Ex. 2. Find Participles I. Characteristics of which parts of speech do they posses? Translate the sentences into Russian.
1. Νε looked at the cat sitting bravely in his place. 2. Seeing the body she shuddered. 3. He opened the door, and seeing that the boy stood motionless, staring before him, pushed him across the threshold. 4. The lad sitting on the log seemed quite happy. 5. His smiling face cheered me up a little. 6. Looking over the wall he saw a wonderful garden stretching down to the river. 7. Coming up to me he smiled and held out his hand. 8. She sat by the window looking at the people walking up and down the street. 8. The swans flying so low in the sky made a magnificent sight. 10. Being a bit of a coward he did not dare to pass by the barking dog.
Ex. 3. Find Participles I and define their forms. Translate the sentences into Russian.
1. Driving home he felt happy. 2. Having completed his inspection he left. 3. He was extremely tired, having been waked up too early. 4. Breathing in the cold clean air I looked at the cloud shadow chasing across the miles of green fields. 5. Having thus added another victory to his list of triumphs, Caesar returned to Rome. 6. Having completed his task, he could have a few spare minutes now. 7. Being driven home he fell fast asleep. 8. Then there was heard the crack of the window being broken. 9. He heard hurrying footsteps, and, turning round, saw Desert behind him.
Ex. 4. Translate the sentences into Russian.
1. Everybody looked at the dancing girl. 2. The little plump woman standing at the window is my grandmother. 3. The man playing the piano is Kate's uncle. 4. Entering the room, she turned on the light. 5. Coming to the theatre, she saw that the performance had already begun. 6. Looking out of the window, he saw his mother watering the flowers. 7. Hearing the sounds of music we stopped talking 8. She went into the room, leaving the door open.
Ex. 5. Find Participles I in the form of passive voice. Translate the sentences into Russian.
1. Having read the letter, she rushed out of the room. 2. Being reminded of his promise, he flushed. 3. Not being seen through the door he thought himself out of danger. 4. Having been asked to stay a little longer they refused point blank. 5. There was the metallic click of weapon being cocked. 6. Not being allowed to play with the children, he took to reading. 7. At the sound of the door being opened, she looked up. 8. Now, being put in a similar position, he did not hesitate. The boat was not seen now, having been enveloped in the darkness. 10. Being stopped by the guard, he did not make the slightest attempt to run away. Having been given that lesson he never again attempted to cross their path.