Walden Pond is now the site of many tourist stands

1.Walden Pond is now the site of many tourist stands.

It was once praised by Thoreau for its natural beauty.

Walden Pond is now the site of many tourist stands which was once praised by Thoreau for its natural beauty.

2.Almost every summer night the cooling northeast wind swept through our bedroom windows.

It made air conditioning unnecessary.

It made a light blanket welcome.

Almost every summer night the cooling northeast wind swept through our bedroom

windows,making air condition unnecessary and a light blanket welcome.

3.The steep surrounding slopes were capped with snow.

The snow fed streams.

These streams plunged down to join in the valley below.

The steep surrounding slopes , capped with snow feeding streams which plunged down to join in the valley below.

4.This is a good spot for picnic.

A river flows on one side.

A large tree provides shade.

We can spread our blanket on the grassy knoll.

This is a good spot for picnic,with a river flowing on one side and a large tree providing shade, where we can spread our blanket on the grassy knoll

5.Mr Wood run up the stairs.

He was painting for breath.

He stood at his neighbour’s door.

He knocked again and again.

Then someone opened the door.

Mr .Wood,who was painting for breath, standing at his neighbour’s door,didn’t stopped

knocking the door until someone opened it.

6.The town folk envied Horace.

Horace had come into a small fortune.

With the fortune he brought a big house.

With the fortune he also obttained a partnership in the biggest grocery in town.

The town folk envied Horacewho had come into a small fortune , having brought a big houseand obttained a parternship in the biggest grocery in the town.

7.Jim stood in fornt of the mirror.

He looked at his image.

He wondered at the big change.

It had come over him in recent years.

Jim stood in front of the mirror,looking at himself,wondering how the big change had come over him in recent years.

8.He had greatly wronged his only daughter.

She might never forgive him.

This idea almost drove him crazy.

The idea that his only daughter might never forgive him for his greatly misunderstanding almost drove him crazy.

9.The story is written in plain language.

It consists of three parts.

It has an interesting plot.

The plot centres round an old aristocratic family.

The family lived in the 17th-century France.

The three parts consists story has an interesting plot centreing round an old aristocratic family in the 17th-century France.

10.John was covered with mud.

He was shivering .

He sat hunched over a bowl of hot broth.

The broth had been prepared by his father to drive off the chill.

Jhon sat hunched over a bowl of hot broth which had been prepared by hisfather to drive off the chill, shivering and covered with mud.

11.Far above the waters of a beautiful lake stand five pavilions.

The pavilions are in Chinese style.

They stand over the tops of the tall pine trees.

The pine trees grow on the steep slopes of a hill.

Far above the waters of a beautiful lake stand five Chinese style pavilions,standing over the tops of the tall pine trees, grown on the steep slopes of a hill.

12.The old man stopped farther down the street.

He lead against a lamp-post.

He listened to a song.

The song was cheerful.

It came out from a restaurant.

The restaurant was on the opposite side of the street.

The old man stopped farther down the street,leading against a lamp-post while he listening to a cheerful song ,which came out from a restauratnt on the opposite side of the street.

13.Sarah sank in the nearest chair.

She was completely exhausted.

Her limbs were stiff with cold.

Her mind was a piece of blank.

Sarah whose limbs were stiff with cold and mind was a piece of blank,sank in the nearest chair, completely exhausted.

14.Mrs Rymer behaved very properly throughout the day.

Her pleasant , refined face wore a grave look.

Her elegant figure was wrapped in deep mourning.

Meanwhile she occasionally uttered a sign or a sob.

Mrs Rymer behaved very properly throughout the day whose pleasant ,refined face wore a grave look,elegant figure wrapped in deep mouring,as well as occasionally uttered a sign or a sob.

15.Mr. Jacob was Tony’s former employe.

He had promised Tony a half-day job.

The job would give Tony 20 pounds a week.

It was necessary to break this news to his family, Tony thought.

Mr.Jacob ,Tony’s former employe, had promised him a half –day job ,20 pounds a week, which made him thought it necessary to breal the news to his family.

16.He might have wronged his friend.

His friend had rendered him good services on many occasions.

This thought troubled his mind .

His mind had already been overburdened with worries and carries.

The thought that he might have wronged his friend for rendering him good services on many occasions troubled his mind with overburdened worries and carries.

17.The men of the disbanded royal bodyguard were a potentially dangerous element.

The men were suddenly turned loose onto the street of a captial.

The captial was seething with unrest.

The men were unemployed.

The men were perhaps disgruntled at their abrupt dismissal.

The captial was seething with unrest because the umployed men disgruntled at their abrupt dismissal

18.For many years London has been a business centre.

The business centre has hotel accommodation.

The hotel accommodation is for visiting businessmen.

It is also for other well-to-do travellers.

It is completely inadquate for the swarms of short-stay tourists.

They land at Heathrow.

They disembark at Dover.

For many years London has been a business centre which has totel accommodation for both visiting businessmen and other well-to-do travellers,

19.He was nearing the top.

His eyes were already glowing with triumph.

He was climbing faster and faster.

He climbed recklessly fast.

He suddenly slipped and fell.

He tumbled to the ground .

He lay motionless there.

He was a crumpled piled of arms and legs.

Nearing the top, with eyes were already glowing with triumph,he climbed recklessly fast,than the suddenly slipped and fell made him tumbled to the ground,lying motionless there,with a crumpled piled of arms and legs.

20.Bertrand Russell was one of the very few persons.

The very few persons have received the Order of Merit.

They have received the Nobel Prize for literature.

The British government conferred the Order of Merit on bertrand Russell.

It was conferred in 1949.

The Nobel Prize was conferred in Norway.

It was conferred in 1950.

Bertrand Russell was one of the very few persons who have both

received the Order of Merit conferred by the British government in 1949 and Nobel Prize for literature conferred in Norway .

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