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Ex. 7. Translate into Ukrainian paying attention to the forms of the Gerund.

Ex. 6. Translate into English using Participle I or Participle II, where possible.

B) Participle II.

1. The meeting cancelled yesterday will take place tomorrow. 2. The news received last week impressed everybody very much. 3. The answer expected came at last. 4. A latter mailed today will be received by your relatives in a few days. 5. When asked students stand up. 6. The wounded leg was examined by the doctor. 7. Her worn hat didnt match her elegant blouse. 8. It must be done at once.

 

Ex. 5. Translate the words and expressions in brackets using:

a) Participle I

1. They are now at a congress ( ) in Saint Petersburg. 2. ( ) he postponed his journey. 3. (ϳ ) she found a letter from her friend there. 4. The policeman ( ) on the corner can show you the way if you got lost. 5. ( ) we couldnt help smiling. 6. ( ) the right direction, he drove away ( ). 7. The students ( ) the teacher spoke loudly.

b) Participle II.

1. At the conference the delegates discussed new materials ( ) in engineering. 2. Here are some letters ( ) last week. 3. The tests () by the students had a lot of mistakes. 4. () window should be replaced. 5. The attempts ( ) turned out to be fruitless.

 

 

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7. , .

8. , , .

 

1. I have no objection to your smoking, but please refrain from doing so in the office. 2. Any noise prevents me from working. 3. He doesnt like being praised, he is too modest. 4. A lot depends on your making the right choice. 5. On seeing the expression on Toms face, Linda burst out laughing. 6. I remember having been informed of the accident. 7. Little children like being read fairy tales. 8. I would appreciate your calling me back. 9. When she heart the news, she couldnt help crying. 10. He complained of having been unfairly treated. 11. We didnt mind her helping us. 12. I dont fell like going out tonight. 13. It was no use even trying to publish the story in that magazine. 14. Without saying a word, he took his coat and left the room. 15 She couldnt leave the town all summer because of her mother being ill. 16. Reading aloud can help you to improve your pronunciation.

 


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  1. AND UKRAINIAN LANGUAGES. AFFIXATION.
  2. Basic qualities of the perfect forms
  3. Contribution of Ukrainian linguists to lexicological studies.
  4. English modal verbs having not always modal verb equivalents in Ukrainian.
  5. Exercise 1. Translate the following sentences paying attention to Participle Constructions in different syntactic functions.
  6. Forms of action
  7. Free and Bound Use of Grammar Forms
  8. Give their Ukrainian equivalents.
  9. IV Analyze verb-forms and translate the following sentences. Match the verb-forms with their tenses in Active or Passive Voice.
  10. Rules and methods of Romanization of different Ukrainian proper nouns.
  11. Stylistic classification of English and Ukrainian vocabulary




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A) Participle I. | Ex. 12. Put the verb in brackets into the correct form, the Gerund or the Infinitive.

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