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Option number 4
I. Open the brackets and put the verbs in Present Perfect, put the proposal to the Russian language.
1. They (to buy) a new car this year.
2. I never (to be) to Great Britain.
3. Can I have this newspaper? - Yes, I (to finish) with it.
4. Our partners already (to solve) the problem.
5. Your cousins \u200b\u200b(to arrive) yet?
6. My brother (to leave) school recently.

II. Put the verbs in the Present Perfect or Past Simple.
1. I (to read) these magazines lately.
2. My parents (to call) me last week.
3. I'm looking for Paula. You (to see) her?
4. Rose lives in St. Petersburg. She (to live) there for 15 years.
5. He (to watch) an interesting soap-opera on TV yesterday.

III. Expand the brackets, put the verbs in the Past Simple or Past Perfect.
1. When we (to get) home last night, we found that we (to forget) our keys inside.
2. Mother (to finish) to cook dinner, when her son (to come) from the University.
3. I (to wait) for half an hour before the bus (to come).
4. My brother (to enter) the University after he (to come) from the Army.
5. Jack (to tell) us yesterday that he (to visit) England two years ago.

IV. Open the brackets and put the verbs in the future tense (Simple, Continuous, Perfect), turn the proposals into Russian.
1. Engineers (to discuss) this problem tomorrow.
2. We (to have) meeting from 12 to 15 on Monday.
3. I (to finish) my report by next month.
4. My friend (to know) the result of his job interview in a day.
5. What you (to do) at nine o'clock tomorrow?

V. Emphasize the predicate proposals vidovremennyh define its shape, put the proposal to the Russian language.
1. Ann and her parents will go to Turkey next summer.
2. The secretary is discussing something on the phone now.
3. We went to the cinema yesterday.
4. I have not seen you for ages!
5. She was upset because her friend had not come to the party yet.
6. My father likes drinking strong coffee.
7. We were having an exam on History from 9 to 12 yesterday.

VI. Emphasize modal verbs and their equivalents in the proposals translate proposals into Russian.
1. I like this hotel room. You can see the mountains out of the window.
2. I was tired, but I could not sleep.
3. She need not clean the floor. It is not very dirty.
4. We must go to the bank today. We have not got any money.
5. If you have time, you should visit the Science Museum. It's interesting.
6. Our friend has to come on Sunday.

VII. Fill in the gaps appropriate modal verbs and their equivalents.
1. Traffic is awful in Moscow. You ... be careful. (Can / could / should)
2. I ... to meet my mother yesterday as she came home late. (Had / can / could)
3. You ... not drink it. It's poison! (Have to / must / may)
4. ... I smoke here? (Should / must / may)
5. Yesterday I ... come to the party because I was ill. (Must not / can not / could not)
6. You will ... speak English in a few months. (Can / be able to / could)

VIII. Turn suggestions on the Russian language, paying attention to the translation of nouns in the function definition.
1. Examination period usually lasts for about 3 weeks.
2. Most of the city parks are ready for summer season
3. The weather forecast for the weekend is not favourable.
4. She invited a lot of guests to her birthday party.
5. Computer games take all my son's free time.

IX. Translated into Russian, paying attention to the degrees of comparison of adjectives and adverbs and comparative constructions.
1. Your brother is taller than you.
2. My job is not very interesting. I want to do something more interesting.
3. Paris is one of most beautiful cities in the world.
4. The more we learn the more we know.
5. This hotel is not as expensive as

Additional information

X. Fill in the missing words, many, much, a lot of.
1. My best friend spends ... money on her clothes.
2. Did you buy ... food?
3. How ... people are coming to the party?
4. I don 'read very .... I do not have ... books.
5. Jim loves adventure films very ....

XI. Make affirmative proposal of the following words.
1. last, classmate, in, met, the, I, park, Sunday, my.
2. the Opera House, to, went, yesterday, we.
3. year, I, buy, a, will, new, next, car.
4. winter, she, have, in, exam, will, a difficult.
5. any, I, speak, do, languages, not

XII. Select the appropriate auxiliary verb for the following negative proposals: a) do, b) does, c) did, d) is, e) are, f) was, g) have, h) will ....
1. I ... not listening to you.
2. My uncle ... not send me any e-mail yesterday.
3. They ... not go shopping tomorrow.
4. We ... not seen Peter today.
5. My brother ... not drink coffee.
6. They ... not watching TV when I came home from work.

XIII. Put proposals to the negative form.
1. I speak English very well.
2. He found job after University rather quickly.
3. She is using the computer at the moment.
4. David lives in London.
5. Next summer we will travel abroad.

XIV. Fill in the gaps appropriate question words.
1. ... do you usually get up?
2. ... does your sister study?
3. ... is your mother cooking in the kitchen?
4. ... did you enter the Ural State University of Economics?
5. ... are you waiting for?

XV. Put the question to the selected words in a sentence. Start with the question of this word.
1. John wrote his report last night. When ...
2. The secretary is answering telephone calls right now. Who ...
3. I think we will go to the South by car. Where ...
4. My brother is a smart student. He wants to be a doctor. What ...
5. He did not come to the party as he was ill. Why ...

XVI. Read and translate the entire text written.
Climate of Great Britain
The climate of the UK is generally mild and temperate due to the influence of the Gulf Stream. The southwestern winds carry the warmth and moisture and humidity.
The weather is so changeable that the English often say that they have no climate but only weather. Therefore the weather is the favourite topic of conversation in the UK. The most characteristic feature of Britain's weather is its variability.
The English also say that they have three variants of weather: when it rains in the morning, when it rains in the afternoon or when it rains all day. Sometimes it rains so heavily that they say "It's raining cats and dogs".
Rainfall is more or less even throughout the year. In the mountains there is heavier rainfall than in the plains of the south and east. The driest period is from March to June and the wettest months are from October to January. The average range of temperature (from winter to summer) is from 5 to 23 degrees above zero. During a normal summer the temperature sometimes rises above 30 degrees in the south. Winter temperatures below 10 degrees are rare. It seldom snows heavily in winter, frosts are rare.


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