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Grammatica 2 (kvd chapter 10-15, 24 – 31)

Total score of 72 points; 70% is a pass (50,4 score = 5.5

Question 1 (2 P)
1. felt + finite clause; because felt expresses mental perception
2. felt + NP + bare infinitive; because felt expresses physical perception

Question 2 (2P)
1. correct; made (laten) is followed by a bare infinitive
2. incorrect; had ….. check, after had (laten) you use the bare infinitive

Question 3 (9 P)
1. believed that Carly reacted; finite / that clause after believe. Only NP + to-infinitive if
to-infinitive is ‘to be’.
2. nowhere to be found; passive infinitive when meaning is passive
3. pretend to live; to-infinitive after the verb ‘pretend’
4. writing; after ‘advise’ ing-form (for: IO + to-infinitive)
5. correct
6. avoids walking; ing-form after ‘avoid’
7. forget to tell; to-infinitive after ‘forget’ when a later action is meant.
8. so clever as to; so + adjective + as + to-infinitive
9. is to read; bare infinitive after ‘to be’ only when the S contains ‘do’ (reading=general

Question 4 (3P)
1. might have got lost / could have got lost
2. should have listened
3. needn’t have borrowed

Question 5 (5P)
1. advice/suggestion
2. permission
3. possibility
4. habit/repeated action in the past
5. logical conclusion

Question 6 (14 P)
1. big ones, so they have
2. it is, she is, myself
3. that one, beside / next to you, mine
4. these are, it was, I thought so too
5. it, neither (has) / nor (does) my wife or doesn’t either
6. of theirs

Question 7 (2P)
1. correct; adv + past participle can precede the noun
2. incorrect; adv of more than one word + past participle must follow the noun
Question 8 (2P)
1. himself; reflexive use after prep. / refers to S.
2. her; also reflexive, personal pronoun after prep. of place

Question 9 (2P)
1. the two books; unstressed ‘beide’
2. both books; stressed ‘beide’

Question 10 (4P)
1. Which boys in your class play football?
2. What people live in this district?
3. Whose/which bike did they steal? Yours?
4. To whom did you the secret code?

Question 11 (2P)
1. anyone; meaning ‘no matter who’
2. everyone; individuals taken together

Question 12 (7P; you can only earn 1 P if you mention all the possibilities; 0,5 per
missing item)
1. that/which
2. who/that/-
3. who/that
4. which/that
5. which
6. Your taks, which is to seek out new civilizations and boldly go where no man has
gone before, will probably occupy the rest of your adult life.
7. Professor James, who is an expert in Victorian poetry, will be giving a lecture tonight.

Question 13 (1P)
The relative pronoun ‘that’ can be left out in sentence 1, because it isn’t the subject of the
subclause. Therefore it cannot be left out in sentence 2.

Question 14 (4P)
1. every
2. each/every
3. some
4. any – all

Question 15 (4P)
1a. correct
1b. incorrect; on no account must you open that door.

2a. incorrect; place before time

2b. correct

Question 16 (8P)
1. Which of the passengers doesn’t remember the wonderful view?
2. The pupils (who were) chewing gum were sent to the principal.
3. How nervously he always behaves!
4. The journalist was so wise as to not ask any difficult questions.