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UNIT 58. PARTICIPLE CLAUSES WITH ADVERBIAL MEANING (1)
Transcript of UNIT 58. PARTICIPLE CLAUSES WITH ADVERBIAL MEANING (1)
Present participle clauses
The role in a clause
Clauses like this often give information about the ...
Types of participle clauses
in participle clauses
is usually the
in a participle clauses
It usually comes before participle.
to Siberia in her early years, Joanna has started her school there.
the top of mountain, the alpinists saw the sun shine.
...of the events described.
Getting into classroom, he sent up Anar.
who is he?
Having gotten high grades, he deserved Summer School in UK.
Having been hunted close to extinction, the rhino is once again common in the area.
Having been opened....,....
Talking with Thomas, I was aware of this is not the Thomas I need.
Sometimes, the implied Subject is not referred to in the main clause.
Having wanted to drive a train all his life, this was an opportunity not to be missed.
We avoid different subjects for the participle and main clauses
Speech and Writing
However, it can follow the participle, depending on the part of the sentences affected by
to go to jail, he summed up the evidence.
deserving to go to jail, he behaved confidently in the court.