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CalifJimI think we can do better, though. The blanks are to be filled with numbers, not synonyms, so maybe this would be clearer:
No, noEmotion: shake the blanks are to be filled with synonyms, with word, not with numbers. It's my mistake I haven't explained myself properly.Emotion: embarrassed

This is the exercise my teacher:

1.- At this moment. 2.- A big quantity of. 3.- In reality. 4.- Simply and just. 5.- A small quantity.

(1) _____ Robert is taking his wallet out of his jacket pocket. How much money is there in Robert’s wallet? There isn’t (2) ___________ money, (3) __________ there's (4) _________ (5) ___________ money.

So this is the result after they have filled in the exercise:

(1) Now Robert is taking his wallet out of his jacket pocket. How much money is there in Robert’s wallet? There isn’t (2) a lot of money. (3) In fact there's (4) only (5) a little money.

These are the last directions I figured out: Fill in the blanks with the appropriate synonyms from the glossary according to / corresponding to the given numbers

Thank you

TS
Thinking SpainNo, no Emotion: shake the blanks are to be filled with synonyms
Oh, OK. Never mind. (Ignore my last suggestion for a change.)

You already have your method lined up and ready to go, so go ahead and continue with that, but I'd just like to say that I would do it as shown below.

__________________________

Rewrite the sentence below, replacing the bracketed words with the appropriate synonyms from the glossary.

[At this moment] Robert is taking his wallet out of his jacket pocket. How much money is there in Robert’s wallet? There isn’t [a big quantity of] money. [In reality] there's [just] [a small quanity of] money.

The students write this answer:

Now Robert is taking his wallet out of his jacket pocket. How much money is there in Robert’s wallet? There isn’t a lot of money. In fact there's only a little money.

CJ
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Hi CalifJim,

Thank YOU for all your replies. This is it! No more questions about this one.Emotion: smile