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Hornby 1 1 2A 2B 2C 2 2D 2E 3A 3 3B 4A 4B 4C 4 4D 4E 4F 5 5 6A 6B 6C 6 6D 6E 7A 7 7B 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 12A 12B 12 12C 13A 13 13B 14 14

Verb Patterns Sentence Patterns SP 2 S + be + subject complement/adjunct S + vi SP 1 S+ vi + (for) + adverbial adjunct S + vi + adverbial adjunct S+ vi + adjective /(pro)noun  SP  2 S + vi + present participle S+ vi + preposition + (pro)noun  SP 1 S + vi + (preposition (+ it)) + clause SP 1/ SP 3 S + vi + to ­infinitive SP 1 S + vi + to ­infinitive S + vi + to­infinitive S + seem/appear + (to be) + adjective/noun SP 2 S + seem/appear/happen/chance + to­infinitive S + be + to­infinitive S + an o malous finite + infinitive SP 1 S + vt + (pro)noun  S + vt + (pro)noun  S + vt + gerund S + vt + gerund S + need/want/bear + gerund SP 3 S + vt + (not) + to­infinitive S + have/ought + (not) + to­infinitive S + vt + interrogative pronoun/adverb + to­infinitive S + vt + that­clause S + vt + dependent clause/question S + vt + (pro)noun  + that­clause S + vt + (pro)noun (IO) + (pro)noun  (DO) SP 4 S + vt + (pro)noun  (IO) + (pro)noun  (DO) S + vt + (pro)noun  + (pro)noun  S + vt + (pro)noun (DO) + to + (pro)noun  SP 3 S + vt + (pro)noun (DO) + for + (pro)noun  S + vt + (pro)noun (DO) + preposition + (pro)noun 

Modal Sentences This is a book/where I work. The moon rose. We walked (for) five miles. Go away/Come in. She married young. They've gone dancing. You can rely on me. Have you decided (on) what to do next? We stopped to rest. He awoke to find the house on fire. He agreed to come at once. He seemed to be surprised at the news. She appears to have left already. At what tme am I to come? You needn't wait. Everyone likes her. She has green eyses. She enjoys palying tennis. He began talking about his family. He needs looking after. I forgot to post your letter. He often has to work overtime. I couldn't decide what to do next. Do you think (that) it will rain? Does anyone know how it happened? I convinced him that I was innocent. He doesn't owe me anything. Will you do me a favour? Ask him his name. He sold his car to his sister. She made a new dress for her daughter. I explained my difficulty to him.

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15A 15B 16A 16B 17 18A 18B 18C 19A 19B 19C 20 21 22 23 24A 24B 24C 25 15 16 17 18

SP 3 SP 3 (SP 5) SP 3

SP 5 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 vi vi DO IO S SP 4

SP 5

Verb Patterns S + vt + (pro)noun (DO) + adverbial phrase S + vt + (pro)noun  (DO) + adverbial particle S + vt + adverbial particle + (pro)noun  (DO) S + vt + (pro)noun  (DO) + to­infinitive S + vt + (pro)noun  (DO) + as/like/if + noun/clause S + vt + (pro)noun  + infinitive   S + vt + (pro)noun  + (not) + to­infinitive S + vt + (pro)noun  + infinitive   S + have+ (pro)noun  + infinitive S + vt + (pro)noun  + present participle S + vt + (pro)noun  + present participle S + vt + (pro)noun /possessive + ­ing form of the verb S + vt + (pro)noun  + interrogative + to­infinitive S + vt + (pro)noun  + dependent clause/question S + vt + (pro)noun  (DO) + adjective S + vt + (pro)noun  (DO) + noun S + vt + (pro)noun  (DO) + past participle S + have + (pro)noun  (DO) + past participle S + have/get + (pro)noun  (DO) + past participle S + vt + (pro)noun  (DO) + (to be) + adjective/noun. intransitive verb transitive verb Direct Object Indirect Object Subject

Modal Sentences Please put this book on my desk. Take your shoes off/Take off your shoses. He brought his brother to see me. Her parents spoilt her as a child. Do you want me to stay? I felt the house shake. Let me go! Have the visitors shown in, please. I can smell something burning They left me waiting outside. I can't imagine him/his saying that. Tell me what to do next. Tell me what your name is He painted the walls green. They named their son Richard. I want the work finished by Saturday. Do you have any money saved? Please have this letter translated. Do you consider him (to be) innocent?

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