La grammaire anglaise niveau B2 (intermédiaire)
Exercice 1 :
Identifier la nature des verbes soulignés.
- The two teams agreed that they would abide by the referee's decision.
- How can you account for this discrepancy in the accounts?
- What the evidence provided by the defence adds up to, your Honour, is that my client cannot have committed this heinous crime.
- Stop acting up like a spoiled child, will you?
- He foolishly let his 6-year-old daughter to attend to her baby brother.
- The army and the post-office regurlarly auction off their used vehicles.
- After studying our evidence, your Honour, anyone in their right mind will expect the prosecution to back down.
- I totally blacked out when the car hit the tree.
- When I heard the ridiculous accusation, I blew right up.
- What scientists cannot really prove beyond doubt is that man's activity has brought about what they call global warming.
- Bring him back home.
- OK, I'll check up with Fred.
- The suspect clammed up and refused to say a word.
- The government is going to clamp down on violent video games.
- You better tell Dad the truth, for I won't cover up for you this time.
- They were crammed into the cars of a freight train.
- Driving a nail into a piece of hard wood is not as easy as it may seem.
- And then our tent finally fell down and we had to find shelter from the driving rain.
- When they saw the policeman, they made for the back door.
- This project will have to be put off till we find the way to finance it.
Exercice 2 :
Traduisez les énoncés de l'exercice 1.
cours à distance de mathématique et d’anglais. Nous vous conseillons d'aller également voir la fiche sur la traduction des verbes pronominaux français.