Времена в английском языке - Шмелев В.М.
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3.The book will be a success. And the show will help (to) promote it.
4.How was the patient? - She’ll be fine.
11.1 .It’s our first date. - We’ll have another.
2.In two or three months, I’ll have an advance on my book and be able to put more money down.
З.Опе day you’ll have your own family, and I’ll be proud to be part of it.
4.Marilyn, you’re going to design my niece’s dress. That’ll be our first one, and then we’ll use it to sell others.
5. ’m glad you like it. We’ll spend many more weekends like this. And next time
we’ll bring Michelle. !
6.I’ll call Mr Riley at the bank and tell him we’ll see him in a couple of months.
7.Don’t be upset, Michelle. We’ll have a chance to talk to them later.
12.1 .I’ll promise I won’t leave early.
2.1 think we’ll cook dinner together.
3.1’m sure they’ll finish their work.
4.We’ll have a great camping out, I’m sure.
5.1 think he’ll sleep through the night now.
13.1.If Richard has a minute, he will take a few pictures.
2.1 shall/ will know the result tomorrow. As soon as I hear I’ll tell you.
3 .If you leave your keys with the hall porter he will take the car round to the garage.
4.Г11 go upstairs and stay with him until he falls asleep again.
5.Look. A traffic warden is putting a ticket on Tom’s car. Tom will be furious when he sees it. He hates getting parking tickets.
14.1 .At this time tomorrow morning Grandpa will* be sitting in the kitchen with us.
2.Yes, we’ll be arriving by car about ten o’clock Friday night.
3.Tomorrow night we’ll be camping out in tents.
4.We’ll be heading back late in the afternoon.
5.How about guests? How many people will you be bringing?
6.Don’t ring now; she will be watching her favourite TV programme. - All right. I’ll ring at 8.30.
7.1t’s 7 a.m. and here we are on top of a mountain. At home people will just be getting up now.
15.1.That oak tree will still be standing there fifty years from now.
2.Air hostess: We shall/will be taking off in a few minute. Please fasten your seat belts.
3.When will you be visiting us again?
4.Come on, Marjorie, or we shall all be getting polite.
5.1 heard that you will be taking a vacation next month.
6.141 be gqj^ng home to Greece at the end of the semester. r
7.The train will be stopping in five minutes. Please check to be sure you have your belongings.
16.1 .We’ll be looking for your book.
2.1 guess we’ll be seeing Alexandra again. ,
3.We’re expecting a baby. So we will be needing more room.
4.She wants to know when I think 141 be returning to the boutique.
5.I’ll be earning pretty good money if I get this job.
б.ЕПеп is helping her son Richard (to) prepare for a camping trip that he will be taking with his wife Marilyn, his sister Susan, and her husband Harry.
7.1 don’t know when I shall come to Whortley again, if ever, but very likely you will be coming to London.
17.1.We will have passed all the exams before you come.
2.1n two months time he will have finished his preliminary training and will be starting work.
3.He’s only 35 but he’s started losing his hair already. He’ll have lost it all by the time he’s 50.
4.Come back in an hour. I’ll have done my packing by then and we’ll be able to have a talk.
5.1 hope they will have repaired this road by the time we come back next summer.
18.1.1 shall have been working for three hours by this time tomorrow.
2.He will have been skating for more than three hours when you come home.
3.They will have been learning English and German for ten months by the first of June.
4.At 5.30 she will have been taking her lesson for forty minutes.
19.1 .We can have a birthday party for you, Carl, when you come out of the hospital.
2.Come on Michelle. Before Max wakes up.
3.Wait till Philip comes home and sees our progress. _ -
4.1 don’t plan to make any decisions until I have a chance to t^ilk with you about it.
5.Let’s wait till Richard gets back from the airport.
6.1have to remember to put hamburgers in the bag tomorrow morning before we leave.
20.1.1 said I should be delighted to see her.
2.Leaving a message that he would return in the morning he went home.
3.1 told him to come at six o’clock because I should be having my lesson at that time.
4.He told me that it was no use trying to get him-on the telephone in the morning, because he would be working in his garden from nine till twelve.
5.They assured me that they would have finished their work by six o’clock.
6.1 told you yesterday that I should have finished my translation by the time you come back.
7.They wrote to me that by the end of July they would have been living at the seaside for a month.
Действие, которое происходило до момента речи.
1 - has been playing 2 - have you been sunbathing 3 - have you been doing, have been using 4 - has been using 5 - have been playing 6 - have you been doing, have been looking, have been building 7 - have been trying 8 - have been walking 9 - has been riding 10 - has been making 11 - have been greasing 12 - have been pumping.