Unit 17 The Participle
1) going; 2) remembering; 3) connecting; 4) taking; 5) not knowing; 6) saying; 7) turning; 8) being; 9) shaking; 10) supporting
Sentences 2, 4, 6, 9,12 are impossible to paraphrase.
1. The woman working in the garden is my sister. 3. Not knowing their telephone number I couldn't ring them up. 5. The sidewalks were crowded with people watching the carnival. 7. He stood at the counter and hesitated not knowing what to choose. 8. The conferences
held at the University every year are devoted to ecological problems. 10.1 looked at the people lying on the beach. 11. The people waiting for the doctor have been sitting here for a long time.
1) divided; 2) broken; 3) left; 4) connected; 5) told; 6) received; 7) installed; 8) sent; 9) applied; 10) cooked
1. The new job offered to me lately seems to be very interesting. 2. He could not recognize the square rebuilt while he was away. 3. The news brought to us is exciting. 4. The things left behind by passengers are usually taken to the Lost Property Office. 5. The animals caught in the morning struggled furiously. 6. The answer, so long expected, came at last. 7. There was a dead silence in the room broken only by his cough. 8. The sunrays lighted the magnificent house built on the hill. 9. The castle built many years ago was in good order. 10. The typewriter bought a few days ago has gone wrong.
l. hen lying he spoke more quickly than when telling the truth. 2. She stood in front of the mirror as if speaking to herself. 3. She screamed as though badly hurt. 4. He is a quiet man. He never hurries unless pressed for time. 4. While waiting for you, I was looking through newspapers and magazines. 6. When asked about it, he could say nothing. 6. When translated, the article will be typed. 7. While crossing the street yesterday, I saw an accident. 8. A promise accounts so little till kept. 9. When a student he used to study at the library. 10. He was hesitating whether to take the step, which if mistaken, could put him to trouble.
1. Having seen so little of the country, I am afraid I cannot answer all your questions. 2. Having arrived two days before the conference he had a lot of time to see-Edinburgh. 3.1 felt very tired having worked the whole day in the sun. 4. Having bought a pair of gloves we moved to the shoe department. 5. She left having told us all she had found out. 6. Having got what he wanted he took his hat and left. 7. By this time having got used to the atmosphere of the big city, he no longer felt a stranger. 8.1 felt refreshed and rested having slept for eight hours. 9. Having completed all our preparations we hired a taxi and hurried off. 10. Having never experienced such difficulties she was at a loss.
1) exhausted; 2) accompanied; 3) sleeping; 4) Having filled; 5) promising; 6) laid; 7) Judging; 8) Having arrived-9) asking; 10) walking; 11) fallen; 12) Seen; 13) Not knowing; 14) Locked; 15) Having addressed; 16) giving-17) Having washed; 18) having changed
lb, 2b, 3b, 4a, 5c, 6b, 7a, 8c, 9a, lOb
Correct sentences: 3, 7,10
1. Feeling tired and having nothing more to do till he came, she sat into the armchair at the window looking at the mountains lit by the sun. 2, On the walls there were some common coloured pictures, framed and glazed. 4. It was the hour of sunset, unnoticed in the cities, so beautiful in the country. 5. Having finished breakfast he stayed for some minutes in the dining room. 6. Mother smiled looking at the children playing in the garden. ». borne questions touched upon in the report are worth considering. 9. Having left our suitcases we went sightseeing.
1. Be attentive when driving a car. 2. On the sheet of the paper there were several lines written in pencil 3. Having received a telegram my sister immediately left for Glasgow. 4.1 don't know the man speaking on the phone. 5. Having gone in the evening, we arrived in the city at 6 a.m. 6. The news received made everybody excited. 7.1 left her a message not having caught her at home. 8. Feeling tired they decided to have a rest. 9.1 did not remember the name of the person who rang you up yesterday. 10. We sat on the terrace enjoying a wonderful view of the mountains surrounding our hotel.
I remember when I was a child being sent to visit one of our numerous elderly eccentric aunts. She was mad about bees; the garden was full of bees, humming like telegraph poles. One afternoon she put on an enormous veil and a pair of gloves, locked us all in the cottage for safety, and went out to try to get some honey out of one of the hives. Apparently she did nor stupefy them properly, or whatever it is to do, and when she took the lid off, the bees poured out and settled on her. We were watching all this through the window. We didn't know much about bees, so we thought this was all right, until we saw her flying round the garden making desperate attempts to avoid the bees, getting her veil tangled in the rosebushes. Eventually she reached the cottage and flung herself at the door. We couldn't open it because she had the key. We kept trying to tell her this, but her screams of agony and the humming of the bees drowned our voices. It was I believe Leslie who had the brilliant idea of throwing a bucket of water over her from the bedroom window. Unfortunately in his enthusiasm he threw the bucket as well. To be drenched with cold water and then hit on the head with a large iron bucket is irritating enough, but to fight off a mass of bees at the same time makes the whole thing extremely trying. When we eventually got her inside she was so swollen as to be almost unrecognizable.
Unit 18 Modal Verbs
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