1). Your success will surprise everyone. (Begin the sentence with “everyone” )
Everyone will be surprised at(by) your success.
2). June gets old ; she look like her mum.
The older June gets, the more she look like her mum.
3).This lake is beautiful , but it is far from Bangkok.
However beautiful this lake is , it is far from Bangkok.
4).Although it rained heavily , they decided not to turn back. (Use “in spite of”)
In spite of the heavy rain , they decided not to turn back.
5).Although she is hungry , she didn’t eat much. (Use “Despite”)
Despite (In spite of) being hungry , she didn’t eat much. Despite
6).He didn’t buy that camera because the price was high. (Use “because of”)
He didn’t buy that camera because of the high price.
7).He came nearer. He wanted to see clearly. (Use “in order to”)
He came nearer in order to see clearly.
edit @ 7 Jul 2008 14:02:47 by Ajarn Thanchanok "english grammar"
edit @ 7 Jul 2008 14:17:49 by Ajarn Thanchanok "english grammar"