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ASSIGNMENT 1. Present Indefinite Pas-sive.

ASSIGNMENT 2. Past Indefinite Pas-sive.

ASSIGNMENT 3. Future Indefinite Pas-sive.

ASSIGNMENT 4. Sequence of Tenses.

ASSIGNMENT 5. Present Continuous Pas-sive.

ASSIGNMENT 6. Past Continuous Pas-sive.

ASSIGNMENT 7. Present Perfect Passive.

ASSIGNMENT 8. Past Perfect Pas-sive.

ASSIGNMENT 9. Participle I.

ASSIGNMENT 10. Participle II.

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ASSIGNMENT 1

Present Indefinite Passive

The Present Indefinite Tense is used to denote permanent actions and states and repeat actions.

Mind the formation of Present Indefinite Passive:

I am asked we (you, they) are asked

He (she, it) is asked

Put the verb in brackets into the Present Indefinite Passive Voice:

1. This room (use) only on special occasions.

2. Trees (plant) every year.

3. The child (leave) by his parents at home.

4. English (speak) in many countries.

5. This problem (solve) by her.

6. These toys (make) in Japan.

7. The letter (write) by him every month.

8. Pupils (teach) at school by the teachers.

9. The texts (translate) by us.

10. Many houses (build) every year.

Expand the following statements using the given adverbs in their proper position:

Model: The books are read by them. (often). The books are often read by them.

1. He is spoken about. (much)

2. The work is finished in time. (always)

3. English books are read by her. (sometimes)

4. Many new houses are built. (regularly)

5. He is asked at the lesson. (usually)

6. The child is left alone at home. (often)

7. The dictation is written by the students. (regularly)

8. Rules are broken by children. (sometimes)

9. They are invited by their friends. (often)

10. You are given presents. (always)


Rewrite these sentences using the Passive Voice:

Model: The boy eats the cake. The cake is eaten by the boy.

1. They speak English and French in Canada.

2. She reads French books every day.

3. Mr. Smith teaches the class.

4. The students read this book.

5. The secretary looks through all the letters.

6. He sends the letter.

7. She often calls Ann up.

8. He often tells this story.

9. They write a letter every week.

10. They speak about this film.

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ASSIGNMENT 8

Past Perfect Passive

The Past Perfect Passive denotes an action completed by a certain time in the past or before another action in the past.

Mind the formation of Past Perfect Passive:

I

You

He had been

She shown

It

We

They

Put the verb in brackets into the Past Perfect Passive:

1. When I came into the cinema a new film (show). I was sorry that I (not tell) about the show before and was late for the beginning as the end impressing me greatly.

2. We (discuss) the problem already when you came.

3. Articles (translate) by the end of the day.

4. The table (lay) by 8 p.m.

5. The test (write) before the bell rang.

6. I (stay) at the hotel for a fortnight when I received your letter.

7. She said she (see) him since she left London.

8. He quickly forgot everything he (learn) at school.

9. She (close) already the book when I came back into the room.

10. We (walk) several miles before we saw a house.


Rewrite these sentences using the Passive Voice:

1. He had already learnt that when he wanted anything it was better to ask his mother first.

2. George made no answer and we found that he had been asleep for some time.

3. We knew that as a girl she had lived in the country.

4. Denny had fallen ill and Andrew was working for him.

5. I met Strickland before I had been a fortnight in Paris.

6. Hardly had she sat down when a very stout gentleman flopped into the chair opposite hers.

7. Talking to him was very easy just like talking to someone you had known all your life.

8. It had long been physically impossible for switching to start his fist came down on the table.

9. Paying for what he not eaten he left the cafe.

10. The occasion was not nearly as bad as I had feared.

Translate from Russia into English, using Past Perfect Pas-sive:

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Make the following statements negative and interrogative. Translate into Russian:

1. My mums room had been cleaned by 10 oclock

2. His resume had been written carefully before bringing it to me.

3. The vegetables did not taste very good. They had been cooked for too long.

4. The car was three years old but it had been very seldom.

5. The room looked nice. It had been cleaned.

6. The concert had been post pined by them.

7. A new hospital had been built near the airport by the end of the year.

8. Her work had been finished by that time yesterday.

9. The text had been translated by the students before the bell gone.

10. All the necessary material had been found by Saturday.


ASSIGNMENT 9

Participle I

Present Participle(-ing)endings

You form the present participle of most verbs by adding -ing

e.g. go-going; visit-visiting

You add-adding to verbs ending in -e:

e.g. make-making; have-having

You double the final consonant of verbs of one syllable ending in a vowel and a consonant and add - ing:

e.g. get-getting

shop-shopping

You add-ing to verbs ending in a vowel and -y or -w

e.g. draw-drawing; play-playing

You do not use these verbs in the continuous form:

to believe to love

to feel to see

to hate to smell

to hear to sound

to know to taste

to like to think

to understand to want

Give all possible forms of Participle I of the following verbs:

to come to ring

to cover to think

to read to sleep

to write to go

to look to laugh

to wait to give


Use the appropriate form of the First Participle of the verbs brackets:

1. (to look) out of the window she saw there was a man working in the garden.

2. That night (to go) up to his room, Shelton thought of his unpleasant duty.

3. The carriage was almost full, and (to put) his bag up in the rack. He was the last to leave the office.

4. (to do) all that was required he was the last to leave the office.

5. (to return) home in the afternoon, she became conscious of her mis-take.

6. He could not join his friends (to be) still busy in the laboratory.

7. (to finish) his work, he seemed more pleased than usual.

8. I spent about ten minutes (to turn) over sixteen pages of The Times before I found the chief news and articles.

9. (to return) from the expedition he wrote a book about Central Afri-ca.

10. (to inform) of their arrival the day before he was betters prepared to meet them than anyone of us.

Translate the sentences into English, using the First Partici-ple:

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State the functions of Participle I translate the sentences into Russian:

1. Hoping Christine would come soon he returned his, attention to Flora and the morning mail.

2. He handed the message to her who read it, leaning towards a light beside her.

3. He began to stammer, gazing at her troubled eyes.

4. Mr. Parker stood, looking up and down.

5. Relocking the door, he glanced at the envelope.

6. Louise straightened her handbag, searching for her pencil.

7. They left the shining horses.

8. Daisy took, her face in her hands as if feel ling its lovely shape.

9. Putting down the receiver, Fleur took up the time-table.

10. Two little boys curtsying, toy airplanes stopped dead, examining her dark eye lashes resting on her cream-colored cheeks.

Join each of the following pairs of sentences using construc-tions with Participle I:

Model: He walked into the centre of the great empty drawing-room,

he stood still

. Walking into the centre of the great empty drawing room, he

stood still.

1. He dropped on his knees; he tried to get nearer that soft troubled face.

2. He walked quickly; he replaced the board, the rug, the furniture.

3. Mr. Carey took the paper with him, he retired to his study.

4. Millie hesitated; she searched for the right words for what was in her mind.

5. He turned away, he strode through the hospital.

6. When Stephen thought, about these things he made himself ill.

7. The light from the shaded piano-candle fell on her neck, it left her face rather in shadow.

8. She lifted the telephone, she answered, Yes?

9. I paused; I did not quite know to express myself.

10. She flushed darkly and turned its back to John.

ASSIGNMENT 10

Participle II (Past Participle)


All regular and some irregular verbs have past Participle which are the same as their past simple form.

Give all possible forms of Participle II of the following verbs:

to build to teach

to see to feel

to meet to have

to know to begin

to take to put

State the function of Participle II. Translate the sentences in-to Russian.

1. The answer to this question was unexpected.

2. You didnt look so interested.

3. He replaced used ash-trays on the table with fresh and refilled Do-dos coffee cup, then the others.

4. She always became impatient when asked to define a word of whose definition she was not sure.

5. She had no photographs of herself taken since her marriage.

6. Presently he came to a standstill with his hands deep plunged into his pockets.

7. He entered, puzzled but interested.

8. There was stillness in the smack intimate dining-room, broken only by the subdued ticking of a Dutch clock upon the wall.

9. Puzzled by the dim light, Sanders turned his attention to the inshore areas.

10. You could have passed me by unnoticed.

Translate from Russian into English.

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Replace the attributive clauses by phrases with Participle II.

1. Alan who was greatly surprised, answered, Thats right.

2. She who was astonished stared at Peter, then looked the other way.

3. He looked back at the large car that was parked at the road side, al-ready ten yards away.

4. One of their drivers who was brought by Gordini came over to one.

5. One day she found a letter which was slipped under the door.

6. An hour and a half ago they had a late dinner here which was deliv-ered from a service, restaurant on the apartment blocks main floor.

7. John had enormous black eyes which were framed in velvety lashes and eyebrows.

8. Jane who was greatly surprised to see her son here looked up.

9. Eliza who was excited by his words moved along the street.

10. Arthur had brought two widely excited friends who were called Tom and Nigger, for Barney and me.


Point out the Second Participle and state its functions in the sentence:

1. His name was well-known among the younger writers of France.

2. The door opened. A little frightened girl stood in the light that fell from the passage.

3. The child kept silent and looked frightened.

4. He lived in a little village situated at the foot of a hill.

5. He fell asleep exhausted by his journey.

6. Seen from the Vorobyev Hills the city looks magnificent, and espe-cially at night in the electric light.

7. She entered the drawing-room accompanied by her husband and her father.

8. Presently I grew tired and went to bed.

9. She sat for a while with her eyes shut.

10. Locked in her room, she flung herself on the bed and cried bitterly.


1. His name was well-known among the younger writers of France.

2. The door opened. A little frightened girl stood in the light that fell from the passage.

3. The child kept silent and looked frightened.

4. He lived in a little village situated at the foot of a hill.

5. He fell asleep exhausted by his journey.

6. Seen from the Vorobyev Hills the city looks magnificent, and espe-cially at night in the electric light.

7. She entered the drawing-room accompanied by her husband and her father.

8. Presently I grew tired and went to bed.

9. She sat for a while with her eyes shut.

10. Locked in her room, she flung herself on the bed and cried bitterly.


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