VI. Match the sentence halves

1. A person can only be detained a) on specific grounds set out in the law.
2. A person cannot give evidence b) of what he heard another person say.
3. It is not necessary for a juror c) to accept the inference.
4. It is the job of a solicitor d) to advise you on legal matters of all kinds.
5. It takes much longer e) to be told of the reason for his arrest.
6. One of the members f) to be unconstitutional.
7. The arrested person has the right g) to have a case heard in the Crown Court.
8. The court declares the law h) to know anything about the law.
9. The court is not bound i) who find it easy to interpose their arguments.
10. There will be some members j) will then need to find a seconder.

VII. Open the brackets by using the infinitive with or without the particle to.


1. I wont (make) him (come) to the club tonight if he doesnt (want) to.

2. Let her (do) what she wants (do).

3. She didn't want to be heard (criticize) him.

4. The company can (supply) cement in July.

5. They are seen (come) to the corner and (turn) to the right.

6. When I was a child I was made (practice) the piano every day.

7. Why not (allow) her (do) as she likes?

8. You may (join) us, if you wish.

9. Youd better (try) (not think) about the idea (get) in touch with the firm.

10. Youd rather (meet) with the bank manager.

VIII. Make up sentences with the infinitive

Model:go to the hospital/visit a friend I went to the hospital to visit a friend.


1. Apply to this firm/be employed as a typist.

2. Call on the Whytes/warn them about the danger.

3. Invent a device/increase the productivity of the assembly line.

4. Need money/give the son his weekly allowance.

5. Spend so much money in a restaurant/ impress the girl.

6. Telephone the estate agent/get more information about new house on sale.

7. Visit a police inspector/tell him the truth.

8. Want to see the financial director/analyze the companys statement.

9. Work hard/achieve first class degrees in the final honors school.

10. Write a letter to ones uncle/ask him for some money.


IX. Use to, so as to, in order to in these sentences

1. Can you arrange for me (see) the doctor tomorrow?

2. He appears (have forgotten) all about our arrangement.

3. He covered the floor with a sheet (not splash) paint on it.

4. got out some more chairs for the other guests (sit) on.

5. I went to town (do) some shopping.

6. She left home (never return).

7. She told us to feed the hens. She (not tell us/feed) the horses.

8. The keeper told us (not feed) the monkeys.

9. We came home (find) the house had been burgled.

10. We would like (have been) at your party.


X. Each of these sentences is incorrect. Write the correct sentence

1. Britain is almost unique in two different kinds of lawyers having.

2. He can use the time to seek their aid in solutions to problems finding.

3. Keeping pace is fundamental with technology to success in the industry.

4. Most federal courts hear cases of constitutional law involving questions.

5. Sometimes cases in a special juvenile court involving juveniles are heard.

6. There are a few most widely used reasons for people detaining.

7. There is the possibility of negotiated settlement coming to a friendly.

8. This is usually done by the original of the document producing.

9. Under no circumstances unless a quorum is present take place can voting.

10. Voting in a booth takes place.

XI. Translate into English

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Units 8 and 18

I. Givet infinitive forms of the the following verbs

admit, advise, ascertain, become, carry, conceal, cope, create, deal, determine, dissolve, emerge, find, fly, form, function, give, hear, idealize, introduce, maintain, market, promote, prove, put, reduce, reject, secure, sell, socialize, support, wait.

II. Put verbs in brackets in the appropriate forms of the infinitive


1. A corporation must (be) distinguished from an unincorporated association.

2. Advertisers must (keep) in tune with the changing values of the Nation.

3. Contracts may also (be) classified as express and implied.

4. Employees must (attend) during the core time each day.

5. Few countries are able (cater) for the needs of their industries.

6. He can (use) the time to sell ideas to his team.

7. He knew that specialization could (solve) the problems of poverty and want.

8. Receptionists may (occupy) a low position in the organizational hierarchy.

9. The rule is that a person can (give) evidence of what he heard or saw.


III. Underline all the complexes with the infinitives and state their functions


1. He was understood to be hard at work.

2. I havent got her permission for you to go.

3. Irene is supposed to be at work.

4. Mary is known to take very sudden decisions.

5. She was anxious for everyone to be merry and bright.

6. The man understood him to say that his friend was up the river somewhere.

7. They lowered the rope ladder from the deck for him to climb.

8. This translation is too difficult for a beginner to do it without errors.

9. We saw Ann come in, pick up the telegram and read it.

10. You expected her to behave very differently.

IV. Point out the Objective with the Infinitive and the Subjective with the Infinitive Constructions. Translate into Ukrainian


1. He appeared to be an ideal home man.

2. I cant bear one to be very near me but you.

3. I dont like him to be so long alone.

4. Irene watched him go up the street and enter a door.

5. She doesnt seem to want to do anything.

6. The man was said to be one of the most promising of nuclear physicists.

7. They heard the town clock strike twelve.

8. This appeared to amuse the policemen.

9. We didnt mean this to be a long meeting.

10. You are sure to be there tomorrow night.


V. Complete the following sentences using the Subjective with the Infinitive Constructions


Model: It is quite unbelievable for him to have said such a thing.

There was no need for me to go there.


1. It was hardly necessary .

2. It is of no use .

3. It is only natural .

4. It was very kind

5. It is quite possible .

6. It is high time .

7. Is it possible ?

8. It is desirable .

9. It is quite unusual .

10. It is much better .

VI. Write a sentence with complex object using the words given

Model:Ann didnt have any money (want/James/lend)

Ann wanted James to lend her some.


1. He was disappointed when I decided to leave. (want/me/stay with them)

2. In your place I would tell the police about the accident. (advise/me/inform)

3. Please dont tell anyone that Im leaving my job. (not want/ anyone/know)

4. Tom was sure that Mary would be late. And she was. (expect/her/be late)

5. Dont forget to post my letter, Jack said to me. (remind/me/post)

6. The sudden noise caused the boy to jump. (make/him/jump)


VII. Change these sentences so as to use complex object as shown in the example

Model:I believe that Van Clibern is a great be a great pianist.

I believe Van Clibern to be a great pianist.


1. Bob found that the assignment of his client was difficult to fulfil.

2. Everyone wanted that Oxford captain would succeed.

3. He admits that his accusation was right.

4. I admit that the harbour master has been bribed to unload the ship.

5. I cant believe that your manager pulls the workers off the job every two weeks.

6. They discovered that the customers were always trying to tell them a good tale.

7. We cant expect that unskilled men will become experienced workers overnight.

8. We didnt expect that the government was running late clearing the cheques.

9. We expect that at the talks they will clear up several points of the contrast.

10. You consider that this business is very profitable.

VIII. Join the following sentences twice: a) with enough, b) with too


Model: He isn't strong. He can't lift it.

a) He's strong enough to lift it. b) He is too weak to lift it.


1. I'm not rich. I can't afford one.

2. I'm not strong. I can't lift it.

3. I wasn't interested. I didn't watch the film.

4. She's not old. She can't drive a car.

5. The film was boring. I didn't watch it.

6. The pie is very hot. I can't eat it.

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