Textuality » 3ALS Communication
1 At no time did he think he would be an eyewitness to such a serious crime
2 Little did Peter believe he would pass the exam
3 Seldom does he bring his mobile phone to school
4 No sooner had he entered his house than he heard an explosion
5 Not only did the robber escape on a motorcycle but he also took a big amount of money.
1 Hardly had she left the house when it started to rain
2 Rarely do we get the chance to see our friends once a week
3 Under no circumstances will they let him off this time
4 Never should you break the school rules if you don't want to be punished
5 Only when he apologises, will I speak to him
6 So kind was she to me that I didn't believe my ears
7 Such a difficult exercise was it that I didn't/couldn't do it.
1 This is the student whose mobile phone was stolen.
2 That's the house where I live.
3 They gave me some books none of which were mine.
4 That is the man to whom she was talking.
5 Jane Sanders is a film star who is very popular.
1 He never has a lot of money on him for fear of being robbed.
2 He invented an alibi so that he could prove his innocence.
3 They were late due to heavy traffic.
4 This device is for opening cans easily.
5 Not until all the students went out, did the teacher leave the classroom.
1 On no account did I destroy school property.
2 Never before have I covered a wall with graffiti and I would like to apologise.
3 This is the student whom I suspect of stealing my money.
4 Not once did I try to cheat.
1 No, I wouldn't.
2 Yes, I sometimes do it.
3 No, I wouldn't.
1 B soap opera
2 C suspense and fun
3 A fun ending
4 C gripping true story
5 A brilliantly fits to the scene
6 C the one whose lead actor's performance is not convincing
7 B may not appeal to adults because it's tiring