Synonymous Sentences Find the Odd Man Out MCQ Test With Answers - Mini Comprehension Exercise 5
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Choose the odd one out. Lovers are so foolish when they believe love will last forever.
Some lovers are foolish enough not to believe that love will last forever.
O lovers! Don't be so foolish. No love lasts forever.
No love lasts forever. Lovers would be wise to know this.
When you are in love, you have no doubt that it will live forever.
Lovers think that their love will never die.
Hadn't I missed that plane on that day, I wouldn't be alive now.
Aren't I lucky to have missed that plane!
If I am alive today, it is because I didn't get on that plane that day.
The fact that I am alive today is due to the fact that I didn't miss that plane.
If I hadn't missed that plane, I wouldn't be here talking to you now.
I owe my life to the fact that I missed that plane that day.
I find it impossible not to feel sorry for her.
She makes it impossible for me not to feel sorry for her.
I would feel sorry for her even if I tried not to.
There is nothing I can do to stop myself feeling sorry for her.
I can't help feeling sorry for her.
It is not possible for me not to feel sorry for her.
His father pretended not to know what the boy had done.
His father preferred not to show that he knew what the boy had done.
His father didn't choose to show that he knew what the boy had done.
His father knew perfectly well what the boy had done.
What the boy had done was not unknown to his father.
His father wanted to forget what the boy had done.
My friend used to visit her aunt once a month only.
Only once a month did my friend use to visit her aunt.
My friend didn't visit her aunt more than once a month.
Only one visit per month was paid by my friend to her aunt.
My friend visited her aunt not more than once a month.
Her aunt was used to and pleased about being visited by my friend once a month only.
The man left the room angrily. You had talked to that man's wife the day before.
The man left the room angrily because you had talked to his wife the day before.
The man whose wife you had talked to the day before left the room angrily.
The man who left the room angrily is the husband of the woman you had talked to the day before.
I don't know whether or not the man was angry because you had talked to his wife the day before.
All I know is that you had talked to that man's wife the day before and that he now left the room angrily.
He must have had a new lock put on the door.
He must have had someone come and put a new lock on the door.
It seems that he has put a new lock on the door.
There seems to be a new lock on the door because -- I suppose -- he wanted it to be changed.
I suppose he asked someone to come and put a new lock on the door.
This old key I have here is no good. Obviously, he has had the lock changed.
I'll help you provided that you promise to be more careful from now on.
I'll help you on condition that you promise to be more careful from now on.
Whether or not I will help you depends on whether or not you promise to be more careful in the future.
If you promise to provide some help from now on, I will be careful, too.
That you promise to be more careful in the future is the necessary condition for me to help you.
If you promise me that you'll be more careful in the future, I will help you.
Finally, he said that he was pleased the negotiations had come to a satisfactory conclusion.
He concluded his words by pointing out that he was pleased to see the negotiations had been brought to a satisfactory conclusion.
He said that he was pleased the negotiations had finally come to a satisfactory conclusion.
The negotiations had been brought to a satisfactory conclusion. He finished his words by saying that he was pleased about this.
Lastly, he expressed his contentment that the negotiations had been satisfactorily concluded.
The last thing he expressed as he finished his words was the contentment he felt over the satisfactory conclusion the negotions had been brought to.
Naturally, one doesn't expect polar bears to live happily in the desert.
A desert would be an unnatural environment for polar bears to live and multiply in.
Polar bears cannot be expected to live happily in the desert.
It would go against their natural self for polar bears to live in deserts.
It would be unnatural to see polar bears live happily in the desert.
There is nothing unnatural about polar bears living in the desert happily.
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