Combine the sentences using both...and, neither….or, or neither... nor.
Exercise 1. Combine the sentences using both...and, neither….or, or neither... nor.
1. Jim is on holiday and so is Carol.
—> Both Jim and Carol are on holiday.
2. George doesn’t smoke and he doesn't drink.
—> George neither smokes nor drinks.
3. Jim hasn't got a car. Carol hasn't got a car, either.
—> Neither Jim nor Carol has got a car.
4. It was a very boring film. It was very long, too.
—> The film was both long and boring.
5. Is that man’s name Richard? Or is it Robert? It’s one of the two.
—> That man's name is either Richard or Robert.
6. I haven't got time to so on holiday. And I haven't got the money.
—> I’ve got neither time nor money to so on holiday.
7. We can leave today or we can leave tomorrow.
—> We can leave either today or tomorrow.
8. Helen lost her passport at the airport. She also lost her wallet there.
—> Helen lost both her passport and wallet at the airport.
9. There are good reasons for using bicycle in big cities: They are clean. They are also easy to park.
—> There are good reasons for using bicycles in big cities: They are both clean and easy to park.
10. On Friday evening, sometimes I go to the cinema, sometimes I stay at home and watch T.V.
—> On Friday evening, I either so to the cinema or stay at home and watch T.V.
Exercise 2. Change the sentences into cleft sentences in the passive.
1. Fans gave Christina lots of flowers.
—> It was Christina who/ whom was given a lot of flowers by fans.
2. The pedestrian asked the policeman for direction to the post office.
—- > It was the policeman who/ whom was asked for direction to the post office.
3. People talked a lot about his house.
—> It was his house that was talked a lot about.
4. His father bought him a bicycle for his birthday.
—> It was the bicycle that was bought for him for his birthday.
5. He described his hometown in his novel.
—> It was his hometown that was described in his novel.
6. She frigfitened the children.
— > It was the children who were frightened.
7. Her younger sister broke her glasses.
—> It was her glasses that were broken.
8. The Prince kissed my younger sister at the party.
— > It was my younger sister who was kissed at the party by the Prince.
9. My father gave me this story book as a birthday present.
—> It was this story book that was given to me as a birthday present by my father.
10. Vietnamese people celebrate Tet as the greatest occasion in a year.
—> It is Tet that is celebrated as the greatest occasion in a year by the Vietnamese.