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Use the language to write a similar guide for tourists who come to visit Kyiv.

16. Translate the sentences, choosing between learn () and find out ().

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17. Metonimical translation. Use the prompts in brackets to translate the sentences into English following the technique: . This plant makes airplanes.

1. 2000 . (to employ) 2. . (to see) 3. . (to involve) 4. 4 . (to injure) 5. 10 . (to kill) 6. ϳ . (to discuss) 7. . (to deal with) 8. (to show). 9. (the rate of growth in) . (to describe) 10. 5 . (to include) 11. . (to offer) 12. . (to introduce) 13. . (to use) 14. 500 . (to cater for)

18. Rephrase the sentences using to do the + -ing.

1. I hate going shopping at weekends. 2. I really must wash the dirty clothes today. 3. Its your turn to wash up. 4. Liz comes every Thursday to clean up. 5. I love cooking. 6. Lets read a little bit. 7. Lets go for a short drive.

19.Rephrase the sentences using to print / to contain / to carry / to offer / to broadcast / to post / to publish.

1. You can find a great deal of sporting news in this daily. 2. On our website you can read the latest news from all around the world. 3. On the national TV network you can watch religious programmes. 4. In the morning paper you can read a story about demonstration in New York and Washington D.C. 5. You will never see advertisements in our edition. 6. There is little interesting information in todays paper. 7. The news of this sort is never found in a specialized newspaper.

Match the idioms with their definitions.

1) to be in the bag 2) to be a snap 3) to have a bee in your bonnet about sth 4) to hit the nail on the head 5) to give sth a wide berth 6) to call it a day 7) to put your finger on sth 8) to let your hair down 9) to take a leaf out of sbs book 10) to be over the moon about sth 11) to be at odds with sb 12) to be up to scratch 13) to earn brownie points with sb 14) to blow your own trumpet 15) to talk to the hand 16) to hold your horses 17) to jump the gun 18) to be out of your depth a) to decide to stop working b) to tell everyone about your achievements c) to be in a difficult situation d) to copy someone elses behaviour e) to do something more slowly f) to be very happy g) to be certain to be achieved h) to be exactly right i) to disagree j) to start doing sth too soon k) to be very easy to do l) to avoid sth m) to be too much concerned about sth n) to know exactly to try to get praise o) to be good enough p) to relax q) not to want to listen

Translate the sentences using the above idioms.

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Write your opinion.

Id rather be first in the province than second in Rome.

to prefer to attract high quality status competition opportunities

 

UNIT 19

The Sequence of Tenses. Great Britain

Take it in turns to repeat after your teacher.

Crimea the Carpathians the Black Sea Ukraine; Brazil Portugese Rio-de-Janeiro the Amazon; Chicago Boston New York the Pacific Ocean; Edinburgh Wales the Thames the English Channel; Hindi New Delhi the Himalayas the rupee; Africa Mandela Uganda the Nile; Muslim Arabic the Persian Gulf Dubai; Chinese Mandarin the yuan Mount Everest; the Andes Argentina Spanish Latin America; Paris the Eiffel Tower the euro the Seine.

Word-formation. Complete the table.

Verb Noun
to acquire .
. agreement
. consideration
. investment
to discuss .
. thought
. utilization
to legislate .

Use the information in the table and translate the sentences into English.

reporting Verb past action present action future action
say the past simple the present simple the future simple
said the past perfect the past simple the future-in-the-past (would + infinitive)

1. , . 2. ³ , . 3. , . 4. , . 5. , . 6. , .

4. React to the sentences using I didnt know + past simple.

1. I am hungry. 2. Mutton chop is my favourite dish. 3. Fried meat disagrees with me. 4. Many English restaurants are closed on Sundays. 5. I want to order bacon and eggs. 6. Noodle soup is not on the menu. 7. Jim wants another cup of tea. 8. I like the pudding very much. 9. It is customary to tip waiters here. 10. Im on a diet.

5. Translate the sentences, choosing between say (say that) and tell (sb).

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Change from direct into indirect speech.

1. The students said, We study English. 2. The girl said, I learned French at school. 3. The man answered, He is an engineer. 4. My mum said, Ill be at home at seven oclock. 5. Mary said, I was there with my parents. 6. The boy said, I have done my homework. 7. The doctor told me, Ill come again in the morning. 8. The woman told us, I did not see Helen there. 9. She said, I am cleaning my room. 10. She said, I saw him at five oclock. 11. The teacher answered, London is the capital of England.

Change the following into indirect questions.

1. I asked him, How much did you pay for the bicycle? 2. She asked her guest, Do you want tea or coffee? 3. I asked him, Whats your idea? 4. I asked them, Where are you going? 5. They asked the assistant, Whats the price of this PC? 6. He asked me, Did you phone me? 7. The tourist asked, Which is the way to the airport? 8 The teacher asked the student, Why are you late? 9. She asked me, How long does it take to get there?

Write the jokes using reported speech.

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Schoolboy: Miss, can I be punished for something I havent done?

Teacher: No, of course, you cant.

Schoolboy: Thats good, because I havent done my homework.

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Customer: There is something wrong with these hot dogs!

Waiter: Well, sir, dont tell it to me. Im only a waiter, not a vet.

* * *

Customer: Is this tea or coffee? It tastes like kerosene!

Waiter: If it tastes like kerosene, it is certainly tea. Our coffee tastes like turpentine.

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Mother: I dont think our neighbours like Johnys music.

Father: What makes you think so?

Mother: Today they gave him a knife and asked him if he knew what was inside his drum!

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Woman 1: What did you hear at the Opera yesterday?

Woman 2: All sorts of things Smith is going bankrupt, Mrs Brown has dyed her hair, the Whites are having a divorce.

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Tom: Someone has stolen my wallet.

Tim: Did you feel a strange hand in your wallet?

Tom: Yes, but I thought it was my own.

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Painter: My picture makes everybody speechless with admiration.

Taxi driver: Oh, I must take my wife to see it.

Last week Julius had flu and had to call the doctor. When he was back at work, he told a colleague about what the doctor said to him. Change the tense of verbs only where necessary. Use the information in the table.

temporary action permanent action
we change the tense we dont change the tense

1. You have a high temperature.

2. You dont look after yourself properly.

3. Youve obviously been ill for several days.

4. You cant go to work.

5. Youre much too thin.

6. You dont eat sensibly.

7. You need to stay in bed.

8. You dont keep your flat warm enough.

9. Youve got a nasty cough.

10. You can phone me if you feel worse.

11. Youll feel better in a few days.

12. You need a good holiday.

Translate into English.

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