Bài tập Viết lại câu Đảo ngữ

2/16/2019 12:00:00 AM
Bài tập Viết lại câu Đảo ngữ nhằm phục vụ nhu cầu chuẩn bị cho kỳ thi đại học môn Tiếng Anh.
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You finish your homework. You can play games then.
  • Had you finished your homework, you could have played games.
  • Only when you have played games can you finish your homework.
  • Only after you have finished your homework can you play games.
  • Not until you had played games did you finish your homework.
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We reached the top. We realized how far we had come.
  • If we had reached the top, we would have realized how far we had come.
  • Not until we had reached the top did we realize how far we had come.
  • Only if we reached the top we would realize how far we had come.
  • Were we to reach the top, we would realize how far we had come.
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Anna is a smart person. She doesn’t give all her money to Shady Nick.
  • Were Anna not a smart person, she’d give all her money to Shady Nick.
  • Should Anna give all her money to Shady Nick, she wouldn't be a smart person.
  • Not until Anna is a smart person does she give all her money to Shady Nick.
  • Only after Anna is a smart person does she give all her money to Shady Nick.
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The sun went down. The bats came out.
  • Only when the bats came out did the sun go down.
  • Not until the bats came out did the sun go down.
  • Were the sun to go down, the bats would come out.
  • Only after the sun had gone down, did the bats come out.
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You refused my invitation. You missed the best holiday ever.
  • Not until you had missed the best holiday ever did you refuse my invitation.
  • Had you not refused my invitation, you would've had the best holiday ever.
  • Were you to refuse my invitation, you wouldn't miss the best holiday ever.
  • Only after you had missed the best holiday ever did you refuse my invitation.
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She went to live in France. She realized how much she hated England.
  • Only when she went to live in France, did she realize how much she hated England.
  • Were she to go to live in France, she would realize how much she hated England.
  • Had she gone to live in France, she would have realized how much she hated England.
  • Not until she had realized how much she hated England did she go to live in France.
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We arrived late. We missed the beginning.
  • Were we to arrive earlier, we wouldn't miss the beginning.
  • Only when we arrived late did we miss the beginning.
  • Had we arrived sooner, we wouldn’t have missed the beginning.
  • Not until we had missed the beginning did we arrive late.
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The party came to an end. I thought I had a chance to talk with her then.
  • Had the party not come to an end, I would have had a chance to talk with her.
  • Were the party to come to an end, I wouldn't have chance to talk with her.
  • Only after I had had a chance to talk with her did the party come to an end.
  • Only when the party came to an end did I have a chance to talk with her.
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The government doesn’t raise interest rate. They win the election.
  • Had the government raised interest rate, they would have won the election.
  • Were the government to raise interest rate, they would lose the election.
  • Not until the government had raised interest rate did they win the election.
  • Only if the government doesn't raise interest rate, they will lose the election.
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The rain stopped. We could see the view of the ocean.
  • Not until the rain stopped could we see the view of the ocean.
  • Only when we could see the view of the ocean did the rain stop.
  • Were the rain to stop, we could see the view of the ocean.
  • Had the rain stopped, we could have seen the view of the ocean.
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I saw her flat. I understood why she wanted to live there.
  • Not until I had understood why she wanted to live there did I see her flat.
  • Were I see her flat, I would understand why she wanted to live there.
  • Only after I'd seen her flat did I understand why she wanted to live there.
  • Had I seen her flat, I would have understood why she wanted to live there.
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He doesn’t push the button. Otherwise, we’d all have problems.
  • Had he pushed the button, we'd all have had problems.
  • Only after he had pushed the button did we all have problems.
  • Not until he hadn’t pushed the button did we all have problems.
  • Were he to push the button, we’d all have problems.
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The minister finished his tour of inspection. He made his pronouncement.
  • Not until the minister had made his pronouncement did he finish his tour of inspection.
  • Only after the minister had finished his tour of inspection did he make his pronouncement.
  • Were the minister to finish his tour of inspection, he would make his pronouncement.
  • Had the minister finished his tour of inspection, he would have made his pronouncement.
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It rained heavily yesterday. We didn’t accomplish painting the walls.
  • Had it not rained heavily yesterday, we would have accomplished painting the walls.
  • Were it not to rain heavily yesterday, we would accomplish painting the walls.
  • Only if it didn't rain heavily yesterday, we could accomplish painting the walls.
  • Not until it had rained heavily yesterday did we accomplish painting the walls.
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She’s my daughter. That’s why I hesitate to phone the police.
  • Had she not been my daughter, I'd have had no hesitation in phoning the police.
  • If only she were my daughter, I'd have no hesitation in phoning the police.
  • Were she not my daughter, I'd have no hesitation in phoning the police.
  • Not until she had been daughter did I have no hesitation in phoning the police.
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My daughter called me. I stopped worrying about her.
  • Only after I had stopped worrying about her did my daughter called me.
  • Not until my daughter called me did I stop worrying about her.
  • Were my daughter to call me I would stop worrying about her.
  • Had my daughter called me I would have stop worrying about her.
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You were not well-organized. That’s why you were so stressed at the last minute.
  • Had you not been more organized, you would have been so stressed at the last minute.
  • Not until you had been more organized were you so stressed at the last minute.
  • Only after you had been more organized were you so stressed at the last minute.
  • Had you been more organized, you wouldn’t have been so stressed at the last minute.
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The situation got out of hand. The government began to act.
  • Only when the situation got out of hand did the government begin to act.
  • Were the situation to get out of hand, the government would begin to act.
  • Had the situation got out of hand, the government would have begun to act.
  • Not until the government had begun to act did he situation get out of hand.
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The teacher gives a lesson about the theory of evolution. I can now really know about human origins.
  • Had the teacher given a lesson about the theory of evolution, I would have really known about human origins.
  • Not until I had really known about human origins did the teacher give a lesson about the theory of evolution.
  • Were the teacher not to give a lesson about the theory of evolution, I wouldn't really know about human origins.
  • Only after I had really known about human origins did the teacher give a lesson about the theory of evolution.
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I saw John with my own eyes. Then I really believed he was safe.
  • Only after I had really believed he was safe did I see John with my own eyes.
  • Not until I had seen John with my own eyes did I really believe he was safe.
  • Had I seen John with my own eyes, I would have really believed he was safe.
  • Were I to see John with my own eyes, I would really believe he was safe.