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Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

1.

#1. The trial was expected (..5.)

#2. Yesterday the courtroom (..4.)

#3. I thanked the solicitor for (.7..)

#4. The solicitor had to prepare the case yesterday, (.2..)

#5. The solicitor looked tired as if he (.1..)

1) ... had prepared all the documents already.

2) ... didn't he?

3) ... start on Monday.

4) ... was full of newspapermen.

5) …to start on Monday.

6) ... prepared all the documents already.

7) …preparing the case for the trial.

8) …hadn't he?

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

2.

#1. I've just bought the textbooks (.8..)

#2. I wondered if that textbook (.5..)

#3. The bought textbook on the theory of state and law (.1..)

#4. At this time tomorrow I (.4..)

#5. I wish I were a university professor and (.6..)

1) ... was written last year.

2) ... shall have been written by the end of the term.

3) ... to write by university professors.

4) ... shall be writing my course paper in civil law.

5) ... had been written by Prof. Rabinovych.

6) ... could write new textbooks in law.

7) ... to have been written last academic year.

8) ... written by well-known professors in civil law.

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

3.

 

#1. We wrote an appeal to the Court of Appeals (.4..)

#2.I was writing an appeal (.5..)

#3. Having written the appeal (.8..)

#4. The lawyer made me (.1..)

#5. I wish (.7..)

1) ... write an appeal to a higher court.

2) ... before my lawyer came.

3) ... to rewrite this appeal.

4) ... two days ago.

5) ... from 5 till 7 yesterday.

6) … when she had called me.

7) ... I were not so busy writing the appeal now.

8) … I checked it carefully.

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

4.

 

#1. Ann has been studying (..7.)

#2. Ann had been studying (.5..)

#3. Ann is very clever. We believe she will be able (.8..)

#4. Ann always studies in the evening and what about you? (.2..)

#5. Ann is proud of (.1..)

1) ... studying law at Oxford University.

2) ... So do I.

3) ... should have studied yesterday

4) … So am I.

5) ... for three hours before we came.

6) ... study at Oxford University.

7) ... for three hours. She may be very tired.

8) ... to study law at Oxford University.

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

5.

 

#1. While I was checking my e-mail (..8.)

#2. I wanted him (.1..)

#3. If he is not busy tomorrow (.7..)

#4. The article will have been translated (.3..)

#5. If he had worked very hard (.5..)

1) ... to translate this article about current elections.

2) ... he has been translating.

3) ... by the time you come.

4) ... he were translating this article about current elections.

5) ... he would have translated these texts from Legal English textbook without any mistakes.

6) ... translating the text on the US court system.

7) ... he will help you to translate the article about elections.



8) ... he was translating the text on the US court system.

 

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

6.

#1. When I entered the courtroom (.5..)

#2. If you had asked your lawyer yesterday (.6..)

#3. As soon as he comes (.7..)

#4. The prosecutor made (.1..)

#5. The judge had been explaining every witness his/her rights (.3..)

1) ... the witness explain everything to the jury.

2) ... the judge is explaining how the trial will be conducted.

3) ... since the cross examination began.

4) ... to explain everything to me.

5) ... the judge was explaining how the trial would be conducted.

6) ... he would have explained you that article of the Criminal Code.

7) ... I'll explain everything to him.

8) … he will have explained everything.

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

7.

 

#1. I have already passed the Bar Final examination, and what about you? (.5..)

#2. I'm not sure (7…)

#3. We shall be passing our Law Society Final examination (.4..)

#4. He said (.2..)

#5. If you had worked harder last term (..6.)

1) ... since morning.

2) ... he had passed all the professional examinations.

3) ... Neither have I.

4) ... at this time tomorrow.

5) ... So have I.

6) ... you wouldn't have failed the exam. Shame on you!

7) ... whether he will be able to pass the professional exam.

8) ... he have passed all the exams.

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

8.

 

#1. If the librarian comes the students (..3.)

#2. The lecturers made the students (.4..)

#3. The law students are looking forward to (.7..)

#4. Usually the books (.5..)

#5. By the beginning of the academic year all the necessary textbooks (.8..)

1) ... borrowed all the books in their subjects from the library.

2) ... to borrow books from the academic library.

3) ... will be able to borrow the books from the library.

4) .... borrow all the books in their subjects from the library.

5) ... are borrowed by the students at the beginning of a term.

6) ... are borrowing the books from the library now.

7) .... borrowing the textbooks in law from the academic library.

8) ... had been borrowed by the students.


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