1. 名词（代词）+ 现在分词
The clock striking twelve, I went to bed. （表原因）
2. 名词（代词）+ 过去分词
He lay there on his back, his teeth set, his right hand clenched on his breast. （表伴随）
3. 名词（代词）+ 形容词短语
Her face pale with anger, she rose to go away. （表原因）
4. 名词（代词）+ 介词短语
Then, last night, I followed him here and climbed in, sword in hand. （表方式）
5. 名词（代词）+ 副词短语
Summer over, the students returned to school. （表原因）
1. Her eyes brimmed with tears and she left.
2. The boy stood there and his face was rigid with anger.
3. I clasped my hands behind me and I was too shocked to say a word.
4. A girl came in with a book in her hand.
5. The manager sat quietly in the office and his eyes were closed.
6. They sat in the room with the curtains drawn.
7. Oliver jumped up and his face was bright red with anger.
8. Linda leapt to her feet and her eyes was blazing with anger.
9. As we hugged Ruth good-bye, she said to me. Her tears was shining in her eyes.
10. He cried and his blue eyes was shining behind his glasses.
It was summer, and my dad wanted to treat me to a vacation like never before. He decided to take me on a trip to the Wild West.
We took a plane to Albuquerque, a big city in the state of New Mexico. We reached Albuquerque in the late afternoon. Uncle Paul, my dad’s friend, picked us up from the airport and drove us up to his farm in Pecos.
His wife Tina cooked us a delicious dinner and we got to know his sons Ryan and Kyle. My dad and I spent the night in the guestroom of the farm house listening to the frogs and water rolling down the river nearby. Very early in the morning, Uncle Paul woke us up to have breakfast. "The day starts at dawn on my farm," he said. After breakfast, I went to help Aunt Tina feed the chickens. while my dad went with Uncle Paul to take the sheep out to graze(吃草). I was impressed to see my dad and Uncle Paul riding horses. They looked really cool.
In the afternoon, I asked Uncle Paul if I could take a hose ride, and he said yes, as long as my dad went with me. I wasn’t going to take a horse ride by myself anyway. So, my dad and I put on our new cowboy hats, got on our horses, and headed slowly towards the mountains. "Don’t be late for supper," Uncle Paul cried, "and keep to the track so that you don’t get lost!" "OK! " my dad cried back. After a while Uncle Paul and his fam house were out of sight. It was so peaceful and quiet and the colors of the brown rocks, the deep green pine trees, and the late afternoon sun mixed to create a magic scene. It looked like a beautiful woven(编织的）blanket spread out upon the ground just for us.
Suddenly a little rabbit jumped out in front of my horse. ________________________________
We had no idea where we were and it got dark. ______________________________________
Suddenly a little rabbit jumped out in front of my horse. My horse reared into the air, let out a frightened whinny, and galloped off the track. I held on for dear life, branches lashing into my arms and face. Finally he slowed down, then stopped, but looking around at the endless sea of trees, I knew we had gotten hopelessly lost. I called and the only answer was the rustling of the wind in the trees. The horse meandered through the lonesome pines, with me continuing to call and scan the horizon for a familiar landmark, ears pricked for the sound of a horse or a human voice.
We had no idea where we were and it got dark. At last I heard the welcome sound of rushing water -- the river! Gratefully we went to the bank and drank our fill. We followed it in the direction that the sun had set, and eventually heard the familiar frogs, and saw the comforting sight of the old farm house, my dad shining a huge lamp from the porch, guiding our way home.