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Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

27.

#1. If you don’t cross at a zebra-crossing you risk (.6..)

#2. Yesterday I heard an awful scream and saw a car (..8.)

#3. Before the driver put on the brakes his car (.2..)

#4. The crowd of people gathered on the street. The driver must (.1..)

#5. The girl didn’t notice the red light and was lucky not (3…)

1) … have knocked down a girl.

2) ... had knocked down a girl already.

3) ... to have been knocked down by a car.

4) ... having knocked down by a girl.

5) ... being knocked down by a car.

6) ... be knocked down by a car.

7) ... knock down a girl.

8) ... has been knocked down by a car.

9) ... to have knocked down a girl.

10) ... seems to knock down a girl.

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

28.

#1. The student said that having written his course paper in Legal Studies he (..5.)

#2. The student has just finished writing his course paper in Legal Studies, he (.3..)

#3. When you see Jane tomorrow she will be reading the same academic journal (..10.)

#4. Kate appears (.7..)

#5. This course paper (..2.)

1) ...do not produce any impression on me.

2) ... seems to be the best of all I’ve read today.

3) ... is to discuss it with the teacher tomorrow.

4) ... that she had worked hard on her course paper.

5) ... was to discuss it with his professor in law the following day.

6) ... he shall start with translating the letter they got yesterday.

7) ... to have worked hard on her course paper she looks very pale.

8) ... that she had borrowed from the university library.

9) ... make sure that they will discuss it with the teacher tomorrow.

10) ... that she has borrowed from the university library.

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

29.

#1. She wouldn’t have been injured (.9..)

#2. Seeing that the bus was rather far from him Nick decided not to catch it because (.6..)

#3. After all the passengers got on the bus (.3..)

#4. I decided to go to the country by car right after (.8..)

#5. He may drive his car after (..1.)

1) ... he has received his driving license.

2) ... the driver will drive off.

3) ... the driver drove off.

4) ... he do not drive too fast.

5) … he will be able to receive his driving license.

6) ... the driver would drive off before he reached it.

7) ... he had not been driven too fast.

8) ... having received my driving license.

9) ... if she had been wearing a seat-belt.

10) ... if she had been worn a seat-belt.

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

30.

#1. What would you do if (.4..)

#2. Some people noticed him (…8)

#3. George wonders whether (..9.)

#4. When the fire brigade arrived (.6..).

#5. The parents were enjoying the film while (.1..).

1) ... their children were playing with the matches.

2) ... the whole building has been on fire.

3) ...to steal the car.

4) ... your car were stolen one day? .



5) ... their children had been playing with the matches.

6) ... the whole building had been on fire.

7) ... your car would be stolen one day?

8) ... stealing the car.

9) ... you have taken his bicycle without asking for his permission.

10) .... you took his car without asking.

Finish up the sentences by adding one of the fragments.

31.

#1. If he had been more attentive while driving (.2..)

#2. When Jack is silent too long his mother may suspect (.4..)

#3. After the little boy had kept silent for some time his mother suspected (.3..)

#4. The suspect was released (.9..)

#5. Having arrested someone suspected of committing a crime, the police decide (.10..)

1) ... he couldn’t have met any accident.

2) ... he wouldn’t have had any accident.

3) ... that he had done something wrong and wanted to hold back the information about it.

4) ... that he has done something wrong and wants to hold back the information about it.

5) ... they have evidence to make a formal charge.

6) .... after he will agree to surrender his passport and put up some money as security.

7) ... that he did something wrong and wanted to keep it in secret.

8) ... if they have had enough evidence to make a formal accusation.

9) .... after he had agreed to surrender his passport.

10) ... if they have enough evidence to make a formal accusation.


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