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Rewrite the sentences using the words in capitals in the correct form. The meaning must stay the same

     
1.   He's a bit antisocial. SOCIABLE
     
2.   He likes Rubinstein. FRIENDLY
     
3.   She never phones us. TOUCH
     
4.   I don't have a good relationship with my father. GET ON
     
5.   I became her friend at university. MAKE
     
6.   My boss is very reliable. RELY
     
7.   I've known Donavan for a long time. OLD
     

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1.   He isn't very sociable.
2.   He's friendly with Rubinstein.
3.   She never keeps in touch./ She doesn't keep in touch.
4.   I don't get on with my father.
5.   I made friends with her at university. / We made friends at university.
6.   I can rely on my boss.
7.   Donavan's an old friend.
     
 
 
 

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