033. Have no other choice than to

1. I have no other choice than to call your mother

2. The board had no other choice than to fire the director

3. In order to send the report on time, the staff had no other choice than to pay for expedited shipping.

4. We have no other choice than to continue on with our project as planned.

5. There is no other choice but to turn around and go back to town.

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230. Not simply because

1. He ate the cake not simply because he liked the taste.

2. She quit her job not simply because she disliked it.

3. The manager edited the report not simply because he didn’t like the content.

4. The team played hard not simply because they wanted to win.

5. You have to do your best, not simply because you want to please me.

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199. Both A and B

1. Karate is both about strength and speed.

2. The athlete can both run fast and jump high.

3. He bought both a soup and sandwich for lunch.

4. The book was both interesting and short.

5. If we go on a trip, we can both experience something new and take a lot of pictures.

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165. Would rather A than B

1. I would rather eat fruit than vegetables.

2. I would do my work than watch TV.

3. She would rather have time than money.

4. The patient would rather have the operation now than wait until later.

5. Some people would rather not complain, than be assertive and get what they want.

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158. As A, so B

1. As a man develops character, so will his personality change.

2. As you begin on your new journey, so will all of your new experiences.

3. As the population increases, so will overcrowding.

4. As more people begin to use this technology, so will the use of old products disappear.

5. As they become more successful, so will the people around them start to become jealous.

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157. In token of

1. The staff members bought some snacks in token of celebrating the year-end party.

2. In token of appreciation, the boss bought all of his employees snacks from his trip.

3. The rock band played a tribute song, in token of remembering one of their band members that passed away the week before.

4. She passed out food and blankets to the homeless as a token of appreciation.

5. In token of good faith, the company gave a special discount to long-term members.

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148. Either A or B

1. You can either eat chicken or fish.

2. You can either go to Japan or Korea.

3. They can either have the meeting now or in the afternoon.

4. You’re either with us or against us.

5. Is he is a good candidate because he is either honest or smart?

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144. As though

1. She felt as though he was angry at her.

2. They felt as though they could do better.

3. John felt as though he was scammed.

4. It was as though they weren’t prepared for the exam.

5. The boss felt as though the company should make more money.

232. Enough to

1. He studied just enough to pass the exam.

2. I ate just enough to not be hungry.

3. The manager told the boss just enough to get his point across.

4. My son is old enough to drive.

5. She runs fast enough to qualify for the Olympics.

 

233. Take the trouble to ~

1. I took the trouble to call the service people for you. They are on their way.

2. Thank you for the gift. You shouldn’t have taken the trouble to buy it.

3. We took the trouble of signing up for the program in advance.

4. She took the trouble to come all the way over here. You should be grateful.

5. I don’t want to take the trouble of doing all of this work by myself.