d) Use a synonymous expression.
1. Doctor B. will not be engaged this afternoon. You can ring him up at the surgery and arrange to see him between 3 and 5 p. m. 2. You can rely on him. He is sure to come in time unless something unexpected holds him up. 3. I’ve made an appointment with Mr Smith, and I am looking for ward to seeing him. 4. He’s been given the position of man ager and it's really impossible to get hold of him on the phone now.
to arrange, arrangement, -
to make arrangements
a) Translate and practise aloud.
1. I’ll arrange everything myself. 2. I've arranged for you to see him Thursday morning. 3. We’ve made all the necessary arrangements for the trip. 4. Have you made ar rangements about a room?
b) Make up sentences, using the same structures as in the models and translate them into Russian.
Model 1: I’ll arrange for you to come Tuesday afternoon.
Have you made arrangements for them to visit the museum?
to book tickets, not to be late, to stay with smb., to consider something straight away, to be shown round the place, to exchange opinions on .... to get in touch with some body, to visit the factory
Model 2: He made arrangements for the party.
We made arrangements about rooms at a hotel.
the meeting, the excursion, dinner, the bus, the luggage, the journey, the final match, our stay there
IV. Answer the following questions. Make up stories based on the in formation gained from the answers (to be done after each set).
a) 1. Were you trained to be an engineer?
2. Where did you get your training?
3. You’re interested in your work, aren’t you?
4. What kind of machinery do you deal with?
5. Are you in close touch with other offices or factories?
6 Бон* H. А. и др., ч. II 161