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Времена в английском языке - Шмелев В.М.

Шмелев В.М. Времена в английском языке — Казань, 2000. — 148 c.
ISBN 5-7579-0386-4
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27.The hall (be) painted at the moment, so it (not look) its best.- But where are the painters? They (stop) work at 3.00?- No, they are in the kitchen. They (have) a tea break.
28.What the word ‘Establishment’ (mean)? My dictionary (not give) an explanation.
- It roughly (mean) the government and people who (have) power and authority.
29.1f we (say) that Mr Brown (belong) to the Establishment we also (imply) that he (accept) the existing system. He (not try) to overthrow it.
30.A11 rich men (belong) to the Establishment? - Middle-aged rich men probably (do) but rich young men like pop singers always (jeer) at the Establishment. The word (be used) chiefly in a pejorative sense.
31.The house opposite the college (be pulled) down. That’s why we (use) the back entrance at present. If you (go)* out by the front door you (get) covered with dust.
32.Tom: I (smell) something burning!
Jack: So (do) I. I (think) it (come) from the kitchen. Ann probably (iron). She usually (iron) and (watch) TV at the same time and if she (get) very interested in a programme she (forget) that she (press) a hot iron on to somebody’s shirt. Mother (think) of selling the TV set.
33.Mrs Jones: What you (look) for, Tom?
Mr Jones: I (look) for the garage key. I always (look) for the garage key, because nobody ever (put) it back on its hook.
Mrs Jones: I always (put) it back on its hook. Why you (not try) your pockets? (I advise you to try your pockets.)
34.1magine that you (travel) by train, in a crowded compartment. One of the passengers (read) a newspaper; another (do) a crossword puzzle; another (look out) of the window. Suddenly , the train (stop) with a jerk and your suitcase (fall) off the rack on to somebody’s toes.
35.This is a story about an invalid who (spend) most of the^day in bed. He has a powerful telescope and he (amuse) himself by watching the activities^ the people in the opposite houses. One day when he (watch) No.24 he (see) a murder being committed.
36.The cashier used to do the accounts and I used to check his figures; now the computer (do) it all.- And who (check) the computer?- No one. The computer (not need) a second opinion.- And what (happen) if the computer (make) a mistake?- The computer never (make) a mistake.
Упр. 10. Раскройте скобки, объяснив употребление той или иной формы глагола.
l.I’m about to move to London and I (try) to decide which books and records to take along.
2.’’You’re young,” he said. ’’Young people (do) a lot of foolish things.”
3.Why you (wear) an engagement ring? You are not engaged.
4.1t was a shock to her, but she is the kind that (not break) down.
5.One shouldn’t drink when one (drive).
6.She always (try) a little too hard to make people like her.
7.What he (do) there?- He (write) a book, I believe.
8.He (know) a lot of languages.
9.What you (do) when you are by yourself?
10.Elen (wait) for you.- Yes, I know.
11 .Why you (not try) to rest now, Sam? Try and sleep.
12.I’m sorry you (not feel) well, dear.
13.Ray, come here a minute, will you?- Oh, what you (want)? Can’t you see I (watch) the telly?
14.She asked George who hadn’t moved: ’’Well, what you (stand) there for? What you (think) about?”
15. What sort of parts you (play) on the stage?
16.Jill (be) rude to me. Why you (not stop) her?
17.”You ever (play) cards?” he asked,
18.She (suffer) from a very unusual form of kidney disease.
19.1 (not go) home for lunch on Mondays. Mother (get) up early on Mondays and (do) her washing.
20.”Come to my room this minute,” he said. ’’You (hear) me? Please, hurry, I (wait) for you.”
21.”Of course I Qoke),” he said in confusion.
22.”Yes, how time (fly)!” observed Zily.
23.The note (say) that you are to blame.- She (lie). -Who (lie)?- The teacher.
24.Philip looked down at his son. ’’You’re a little beggar,” he said. ’’You always (want) something.
Упр.11. Объясните, в какой ситуации используется каждое предложение.
I .The last train leaves at midnight.- The last train is leaving at midnight
2.They push the door open.- They are pushing the door open.
3.What do you do on your days off?- What are you doing on your days of?
4.They fish in the lake.- They are fishing in the lake.
5.He helps his father.- He is helping his father.
6.She always takes her sister to a party.- She is always taking her sister to a party. .
7.He leaves beside the sea.- He is leaving beside the sea.
8.He always thinks about other people.- He is always thinking about other people.
9.He always laughs at everything. - He is always (constantly) laughing at everything.
10.You’d better take your coat. It’s raining.- You’d better take your coat. It rains out there.
11.They dance every style.- They are dancing every style.
12.“I know I bore you, but don’t go,” he said.- “I know I’m boring you, but don’t go,” he said.
13.1 think they are both silly.- I think they are both being silly.
14. Who sleeps in this room?- Who’s sleeping in this room?
15.1 don’t eat fish.- I am not eating fish.
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