7. I’ve decided not to go to the exhibition as I haven’t much ti me and I don’t expect (to win, to gain) much by the visit.
8. Look! The score is 2 : 2 now. Do you think Spartak will (to win, to gain) the game? 9. "You can (to remain, to stay, to le ave) the train for a few minutes if you want to”, the girl said to her friend, “but don’t (to remain, to stay, to leave) on the platform too long. I wouldn’t like (to remain, to stay, to lea ve) here alone”. 10. “Don’t (to remain, to stay, to leave) anything in the hall’’, the guide said to the tourists. 11. Peter asked his friend to lend him “The Financier” for a fortnight, for he had to give a talk on the novel and the only copy that (to remain, to stay, to leave) in the reading-room could not be taken out.
III. Fill In articles where necessary and retell the text.
In December 1936 during ... battle at ... approaches to Cordoba [koi'douvaj, in Spain, John Cornford, ... soldier in ... British battalion of ... International Brigade, died ... death of ... hero.
Cornford was ... poet and ... journalist. He was one of ... leaders and organizers of... Communist movement among ... British students. ... day before his death was his twenty-first birthday.
Cornford was born in 1915 in ... family of ... professor at... Cambridge University. ... talented boy showed ... parti cular interest in ... History and Literature at rather ... early age. At sixteen Cornford began to study "Capital” by Karl Marx and ... works of Lenin. In 1932 he joined ... British Communist Party. Two years later Cornford went to ... Cam bridge University. ... good-natured youth became popular with ... students there.
Cornford did not have much experience, but he gained ... lot by reading and ... independent work. He was one of ... best students at... University and a brilliant future lay ahead of him when ... event of great importance shook ... world: ... fascists started ... cruel war against ... Spanish people. Cornford left... University and became ... soldier in ... Inter national Brigade fighting in Spain for ... freedom and inde pendence of ... Spanish people. In Spain Cornford wrote several articles exposing ... anti-socialist nature of... fascism and ... true economic and political reasons which had bro ught ... fascism into being. Cornford did not live to see ... victory over German and Italian fascism in 1945, but he was one of those who gave their lives to win that victory, though he had fought for it long before... Second World War broke out.