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Exercise 2. State the form and the function of Participle I. Translate into Russian.




1. Having traversed seven hundred miles he was now travelling toward the border of the United States. (Horgan) 2. There was a tiny smile playing about the corners of his mouth. (Stone) 3. He bad a beautiful old house in Queen Anne Street, and being a man of taste he had furnished it admirably. (Maugham) 4. Dona Carlotta covered her face with her hand, as if swooning. (Lawrence) 5. Turning in anger, she gave John a shove, spilling his tea. (Lindsay) 6. To Maggie, the new protective gentleness of her son was sweet, and also very frightening. (Lessing) 7. Judging him by his figure and his movements, he was still young. (Collins) 8. Placing his drink upon the mantlepiece the ex-convict stood for a moment observing the young man out of the corner of his eye. (Cronin) 9. Being very tired with his walk however, he soon fell asleep and forgot his" troubles. (Dickens) 10. He [Lincoln] raised his eyes, looked at her as though peering over the top of spectacles. (Stone) 11. There were four girls sitting on the wooden benches of the agency's front room. (/. Shaw)12. Having shaken hands with them, he brought his own hands together with a sharp slap. (Priestley) 13. Manuel went in, carrying his suitcase. (Hemingway) 14. While pondering this problem, I sat in the dormitory window-seat. (Ch. Bronte) 15". I am going to Rome, having friends there. (Dickens) 16. There was sunlight coming in through the shutters. (Hemingway) 17. Abraham appeared at noon the next day, bringing with him two hundred dollars in cash. (Stone) 18. Much of the afternoon I looked out of the window, as though thinking, but not really thinking. (Snow) 19. He was thoughtful for a moment while leaning perilously close to the fire. (Stone) 20. Cecilia had heard very little being absorbed in her own reflections. (Crawford)21. Having breakfasted, out I went. (Ch. Bronte) 22. He looked at his father listening with a kind of painful desperation. (Cronin) 23. She recrossed her legs comfortably, as though preparing for a long session on the sofa. (/. Shaw)24. Never having encouraged friends to drop in spontaneously, she was almost totally alone. (Stone) 25. A cold wind swept the pavement, bearing a scrap of silver paper from a chocolate box across the lamplight. (Greene)

 

 




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