Времена в английском языке - Шмелев В.М.
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47.Г11 be off to bed myself in a minute.
48.Honey, we don't have to move if you're not going to be happy about it.
49.1f you would supervise the refurbishing, I'll find the people to help (to) do it. 50.Frankly, I thought they'd be here, but...
51.1 like her. I'm going to miss her when she goes back to Greece.
52.Г11 be earning pretty good money if I get this job.
53.Tomorrow night we’ll be camping out in tents.
54. We'll have a great camping out, I'm sure.
55.1 hope Max goes to sleep after Richard and Marilyn leave.
56.1 told you you'd like it.
57.1 thought Max would be crying, and everybody would be awake.
58.How about guests? How many people will you be bringing?
59. Are you going to be reviewing the show, Mitchel?
60.You're going to be a great success.
61.The guests are waiting. Tom's about to open the doors. And stop worrying! They're going to love it.
Упр.22. Раскройте скобки, поставив глагол-сказуемое в форме Present Simple, Present Progressive или Future Simple.
Обратите внимание на предложения пп.1,13,17 и 18, где используется “драматическое” простое настоящее (Present Simple).
1.Ann (look) for a bed-sitter. She (see) an advertisement in the local paper and (ring) up Mrs Smith, the owner of the house. Mrs Smith (answer) the phone.
2.Ann: Good afternoon. I (ring) about the room you advertised.
Mrs Smith: Oh yes.
3.Апп: The advertisement (say) ‘Share bathroom and kitchen’. How many other people (use) the bathroom and kitchen?
4.Mrs Smith: Only one other - an Italian girl. And she (use) the kitchen very little. She (eat) out most of the time. I (not think) she (like) cooking.
5.Ann: That (suit) me all right. I (like) cooking. But how we (arrange) about paying for the gas we (use) in the kitchen?
6.Mrs Smith: The rent (include) gas for cooking, also hot water and light. But it (not include) heating. Each room has its own fire and meter.
7.Ann: I (see). And the room (face) the front or the back?
8.Mrs Smith: It (face) the front. It (look) out on the garden square; and it (get) a lot of sun. •
9.Ann: That (sound) very nice. Could I come and see it this evening?
Mrs Smith: Yes, the earlier the better.
10.Ann: 7 p.m. (suit) you? I (not be able to) come before that as I usually (not get) away from the office till 6 p.m.
1 l.Mrs Smith: 7 p.m. (be) all right. I (not think) you (have) any difficulty in finding us. The 14 bus (pass) the house and (stop) a few doors further along, outside the Post Office.
12.Ann: I’m sure I (find) it all right. I (see) you at 7.00 then, Mrs Smith. Good-bye.
13.At 6.30 Mr Smith (come) home from work. He (ask) his wife about the room.
14.Mrs Smith : I haven’t let it yet but a girl (come) to see it at 7.00.
15.Mrs Smith: She probably (come) at 7.30 just as we (sit) down to supper. People coming here for the first time always (get) lost. I (not think) you (give) proper directions.
16i.Mrs Smith: Oh yes, I (do). But nobody (listen) to directions these days. Anyway I’m sure this girl (be) in time.
17 Just theft the doorbell (ring). Mrs Smith (look) at her husband and (smile).
18.“You see,” she (say), and (go) to open the door.
19.Bill (on phone): Hello, Peter. Bill here. I (speak) from Southwold. I (spend) my holidays here this year in a caravan. You (like) to come for the weekend?
20.Peter: I (love) to. But how I (get) to you?
21.Bill: Get the 8 o’clock train to Halesworth and I (meet) you at the station.
22.Peter: OK. I (do) that. Are you near the sea, Bill?
23.ВП1: Yes. When the tide (come.) in, I’m almost afloat!
24.Peter: It (sound) marvellous!
25.ВШ : It is. Wait till you (see) it!
26.(Friday) Peter’s mother: What you (do) this weekend, Peter? (What plans have you made?)
27.Peter : I (spend) it with Bill in a caravan on the Suffolk coast.
28.Mother: The east coast in this wind! You (freeze) to death - if Bill’s cooking (not
kill) you first! How you (get) there? (What travel arrangements have you made?)
29.Peter: I (catch) the 8 o’clock train and Bill (meet) me at Halesworth.
30.Mother: Then I (lend) you my alarm clock, and we’d better have breakfast at seven. I (tell) Mary.
31.Peter: Poor Mary! She (like) a lie-in on Saturdays!
32.(Friday evening) Mother: I (give) you a call at 6.30, Peter, in case you (fall)
asleep again after your alarm (go) off. By the way, Mary, we (have) breakfast at seven tomorrow as Peter (go) away for the weekend and (catch) an early train.
33.Магу (petulantly): Peter always (go) away. I never (go) anywhere!
34.Mother: When he (come) home on Sunday night and you (hear) how awful it was,
you (be) very glad you stayed at home! j0
Упр.23. Раскройте скобки, поставив глагол-сказуемое в форме Future Perfect. Переведите предложения на русский язык.
1 .In a fortnight’s time we (take) our exam.
2.1 (finish) this book by tomorrow evening.
3.Ву this time tomorrow we (have) our injections.
4.By the end of next year I (be) here twenty-five years.
5.Г11 still be here next summer but Tom (leave).
6.1 (finish) this job in twenty minutes.