A Workbook to Communicative Grammar of English by Edward Woods, Rudy Coppieters

By Edward Woods, Rudy Coppieters

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An exclamatory question is a yes-no question spoken with an emphatic falling tone. It often has a negative form. • A rhetorical question is more like a forceful statement and can have a positive or negative form. There are also rhetorical wh-questions. Task one ** Intensify the emotive force of the underlined parts by adding one of the phrases below. Use each of these phrases only once, some of them being interchangeable. a bit a fig a thing a wink at all by any means ever in heaven’s name on earth whatever 1.

3a. What a strange way of dealing with young children. b. I thought it a rather strange way of dealing with young children. 4a. I’m looking forward to participating in this new venture. b. I’m very eager to participate in this new venture. 5a. I was hoping we could discuss some of the remaining problems. b. I hope to discuss some of the remaining problems with you. 6a. How unfortunate that so few people turned up in the end. b. Unfortunately, not many people turned up in the end. 7a. The food on board the plane wasn’t too bad, was it?

Paul was disappointed j. of their outrageous behaviour at the party. 11. Aunt Rebecca was anxious k. that so many people had cast their votes. 12. The twins were ashamed l. to meet again after so many years. Task two ** Rewrite the following sentences, using sentence adverbials corresponding to the underlined adjectives and verbs. Example: It is surprising that nobody complained about what had happened. ⇒ Surprisingly, nobody complained about what had happened. 1. It was amazing that most passengers of the crashed airliner escaped unhurt.

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