1. Those bananas aren’t r______ yet
— they’re still green.
2. —Would you like some fried fish?
—No. Thanks. I’m on a d_______.
3. Riding a bike helps develop a child’s sense of b______.
4. “Well, let me see,” he said slowly, trying to g______ time before
answering the question.
5. B______ the water before drinking it.
6. The doctor asked him to lie down on his s_______.
7. Professor Morrey let us study at our own p_______.
8. The television was f______ normally until yesterday.
9. Could you p______ an orange for me?
10. You shouldn’t go swimming until your food has a chance to d______.
1. I advise you not to eat so much junk food.
You _________ _________ _________ eat so much junk food.
2. She doesn’t live here any longer.
She _____ _____ lives here.
3. I realized my mistake only then.
Only then _____ _____ _____ my mistake.
4. We advised him to start earlier.
We advised that _____ _____ earlier.
5. He takes exercise every day and is in good health.
He _____ _____ by taking exercise every day.
I. 1. ripe 2. diet 3. balance 4. gain 5. Boil 6. stomach/side 7. pace
8. functioning 9. peel 10. digest
II. 1. ought not to/had better not 2. no longer 3. did I realize 4. he start
5. keeps fit
III. 1. I see him now and then, but not often.
2. Everyone in the class is so clever that I can’t keep up with them.
3. Today I have plenty of time to finish my homework.
4. It is a science to make a choice about what kind of food to eat
5. This dish is very tasty.