MEC3. LESSON 133. REVERSAL OF WORD ORDER. A reversal of word order may occur in a number of situations, including cases in which certain adverbs, adverbial expressions, and negative conjunctions are placed at the beginning of a sentence. Rewrite these sentences:.
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2. You should not miss one of your jiu jitsu practice. (on no account)
3. Paul only recognized Sarah a few minutes later.
Never in your life must you go to that bar.
On no account should you miss one of your jiu jitsu practice.
Only a few minutes later did Paul recognize Sarah.
SHOULD JOANNE QUIT
HAVE I SEEN
WILL HE BE ABLE TO
DO CCAA TEACHER LEAVE
PRESIDENT TO SIGN CONTRACT.
BOMB EXPLODES IN SHOPPING MALL AND KILLED 5.
DISCOVERY OF NEW PLANET SHOCKS.
means not to allow or accept that someone do something.
I won´t have Jack smoke/smoking in my bedroom.
means not to allow or accept that something be done.
I won´t have my house turned into a pigpen.
often suggests a degree of PERSUATION.
I finally got all my students to speak only English in class.
WILL HAVE BEEN WORKING
WILL BE WORKING
WILL BE HAVING
WILL HAVE BEEN SLEEPING
( ) could enjoy ( ) should enjoy
( ) could have enjoyed ( ) might enjoy
( ) could have eaten ( ) should eat
( ) might not eat ( ) shouldn’t have eaten
( ) mustn’t have ( ) can’t have
( ) shouldn’t have ( ) wouldn’t have
( ) must have ( ) can have
( ) could have ( ) should have
( ) should have ( ) could have
( ) must have ( ) can have
( ) could have killed ( )could kill
( )kill ( )ought to kill
( )might hurt ( )will have hurt
( )could hurt ( )might have hurt
( )could have quit ( )might have quit
( )should have quit ( )must have quit
( )must have forgotten ( )could forget
( )should have forgotten ( )must forget
b) In that-clauses, after verbs like suggest, insist, request, require, ask, order, demand, beg and other verbs of requesting, commanding, urging or recommending.
IF + SIMPLE PAST + WOULD
IF + PAST PERFECT + WOULD HAVE
WOULD BE POSTPONED
WOULD HAVE HELPED
He stopped smoking.
He doesn’t smoke anymore.
He stopped to smoke.
He stopped what she was doing in order to smoke.VERBS THAT THERE’S A CHANGE IN MEANING.
I can’t remember the fact that I gave you the keys.
I remember to call him.
I don’t forget to call him.TO REMEMBER
I’m feeling sorry and informing at the same time.
Sue regrets having lent him money.
Sue lent him some money earlier and now, she is sorry that she did it because he never paid her back.TO REGRET
Make an effort
You should try taking this pill. You will feel better.
to experimentTO TRY
TO FIX (=make an effort)
miss an episode.