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FCE USE OF ENGLISH PART 4 LEXICAL PHRASES II

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FCE USE OF ENGLISH PART 4 LEXICAL PHRASES II

  1. 1. USE OF ENGLISH, PART 1USE OF ENGLISH, PART 1 SENTENCE TRANSFORMATION (II)SENTENCE TRANSFORMATION (II) WORD PATTERNS: 7. TO APOLOGIZE: Disculparse. 8. TO BE THE ONLY ONE WHO: ser el único que 9. TO BE TYPICAL OF… + to or –ing? : ser típico de 10. TO HAVE A DIFFICULTY …+to/-ing? : tener dificultades para 11. TO REFUSE …+ to/ing?:: Negarse (≠ negar) 12. TO BE GOOD/BAD ….+?: Ser bueno haciendo algo.
  2. 2. USE OF ENGLISH, PART 4USE OF ENGLISH, PART 4 sentence transformationssentence transformations 7. I’m sorry I forgot to phone grandma. APOLOGIZE I………………………………………………………………………..………………………………..phone grandma. 8. All the students failed the exam except Jenny. WHO Jenny was the……………………………………………………………passed the exam. APOLOGIZE FOR NOT REMEMBERING TO/FORGETTING TO ONLY (ONE) WHO
  3. 3. USE OF ENGLISH, PART 4USE OF ENGLISH, PART 4 sentence transformationssentence transformations 9. My father used to joke about difficult situations. TYPICAL It was………………………………………………………………………..……joke about different situations 10. The police recovered the jewels very easily. DIFFICULTY The police had ……………………………………………………………………………………………the jewels TYPICAL OF MY FATHER TO NO DIFFICULTY WITH RECOVERING
  4. 4. USE OF ENGLISH, PART 4USE OF ENGLISH, PART 4 sentence transformationssentence transformations 11. Aunt Jane would never let anyone see her without a hat. REFUSED Aunt Jane………………………………………………………………………..……without a hat. 12. Tom can’t organize his social life very well. GOOD Tom……………………………………………………………….……his social life. REFUSED THAT ANYONE SAW HER TO REFUSE + TO + INF. (THAT CLAUSE) SHE REFUSED THAT anyone saw her without a hat. TO BE GOOD/BAD AT + -ING ALWAYS REFUSED TO BE SEEN IS NOT GOOD AT ORGANIZING

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