2.No sooner had Mandy left the classroom than Mike came in looking for her.
3.No sooner had Brian hung up his wet shirt to dry than it started to rain.
4.No sooner had the train left than Peter got to (到達)the station.
5.No sooner had Mary passed a note to John than she was caught by the teacher.
Pp171 I baby-sit these kids.
1. No sooner had the babysitter left the room than the little boy got out of bed to play with his toys.
2. No sooner had the mother heard the bad news that her son had been seriously hurt in a car accident than she fainted (v. faint昏倒).
3. No sooner had Lindsay prayed for the rain to stop than it stopped raining.
4. No sooner had Sharon heard that she had failed the test (測驗不通過) than she burst out crying.
Burst into tears忽然哭出來
Burst out laughing噗嗤一笑
Burst into laughter 噗嗤一笑/
Burst into flames 忽燃燒起來 他有忍俊不敬的幽默
5. No sooner had the student realized that he that he had made a big mistake than he went to apologize to the teacher.
S had hardly …pp. + before S v-ed
Scarcely… +when…S v-ed
Mandy had hardly left the classroom before/when Mike came in looking for her.
Hardly +when +S+ved
Scarcely had S pp…+before S+ved
Hardly had Mandy left the classroom when Mike came in looking for her.
The moment Sharon 過去式+ S+ved
The instant Sharon
The minute Sharon
An amount of money
2.This land can be sold for a large amount of money only if a new park is built near(介) it.
3.World peace can be achieved only if all countries agree to stop developing destructive (毀滅性的)weapons武器.
4.The traffic flow (流量) can become much smoother(順的) only if the number of [數字] vehicles(車輛) is greatly reduced.
***The number of the students of class 503 is 36.
***a number of è一些…
5.Most students are likely to (有可能) get good grades only if they study hard.