Answers to participle clauses

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Answers to participle clauses

  1. 1. GRAMMAR UNIT 10 - ADVANCED LEVEL EOI REUS 2009/2010 ANSWERS TO PARTICIPLE CLAUSES EXERCISES PRACTICE EXERCISE 1 b) Being three goals up … c) Having already used … d) Clearly not being fully-fit, … e) Not being published until … f) (Being) Taken from the movie Titanic, … g) Not having played Sabatini before, … h) While investigating the theft, … i) A bag containing high explosives … EXERCISE 2 b) Knowing what he’s like, I’d rather not get involved. c) Not being American, I really don’t understand the attraction of American football. d) Having eaten/Having tried eating snails before, I think I’ll give it a miss if you don’t mind. e) Not knowing the area, we got completely lost. f) Not having met him, I can’t really comment. g) Being fluent in English makes it much easier for me to get work here. h) Not having studied grammar, I don’t really know the terminology. i) John, not knowing what to say, just stood there in silence. EXERCISE 3 b) Taken by surprise, she could not answer for a moment. c) Woken by the dawn call, we went to see the morning prayers at the Jama Masjid. d) Driven at great speed through the narrow streets of Old Delhi, we watched the city come to life. e) Known affectionately as Dr Jock, he built up a tremendous rapport1 with his patients. 1 rapport /ræˈpɔː r / noun [ S or U ] a good understanding of someone and an ability to communicate well with them. We'd worked together for years and developed a close/good rapport. She has an excellent rapport with her staff.

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