1. Счастливого пути. 2. Как вы доехали? 3. Путеше ствие из Москвы в Кисловодск скорым поездом длится около двух дней.
Stage III , .
1. Give adjectives which correspond in meaning to the following attri butive clauses. Translate the adjectives into Russian.
Model: which can’t be spoken of — unspeakable невыра зимый
which can be read (easily) — readable четкий, раз борчивый
which can’t be believed; which can be understood, which can’t be thought of, which can't be advised, which can’t be forgotten, which can be changed '
fl. Substitute the active vocabulary of the lesson for the italicized parts.
I. This question has been discussed for two months.
2. You will easily recognize the girl. She is tall, with fair hair and she will have a blue dress on. 3. The reason why she looks so sad is that she is not very happy about the results of the examination. 4. Mary put forks, spoons, knives and plates on the table and asked her friends to sit down to dinner. 5. This boy likes to laugh at other people’s expense in an unpleasant manner. 6. Whose duty is it to see that the work is done carefully? 7. I think this needs to be discussed in greater detail. 8. With age some people begin to see welt at a greater distance. 9. I was given an excellent description of the man, so I recognized him the moment / set my eyes on him. 10. I’m sure the holiday will help him.
Ilf. Fill in the blanks with prepositions or adverbial particles where
1. Instead ... buying something ... everyday wear, as she had first intended, Mary bought a sleeveless dress ... better wear. 2. Nick used to go ... the library ... time ... time to look ... articles ... the subject he was very fond .... 3. I won der why the waiter has set the table ... two people instead ... three. 4. While speaking at the production meeting, the manager ... the factory pointed ... that each ... the workers and engineers was responsible ... carrying ... the plan. 5. She said that the new film was worth seeing, but there was such an expression ... her face that I thought she was only saying it ... fun. 6. I’m afraid Peter takes ... his elder brother, who is also fond ... making fun ... people. 7. Won’t you join ...