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Exercise 12. Point out the Nominative Absolute Participial Construction. State what kind of adverbial modifier it expresses. Translate into Russian.
1. The weather being dark and piercing cold, he had no great temptation to loiter. (Dickens) 2. Out in the shadow of the Japa-| nese sunshade she [Irene] was sitting very still, the Jace on her! white shoulders stirring with the soft rise and fall of her bosom. (Galsworthy) 3. His tale told, he put his head back and laughed. (Stone) 4. She had put some order into the drawing-room by now, her housewifely instincts having got the better of her dismay, j (Maugham) 5. This being understood, the conference was over and' Lufkin got up to join his guests. (Snow) 6. The next morning, it] being Sunday, they all went to church. (Buck) 7. They went downj the stairs together, Aileen lingering behind a little... (Dreiser)) 8. For the moment the shop was empty, the mechanic having] disappeared into a room at the back. (Hansford Johnson) 9. She | paused listlessly, her head dropping upon her breast. (Crown) 10. No one having as yet expressed any such opinion, this was the more readily assented to. (Galsworthy) 11. Sir Henry was deep in his papers, his long, white, unringed hands moving nervously in rhythm with his thoughts. (Greene) 12. The constraint caused by Timothy's presence having worn off a little, conversation took a military turn. (Galsworthy) 13. This done, and Sikes having satisfied his appetite, the two men laid themselves down on chairs for a short nap. (Dickens) 14. She rose from the bed and removed her coat and stood motionless, her head bent, her hands clasped before her. (Faulkner) 15. There being nothing eatable within his reach, Oliver replied in the affirmative. (Dickens)
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