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c) Exercise translation Russian verbs to see to watch:
1. Where were you yesterday? I have not seen you at work (in the institution). 2. Look at the map. What is a map? 3. What movie you saw yesterday? - We saw a film about no¬vy students. 4. I will see my son's teacher in the morning. 5. He looked at me and asked, "You've worked in the factory three years ago?"

d) translation of verbs breakfast, lunch, dinner and related nouns:
1. When do you usually have lunch (breakfast, supper)? 2. He did not dine at home the day before. 3. You will go for a walk before dinner? 4. Do you invite your friends to dinner? 5. What we will have for breakfast today? 6. Where is your friend? - It has dinner.

d) on the use of verbs to ask for (ask), to ask (ask):
1. What did he ask? - He asks for a new magazine. 2. What did he ask? He asks about the family of Dmitry Petrov. 3. They asked us many questions about our country. 4. He did not ask my notebook, he asked me for the tutorial. He did not ask my notebook, he asked me for the tutorial.

e) the place of direct and indirect:
1. When will you give me that book? 2. You have given this book by Mary or Anne? - I gave it to Anna. 3. Do not read this article, I, I know it. 4. The teacher reads them a new text. 5. I want to read this article. Do not send it to them today.

VII. Fill in the missing prepositions, where necessary.
1. My friend likes playing ... chess. He spends a lot ... time ... it. Yesterday he played chess ... six ... the evening and only got ... home ... ten. 2. We spent Sunday ... the country. We went ... there early ... the morning and got back ... town late ... the evening. 3. We decided to ask our friends ... dinner tomorrow. ... Dinner we're going ... Central Park. 4. What are we having ... dinner today? ...

VIII. Fill in the blanks of articles where necessary.
"DO you want to go to ... country?" My wife asked me on Sunday. "I'd love to," I answered. We decided to go to ... Kuskovo and got there at eleven in ... morning. ... Weather was fine and we had ... long walk in ... park. We went back to ... town at four in ... afternoon. We had ... dinner, and in ... evening we went to ... theatre. (We often go to ... cinema or to ... theatre on ... Saturday or ... Sunday). ... Play was very interesting and we liked it very much. Then we went ... home. At ... home we had ... supper, played ... game of ... chess and went to ... bed at 12 o'clock.

IX. Open brackets, using a verb in the appropriate time, person and number.
1. Yesterday (to be) my day off. I usually (to wake up) early on my day off, but sometimes I (not to get up) at once. I (to get up) at eight o'clock yesterday. 2 "When you (to have) breakfast yesterday?" "I (to have) breakfast at nine in the morning. '' ....?

X. translated into English, using the active vocabulary lesson.
1. Who visited you yesterday? - Friends of my son. We were very glad we stayed (were) with us until the evening. 2. Where were you yesterday? - I went to the cinema. - Did you like the film? - Yes, it's an interesting movie. I liked it very much. - ...

XI. Translated into English. (Overview translated)
My friend Anne came to me on Saturday after work. We decided to repeat the words of dictation (from) the first five lessons. We started at seven in the evening. I love to Anna. She reads a lot and knows English. We repeated the words and read the text. .....

Exercises to develop oral communication skills
II. Make short stories, having used the following words and expressions.
1. a day off, weather, fine, to wake up, to get up, to decide, to stay over the week-end, to go to the country, to return, late, after supper, not to want, to play chess , at once, to go to bed
2. to like, to go to the theatre, after a day's work, often, to see, interesting, a play, very much, once, to get home, late, before

Additional information

I. Determine which of the following statements you used to when you go to turn the English language there is (there are) (§ 47. page 564).
1. In Moscow, a lot of beautiful buildings. 2. Kremlin in central Moscow 3. Exercise VI on the next page 4. At the 20th page there is a picture for the oral presentation 5. In his report there have been some mistakes. 6. In this article, there is nothing interesting. 7. The original Levitan "In the pool" is in the Tretyakov Gallery. 8. In many large rivers of Siberia. 9. How many theaters on the Theatre Square? - On the Theatre Square three theaters 10. Where is the Bolshoi Theatre? - It is on the Theater Square. 11. In St. Petersburg many historical monuments. 12. In many villages in Russia in the 19th century there were no schools.

II. Practise reading the following sentences, note the use of the turnover there is (there are).
1. There's a mistake in this sentence. |
2. There are a lot of new 'words in Text Five |
3. Is there a cinema in this street? |
4. What's there for dinner today ?!
5. There 'is not a university in that town. |
6. There's' no time for it today. |

III. Put the following sentences in the negative and Issues-tive form.
1. There's a blackboard in our classroom. 2. There are some English books on the table. 3. There were very many mistakes in your dictation. 4. There's a new grammar rule in Lesson Four. 5. There was a telegram on the table. 6. There was too little ink in my pen to write two letters.

IV. Expand the brackets by selecting the desired form of the verb, and emphasize the subject and predicate.
1.There (is. Are) a large table in my room. 2. There (is. Are) three windows in my classroom. 3. There (is, are) a table and four chairs in my sister's room. 4. There (is. Are) a blackboard, four tables and five chairs in our classroom 5. There (is, are) a text-book and two exercise-books on my table 6. There (was not, were not ) a school here in 1950. 7. There (was, were) very many children in the park yesterday.

V. Answer the questions, pay attention to the use of the turnover there is (there are).
1) What is there on the table?
2) How many books are there on the table?
3) What kind of books are there on the table?
4) Is there a blackboard in your classroom?
5) Are there many tables in your classroom?

VI. Put the question to the selected words.
7. There's a nice park in our city. (1) 2 There are five chairs in the room. (1) 3. There are some English text-books on my table. (2) 4. There are a lot of mistakes in your exercise-book. (1) 5. There were three mistakes in my dictation. (2) 6. There's a new cinema near my house. (1) 7. Mary teaches her children to play the piano. (2)

VII. Turn suggestions on the English language, paying attention to the use of the turnover there is (there are).
A. 1. In our city many schools and five institutions. 2. In the past year, our class was twenty-six students, and now it only twenty three. 3. At the table a lot of magazines? - No, only two. 4. In this room there are two windows. 5. What books are on the table? - It Russian and English books. 6. In our factory many engineers. 7. On this table there is (no) notebooks. 8. How many boys and girls in our class? - Twelve boys and eight girls. 9. Five years ago, near our house there was no school, (but) there is now a large new school.
B. 1. I have an interesting book on the table. On the table there is an interesting book. 2. It has no errors in dictation. This dictation no errors. 3. There are a lot of interesting articles. It is a lot of interesting articles.


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