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Active Voice vs. Passive Voice

Вопрос:

В чём смысловое отличие фраз:

1. He caught a spy.
2. He was caught by a spy.

Задание:

THE VOICE (ЗАЛОГ)

Discussion

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2014/10/04 11:38

1. Он поймал шпиона.
2. Его поймал шпион.

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2014/10/04 11:39

молодец, доп. вопрос: а был ли шпион?

Yuri ScherbakovYuri Scherbakov, 2014/10/05 18:29

А как сделать трансформацию He was caught by a spy. из пассивного залога в активный?

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2014/10/07 08:42

A spy caught him

Yuri ScherbakovYuri Scherbakov, 2014/10/07 12:25

Доп. Задание:

Переведи на английский язык:

1. Ему сказали. (told)
2. Нас послали. (sent)
3. Несколько книг положили на стол. (put)
4. Посмотрен тот же самый фильм. (seen)
5. План обдуман. (thought out)
6. Хоть и поздно, но работа выполнена. (done)
7. Мои часы (watch) пропали (gone)/
8. Лес пройден (gone through)
9. Палата проветрена довольно хорошо (aired).
10. Ее оставили одну (left).

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2014/10/27 18:25

1. He was told.
2. We were sent.
3. Some books were put on the table.
4. The same film was seen.
5. The plan is thought out.
6. The work is done though late.
7. My watch is gone.
8. The forest is gone through.
9. The ward is aired quite well.
10. She was left alone.

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2014/10/27 18:26

Верно, очень неплохо, просто замечательно.

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2014/10/27 18:48

Доп. задание
Трансформировать предложения (см. выше) в активный залог

1. He was told. = I told him.
2. We were sent. = He sent us.
3. Some books were put on the table.= He put some books on the table.
4. The same film was seen.= He saw the same film.
5. The plan is thought out.= He thought out the plan.
6. The work is done though late.= He did the work though late.
7. The forest is gone through.= Inga went through the forest.
8. The ward is aired quite well.= He aired the ward quite well.
9. She was left alone. = She left her alone.

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