Orange Level - Exercise #9: symmetrical sentences

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 ________________________________________________.

2. He sees who _________________________________________________.

3. They go where _______________________________________________.

4. I'll leave when ________________________________________________.

5. Do you work the hours _________________________________________?

6. Can we sit where ______________________________________________?

7. Did she see who _______________________________________________?

8. I did what ____________________________________________________.

9. We finished what ______________________________________________.

10. The people heard what _________________________________________.

 

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 _______________________________________________.

2. He sleeps whenever _____________________________________________.

3. The students study what __________________________________________.

4. I'll do what _____________________________________________________.

5. Shen only talks when _____________________________________________.

6. We left when ___________________________________________________.

7. They returned what ______________________________________________.

8. I made what ____________________________________________________.

9. The police caught who ____________________________________________.

10. He did what ____________________________________________________.

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