We bought these laser jet printers to replace our old dot matrix ones. ( as ) We bought these laser jet printers our old ones. 11 Ms Wilkinson heads the Human Resources department. ( of ) Ms Wilkinson is the Human Resources department.
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