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1. Откройте скобки и употребите глагол в нужном времени, переведите.
- What you (to do) tomorrow when we (arrive) in London?
- If I (to be) free of watch I (to go) sightseeing. And what about you?
- As soon as we (to come) to London I (to speak) to the agent about the engine repairs. Until we (to repair) it we (not to put) to sea.
- What a pity you can`t do the city!
- I hope I (to see) something of London if we (to make) the repairs quickly.
- Let`s hope for the better.

2. Дополните следующие предложения, образуя расчлененный во-прос.
1. Jack isn`t in London now, …?
2. Susan hasn`t got a brother, …?
3. There aren`t any theatres in this district, …?
4. The cadets didn`t visit this museum, ...?
5. The Master won`t go ashore, ...?
6. The sailors mustn`t be examined by the doctor today, …?

3. Дайте три формы глаголов.
To write; to do; to find; to be; to go; to understand; to lose; to learn; to take; to say; to come.

4. Переведите на русский язык.
1. According to the contract the goods shall be delivered in 2 lots.
2. This agreement shall be rectified not later than December 31, 1999.
3. Under the contract the new ice-breaker shall be built next year.
4. Shall I translate the text?
5. Shall I make you some coffee?
6. Shall we do it now?

5. Переведите на английский язык, обращая внимание на соблюдение правил согласования времен.
1. Я думал, что книга интересная.
2. Я знал, что ты читаешь эту книгу.
3. Я надеялся, что книга будет интересной.
4. Я знал, что ты уже прочитал эту книгу.
5. Я знал, что эту книгу уже перевели.
6. Он сообщил, что приезжает во вторник.
7. Мы знали, что он уже приехал и живет в гостинице.
8. Я не знал, что он делает.

6. Укажите, перед какими из данных географических названий нужно поставить определенный артикль.
… Pacific Ocean; … Italy; … Baltic Sea; … Crimea; … Japan; … Thames; … Everest; … Red Sea; … Missisipi; … Antarctic; … Baker Street; … Urals.

7. Перепишите и письменно переведите текст.
The Discovery of the Antarctic
The Russian Explorers Faddei Bellingshausenтand Michail Lazarev are among the most famous for their discovery of the Antarctic.
At the beginning of the XIX century it was still unknown if there was a continent in the Antarctic. All the attempts to enter the unexplored area had failed.
In 1819 another expedition of two Russian ships the Vostok and the Mirny was arranged. The ships led by F. Bellingshausen and M. Lazarev left Kronstadt on July 16, 1819. They were bound for the Antarctic. The first port of call was Portsmouth where they got food supplies and the necessary equipment. Then they crossed the Atlantic Ocean and sailed along the Brasilian coast. On their way the navigators mapped and described the southern coast of the Island of South Georgia and some small Islands.
They proceeded further to the south in constant danger of running into huge icebergs. Foggy weather and stormy sea made the navigation very difficult.
On the 28th of January, 1820, the Russian ships crossed the Atlantic circle. In the mist the travellors saw a huge wall of ice the height of which was up to 45-50 metres. It was the Antarctic. The explorers wondered if it would be possible to beach somewhere there.
They tried several times to do it but failed. So they decided to sail eastward forcing their way through the ice packs.

8. Ответьте на вопросы письменно.
1. What geographical discoveries made by the Russian seafarers do you know?
2. What expedition was arranged in 1819?
3. What did the navigators do in the first port of call?

9. Расскажите об основной идее первой Антарктической экспедиции и ее результатах.


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