|Orange Level – Exercise #9: symmetrical sentences (ANSWERS)|
Directions: Complete each sentence so that the second clause of the sentence looks like the first clause. Pay attention to verb tenses.
Part A. Use the word "want" after the subject in the second clause.
Example: I do what ___________________. (use "want’)
I do what I want to do.
1. She eats what she wants to eat.
2. He sees who he wants to see.
3. They go where they want to go.
4. I’ll leave when I want to leave.
5. Do you work the hours you want to work?
6. Can we sit where we want to sit?
7. Did she see who she wanted to see?
8. I did what I wanted to do.
9. We finished what he wanted to finish.
10. The people heard what they wanted to hear.
Part B . Use the word "need" after the subject in the second clause.
Example: I buy what ___________________. (use "need‘)
I buy what I need to buy .
1. They go wherever they need to go.
2. He sleeps whenever he needs to sleep.
3. The students study what they need to study.
4. I’ll do what I need to do.
5. Shen only talks when she needs to talk.
6. We left when we needed to leave.
7. They returned what they needed to return.
8. I made what I needed to make.
9. The police caught who they needed to catch.
10. He did what he needed to do.