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59 câu

Kiểu 2: Nhấn mạnh đề đánh dấu biểu hiện qua các tham tố đảo trong câu bị động có yếu tố phụ trợ

tỷ lệ 11.8%

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... the attack had been put forward an hour...

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...The mountain that was beyond the valley and the hillside where the chestnut forest grew was captured...

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... a few more houses had been hit by shell fire...

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...The ground was torn up...

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... I was hit and leaned over and put my hand on my knee...

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... Each article was set apart as an exhibit; the rucksack in the centre, the riding boots on one side and the ski boots on the other...

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...The ties had been dug out too…

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...The ties had been thrown down the embankment...

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...The house was approached by gravelled driveways which wound about through wide-spreading lawns and under the interlacing boughs of tall poplars...

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... her brooch could be pinned over the spot, but perhaps Melanie had sharp eyes...

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... the telephone wires were cut...

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...The twins’ horses were hitched in the driveway, big animals, red as their masters’ hair...

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... descend was ultimately made by the aid of the rope...

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... a long- drawn howl, like, yet unlike, any noise made by husky dog...

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... it was checked…

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... the wild current … was rent in shreds and spray by the rocks...

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... we were sheltered from rifle or machine-gun fire by the river bank...

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... the call was many noted, distinct and definite as never before...

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... the rest of the team was strung out ahead, single file, to the leader...

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... position was filled by Spitz...

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...Ellen’s second child, named Susan Elinor, but always called Suellen, was born...

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... an unending hum of low voices, rising and falling, punctuated with squeaks of laughter...

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...The porter went in the door, followed by the grayhaired woman...

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...Hal awoke one day to the fact that his dog-food was to be obtained...

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... the back of this wagon was piled high with napkin-covered hampers, split-oak baskets of lunch and a dozen watermelons...

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...Two of the black bucks were equipped with banjo and harmonica...

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... the Yankees had been driven back so they could return to their homes...

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... they had been beaten off by the Confederate cavalry...

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...Eye met eye for a dreadful second around the table before chairs were pushed back...

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...The cotton was mangled and trampled where cavalry and infantry, forced off the narrow road by the artillery, had marched through the green bushes, grinding them into the earth...

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... cavalry and infantry, forced off the narrow road by the artillery, had marched through the green bushes, grinding them into the earth...

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...It was completely hidden from view by the banked greenery and starry bunting...

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... two faces that were greatly loved...

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...The orchard was cleared of underbrush and only daisies grew beneath the long rows of trees...

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... Most of the young ladies were seated with partners on the long benches that faced the tables, but Scarlett, realizing that a girl has only two sides and only one man can sit on each of these sides, had elected to sit apart so she could gather about her as many men as possible...

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...The letter was unsigned and came from Washington...

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... The lights were only turned on when some one was brought in at night or when something was being done...

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...Among them, candles burned serenely like altar fires...

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... Mrs. Elsing’s four treasured rubber plants, which were given posts of honor at the four corners...

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... The ground was torn up...

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...The leather was … oiled smooth as a used saddle...

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... a blast-furnace door is swung open, and a roar that started white and went red and on and on in a rushing wind...

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...The neat wooden-paneled fence had been newly painted white and the front yard it enclosed was yellow starred with the last jonquils of the season...

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... a smashed permanent bridge that could not be repaired and used because it was in plain sight...

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...This lost mine was steeped in tragedy and shrouded in mystery...

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... Perrault and Froncois were compelled to make their fire and spread their sleeping robes on the ice of the lake itself...

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...Perrault and Francois threw chests up and down the main street of Skaguay and were deluged with invitations to drink, while the team was the constant centre of a worshipful crowd of dog-busters and mushers...

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... three or four western bad men aspired to clean out the town, were riddled like pepper boxes for their pains, and public interest turned to other idols...

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...Thornton’s desperate struggle was fresh written on the earth, and Buck scented every detail of it down to the edge of a deep pool...

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...The window was open, my bed was made up with blankets and my things hung on the wall, the gas mask in an oblong tin can, the steel helmet on the same peg...

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...His beard was stained with tobacco juice and a large wad in his jaw made his face look deformed...

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...In the meantime we were all at the mess, the meal was finished, and the argument went on...

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...The unfortunate boy had not only been cheated of the love he thought he had won but also of his high hopes of honor and glory on the field of battle...

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... they were crusted and the knee was swollen and discolored and the calf sunken but there was no pus...

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... He has been proposed for the silver medal of valor...

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... we have been betrayed into it by statesmen and orators mouthing catchwords and prejudices...

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... only the flute was forbidden...

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... they were frustrated by their heavy outfit and their own incompetence...

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... the price of dogs had been boomed skyward by the unwonted demand...

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79 câu

Kiểu 3: Nhấn mạnh đề đánh dấu biểu hiện qua các tham tố đảo thuộc quá trình hiện hữu trong câu tồn tại có thành phần đảo về phía sau

(tỷ lệ: 15.8 %)

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... In the bed of the river there were pebbles and boulders, dry and white in the sun, and the water was clear and swiftly moving and blue in the channels...

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... there were many orchards of fruit trees and beyond the plain the mountains were brown and bare...

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...There was fighting in the mountains and at night we could see the flashes from the artillery...




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...The next year there were many victories...

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...there were victories beyond the plain on the plateau to the south...

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... there was snow on the guns and there were paths in the snow going back to the latrines behind trenches...

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...In the town there were more guns, there were some new hospitals, you met British men and sometimes women, on the street, and a few more houses had been hit by shell fire...

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... there was a soldier sitting on a bench outside in the sun, an ambulance was waiting by the side door ...

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...Ahead there was a rounded turn-off in the road to the right and looking down I could see the road dropping through the trees...

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...There were troops on this road and motor trucks and mules with mountain guns...

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...There was a little shelter of green branches outside over the entrance and in the dark the night wind rustled the leaves dried by the sun...

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...Inside there was a light...

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... in front of my head there was a splintered beam of wood...

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... to the south there was a small branchroad across the fields with thick trees on each side ...

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... At the far end of the bridge there were officers and carabinieri standing on both sides flashing lights...

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...Toward the sea there are salt marshes and very few roads...

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... Up the line there was a bridge over a stream that flowed into the marsh...

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...Down below there were mosquito marshes and canals...

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...There were some lovely villas...

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... Out on the lake there were flocks of grebes, small and dark, and leaving trails in the water when they swam...

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...On the brown walls of the flattened, overlapping leaves of the sturdy fibered guano there was a picture in color of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and another of the Virgin of Cobre...

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... There were relics of his wife...

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... Once there had been a tinted photograph of his wife on the wall but he had taken it down because it made him too lonely to see it and it was on the shelf in the corner under his clean shirt...

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...Then there was the pumping plant for the artesian well, and the big cement tank where Judge Miller’s boys took their morning plunge and kept cool in the hot afternoon...

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... From the beginning there had been an ancient and ramshackle cabin...

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... between all the parts there was a perfect equilibrium or adjustment...

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... Between the hounds and the horses and the twins there was a kinship deeper than that of their constant companionship...

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...Then there was an excited babble of negro voices in the darkness of the yard and high-pitched negro laughter...

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...Then there would have been a decorous interval of a year or at least six months...

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... Downstairs there was a pandemonium of racing feet and sobbing voices...




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... there was the smell of marble floors and hospital......

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...There were big guns too that passed in the day drawn by tractors, the long barrels of the guns covered with green branches and green leafy branches and vines laid over the tractors...

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...There were big guns too that passed in the day drawn by tractors, the long barrels of the guns covered with green branches and green leafy branches and vines laid over the tractors...

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...There were mists over the river and clouds on the mountain and the trucks splashed mud on the road and the troops were muddy and wet in their capes...

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...There were small gray motor cars that passed going very fast; usually there was an officer on the seat with the driver and more officers in the back seat...

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... There was a shadow from his hand on the wall...

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...There were many more guns in the country around and the spring had come...

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... there were small green shoots on the vines, the trees along the road had small leaves and a breeze came from the sea...

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...There had been a little town but it was all rubble...

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...There were racks of rockets standing to be touched off to call for help from the artillery or to signal with if the telephone wires were cut...

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...There were many marble busts on painted wooden pillars along the walls of the room they used for an office...

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...There were stragglers going by long after the regiment had passed— men who could not keep up with their platoons...

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...There were some British batteries up with the third army...

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...There were trees along both sides of the road and through the right line of trees I saw the river, the water clear, fast and shallow...

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... there were stretches of sand and pebbles with a narrow channel of water and sometimes the water spread like a sheen over the pebbly bed...

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...There was one smashed bridge across the river...

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...There were big search-lights on that front mounted on camions that you passed sometimes on the roads at night, close behind the lines, the camion stopped a little off the road, an officer directing the light and the crew scared...

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...There was a little shelter of green branches outside over the entrance and in the dark the night wind rustled the leaves dried by the sun. Inside there was a light...

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...There were three others to locate...

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...There were four drivers...

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...There were many strong smells, chemical smells and the sweet smell of blood...

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...There was another stretcher by the side with a man on it whose nose I could see, waxy-looking, out of the bandages...

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...There were stretchers lifted and slid into the slings above...

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...There were several doors with brass knobs...

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...There was a bed and a big wardrobe with a mirror...

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...There was sunlight coming in through the shutters...

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...There were villas with iron fences and big overgrown gardens and ditches with water flowing and green vegetable gardens with dust on the leaves...

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...There was a big rucksack and two musettes...

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...There were riding boots, a rucksack and ski boots in the window...

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...There were plenty of rooms...

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...There was much red plush and brass...

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...There were many mulberry trees in the fields...

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. ...There were a few men in the café sitting with coffee and glasses of kirsch or marc on the tables...

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...There is only the boy to worry, of course...

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... There were only three boats in sight now and they showed very low and far inshore...

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...There were great stables, where a dozen grooms and boys held forth, rows of vine-clad servants’cottages, an endless and orderly array of outhouses, long grape arbors, green pastures, orchans, and berry patches...

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... there was unmistakably a grease spot on the front of the basque...

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...There were small gray motor cars that passed going very fast...

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... There remained varicolored cotton dresses ...

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... there was an officer on the seat with the driver and more officers in the back seat...

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... there was no retracing that sunny road...

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... there were no married belles in the South...

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...There would be no way of replacing them...

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... There was not a man on the place unless Sally’s little boy, Joe, hardly out of diapers, could be counted as a man...

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... There were no iron picket fences, iron summerhouses, iron gates or even iron statuary on the lawns of Atlanta now, for they had early found their way into the melting pots of the rolling mills...

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...There was no east net and the boy remembered when they had sold it...

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...There was no pot of yellow rice and fish and the boy knew this too...

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... there was no life in his face...

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... there is no such fish if you are sitll strong as you say...

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... there was no part of the hook ...

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... there was no scattering of bait fish...

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