Jafca Reed ['d^Dn 'rid) Джон Рид
A%ert Rhys Williams ['aelbst 'ri:s 'wiljamz] Альберт Рис Вильямс Portland ['patland] Портленд (город в США)
Orcfon ('origan] Орегон (штат в США)
■artard I'havad] Гарвардский университет Paterson J'paetasn) Патерсон (город в США)
Cetorado l.ksla'rardou] Колорадо (штат в США)
Tarkey ('t»ki| Турция Як Smolny [бэ 'smalm) Смольный lit Kremlin [бэ' kremlin) Кремль
I. Translate into Russian, analysing the Participles and the Ge- mnds (§ I, p. 463).
a) 1. "You must write out correctly all the sentences in which you’ve made mistakes”, said the teacher, giving out the exercise-books. 2. Some people do not like plays taken from novels as they believe that a novel can seldom be made into a successful play. 3. Look at the girl fitting in a form at the desk. She is our Institute skating champion. 4. “When crossing the street”, said the policeman to the man, “be very careful”. 5. The student was nervous when writing his paper and couldn’t stop worrying until he had handed it in. 6. Hearing that Comrade Petrov had fallen ill, we decided to go and see him.
b) 1. Having registered all the letters, the secretary sent them down to be posted. 2. Having won the first match by only one point, the players realized that they must train much harder to win the championship. 3. Not finding my friend at home, I left a note for him. 4. On entering the room he introduced himself to all those present. 5. After looking through the morning mail, the manager called in his secre tary and dictated a few letters. *
II. Change the construction of the sentences, using Participles or Gerunds (§ I, p. 463 and Table 9, p. 502).
1. After they had finished the translation, the students were allowed to leave the room for a while. 2. Hs they had not bought tickets in advance, they had to go to the theatre long be fore the show started. 3. After she had spent a week in the country, Ann looked almost fully recovered. 4. /Is I had lent my dictionary to a friend, I had to go to the library to get one for myself. 5. The boy was afraid that he would not be much