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1. Past perfect tense adverbials
a) While: Harold had known about it for a while. I didn’t say anything until she had finished talking.
While Means: a period of time, “We chatted for a while”. Duration or the time. For some time. “Can I keep it a while”.
It can mean a long time, but for certain “for a while” means that the period of time is longer than “just a second” or “just a minute” especially if the “while” part of the phrase is emphasized.
It can mean anything from longer than “just a minute” to a long time depending on context. “You’ll have to wait a while” usually means “You’ll have to wait a long time.” However the time value differs according to context; it can be “a minute”, “an hour”, “a day”, “a week” and e.t.c. “The baby quiet for a while”.
2. The statements into positive questions
3. Past perfect tense
a) principle: The man wanted to speak to the Principal.
Principle means: head teacher, headmaster, headmistress, warden, chancellor, dean, vector, vice chancellor, chief or a leading of organisation or institution (leader) as a manager or CEO.
b) refused: Although she had passed her driving lesson, she refused to drive the car. Refer: http://www.fauzihashim.com/refused/
Refused means: indicate or show that one is not willing to do something. “I refused to answer”. Indicate that one is not willing to accept.
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5. The statements into negative questions
a) flood means: 2. Arrive in overwhelming amounts or quantities. “Sunlight flooded in at the windows”. Synonyms as pour, stream, surge, swarm, pile, crowd, or throng. To cause to fill or become covered with something. A rising and overflowing of something. An overflow of a large amount of something.
b) swept away means: To destroy or remove something completely. Wipe out or destruct. Or to remove something by.
c) disposed meaning as: Give it away, throw it out, even sell it. http://www.fauzihashim.com/disposed/
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