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    Báo tài liệu có sai sót
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    some, any etc. and relatives 101 some, any and compounds, e.g. somebody, anything, somehow PEG 50-1
    Insert some or any, making the appropriate compounds if necessary.
    1 There`s . . . milk in that jug.
    2 She wanted . . . stamps but there weren`t . . . in the machine.
    3 I`m afraid there isn`t . . . coffee left; will you grind . . . ?
    4 Is there . . . one here who speaks Italian?
    5 I`d like to buy . . . new clothes but I haven`t . . . money.
    6 There`s . . . gin in the cupboard but there aren`t . . . glasses.
    7 They can`t have . . . more strawberries; I want . . . to make jam.
    8 . . . one I know told me . . . of the details.
    9 Have you . . . idea who could have borrowed your bicycle?
    10 I saw hardly . . . one I knew at the party, and I didn`t get . . . thing to drink.
    11 When would you like to come? ~ . . . day would suit me.
    12 Are there . . . letters for me?
    13 Don`t let . . . one in. I`m too busy to see . . . body.
    14 . . . thing tells me you`ve got . . . bad news for me.
    15 I can`t see my glasses . . . where.
    16 We didn`t think he`d succeed but he managed . . . how.
    17 You`re looking very miserable; has . . . thing upset you?
    18 If you had . . . sense you wouldn`t leave your car unlocked.
    19 Scarcely . . . one was wearing a dinner jacket.
    20 . . . one who believes what Jack says is a fool.
    21 She put her handbag down . . . where and now she can`t find it.
    22 Will you have . . . pudding or . . . fruit?
    23 Haven`t you got . . . friends in Rome? I feel sure you mentioned them once.
    24 Haven`t you got . . . friends here? You should join a club and get to know people.
    25 I see you haven`t . . . maps. Would you like to borrow . . . of mine?
    26 . . . one can tell you how to get there. (Everyone knows the way.)
    27 Come and have supper with us if you aren`t doing . . . thing tonight.
    28 1... how imagined the house would be much larger.
    29 All the salaries are being paid much later now; it`s . . . thing to do with the computer.
    30 He lives . . . where in France now.
    31 You can`t expect just . . . student to solve the problem. It requires a mathematician.
    32 He`s not very well known here but he`s . . . one (an important person) in his own country.
    33 Where shall we sit? ~ Oh, . . . where will do.
    34 Is there . . . one moving about downstairs? I heard . . . thing falling.
    35 Is there . . . one living in that house? It looks deserted.
    36 Would you like . . . thing to drink? There`s . . . very good beer in the f ridge.

    102 Relatives: defining, non-defining and connective PEG 72-84
    Read the following passage and then do the exercises on it. In answers to questions, use a relative clause.
    Example:
    Lucy was shaking the mat out of the window of the flat. Tom happened to be passing underneath. Suddenly Lucy`s baby gave a cry and she dropped the mat. It fell on Tom and knocked his hat off.
    (a) What mat are we talking about? The mat that/which Lucy dropped or
    The mat that Lucy dropped or The mat that fell on Tom`s head.
    (b) Who was Tom?
    The man who was passing underneath or The man (that/whom) the mat fell on or The man whose hat was knocked off.
    1 Mr Black usually catches the 8.10 train. This is a fast train. Today he missed it. This annoyed him very much. He caught the 8.40. This is a slow train and doesn`t reach London till 9.40. Mr White usually travels up with Mr Black. Today he caught the 8.10 as usual. Mr White normally borrows Mr Black`s paper to read on the train.
    As Mr Black was not there today he borrowed a paper from another passenger,
    Mr Brown. (a) What is the 8.10?
    What is the 8.40? (c) Who is Mr White? (d) Who is Mr Brown
     
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