Дана презентація може бути використана при вивченні граматичного матеріалу "The Participle" на перших уроках для тренування навичок учнів та для закріплення матеріалу.
Об’єднайте два речення в одне, використовуючи Participle I. Ex: He was jumping down the stairs. He broke his leg. – He broke his leg jumping down the stairs. Tom was watching the film. He fell asleep. The pupils opened their textbooks. They looked for the answer. Julia was training to be a designer. She lived in Milan for 3 years. They are vegetarians. They don’t eat meat. Jane was tidying up her bedroom. She found some old letters.
Объедините два предложения в одно, используя перфектное причастие I. Н-р: He handed in his test. He had written all the exercises. – Having written all the exercises, he handed in his test. She went to her car and drove off. She had closed the door of the house. I sent him an SMS. I had tried phoning him many times. We moved to Florida. We had sold our cottage. His head was aching at night. He had studied all day. He knew all the goals by heart. He had seen that match several times.
Having closed the door of the house she went to her car and drove off. Having tried phoning him many times I sent him an SMS. Having sold our cottage we moved to Florida. Having studied all day his head was aching at night. Having seen that match several times he knew all the goals by heart.
I. Choose the correct variant.1) He left the room, ( having thrown/ throwing) the letter into the fire.2) Her voice became even more (worrying/ worried) and sad.3) The (running / run) water provided a picturesque view.4) (Lost/ having lost) his address I couldn’t write to him.5) The picture was considered (stealing/ stolen).6) The film was (disappointing/ disappointed) I expected it to be much better.
7) We were (alarmed/ alarming) at the news of the earthquake in Japan.8)It was (alarmed/ alarming) to think of the possible consequences.9) He was ( annoying/ annoyed) with the noisy children.10) It’s (annoying/annoyed) that there is no hot water.11) He seems the most (boring/bored), the most indifferent spectator there.12)(Having been exhausting/having been exhausted) by the journey, the children fell asleep immediately.
II. Complete the sentences with the correct participle forms of the verbs.1(judge) from what critics say, this new play is worth seeing.2) The place look deserted, quite (isolate).3)I have heard that melody (play) a lot of time.4) They found the (hide) treasure in a cellar.5) The acrobat, (amuse) by the crowd’s response, continued to perform tricks.6) The car (stop) at the red light was hit by the truck.
7) The (freeze) fish was an easy meal for Jim to cook.8) The women (wear) the blue sweater is Jack’s mother.9) She could feel her heart (beat) wildly.10) The door was found (lock).11) Hurriedly (fasten) his backpack, Joe rushed off to school.12) (Try) to catch the 9 o’clock train, he was walking very fast.