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By Peter Sunderland, Vince Michael

ISBN-10: 1405007621

ISBN-13: 9781405007627

This article is designed to revise and consolidate grammar issues on the point of CAE and talent assessments, and this version has been revised to incorporate skillability fabric within the structure of the 2002 examination. it's on hand without or with key.

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The thief was thought to still be in the house. 40 GRAMMAR 7 PASSIVE 2 • Past reference with two objects In this case there are two ways of making a passive sentence. Everyone knows the portrait was painted by an Italian. The portrait is known to have been painted by an Italian. • Continuous infinitive Past and present continuous infinitives are also used. Mary is thought to be living in Scotland. The driver is thought to have been doing a U-turn. Verbs with prepositions • Ending a sentence with a preposition It is possible to end a sentence with a preposition in a sentence where a prepositional verb is made passive.

The recentness may be indicated by just. We've missed the turning. I've just seen a ghost! Indefinite events, which happened at an unknown time in the past. No definite time is given. Jim has had three car accidents, (up to the present) Indefinite events which may have an obvious result in the present. I've twisted my ankle, (that's why I'm limping) With state verbs, a state which lasts up to the present. I've lived here for the past ten years. A habitual action in a period of time up to the present.

Put the verbs in brackets into a suitable passive verb form. NOTES FROM MANAGEMENT MEETING Tell staff: We'll try flexi-time for 3 months. After 3 months we'll get the opinions of all staff. We'll look at feedback comments and make a decision. We may try it for another month. 30. We hope you like the idea! FROM: The Managing Director TO: All staff (decide) to adopt a flexi-time system for a trial period of three months. After this period (2) (elapse) all members of staff (3) (consult) through their line manager, and feedback (4) Comments (5) decision (6) (7) trial period (8) employees (9) (seek).

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