Participle Clauses Exercise


Rewrite the sentences with participle clauses.

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1. Sam left school early because he felt sick.

2. The teacher was impressed by Daniel’s work, so she gave him the highest score.

3. Because he didn't study hard enough for his exam, Ryan couldn't pass it.

4. As I haven’t received all the applications yet, I am not eager to hire anyone.

5. The golden ring, which was stolen weeks ago, was found.

6. As I have an assignment to finish, I cannot come with you.

7. When my sister heard the good news, she wanted to cry.

8. Because I didn’t want to lose my passport, I gave it to my father.

9. After he had been told to do the dishes, John entered the kitchen with a frown.

10. As I had been to England before, I knew where to find a good hotel.



Answers

1. Feeling sick, Sam left school early.

2. Impressed by Daniel’s work, the teacher gave him the highest mark.

3. Not having studied hard enough for his exam, Ryan couldn't pass it.

4. Not having received all the applications yet, I am not eager to hire anyone.

5. Stolen weeks ago, the golden ring was found.

6. Having an assignment to finish, I cannot come with you.

7. Hearing the good news, my sister wanted to cry.

8. Not wanting to lose my passport, I gave it to my father.

9. Having been told to do the dishes, John entered the kitchen with a frown.

10. Having been to England before, I knew where to find a good hotel.


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