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- Аутор Наташа Петровић
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I Circle the correct participle.
1 The police are examining the evidence collected / collecting during the investigation.
2 Some kids discovered the stolen money hiding / hidden in a garden shed.
3 The police on this motorway are very busy fining / fined people for speeding.
4 I've often met people collecting / collected shells on the beach.
5 The escaped prisoner hiding / hidden in a forest near Nottingham was seen yesterday in a village shop.
6 Drivers fining / fined for speeding risk losing their licences.
II Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first.
1 Nothing can make her happy. anything
There ______________ make her happy.
2 All my family snore and I find it most annoying. which
All my family snore _____________________________.
3 I could do any job as long as it has something to do with English. that
I could do any job _________________ something to do with English.
III Complete the sentences with (not) be / get used to, (not) used to.
1 When I started living in the forest I gradually _____ listening to the birds singin at dawn.
2 Travelling _____ be much slower and less comfortable in the old days.
3 We have never been to Africa before and I _____ walking in the hot and humid climate.
IV Use the words in brackets to rewrite the sentences.
1 It's possible that he isn't as clever as he looks. (may)
2 I advise you to take some antidepressants. (ought)
3 She is wearing her evening dress unnecessarily; formal clothes aren't required. (need)
4 Don't touch this bottle - there's poison in it. (must)
5 It is impossible for us to come to the meeting. (can)