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English HW URGENT

Rewrite the following sentences as instructed without changing the meanings.

1.The pool is not deep enough for them to dive into. (Use ‘too…to’)

2.After Karen had taken her Master’s degree, she applied for a job in a well-known business firm. (Begin with a participle phrase)

3.The girls have to submit the forms to Miss Wilson before noon. (rewrite in passive voice)

4.The gifts are being wrapped by judy now. (rewrite in active voice)

5.As Peter was rude to us,he was punished by Mr.jackson.

(Begin with a participle phrase)

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    1.The pool is not deep enough for them to dive into. (Use ‘too…to’) The pool is too shallow for them to dive into.

    2.After Karen had taken her Master’s degree, she applied for a job in a well-known business firm. (Begin with a participle phrase)After taking her Master’s degree, Karen applied for a job in a well-known business firm.

    3.The girls have to submit the forms to Miss Wilson before noon. (rewrite in passive voice)The forms must be submitted to Miss Wilson before noon.

    4.The gifts are being wrapped by judy now. (rewrite in active voice)Judy is wrapping the gifts now.

    5.As Peter was rude to us,he was punished by Mr.jackson.

    (Begin with a participle phrase) Being rude to us, Peter was punished by Mr Jackson.

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