Rewrite the sentences using the words in brackets. Do not change the original meaning of the sentences.
1. It’s too bad that you can’t come to see my exhibition. (wish)
2. It snows in the winter. You need boots then. (when)
3. He worked for a man. The man was very demanding. (whom)
4. I don’t recommend eating at that restaurant. (shouldn’t)
5. Janet missed the train, so she was late for work. (if)
6. “Do you often shop here?” asked Donald. (whether)
7. Have they prepared the food yet? (has)
8. Perhaps you forgot to tell them about the meeting. (might)
1. I wish you could come to see my exhibition.
2. It snows in the winter, when you need boots.
3. The man for whom he worked was very demanding.
4. You shouldn’t eat at that restaurant.
5. If Janet hadn’t missed the train, she wouldn’t have been late for work. / Janet wouldn’t have been late for work if she hadn’t miss the train.
6. Donald asked whether I / we often shopped there.
7. Has the food been prepared yet?
8. You might have forgotten to tell them about the meeting.