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  1. Peter is not .............. he used to be; he hasn’t got ............... much enthusiasm ............... he once had.
    a) as / so / as b) like / as / as c) as / so / that d) like / as / that


  2. 2. Many people wish they ..................... a job that paid as well as Harold's, so if they heard him complain about it, they probably ..................... much sympathy for him.
    a) had / wouldn't have c) had had / won't have
    b) had had / wouldn't have had d) had / wouldn't have had

    3. No one ..................... to leave the exam room before every student had handed in his / her paper.
    a) had been let b) was allowed c) had allowed d) was let

    you think which is correct?
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You know the guidelines, Yunus-- please try answering them yourself first... and you'll have difficulty with #1, because there is a predicate adjective missing.
hi, mister micawber

i think first question should be d

second question a

third question b. But i' not sure and these questions are my exam of last year and i will be exam this year from these examples. They are examples for exam .
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Hello, Yunus,

MM doesn't seem to be online right now, so I'll jump in.

I agree with your answers for 2 and 3; I wouldn't have chosen d for the first one: you can't use "that" in that instance, although the first part "like" is OK. Try again? Emotion: smile
Thanks for covering, Pieanne-- you did a much better job than I would have, since I see now we don't need any p.a. in the first sentence at all. My mistake.
(I thought it was missing too when I first read it, lol)

No problem for you with the typhoon?
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thank you pieanne, i learned it. it must be like/as/as

YES! Emotion: smile
Bingo!

Typhoon #14 was a big bluff for Yokohama-- it skirted us and headed up the west coast of Honshu. Awful wet in Kyushu, though.
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