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Numer: 25244
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Dział: Języki obce

Structural conversion

STRUCTURAL CONVERSION

Poniższy materiał został przeze mnie skompilowany z myślą o swoich uczniach klas trzecich, przygotowujących się do matury pisemnej z języka angielskiego na poziomie rozszerzonym. Dla mnie ten materiał stanowi swoista powtórkę całego materiału gramatycznego oraz strukturalnego z poprzednich dwóch lat nauki i wykorzystywany jest przeze mnie w pierwszych dniach roku szkolnego w klasach trzecich. Ze względu na ilość zdań oraz zakres materiału objętego przez materiał na wykonanie oraz sprawdzenie wszystkich zdań potrzebne są dwie lekcje. W razie braku czasu można pewną część wykorzystać jako zadanie domowe. Sprawdzenie tej ilości zdań nie powinna zająć więcej niż jedną lekcję.
Jeśli chodzi o zakres materiału to sprawdzone są następujące zagadnienia gramatyczne:
• Comparison
• Concession
• Conditions and suppositions
• Commands, requestes and prohibitions
• Suggestions, advice and permission
• Likelihood, probability and possibility
• Obligation, necessity and determination
• Exclamations, wishes and preferences
• Purpose, causes and result
• Participial constructions
• Precaution
• Inversion
• Verb patterns
• Causative’have’
• Reported and direct speech
• The passive voice
• Personal/ impersonal structures in the passive
• Adjectives, determiners and adverbials
• Pseudo-cleft sentences
• Relative clauses
• Synonymous expressions
• Transitive and intransitive uses of verbs
• Countables and uncountables
Cały materiał składa się z transformacji zdań, które bez problemu pomagają nauczycielowi wyłapać wszelkie braki w wiedzy ucznia i pozwalają na zaplanowanie sobie powtórki materiału koniecznego do uzyskania przez uczniów zadowalających wyników na maturze pisemnej z języka angielskiego na poziomie rozszerzonym.

1. I think our educational system is better than yours.
I think our educational system is ...
2. As I grow older, I become more and more forgetful.
The ...
3. Most of all I want you to be healthy.
There is nothing I want ...
4. The beauty of the soul is more important than a beautiful body.
More important than a beautiful body is that ...
5. We’ve never visited this castle before.
It’s ...
6. They were boring, though well – educated.
Educated ...
7. Although he was brought up in Poland, he has a perfect English accent.
He may ...
I grant ...
8. Although he studies hard, he won’t pass the exam.
However ...
No ...
9. Although it seems incredible, my grandma is getting married again.
Incredible ...
10. In spite of all her money, she always wears old clothes.
Despite ...
11. In spite of his hard work, he hasn’t been promoted for five years.
For all ...
12. Even if it costs a lot, I want to buy it.
Even if ...
13. I’ll come to the reception if I don’t have to make a speech.
Provided ...
14. What would you choose if you were granted one wish?
Supposing ...
15. You can’t go to the cinema if you don’t clean your room first.
You can’t go to the cinema without ...
16. If there is a fire, break the glass.
In ...
17. If you hadn’t offered to lend me the money, I wouldn’t be able to buy the car.
But for ...
Had ...
18. He instructed me to use my influence on his behalf.
He requested that ...
19. I forbid you to use my bicycle.
You are...
20. What do you want me to do with this book?
What am ...
21. Could I have another cup of tea, please?
I don’t ...
I wonder ...
22. Close the door, please.
Would ...
You wouldn’t ...
Will you be ...
Perhaps you ...
23. Shall we buy some new books?
I suggest ...
How about ...
24. If I were you, I’d be more punctual.
I should ...
25. Don’t worry. She’s not worth it.
It’s not worth ...
She’s not ...
26. It may rain tonight.
There is ...
I daresay ...
It is ...
27. If he drives like that, he’s certain to have an accident.
He’s bound ...
28. It’s possible he was killed in an accident.
He ...
29. I couldn’t eat sweets because I had a toothache.
My toothache ...
30. He was able to swim across the river twice yesterday.
He ...
31. His parent’s intention was that Peter should become a doctor.
His parents ...
32. We had to wait for the doctor for two hours.
The doctor kept ...
33. It was not necessary for me to hurry and, thank God, I didn’t.
I ...
34. It was not necessary for me to hurry, even though I did.
I ...
35. I’d have liked to be there last week.
I wish ...
36. Mary wishes she had revised more for the exam.
Mary would ...
37. I got up early because I didn’t want to be late for the train.
I got up early so ...
I got up early to ...
38. I’ll leave some money so that you can buy some fruit.
I’ll leave some money for ...
39. Because it was raining, we stayed at home.
As ...
Since ...
The reason ...
40. Because we didn’t know our way around London, we often got lost.
Not ...
41. As I hadn’t learned Chinese, I couldn’t understand what the people were saying.
Not ...
42. I seldom told my wife that I loved her.
Seldom ...
43. The student passed the exam only after weeks of hard work.
Only after weeks of hard work ...
44. Visitors are not allowed to feed the animals.
On no account ...
45. My stage fright was such that I couldn’t say a word.
Such ...
46. I’ve never been so happy.
Never ...
47. A long period of peace and prosperity dreamt about for years followed.
There ...
48. If you should meet Mary, give her my love.
Should ...
49. He drove so fast that I couldn’t keep up with him.
So ...
50. One rarely sees such a beautiful view.
Rarely ...
51. We mustn’t show in any way how worried we are.
In ...
52. A beautiful tall woman with dark wavy hair and big blue eyes entered.
There ...
53. I had no idea as I entered my flat what a surprise was in store for me.
Little ...
54. She was a widow when she died.
She died ...
55. His last book turns out to be a fascinating reading.
His last book makes ...
56. You stay up too late at night. I can’t allow it.
I can’t have ...
57. You swear in front of the kids. I won’t tolerate it.
I won’t have ...
58. Someone has broken into Betty’s new flat.
Betty ...
59. It’s time I went to bed.
It’s time for ...
60. He’s at the optician’s. They are testing his eyes.
He ...
61. All my friends think that I’m very funny.
I ...
62. There’s so much poverty in the world. I consider it a scandal.
I consider it ...
63. Some people eat cottage cheese with jam.
I think it ...
64. It’s said that he’s writing a biography now.
He ...
65. A dragon is said to have lived in the Wawel Hill cave.
It ...
66. I don’t like it when they talk about me.
I don’t like...
67. My sister enjoys the family making a fuss of her.
My sister enjoys ...
68. Visitors are forbidden to feed the animals
Animals are ...
69. Visitors are not to touch the exhibits.
Visitors are ...
Exhibits must ...
70. We are silly to make such mistakes.
How ...
71. I want nothing else but a good book.
All ...
72. This coffee has an extremely unpleasant taste.
This coffee tastes ...
73. When I touched the iron, I got an electric shock.
On ...
74. I caught flu just after I had recovered from measles
No sooner ...
Hardly ...
75. There were no trees anywhere in sight.
Nowhere ...
76. I carried out my duties as best I could.
I carried out my duties to ...
77. The telephone doesn’t work.
The telephone is out ...
78. We must consider the problem carefully.
Careful ...
79. I’m very pleased to welcome Prof. Smith to our reception.
It gives ...
80. Nobody doubts that he’s innocent.
Nobody doubts ...
81. There were eight people ahead of John in the queue to buy the tickets.
John was ...
82. Both of my brother are bachelors.
Neither ...
83. Reports say that four people died in the fire.
According ...
84. It’s pointless asking him for help.
There ...
85. I can’t wait to go on holiday.
I’m looking ...
86. It wasn’t easy to persuade her to come.
There was some ...
87. In this case the cost is unimportant.
In this case the cost is of...
88. I didn’t realise how much he was influenced by his mother-in-law.
I didn’t realise the extent ...
89. You use a saw to cut wood.
A saw is ...
90. They arrived too late to get a good seat.
They didn’t ...
91. It usually takes me four hours to do my homework.
I usually spend ...
I usually take ...
92. The journey will take two days.
It ...
93. It’s a fifty-minute drive from here to the zoo.
It ...
94. I thought it was my dog.
I mistook ...
95. I heard some very unpleasant news.
The news ...
96. Not much information about the war was given in the news.
Very ...
97. Tell me the weight of all your luggage.
Tell me how much all your luggage ...
98. The chair broke under his weight.
His weight ...
99. He fired the gun, breaking the silence of the night.
The gun ...
100. After twenty years in prison at last he was free.
After twenty years in prison at last he was at ...
101. It’s such a pity you can’t come along.
If only ...
102. It was more of a comedy than a thriller.
It wasn’t so ...
103. Many students were severely critical of the proposals for new entrance requirements
There was ...
104. He can wait like everyone else, whoever he is.
No ...

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