A Proficiency Course in English (Grammar & reference) by F.V. Bywater

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4. He claimed damages (lose) the use of his right arm in that accident. 5. During his lifetime Shakespeare was well-known (be) a brilliant conversationalist. 6. She prides herself (be) really good drive^. 7. He counted (get)'home before his wife. 8. Does the death penalty really deter people (commit) murder? 9. He spent his time (hang) around street corners. 10. Some people shrink (do) what they know to be their duty. 11. Some people have a flair (make) a room look homely. 12. My friend was banned (drive)for three years.

7. He counted (get)'home before his wife. 8. Does the death penalty really deter people (commit) murder? 9. He spent his time (hang) around street corners. 10. Some people shrink (do) what they know to be their duty. 11. Some people have a flair (make) a room look homely. 12. My friend was banned (drive)for three years. 13. It looks like (be) fine for our picnic tomorrow. 14. She never envisaged (find) herself faced with such poverty. 15. Florence Nightingale had set her heart (become)a nurse and no-one was able to dissuade her {put]her ambition into practice.

To sting 17. toslim 18. topay 21. Explain the difference between sped and speeded up. 22. Explain the difference between hung and hanged. 23. Explain the difference between seek and look for. 24. Give the meaning in modern English of abide. 25. Give two examples of modern English in which wrought as the past tense of work is still used. 12: The constructions with basic verbs T-Z Take 1. I took him to be a student. (Object and infinitive construction. ) 2. He took to opera late in life. ) 3. He took up golf late in life.

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