Gap Fills Exercise

February 27, 2014pdf

Complete the following sentences.

1. ………………….. surprisingly, we missed the train.

a) Not

b) No

c) Either could be used here

2. I can see you tomorrow, but ……………………. on Tuesday.

a) not

b) no

c) Either could be used here

3. Let me know if you have …………………… trouble.

a) any

b) some

c) Either could be used here

4. ……………………. people have ever seen her laugh.

a) Few

b) Less

c) Either could be used here

5. Is she here ……………………?

a) already

b) yet

c) Either could be used here

6. He denied that he had ……………………. seen her.

a) ever

b) never

c) Either could be used here

7. ………………….. you say, I won’t believe you.

a) No matter what

b) Whatever

c) Either could be used here

8. I ………………….. support the conservative party.

a) no more

b) no longer

c) Either could be used here

9. …………………….. are going to be rainy.

a) The next days

b) The next few days

c) Either could be used here

10. …………………….. was there.

a) Neither of my parents

b) None of my parents

c) Either could be used here

Answers

1. Not surprisingly, we missed the train.

2. I can see you tomorrow, but not on Tuesday.

3. Let me know if you have any trouble.

4. Few people have ever seen her laugh.

5. Is she here yet?

6. He denied that he had ever seen her.

7. No matter what you say, I won’t believe you.

8. I no longer support the conservative party.

9. The next few days are going to be rainy.

10. Neither of my parents was there.

 

 

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