to pull, to push, to pull down, to pull up (at, to), to pull oneself together
I. Don’t push the door, pull it and it will open. 2. I must have this tooth pulled out. 3. This old house is going to be pulled down soon. 4. Pull yourself together and stop crying.'
5. The boy caught hold of the man’s hand, and the man pulled him up. 6. Look out! The train is pulling up.
b) Answer these questions.
1. Where does one have to go to have a bad tooth pulled out*
2. Why are many houses being pulled down in Moscow?
3. When do you have to pull yourself together?
1. Я буду тянуть шкаф, а ты толкай его. 2. Интересно, когда снесут этот дом. 3. Он (никак) не мог взять себя в руки. 4. Когда мы добежали до остановки, автобус уже подошел.
to beat ,
1. Stop beating that dog! 2. The flowers were beaten down by the rain. 3. When was the German army beaten at Kursk? 4. Their team beat ours 4:3 (four to three).
1. Его сердце сильно билось. 2. Не следует бить маль чика, накажите его другим путем. 3. «Спартак» был побеж ден со счетом 2:1.
c) Use all possible tense-forms, at the same time changing the adverbial
“Spartak" beat “Dynamo” in the last match.
I. Paraphrase the italicized parts, using the active vocabulary of the lesson.
1. I’ve tried my best to do something, but as you see I am unable to help you. 2. Why was Ann gloomy yesterday? She wouldn’t even smile though I tried to make her cheerful.
3. The story was so funny that the guests laughed very loudly