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Option №6
I. Open the brackets and put the verbs in Present Perfect, put the proposal to the Russian language.
1. I (not to surf) the Internet for a long time.
2. She always (to want) to be a computer programmer.
3. You ever (to eat) lobsters?
4. What's the most interesting film you ever (to see)?
5. She never (to be) abroad.
6. They (to visit) New York many times this year.

II. Put the verbs in the Present Perfect or Past Simple.
1. I (to be) to London this year.
2. I (to go) to London three years ago.
3. You ever (to be) to London?
4. When you (to go) to London?
5. Rose works in a factory. She (to work) there for 10 months. Before that she (to work) as a waitress in a restaurant.

III. Expand the brackets, put the verbs in the Past Simple or Past Perfect.
1. When I (to call) my friend, he (to go) out, so I (talk) with his mother.
2. I (to buy) a new mobile because I (to lose) my old one.
3. My computer (to break down) and I (to lose) all the work which I (to do).
4. Richard (to buy) a new note-book yesterday because he (to fill) his old one.
5. Alex did not recognize his classmate. He (to change) a lot.

IV. Open the brackets and put the verbs in the future tense (Simple, Continuous, Perfect). Turn suggestions on the Russian language.
1. I hope he (to get) a god job soon.
2. I do not think they (to arrive) early.
3. Tom (to wait) at the station at 4 pm
4. By next month she (to live) in this house for 20 years.
5. What you (to do) at this time tomorrow?
6. We are sure she (to move) to Moscow.

V. Emphasize the predicate proposals vidovremennyh define its shape, expand the brackets, put the proposal to the Russian language.
1. Look! The sun (to rise). It's so beautiful.
2. The sun (to rise) at 8.15 yesterday.
3. The sun (to rise) in the east.
4. When we got up, the sun already (to rise).
5. You ever (to see) the sunrise?
6. When we (to watch) the sunrise yesterday, it (to start) raining.

VI. Emphasize modal verbs and their equivalents in the proposals translate proposals into Russian.
1. My younger sister could speak good English when she was 8.
2. It's a great book. You must read it.
3. May I use this computer, please?
4. She did not have any time during the day, so she had to write the report at night.
5. He was not able to fix the computer himself. He had to call a technician.
6. You should go to the doctor. You do not look well.

VII. Fill in the gaps appropriate modal verbs and their equivalents.
1. There were big traffic jams yesterday. We ... we walk 3 blocks. (Must / had to / may)
2. He ... spend hours online. (Must / should / can)
3. ... I use you phone? (May / am able to / was able to)
4. You do not ... buy a new computer right now. (Must / had to / have to). I ... give you mine for some time. (Should / can / must)
5. I'm sorry, but I ... not call you yesterday. (Could / must / may)
6. Do you think he ... to solve this problem? (Can / must / will be able to)

VIII. Turn suggestions on the Russian language, paying attention to the translation of nouns in the function definition.
1. She wanted to get a job of a sales manager.
2. Her work experience was long enough to apply for this position.
3. The job interview went very well and she got the job.
4. She got a pay rise last year.
5. She is planning a national sales campaign now.

IX. Turn suggestions on the Russian language, paying attention to the degrees of comparison of adjectives and adverbs and comparative constructions.
1. His job is boring. He wants to do something more interesting.
2. The longer he works, the less he likes his job.
3. His salary is much smaller than mine.
4. He is the most experienced accountant I have ever known.
5. She is not as

Additional information

X. Fill in the missing words, many, much, a lot of.
1. I do not like watching TV so I do not need ... channels on my TV set.
2. Do you have ... information about the economy of Russia?
3. He communicates with ... people on the Internet and spends very ... time online.
4. How ... time do you spend at the computer?
5. How ... e-mails do you send a day?

XI. Make affirmative proposal of the following words:
1. as a, in a, works, sister, younger, company, my, big, bookkeeper.
2. Mathematics, my, at school, were, subjects, and Chemistry, favourite.
3. very, some, there are, in, places, Ekaterinburg, interesting.
4. Russia, Ekaterinburg, the, one, is, of, in, cities, largest.
5. of, are, we, of, the, Economics, Ural, University, students, state, part-time.

XII. Select the appropriate auxiliary verb for the following negative proposals: a) do, b) does, c) did, d) is, e) are, f) was, g) have, h) will ....
1. We ... not study yesterday. It was Sunday.
2. She ... not work anymore. She is retired.
3. He ... not been to New York yet. It's his dream.
4. You ... not reading this newspaper. Can I take it?
5. It ... not rain tomorrow. I heard the weather forecast.
6. Where is Ann? I ... not know. I ... not seen her today.

XIII. Put the following sentences in the negative form.
1. We have been to France this year.
2. She likes reading very much.
3. She went to the library yesterday.
4. They go to the cinema very often.
5. He is a very good student and he studies very well.

XIV. Fill in the gaps appropriate question words.
1. ... and ... were you born?
2. ... were your favourite subjects at school?
3. ... many new subjects do you study at University?
4. ... did you decide to enter the Ural State University of Economics?
5. ... influenced your choice?

XV. Put the question to the selected words in a sentence. Start with the question of this word.
1. I finished school last year. When ...
2. We study Economics. What ...
3. He is taking an exam now. Who ...
4. She studied at school in Pyshma. Where ...
5. We have already taken three exams this month. How many ...

XVI. Read and translate the entire text written.
Schooldays of a Rock Star
Bill Wyman, now in his sixties, was a member of The Rolling Stones, one of the most successful rock bands in the world. Here he tells us about his childhood.
"I was one of three kids out of my primary school to get a place at grammar school. I was happy because I liked learning, but my father was not very pleased because I had to wear a uniform. The uniform was expensive, and we were very poor. Also I needed a bicycle because the school was a long way from where I lived.
One day, a boy from school invited me to his house. It was a lovely house - a palace compared with mine. My father said I could not invite my friend back to my house. In fact I did not want my friends to visit me - it was too embarrassing.
We lived in a small house. We had no electricity or running water, and the toilet was in the garden. There was no heating in the house. In winter there was ice on the inside of our bedroom windows, so getting out of bed was really hard.
School was going well: I was about 16 and had to take my exams. But one day my father said, "Right, I've had enough of your school. You're leaving. "
I left school and started earning money for the family and I never went to college. That was the end of my education but I can not complain - after that I got into music, and the rest is history! "


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