Hi hly2004,Hi, everyone:
Being surprised, he was left
Surprised, he was left
I know the correct one is the second one, but I don't know why the first one is wrong. Could you please explain it to me?
You could say, "Gladly, he accepted the appointment." This tells us he was glad.Oh, I am really sorry for my mistakes.
My main concern is intended to be whether "being" could be ommitted without actual change of meanings. If the answer is yes, then why I could not say
"Being glad, he accepted the appointment"?
"Glad, he accept the appointment".
It actually is from another recently posted thread.
Hello!I see, many thanks