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Упражнения с In order to/ so as to

Упражнения с In order to/so as to
Соедините предложения подходящие по смыслу In order + to инфинитив or so as + to-инфинитив. (A)

   1 Trees were planted along the street. 
   2 We crept up the stairs. 
   3 I swept the broken glass off the path.

 
1 Trees were planted along the street.
2 We crept up the stairs.
3 I swept the broken glass off the path.
4 We wrote Katie's name on the calendar.
5 I didn't say anything about Colin's red nose.
6 He bought a truck.
7 She left the party quietly.

a I didn't want to embarrass him.
b She didn't want to have to say goodbye.
c This- was done to- reduce traffic-noise.
d I wanted to prevent an accident.
e We didn't want to wake Suzanne.
f He did this to carry out his business.
g We didn't want to forget her birthday.

Example: 1 + c Trees were planted, along the street In order to reduce traffic noise, (or .. .so As to reduce...)
 
2 Look again at the sentences you wrote in .1. Is it also possible to use only a to-infinitive, without in order or so as? Put ✓'or X. (A)
Example: 1 Trees were planted along the street in order to reduce traffic noise. ✓
 
.3 Choose one of these items to complete these sentences. Decide which of the underlined parts of the item is correct. If both are possible, write them both. (B)
he can/could contact me , he is / will be ready to take over the job, he can/could film his holiday we can/could hear the doorbell, it is / was always in the sun
1 I gave Sam my address so that he could contact me.
2 Les has bought a video camera so that...
3 We've planted the bush in the middle of the garden so that...
4 We had to turn down the television so that...
5 He is going to have a period of training so that...
 
 

Write two sentences as one. Begin the sentences with So... (D)


1 The ice was thick. There was no danger of the skaters falling through. So thick was the ice that there was no danger of the skaters falling through.
2 She looked ill. Her parents immediately took her to the doctor.
3 The bath was relaxing. He went to sleep.
4 They were surprised. They could hardly speak.
5 He sounded sorry. I just had to forgive him.
 

Correct any mistakes in these sentences. (A-D)

 
1 I put a mat under the hot cup for stopping it damaging the table.
2 So worried Tom was when Peter didn't arrive, that he called the local hospital.
3 So precisely the victim described the attacker, that the police knew immediately who it was.
4 He took the job in order not to earn more money, but to live closer to his sister.
5 Don sang so badly that I had to look away not so as to laugh at him.
6 The new paint is excellent to cover walls with cracks in.

Keys
.1
2 + e We crept up the stairs in order not to wake Suzanne.
(or so as not to wake)
3 + d I swept the broken glass off the path in order to prevent an accident, (or so as to prevent)
4 + g We wrote Katie's name on the calendar in order not to forget her birthday, (or so as not to)
5 + a I didn't say anything about Colin's red nose in order not to embarrass him. (or so as not to embarrass)
6 + f He bought a truck in order to carry out his business, (or so as to carry)
7 + b She left the party quietly in order not to have to say goodbye, (or so as not to have)
.2
1 ✓ 2 X 3 ✓ 4 X
5 X 6 ✓ 7 X
3
2 he can film his holiday.
3 it is always in the sun.
4 we could hear the doorbell.
5 he is/will be ready to take over the job.
4
2 So ill did she look that her parents immediately took her to the doctor.
3 So relaxing was the bath that he went to sleep.
4 So surprised were they • that they could hardly speak.
5 So sorry did he sound that I just had to forgive him.
5
1 to stop it
2 So worried was Tom
3 So precisely did the victim describe
4 not in order to
5 so as not to laugh
6 for covering walls