(Parentheses)
(), - , . , . . :
The day was rather rainy, but - ,
fortunately
it was not cold. , , .
To tell you the truth, I dont want to - , -
go there myself. .
It isnt quite correct, strictly - ,
speaking.
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Unfortunately, our train was late. - , .
Maybe she is ill. - , .
Of course I understand everything. - , .

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To cut a long story short, our team - ,
won the match. .
To tell you the truth, I didnt like - ,
her at first. .

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Frankly speaking, I dont like the - ,
book. .
Generally speaking, youre right. - -, .

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Jane will stay to lunch with us, - -
I expect. , .
He speaks English pretty well, I must - - -
say. , .
One autumn morning I was with my - -
mother in the yard, when Mr Murd- , -
stone I knew him by that name now -
came by, on horseback. .

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Heres a letter for you, dear. - , .
Oh, how brave you are, Tom! - , , !
Come here, Jane! - , !
Now, Joe, the fowls. - , , .

(Elliptical Sentences)
. . , , , :
) :
I sat near the window, he near the - , - .
door.
) :
Iranafterhim, he over the wall. - , - .
) :
Playing, children? (=Are you - , ?
playing, children?)
Playing children -

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1) , , :
How are you? Quite well, thanks. - ()? - , .
What time is it? Six (oclock). - ? ().
Wherere you going? Tothe - Ky ? - .
stadium.

2) (I, we it) -, ; :
(Im) Very glad to meet you. - () .
(Im) Awfully glad to see you - () .
again.
(Im) Sorry I cant come today. - () , .
(Im) Much obliged to you. - () .
(Im) Pleased to meet you. - () .
(Its) Awfully kind of you to - () ,
come. .
(Its) Very nice of you. - () ( ).
(Are you) Ready to go? - () ()? .
(Are you) Tired? No. - () ? .

3) ( ) - to have (Present Perfect) to be (Present Continuous):
(Have you) Beenherelong? - () ? , 2 .
Yes, 2 hours already.
(Are you) Going home? Not - ( ) ? .
yet.
(Are) You actually leaving - () ?
tomorrow?
(Are you) Coming, Mary? - () , ?

4) - you would do:
(Would you) MindifIcome - () , ?
along with you?
(Would you) Mind if I join you? - () ,
?
(Would you) Mind if he helps - () , ?
you?
(Doyou) See what I mean? - () , ?
(Doyou) Feel better? - () ?
(Do you) Feel a bit tired? - () ?

5) , , :
Is that clear? Quite. - ? - .
Are you tired? Abit, yes. - ? , .
Coming with us? Id love to. - ? - .
Did you like the book? Very - ? - .
much.
n you speak English? - -?
- A little. - .

6) I :
(I will) See you tomorrow. - .
(I) Hope I didnt disturb you. - () , ?

7) it ( it) it -:
(Its) No use asking him about it. - .
(Its) Ten oclock and no sign of - , .
him.
(It) Seems to me, boys, you are - , , .
all wrong.

8) , (, -). :
How about an icecream? - ?
Wha tabout awalk? - ?
More coffee?- ?
Tea for you, Jane? - , ? - ,
No more,Joe..
Another cup, Pete? No,thanks.- , ? - , .
An apple?- ?

 

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