Here are some resources that you can use to learn and practice the participle clauses included in unit 12 of your Upper Intermediate New American Inside Out book:
- Read the explanation from the British Council. At the bottom of the page you’ll find an exercise to match the two clauses of a sentence.
- Try these exercises to write full sentences. Check your answers using the button.
- Here’s an exercise to fill in the blanks forming the participle clause with the information provided. A good place to start reviewing by the Oxford University Press.
- If you want another explanation, try this webpage. Scroll down to the title “Reduced Relative Clauses”.
- Short explanation with good examples:
- This is a great exercise to turn relative clauses to participle clauses, also by Oxford University Press. Why don’t you try it?
- You can use a couple of exercises from these webpages. Just scroll down to “Practice 1″ and follow the instructions:
- Here you’ll find an explanation, lots of examples and diverse exercises to practice the reduced relative clauses (also called Participle Clauses)
Or just go over this presentation: