By Robin Macpherson
“Advanced Written English” makes a speciality of subtle constructions attribute of English at a excessive idiomatic point, which reason recurrent difficulties for the complex beginners of English. The booklet is very urged to academics, translators, writers and reporters, in addition to scholars of philology, teacher-training schools and people getting ready for the certificates in complicated English and talent assessments.
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M anufactured. 13. 14. Becoming poor is not a punishment: punishment: it is simply life that is often cruel and 14. injustices. full of injustices. 15. Those that were brought up with such attitudes expect the state to provide 15. everything. everything. 75 6 . There were a number of factors that aggravated the situation. 6. 7. Everything began in the early 50s when the foundations for the EU were constructed. being constructed. 8 . The politicians that I have been discussing are all too typical of our country.
Microclimate. c. Hay-on-Wye is surrounded by hills, which gives rise to a special microclimate. microclimate. d. Hay-on-Wye is surrounded by hills, a circumstance that gives rise to a special microclimate. g. feature, feature, peculiarity peculiarity etc. (This structure is also discussed below, p. ) Again, 2b is preferable to 2a. Suggested Exercises (29): Suggested Exercises (28): Try to improve the following following sentences in the same way: 11.. Beyond the picturesque town of Penzance there is the westernmost point of Great Britain.
In the seventh century much of Tibet converted to Buddhism, which came from India. India. Now let us take the following sentence: 3a. *Napoleon was exiled to St Helena where he was to spend the rest of his life. Here we see that we can make a similar insertion: 3b. Napoleon was exiled to St Helena, a place where he was to spend the rest of his life. Again, the fact that such an insertion is possible shows that the relative clause is non-restrictive, and that a comma is therefore necessary in 3a: 3c.
Advanced Written English by Robin Macpherson