(The Apposition)
(TheApposition). ; , . :
This is Doctor Brown. - .
My elder brother Tom is a -
universitystudent. .

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London, the capital of Great - , ,
Britain, has a population of 9
about 9 million people. .
Jack London, a famous American - , -
writer, was born in 1876. , 1876 .

, , , , , . :
Ann, the daughter of the landlady, - , ,
helped us to pack. .
There I met Mr Silton, a film - -
producer. , .
The Glory, a British steamship, -
was to arrive on Monday morning. .

(The Adverbial Modifier)
, , - , (, , , ..), .
, , , , , , , , , , , . , , . , . , , ( ? ? ? ? ? ? ..). , , , , , .. :

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He found himself in a lonely - .
street.
The procession moved slowly -
towards the embankment. .
He will be here tomorrow. - .
2) :
The snow began to fall early inthe - .
morning.
Ill phone you on Sunday. - .
He seldom spoke with such -
frankness. .

, when while , . :
When out of the flame (=When the -
wire is out of the flame) it becomes ,
magnetic again. .
The worthy old lady took a fancy to - -
Rawdon Crawly when a boy.
, .

3) :
He moved steadily but slowly over - ,
the soft snow. .
He likes to sleep with the windows -
open. .
She was crying bitterly. - .
He arrived by taxi. - .
He walked very fast. - .
4) :
Its very romantic to take a walk by - -
the moonlight. .
I dont feel like going out in such -
weather.
.

5) :
I did my best to prevent her from - ,
making this mistake. .
To achieve success one should work - ,
hard.
.
6) :
The plane was detained because of - - -
the fog. .
She was shivering with cold. - .

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She sat still like a statue. - .
He was as ugly as a monkey. - , .

  • :

Almost all pupils behaved well. - .
Papers and TV vary greatly in - -
power of influence on people. .

  • :

He was clever enough to - ,
understand this. .
She was too tired to go for a walk. - , .

Whatever the reason, she should - ,
have come. .
Though tired, he agreed to - ,
accompany us.
.

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To look at her you wouldnt believe - , -
she was a famous actress. , .
He said he would do it if - ,
necessary.
.

  • :

He had no choice but to obey the -
order. , .

 

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