continued like this: I am sorry that you think so little of my love for Schubert’s serenade as to make fun of it." 9. Green felt that his teacher was right, and he had not the lip for the horn. So he never studied horn-blowing again. 10. When Green asked his wife to explain why she did not wish to see Porcharlester, she would not give her reasons.
IV. Find English equivalents for the following (See Text).
я оставил бы эту мелодию для себя: я не последовал этому совету; в конце июня; где я сошел и пошел пешком к ее дому; вы знаете, какая она хорошая; не может быть, чтобы это был ваш голос; это очень любезно с вашей сто роны; разве ей не нравится, как вы поете ее?; не говорите ни слова об этом; он на день опоздает; вам пора идти; если вы хотите сделать мне сюрприз; мы увидимся у миссис Локсли Холл; когда он ушел; при первой ноте я увидел, как она вздрогнула и прислушалась; он протянул мне письмо; я бежал всю дорогу; я сел в такси; он ничего дур ного ей не сделал
V. Give the situations in which the following are used (See Text).
to discourage, to be situated, to make an attempt, incon venient, to have the courage, in the shadow, to forgive, to hold out a letter, to respect, to produce, uselessly, to refuse
VI. Correct the following statements. Use the Subjunctive Mood.
Model: Mr Porcharlester was convinced that Miss Linda would enjoy the way he sang the serenade, and he did not hesitate to perform it in her presence. I’m afraid you are wrong. On the contrary Mr Porcharlester was not at all sure whether Miss Linda would like his singing. As a matter of fact he put off doing it because he did not have the courage to sing it in Linda’s presence. If he had felt sure of himself, he would have sung the sere nade long before.
1. The teacher was glad to encourage the Colonel to play the serenade, and he pressed him to do so, in spite of the fact that his pupil had paid him nothing.
2. The Colonel decided to make an attempt to serenade Lin da. He relied on Mr Porcharlester’s help, and on seeing him near Linda’s house, thought that the meeting was very convenient.
3. Porcharlester was convinced that it was himself and not his voice that Linda liked, but he hesitaded whether to