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I have a task to rewrite these sentences so the meaning is exactly the same. But the new sentence has in a specific way.

He met Jane, whom he later married, when he was at Cambridge.
He met Jane, who was..........

His behaviour is beginning to annoy me more and more.
I am beginning to ...............

I only heard her husband's side of the story when I met him in France.
It was only...............

I find it very surprising that she didn't like her present.
I would ...............
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He met Jane, who was later to become his wife when he was at Cambridge.

I am beginning to become more and more annoyed by his behaviour.

It was only his side of the story that her husband gave me when I met him in France.

I would like to say that I find it very surprising that she didn't like her present. (Note: if you say, "I would find it very surprising that she didn't like her present.", the meaning is not quite the same.)
Mary was very annoyed, consequently, she slapped her husband. Rewrite starting with so.
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Can you give it a try first, please?

HINT: Start with So annoyed was . . .

So annoyed was mary when she her husband

So annoyed was Mary that . . .


What did she do to her huband.?

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So Mary was annoyed consequently she slapped her husband
So annoyed was Mary that she consequently slapped her husband.
olive build 396 So annoyed was Mary that she consequently slapped her husband.

You don't need "consequently" when the sentence is ordered this way. Just, "So annoyed was Mary that she slapped her husband".

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