Grammar, 6.1, page 137
2 a, b, d
3 a, b, d
4 a, b, d
6 a, c
2 A hostel is a place where you can stay quite cheaply.
3 That's the song which I listened to at Emma's house.
4 He's the man who I saw on TV last night.
5 That's the hotel where we stayed last summer.
6 That's the dog which barked all night.
7 She's the girl who I borrowed money from.
8 That's the boy whose father owns the shop on the corner.
Grammar, 6.2, page 137
b which / that
1 The Grand Hotel, where we spent three weeks onesummer, has closed.
2 My neighbour, who used to be a singer, is learning the guitar.
3 Our cousins, whose parents travel a lot for work, often come to stay with us.
4 My new laptop, which cost over ?500, has stopped working.
5 The next bus, which leaves in ten minutes, goes directly to Heathrow Airport.
6 There's a party this Friday at the Beat Cafe, where we often go at weekends.
Grammar, 6.3, page 138
1 Could you tell me where the post office is?
2 I was wondering if / whether you have any mayonnaise.
3 I'd like to know what time the film finishes.
4 May I ask what your name is?
5 I'd be interested to know what the salary for this job is.
6 I'd like to know if / whether I should apply for the job online.
7 I'd be interested to know if / whether you received my invitation.
8 Could you tell me when the train leaves?
9 I was wondering if / whether you have a table for four.
10 May I ask when the interviews will take place?
Grammar, 6.4, page 138
2 It's very relaxing to walk along a beach.
3 It's amazing that we arrived on time.
4 It's no use asking for a pay rise - you won't get it!
5 It was dangerous to go rock-climbing on your own.
6 It was very disappointing that the restaurant was closed.
7 It's illegal to fish in this river.
8 It was no use trying to push the car up the hill.