Grammar, Word Order, Punctuation Diagnostic Test With Answers 6
Assess the sentences especially in terms of grammar, word order and punctuation.
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The situation here is not so bad as I thought it would be.
The situation here is so bad as I thought it would be.
The situation here is not as bad as I thought it would be.
The situation here is as bad as I thought it would be.
Question 1 Explanation:
"so + adjective as" is only used in negative sentences.
He proved himself to be -- when we consider all the pros and cons of the situation -- not so stupid as people generally think him to be.
He is so successful as a teacher that no student of his has ever failed in the TOEFL exams.
You have to salute him once when you come in in the morning, but you haven't to salute him every time you see him all day long.
Question 4 Explanation:
You do not have to [don't have to] salute him every time you see him.
You've got to give it back to me before you leave.
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