Exercício: Como criar ou formar frases em inglês

O problema é que o exercício pede para que eu recrie o sentido de uma frase com uma palavra e uma lacuna(específica) específica. A regra é utilizar de 3 a 6 palavras para contextualizar a nova frase como a original. Por exemplo: "João não gosta de tomar banho aos domingos" >> "LAVAR" (palavra a ser usada) >> "João_ aos domingos". Logo a resposta é "João não gosta de se lavar aos domingos". Há a mesma semântica. Sem delongas, listarei aqui 4 exercícios com minhas respostas e a correção deles e eu gostaria de que vocês me informassem se minhas construções estão gramaticalmente certas e se estiverem qual a frase tem a maior proximidade semântica.

Exercícios

1. There is no way we will accept so low offer for the house

"IMPOSSIBLE"

The offer was so _ accept

Minha resposta: "The offer was so low that it impossible us to accept"
Correta: "The offer was so low that it was impossible to accept"

2. Jen will never accept the facts unless they are presented to her by an expert.

"TERMS"

Jen will never _ unless they are presented to her by an expert

M. R.: "Jen will never accept the terms unless they are presented to her by an expert"
C.: "Jen will never come to terms with the facts unless they are presented to her by an expert"

3. Does anyone know who invented the light bulb?

"CAME"

Does anyone know _ of the light bulb?

M. R.: "Does anyone know from who came the idea of the light bulb?"
C.: "Does anyone know who came up with the idea of the light bulb?"

4. She doesn't think it's necessary to work so many overtime hours.

"POINT"

She doesn't see _ overtime hours

M. R.: "She doesn see any point in working overtime hours"
C.: "She doesn't see the point of working overtime hours