VIII. Заполните пропуски предлогами и наречиями, где это необхо димо.
1. I advise you to hide the matches......the children.
2.1 wonder why Nick is behind Mary... his English. I always thought he was very good ... languages. 3. The man spoke ... a whisper, and there was a strange expression ... his eyes. 4. The expression ... the child’s face said that he didn’t believe a single word ... the story. 5. “It was silly ... Mr Winter to lend ... the man so much money. Doesn’t he know that he has already borrowed large sums ... many other people and never returned them so far?” said the old lady. 6. The young man saw the old woman’s gloves fall
......her bag and hurried to pick them......her.. 7. You
can’t make the boy obey ... you by shouting ... him all the time. 8. I don’t think you’ve lost your note-book. Let’s look ... it carefully, and I’m sure we’ll find it. 9. Will you throw that little box over there ... me, please? Don’t be afraid. Nothing will happen ... it even if it falls ... the floor.
IX. Составьте предложения no следующим образцам, используя данные слова и словосочетания.
Образцы: 1. He’s supposed to come to see us to morrow.
2. He was supposed to be here in the eve ning, wasn’t he?
3. She wasn’t supposed to know about it.
4. Who was supposed to do it?
5. People aren’t supposed to smoke here. to produce a ticket; to lend books (money, skis, skates);
to stay with smb.; to arrive at a hotel (at a station, port); to introduce smb. to smb.; to give a talk on smth.; to see smb. home; to accompany smb. to the theatre; to look after the matter (children); to look through the letters (articles)
X. Заполните пропуски артиклями нли притяжательными местоиме ниями н перескажите текст.
Mark Twain, ... famous American writer, was once invited to ... opera by ... friend. ... friend was very rich. He and ... wife had ... box at ... opera house.
When they had taken ... seats in ... box, ... writer was unpleasantly surprised to realize that he must avoid turning ... head to ... lady, because ... moment he did so, she started talking loudly and gaily about ... things