late for) any classes this month. 5. I never (to miss, to be late for) any new performances at this theatre. 6. I was sorry we (to miss, to be late for) the ten o’clock train, because we had to wait about an hour and a half for the next one. 7: Hurry up if you don’t want (to miss, to be late for) the performance. Don’t forget that you won’t be let in after the lights have gone down. 8. Take either book. They’re both very interesting. I’m sure you’ll (to enjoy, to be fond of) them both. 9. My friends asked me if I knew what would (to run, to be on) at this theatre on Sunday.
10. I was told that (one of these days; the other day) she would be going away to Gorky on business. II. We can’t say we (to enjoy, to be fond of) this play, though it’s taken from a very interesting novel.
XI. Перескажите следующие диалоги в косвенной речи.
“Are you free tonight?”
“Why? Are you going to invite me somewhere?”
“Yes, I’ve got tickets for ‘King Lear’.”
“It’s the first night, isn’t it? How did you manage to get seats?”
“Don’t ask me questions, just say whether you’re com ing or not."
“Of course I am. How can I miss a chance like that?”
“What’s on at our local cinema?"
“ ‘Hamlet’ with Smoktunovski.”
"It’s an old film, isn’t it?"
“Yes it’s had a long run, but it's still drawing a full house.”
“Smoktunovski is very good as Hamlet, isn’t he?”
“Yes, he’s my favourite actor. I don’t mind if we go and see the film again. Do you?”
“You’ve no doubt'heard the news. A famous Italian singer will be coming to Moscow soon.”
"Do you think you’ll be able to book sealts?"
“I’m not quite sure, but I”ll try.”
“Let’s hope for the best. You may be lucky enou'gh to get seats, after all. Why not?”