I. Write the following sentences:
1. This man is a sailor.
2. His friend studies at the Marine College.
3. He has little free time.
1. There are some charts on the table.
2. Our ships call at many foreign ports.
3. These women work in our port.
II. Write the following sentences
a) as a question:
1. They go ashore in every port.
2. The captain will be aboard at 11 am
3. Your ship left Riga on March 21.
4. They loaded timber on deck.
5. Your captain knows English well.
b) in the negative:
1. Tankers call at the port of Odessa.
2. We can enter the port without a pilot.
3. The captain ordered two tugs.
4. They will be able to complete loading before dark.
5. We took wheat in our last port of call.
III. Put the question to the selected words:
1. The chief mate is on the bridge.
2. They usually carry general cargo.
3. His vessel will return to Tallinn in a month.
4. He works at the Baltic Shipping Company.
5. There are four foreign ships in our port.
6. We passed the island at 16 pm
7. The watch officer met the pilot at the pilot ladder.
IV. Ask your friend:
1. how long they stayed in London;
2. if he went ashore there;
3. what interesting places he saw in London;
4. if he understood English well;
5. when they returned to Leningrad.
V. Answer the questions:
1. What ports does your ship call at?
2. How long do your voyages last?
3. What cargo does your ship carry?
4. When is it more pleasant to be at sea - in summer or in winter?
5. How do you feel during heavy storms?
VI. Translate into English:
1. In our country there are many ports.
2. In winter tugs assist vessels in and out of ports.
3. My friend returned to St. Petersburg on December 21.
4. Our flight lasted more than a month.
5. We went to Liverpool.
6. They go from Riga in 10 days.
VII. Create a story on the topic: "My working day."
The story is made in the present tense, and must contain at least 8-10 sentences.