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1. I tried ringing but I couldn't get ________ to her office


2. The car gives ________ too much smoke, so the police told him not to drive it anymore


3. It took her a long time to get ________ the illness


4. You must keep it secret; I don't want anyone to find ________


5. The robber went to the police station and gave himself ________



6. He got ________ the bus and showed his travel pass


7. The bad news really got him ________


8. She's brought a couple of friends with her; do you think there's enough food to go ________


9. I know I promised, but I really can't go ________ with it


10. Friday nights are given ________ to having a drink; I always go


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Basic English Usage
  • What is different from other relative pronouns.
    Other relative pronouns usually refer to a noun that comes before.
      I gave her the money that she needed.
      The thing that I'd like most is a home computer.
      (That refers to— repeats the meaning of— the money and the thing.)
      We use what as [noun + relative pronoun] together.
      I gave her what she needed. (What = the money that.)
      What I'd like most is a home computer. (What = the thing that.)
  • Do not use what with the same meaning as that.
      You can have everything (that) you like.
      (NOT . . . -everything what you like.)
      The only thing that makes me feel better is coffee.
      (NOT The only thing what . . .)
      We use which, not what, to refer to a whole sentence that comes before.
      _^ -1
      'Sally married George,' which made Paul very unhappy.
      (NOT. . . -what made Paul very unhappy.)
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