without hurrying. 5. Ken had to save part of the money he earned so that his brother could complete his experiments.
b) 1. Why do you speak as though you were trying to prove something to me? The case is quite clear. 2. It’s no use inviting him to the concert, he’ll refuse to join us, I'm sure. It looks as if he didn’t care for this kind of music. 3. The woman only shook her head silently as though she were afraid to show her real feelings. 4. Mr Wilson stared at the newcomer as though he were surprised to see him at the hotel. 5. When Jim and Ted met after the conference, they shook hands in a most friendly manner, as if they had always got on well together.
II. Combine the following sentences, using so that and making any
other changes that may be necessary.
I. The boy fetched a stronger bulb. He wanted his friend to examine the collection. 2. The doctor insists on your staying in bed. He wants you to get over your illness quickly.
3. All the boxes must be marked properly. The nurse must find the medicine quickly. 4. They gave him an exact description of the place. They wanted him to find the house without asking anybody to show him the way. 5. The sales woman showed me a variety of dresses. She wanted to help me to pick out a dress for the happy occasion.
III. Change the italicized parts, using as if or as though and Subjunc*
1. Uncle Seneca looked at Frank closely as if seeing him for the first time. 2. Mr Wilson walked up to George’s room as if in a dream. 3. Mr Porcharlester complained that Mrs Linda Green always received him very coldly, so that you might think they had never met before. 4. Miss Bradley stood on the platform, looking so helpless that you might think she had never found herself in a situation like that before. 5. The young engineer looked at the machine in a way that gave you the impression he didn’t know how to handle it. 6. “Hurry up, boys," the man cried out, “you are moving about so slowly that one might think you hadn’t had anything to eat for a week."
IV. Complete the following sentences, using Subjunctive II.
1. The young man spoke in a loud voice, as if (as though) he... (to speak to a big audience, to want to prove something, to be proud to declare his views). 2. The girl shivered, as if (as though) she... (to get wet through, not