Дополните предложения глаголами из списка, употребив их в утвердительной, отрицательной или вопросительной форме Future Simple.
Дополните предложения глаголами в скобках, употребив их в форме Past Simple.
Дополните предложения глаголами из списка, употребив их в утвердительной, отрицательной или вопросительной форме Present Simple.
| Make; come; take; play; rise; eat; translate; flow; cause;
2.Where ...(Marian) from? - She is Scottish.
3.It ...me an hour to get to work. How long ...(it) take you?
4.I ...the piano but I ...(not) very well.
5.The earth ...round the sun.
6. The sun ...in the east.
8.An interpreter ...from one language to another.
9.The River Amazon ...into the Atlantic Ocean.
10.Bad driving ...many accidents.
1.I knew Sarah was very busy, so I ...her. (disturb)
2.I was very tired, so I ...to bed early, (go)
3.The bed was very uncomfortable. I ...very well, (sleep)
4.Sue wasn't hungry, so she ...anything, (eat)
5.We went to Kate's house but she. ...at home, (be)
6.It was a funny situation but nobody ...(laugh)
7.The window was open and a bird ...into the room, (fly)
8.The hotel wasn't very expensive. It ...very much, (cost)
9.I was in a hurry, so I ...time to phone you. (have)
10.It was hard work carrying the bags. They...very heavy, (be)
| Be; get; like; look; meet; do
1.You must meet George sometime. I think you ...him.
2.It's raining. Don't go out. You ...wet.
3.They've invited me to their house. They ...offended if I don't go.
4.Goodbye. I expect we ...again before long.
5.I wonder what I ...20 years from now.
8.Употребите местоимения some/ any, no там, где необходимо.
1.I haven't got ...money. Can you lend me ...?
2.I couldn't make an omelet because there were ...eggs.
3.Can you give me ...information about places of interest in this town?
4.If there are ...words you don't understand, use a dictionary.
5.With the special tourist train ticket, you can travel on ...train you like.
9.Употребите местоимения something /somebody/ anything/ anybody/ nothing/ nobody там, где необходимо.
1.I was too surprised to say ....
2.Quick! Let's go. There is ...coming and I don't want ...to see us.
3.The situation is uncertain. ...could happen.
4.The accident looked serious but fortunately ...was injured.
5.`What did you buy?' `.... I couldn't buy ...I wanted.'
Перепишите и письменно переведите текст на русский язык. Сделайте лексико-грамматический анализ текста:
1) Выпишите из текста существительные, употребленные с неопределенным артиклем, переведите их.
2) Выпишите предложения с глаголом `to be' в роли сказуемого во временах группы Indefinite.
3) Подчеркните предложения, где используются местоимения some, any, no и их производные.
The actor Sir Anthony Hopkins was born in Wales on December 31st, 1937. He won an Oscar in 1988 for The Silence of the Lambs. He lives in Chelsea, London, with his wife Jenni. They don't have any children.
`Every day I get up at about 6.30 a.m., and I put on a tracksuit and go jogging for a couple of miles in the park. I go back home for breakfast. I have a grapefruit and an orange. I never use public transport in London, and I walk for miles, to meetings, to the dentist's - everywhere.
In the mornings, even when I'm not making a film, I always do something. I usually spend at least 90 minutes learning the script for my next film. I use a highlighter pen to mark each line. It helps me remember the words. I never read a newspaper or listen to the radio because it's all bad news.
I usually have a sandwich for lunch. I eat very fast -1 don't really enjoy any meals because I'm always restless. I'm not good at relaxing. The only time I rest during the day is at about 3.00 every afternoon, when I have a 15-minute sleep.
After my sleep I read the new scripts that people send me. I usually know after ten pages if they're good or not. Sometimes I do some shopping. We have a little Renault car, but I prefer walking. I like buying clothes, especially suits, by Armani or Cerruti.
My wife Jenni cooks in the evening, just a light dinner. I'm a terrible cook. We go out perhaps once or twice a week. We usually meet a friend and his wife. We hardly ever watch TV. I have a small television but it's in a cupboard. When we don't go out I play the piano after dinner, or I listen to messages on my answer phone and call people back.'
I go to bed at about 10.30 p.m. and go to sleep quickly. But I often wake up at 4.00 in the morning, and listen to the noise of London and think about the next day.