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I. Open the brackets and put the verb in the Present Perfect or Past Simple, move (in writing):
Colgate Palmolive
1. William Colgate (found) the Colgate Company in 1806 as a starch, soap and candle business in New York City.
2. For the first one hundred years, the company (do) all its business in the United States.
3. However, in the early 1900s, the company (begin) an aggressive expansion program that (lead) to the establishment of Colgate operations in countries throughout Europe. Latin America and the Far East.
4. Recently it (set up) operations in Turkey, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Eastern Europe and China.
5. Colgate-Palmolive (become) a truly global consumer product company, worth 6,6 $ billion and selling in more than 160 countries.
6. Colgate-Palmolive's five main sectors of business are: Oral Care, Body Care, Houshold Surface Care, Fabric Care and Pet Nutrition and Health Care.
7. In the area or Oral Care, Colgate-Palmolive is the world leader in toothpaste.
8. Since 1980, the company (increase) its share of this market by more than 12% to over 40% today
9. Oral care revenues (grow) significantly in recent years and in 1991, they (exceed) $ 1.3 billion.
10. As a result of the company's heavy investment in research and technology, it (develop) many successful toothpastes, rinses and toothbrushes.
11. To strengthen its presence in professional products, Colgate-Palmolive (buy) the Ora Pharm Company of Australia and the dental therapeutic business of Schever Laboratories USA in 1990.
12. For many years, the company (have) a strong dental education programme in schools throughout the world and (maintain) a close partnership with the intenational dental community.
13. Recently Colgate-Palmolive (enlarge) its school education programs to cover rural areas as well as townships in developing countries.
14. For the last three years, the company (be) a major sponsor of the International Dental Congress, the world's largest and most prestigious dental meeting.
15. The company (always pay) close attention to the environment.
16. It (already make) great progress in the use of recyclable bottles and packaging materials.
17. In the 1990 the American Council on Economic Priorities (choose) Colgate-Palmolive as one of the four most socially responsible companies in the United States.

II. Fill in the blanks form used to.
1. The baby does not cry so much now, but she ... every night.
2. Dennis does not smoke any more, but he ... 40 cigarettes a day.
3. She ... my best friend but we are not friends any longer.
4. She ... the best friend but we ... in Leeds.
5. When I was a child I ... Ice-cream, but I do not like it now.

III. Write the second part of the sentence in the present tense (the form used to no form of this time).
Sample: Ron used to study hard but now he does not study very hard. Ron did not used to smoke, but now he smokes.
1. Tom used to play tennis a lot but now ...
2. Ann never used to drink coffee bur now ...
3. Jill did not use to be fat, but now ...
4. Jack did not use to go out much but now ...

IV. Turn suggestions on the Russian language.
1. Whenever he was angry, he would walk out of the room.
2. We used to live next to a railway line. Every time a train went past, the whole house would watch it.
3. That cinema is nearly always empty now. I remember a few years ago it would be crowded every night.
4. When Jane came to their place, Jack would always take an umbrella with him whether it was raining or hot and would leave the house.

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V Turn suggestions on the Russian language.
1. This is the town I used to live in.
2. In the evenings Tom would come to my place and we would have a game or two of chess.
3. She would sit before the open window, watching with interest the busy life of the street.
4. The South West part of Moscow to be a place with villages of small houses here and there; now it has turned into an area with beautiful high buildings.
5. The two sisters are no longer as much alike as they used to be.
6. It's a pity she can not sing as she used to any longer.

VI Move the sentence in English.
1. Sometimes, she came to the seashore.
2. Sometimes there is seen a lot of people.
3. When I went to the theater, I often buy the cheapest tickets.
4. She's singing is not as good as before.
5. They used to meet in this park.

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