to enjoy one’s stay, to sunbathe, to swim, to go on excursions, to show round, to have everything necessary at one’s dispo-' sal, to hire, to arrange, to exchange impressions, "to have a lovely time, to do a lot of good
B. Dear Boris,
Tve Ъееп waiting more than an hour for you since the rehearsal began. Now I must be off, because I have an ap pointment at seven, so I am leaving you this message. It’s a pity you failed to turn up at the rehearsal. You would have... We should have...
to enjoy the way the instructor read the play, to take part in the discussion, to be interested in, to be given one of the parts, to learn the lines (реплики) together, to go to the park, to have a lovely time
IX. Read the following, then change the facts as indicated (указано) bcloW, using Subjunctive I.
When the porter decided that Mark Twain was Mayor of New York, he told the conductor of his discovery at once. The conductor’s attitude to Mark Twain changed immediate ly. He ordered the porter to take Mark Twain and his compa nion to the big family compartment. There the porter fixed the berths for them and made them comfortable. He even pro mised to turn the whole railroad inside out to please the important passenger.
Begin like this:
Let’s suppose the porter recognized Mark Twain and did not take him for the Mayor of New York. He would have... He wouldn’t have...
X. Fill in the blanks with the Gerund of one of the following verbs. Use the required preposition.
to read, to look up, to visit, to spend, to go, to fulfil, to invite
I. We gain a lot of knowledge......books. 2. 1 was only
able to translate the article ...... all the new words in the
dictionary. 3.......Moscow the group of foreign businessmen
went to Kiev and Leningrad. 4. He did not like the idea ... ... a holiday at a fashionable seaside resort, saying that
he would be more interested ...... to some place in the
country. 5. My friend said that he would come round ...