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miércoles, 1 de febrero de 2017

PAU 2314 JUNE A CELL PHONE JAMMERS


4. 
a) Using (a verb used as a subject taking the gerund form)
/ be considered (passive voice: can + passive infinitive)

b) What / were bothered (second conditional in the passive. 
On the one hand, we have would---if + past;
on the other hand, that past takes the passive form.
The passive is formed with the verb TO BE in the same tense as the main verb (in this case, past= was/were; we use were because the subject is you) and the mail verb in the past participle.

c) better (irregular form of the comparative)
 / put up with 
(phrasal verb)
Note: From Manmillan Dictionary:
 put up with someone/something to accept someone or something unpleasant in a patient way
How has Jan put up with him for so long?
I will not put up with your bad behaviour any longer!
d) Kate said she had used cell phones ever since she had started going to school.
Reported Speech:
I > she
have used > had used (present - past)
started > had started (past - past perfect)



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4. a) had offered / would have taken
(3rd type of conditional)

b) in / to or rather than

c) are admitted or have been admitted 
(Passive voice)
/ unless ("a menos que)

d) Mary asked her son what he would like to do when he finished High School.
Note: This is not a question, it´s an affirmative sentence based on a question. That´s the reason why we should place the subject before the verb.
The underlined words are the ones we have changed.