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Use Participle II instead of Participle I where possible 1. Having been wounded in the leg. he limped a little, t Being badly wounded, he recovered slowly. 3. The boy was wearing a cap similar to those being worn by other Jockeys at the stables. 4. The importance of the experiment being made is that it may lead to a discovery of great consequence. 5. Having arrived in a big sea port. I started to look for a Job. 6. By this time, having acclimated himself to the atmosphere of the new place, he no longer felt a stranger 7. Having slept two hours, I felt refreshed and rested. 8. Having bean once found on the beach, (he stone served now as a paper-weight and was one of the table’s decorations 9. Being sung by the voice of this unseen girl, the strain brought back to roe long forgotten memories. 10. Having completed all our preparations, we hired a cab and hurried off. It. Befog completed, the parts were transported to the assembly shop
23 feb 2014 05:23
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A couple of problems here... In English grammar, we don't use "participle I" or "participle II". That's a rule taken from a different language, and I think most native English speakers wouldn't have much idea of what you're talking about. We do use "present/past participle" to describe this. The other problem here is that both turn up in most of the sentences, so I don't know whether you're asking for our help or if you've already tried to rewrite the sentences. More information please. :) Also, please check your spelling. I see a number of typos.
23 febbraio 2014
Sheyri
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English, German, Russian
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English, German