Opciones:
• English
• Català
• Ocultar
 
Secciones generales:
• Foro
• Tests
 
Gramática inglesa para principiantes: • Índice
 
Gramática inglesa de nivel medio: • Índice
 
English Grammar Step by Step: • Contents
• Notes
 
Otros servicios:
 


Polseguera

Gramática inglesa de nivel avanzado paso a paso (English Grammar Step by Step)

 

     UNIT 29 - The key
     INVERSION

1 a Seldom have we fished so much here b In no way are they responsible for what occurred last night c On no account should you take these pills when you drink alcohol d Not once did she offer us her help e Not until I saw her weeping did I become aware of what was going on

2 a Only when he bought her some flowers did she agree to go out with him b Little did we realise the dangers that were awaiting us c So tired was he that he slept for fourteen hours d Such was my delight that I bought everybody a drink e To such an extent do I love him that I would even give my life for him

3 a Not only do they supply us with food, but also with drinks b No sooner had we eaten it than we had a terrible stomach-ache c Hardly had I gone to bed when the telephone rang d Not only did she take him to the zoo, but to the cinema as well e No sooner does the day break than the cock crows

4 a Should you need a good make-up remover, please let me know b Were I to win the first price in the national lottery, I would no longer work c Had you not flooded the engine, it would have started at once d Should my parents need me, I will/shall never let them down e Were I in your place, I would try to be more assertive

5 a Off went my brother without saying a word b Off he went without saying a word c Along the corridor were her toys d On a hill stands the castle e Now is your change to speak out

6 a In no way should you consider him as your worst enemy b On no account must you upsept your parents c Across the bridge live Mr and Mrs Adam d So scared was I that I could not even scream e In front of us was the horrific view of the massacre f Behind those mountains lies the canyon g Only then did he become aware of the dangers of the jungle h Scarcely had she begun to study when her boyfriend rang the bell i No way will I go trekking with him j Such was my terror that I couldn’t move k No sooner had I switched the dishwasher than it broke down l No sooner had he seen her than he fell in love with her m Had we known that you were interested in buying the block of flats, we would have sold it to you n Down the road went your mother o Down the road she went p Only in hot countries is this disease common q Never again will you have such an opportunity r Not only did we write to her many times, but telephone her twice, too s No sooner had he learnt about his mother’s incurable disease than he cried his eyes out t Not only have we put aside some money, but also have stocked up with a lot of groceries from the shop next door u Neither did I use suntan lotion v Up flew the wood pigeon w Should you increase our wages, we will work overtime x Hardly had she taken everything out of the picnic basket when it began to rain y Were you to buy a new car, which of these would you choose? z Such was my humiliation that I did not know what to do

Author: Miquel Molina i Diez
Pages: 1 and the key

Tal vez le interese recibir un archivo pdf con las unidades de esta sección para que pueda estudiar siempre que quiera. En este caso, se lo podemos mandar por correo electrónico a cambio de una contribución de 25 euros.

 

   Contents

   Introduction

   Notes

1  Negative and interrogative sentences (Page 2 and the key)

2  Short answers (Page 2 and the key)

3  Question tags (Page 2 and the key)

4  Questions and exclamations (Page 2 and the key)

5  So, neither, nor, either (the key)

6  Be, used to, would, be/get/become used to, dare, have, get, become, grow, go, turn, fall and feel (Page 2 and the key)

7  Verb tenses: forms (Page 2 and the key)

8  Irregular verbs

9  Verb tenses: uses (Page 2, Page 3, Page 4, Page 5 and the key)

10 Personal pronouns, possessives and reflexive pronouns (Page 2 and the key)

11 The genitive case (the key)

12 Singular and plural nouns (Page 2 and the key)

13 Gender (the key)

14 A, an, some, any, no, not, none, each, every and the; compounds of some, any, no and every (Page 2, Page 3 and the key)

15 Neither, not...either, none, not...any, both and all (the key)

16 A few, few, a lot, lots, a little, little, many, much, no and plenty (the key)

17 Enough, too, so and such (the key)

18 Comparative and superlative sentences (Page 2 and the key)

19 Adjective order (the key)

20 Relative clauses (Page 2 and the key)

21 Do and make (the key)

22 Modal verbs (Page 2, Page 3 and the key)

23 Infinitives, gerunds and present participles (Page 2 and the key)

24 Conditional sentences (Page 2 and the key)

25 Passive sentences (the key)

26 Reported speech (Page 2 and the key)

27 Purpose (the key)

28 Word order (the key)

29 Inversion (the key)

30 Connectors (Page 2 and the key)

31 Prepositions (Page 2, Page 3 and the key)

32 Phrasal verbs (the key)

© Todos los derechos reservados     www.polseguera.org   (Polseguera)     info@polseguera.org