IV. Translate the following word combinations into Russian.
an overcrowded tram, a powerful machine, a cheerful song, a good-looking youth, the overfulfilment of the plan, overtime work, a nice cigarette-holder, a newly-built power- station, a well-dressed woman
V. Translate into Russian. Pay particular attention to the Italicized words.
1. The weather in London is very changeable. 2. Every body found the story unbelievable. 3. I think there’s a no ticeable improvement in this student’s knowledge. 4. The man said that he would not be answerable for the results unless his advice was carefully followed. 5. “It’s not ad visable to spread the information yet,” said the banker.
VI. Translate the following word combinations into Russian.
went in quickly, make me live with you, the books you write, let me tell you, wants me to retire, the last argument she could think of, all the advice you need, all that was the best in English literature, she got in, the kind of person she could ask, the very man Albert had described, to get out
VII. Answer the following questions, using the active vocabulary of the lesson.
1. Why did Mrs Bullfinch hesitate before she opened the door?
2. Why did Albert greet Mrs Forrester cheerfully?
3. Why didn’t Mr Forrester want to speak to his wife alone?
4. Why did Mrs Forrester say that she didn’t blame her husband tor anything?
5. Did Mrs Forrester really do everything in her power to interest her husband in art and literature? What was the final result of her efforts?
6. What did Albert think of the people who surrounded his „wife?
7. Albert’s partners decided to settle everything nicely, didn’t they? What did they mean by that?
8. What was Mrs Forrester’s last argument in the conver sation? Did she bring it in because of money considera tions alone?
9. Why did Mrs Forrester burst out laughing at the idea of writing a detective story?
10. What did Albert and Mrs Bullfinch think of detective stories? Did they find them dull and all alike?