poziom ćwiczenia: advanced
Opis gramatyki: Tworzenie przysłówków angielskich
It's 1 the same. Dave comes 2 into the office and turns on a computer. 3 , he's banging his fists 4 on the desk and shouting 5 at the screen. He then throws something 6 across the room. We sit there 7 until he calms down. He apologises 8 as he smiles 9 before starting to type. Then we 10 have to remind him that he's the cleaner.
The priest looked 1 at the baby. He 2 picked it up and went outside. Someone had 3 left the child at the back of the church. The sun was shining 4 as he sat on a bench in the garden. 5 , a woman ran 6 towards him, shouting 7 and crying 8 . The priest looked 9 into her eyes for a moment before realising she was the sister he hadn't seen for thirty years. He was an uncle!
As the chickens clucked 1 around the barn, the old farmer sighed 2 as he watched them fight for the food. He knew all of them by sight, very 3 indeed. He'd been feeding them 4 for many years. The old man 5 thought about the eggs the chickens had 6 laid over the years. What a pity I don't like eggs, he mused 7 .
Sandra slipped 1 into bed. She was exhausted. The leaves of the flowers that David had left hung 2 over the side of their pot. Three days, and not a word. She 3 cast her mind back to better days, when she and Dave had talked 4 about their future. Dreams were only a promise, she thought 5 . Promises could be broken, like hearts.
"Hurry up! I said I'd call Dan 1 we arrived." Colin watched Sue 2 searching her bag for the phone. She 3 apologized to Colin for the state of her bag, and he felt he spent half his life waiting 4 for things to appear from it. "You must have taken it when you were looking for the tickets," she said 5 . "Sorry, love, you're right. It's in my pocket."
Detective Bradley observed the guard 1 . It was almost five, and the visitors were 2 heading for the exit. The gallery had been open for only two weeks, and 3 four paintings had 4 disappeared. Bradley saw the pass. Two hands met 5 , and the keys found a new minder. Bradley walked 6 towards the exit and locked the heavy door. He leant against it 7 , looking forward to the action he'd been waiting for all day.
A man who loved the world more 1 than Monroe would be hard to find. He approached each day 2 , as though the world had 3 given him a gift-wrapped surprise. Monroe sat 4 in his back garden, 5 tapping a forefinger on a knee. He loved music 6 , but his playing days were over. He had the birds, and he was happy.
"Have you never been on a big job?" Morton shouted 1 . His young apprentice nodded back 2 . "Sure," he said 3 . "I was on the bridge job for a year." The bridge, Morton recalled 4 , should have been his job, but Turner always more 5 found the cash for the bribes. Morton had to be content with 6 picking up whatever work came his way. The text message unsettled him. Turner was dead, and Morton had an appointment he couldn't 7 back out of.
It was the way her hair fell 1 over her shoulders that first attracted Mark to Eve. It swayed 2 as she walked, 3 revealing in turn each side of her slender neck. They'd met at a jazz festival, Eve the first to speak as Mark 4 struggled to find the words. She'd rambled on 5 about jazz as Mark gazed 6 into her eyes. She mumbled something about the ladies' room, and disappeared for fifteen years. Now she was back.
Enwin the Elf sat on a stone, chomping 1 on a soggy bread roll. A frog eyed him 2 . Enwin teased the frog 3 , suggesting 4 that his snack would be tastier with a helping of frog eyes, or a slice of frog tongue. Frogs could swim around 5 to pass the time. Such an easy life! Enwin, of course, teased the frog because he was 6 jealous of its leisurely life. Not a nice elf, really. You should have seen the look on his face when a princess appeared out of the blue and 7 kissed the frog.
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