Conditional clauses Conditional 1If we go by bus, it will be cheaper. Conditional 2If I knew, I would tell you. Conditional 3If I had known this, I wouldn’t have come.
Prepositional verb patternsThe court has acquitted him of rape charge.Police are advising the public against travelling in the fog.He beat me at chess.The president presented him with a prestigious award.I first presented her to my best friend.Each child throws a ball to their partner.They threw stones at the window.
Prepositional noun patternsOur statistics show a decrease in the number of violent crimes.Profits were £1 million, which is a decrease of 5 percent.Try to find the reason for any delay in payment.Our plane faced a delay of three hours.If you experience difficulties in doing this task, ask for help.Nobody wants to the job of painting the ceiling.The prospect of introducing him to her friend made her nervous.
Prepositional adjective patternsPeople are naturally anxious about exams.We were all anxious for peace.Not all results are made available to us.There is no money available for this project.He is really bad at French.Too much salt can be bad for your heart.He was really bad to me.
Prepositional adjective patternsHe is conversant with Spanish history.This diet is deficient in vitamin C.Her voice was devoid of any emotion.He carried on walking, impervious to the tropical heat.I felt it was incumbent upon us all to help.This was an evening reminiscent of happier times.He wore a coat riddled with moth holes.
Let’s catch up! May 20: no class Whit Monday May 21: catch-up session Tuesday 8:15 am – 10:15 am Room E 1.09