IІI. Do the following assignments.
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Ex. 1. Point out all the objects and state of what type they are.
1. Tom gave up the brush with re1uctance in his face.
2. She will be glad of your company.
3. He presently took from the drawer a carefully tied bundle of letters...
4. Anthony looked forward eagerly to his mother's letters.
5. And then Peggotty opened a little door and showed me my bedroom.
6. You must forgive me for coming at such an hour.
7. I was awakened by hearing my own name spoken in a whisper.
8. Soames smiled a sneering smile and said, “I wish you a good luck!”
9. The old couple has lived a long and happy life.
Ex. 2. Change the place of the indirect object, where possible, making all other necessary changes.
1. I shall explain to you my viewpoint on the matter again some other time.
2. If he promised his help to you, you may be sure he’ll keep his word.
3. He can't have offered you such a strange proposition.
4. The other day Peter told me a finny story.
5. The commander gave instruction to the scouts.
Ex. 3. Analyze the complex object in the following sentences and translate them into Ukrainian.
1. He ordered his dinner to be served at 6.30 instead of 7 o'clock.
2 The manager asked for the newspaper to be brought in the morning.
3. If we could rely on him not to be late, we shouldn't be so nervous now, when there are only twenty minutes left before the train starts.
4. I can't believe myself to be the only person who could help them.
5. We won't have you go there alone in the rain.
6. She ordered the door to be locked.
7. The doctor advised the room to be aired.
8. The policeman ordered every corner in the house to be searched.
Ex. 4 .Consider the nouns, gerunds and infinitives used as objects to adjectives in the following sentences.
1. We were aware of strange activity going on around us.
2. Mr. Brown was indignant at his son’s having married Becky.
3. Why is he afraid to take the responsibility upon himself?
4. Persuading is always preferable to compelling.
5. The young inspector was proud of having resolved the mystery upon so little evidence. 6. Aren’t they tired of listening to his endless complaints?
7. She is certainly fond of art in all its manifestations.
8. His pictures are not only true to life, their chief merit lies in their concentrations on the typical.
The Secondary Parts of the Sentence
The Attribute. The Adverbial Modifier
I. Questions for discussion.
1. The attribute. Ways of expressing attributes.
2. The position of attributes in a sentence.
3. Detached and non-detached appositions.
4. The adverbial modifier. Ways of expressing adverbial modifiers.
5. Semantic classes of adverbial modifiers.
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