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Find the subject in the sentences below and define what it is expressed by

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  1. a) Mark the sentences T (true), F (false) or DS (doesn’t say).
  2. A) subject b)predicative c)object d)attribute e) adverbial modifier
  3. A. Change the following sentences as shown on the model.
  4. Adverbial clauses of cause (or causative clauses) express the reason, cause, or motivation of the action expressed in the main clause or of its content as a whole.
  5. AGREEMENT BETWEEN SUBJECT AND VERB
  6. Agreement of the predicate with the subject
  7. Agreement of the Predicate with the Subject
  8. Ask questions about the following sentences.
  9. B) After you have written the sentences translate them into Russian.
  10. B) Give sentences of your own using the same model.
  11. B) Imagine you are telling someone about what is said in the sentences below. Your fellow-student is to express agreement as in the model.
  12. B) Make up sentences using the following tables.

1. Willmot was not interested in this matter.

2. I don’t like the story.

3. One of the group was present at the conference.

4. The wounded were taken to hospital.

5. Her going there does only harm on their relation.

6. The door was left open.

7. How he got there was another matter.

8. This is a dog. It is called “Spot”.

9. For me to meet you is great pleasure.

10. “At” is a preposition.

 

Find the subject in the sentences below and define what it is expressed by.

1. The dog was barking in the yard the whole evening yesterday.

2. His whole mind was occupied with hunger.

3. The unemployment waited for him.

4. The first has already come.

5. To deny the post is to deny the future.

6. The “how” and the “why” of things never seems to occur to children.

7. It was no good his coming back.

8. One of these things should suit her.

9. For us to part was a very serious matter.

10. The effect on him was tremendous.

 

Insert: a) there, b) it

1. Is … any more soup?

2. … was pretty early when we left home.

3. … lived wild people.

4. … was he who discovered this place?

5. … aren’t many mistakes in your test.

6. … must be something wrong.

7. Is … any difficulty in your work?

8. … seems that everything is all right.

9. … was by train that we reached Istanbul.

10. … might be he who was asked at this point.

 

Insert: a) there, b) it

1. … are two sides to every question.

2. … is no place like home.

3. Is … a lamp on the table?

4. … is three kilometers to the city.

5. … was only yesterday that he came home.

6. … were many people in the room, … was stuffy.

7. … high time to begin our work.

8. At that moment … came a knock at the door.

9. I’m afraid … is no preventing it.

10. I’m sure … is a rule for it and … is not rule for you.

 

Insert: a) there, b) it

1. We must go to meet the bus. Wouldn’t do to miss … ?

2. … he that makes you talk to yourself in that silly way.

3. … was an eagerness and excitement in the faces of them.

4. … no use our wasting time talking about it.

5. … is a telephone on your table?

6. Will … be a concert tonight?



7. … must be some butter in the fridge.

8. While … is life … hope.

9. … lies a big dog there.

10. Have … been many apples this year?

 

Mark the type of the predicate in the sentences.

1. The girl looked tired but pretty.

2. It’s time we were making a move.

3. Ronald, jealous!

4. She stopped talking to him.

5. I had to bite my lips to prevent myself from laughing.

6. You are going to attend the college at Harvard, they tell me.

7. She couldn’t be happy.

8. During his lessons the students would sit and talk all the time.

9. It was the crying of a baby.

10. Mr. White made up his mind to visit Europe.

 

Mark the type of the predicate in the sentences.

1. Such an old lady to laugh so loudly.

2. When did life begin on earth?

3. Mr. White began to be rather ashamed.

4. They lit a fire on the edge of a wood.

5. It was a soft spring night.

6. She keeps interrupting me to talk over her impressions of this morning.

7. We used not to nod one another.

8. You ought to be more attentive.

9. Me trying to meet him again!

10. Repairs were being made right here in the friend.

 


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