to have a sore throat, to have toothache, to have a headache
a) Make up sentences, using the Subjunctive Mood.
to keep the appointment — not- to have a sore throat; not to have toothache — not to complain; to have a head ache — to put off; not to have a sore throat — not to have to stay at home
production, to produce
1. These machines have just been put into production.
2. The factory has increased production lately. 3. We cannot stop producing these machines, they are in great demand now. 4. There’s no need to produce your pass here. 5. He produced most of his pictures within that period. 6. He couldn’t produce any sensible explanation. 7. Most of the film-producing countries were represented at the Festival.
b) Answer these questions.
1. What films have been produced lately?
2. What goods are produced by the factories your firm deals with?
3. Where do you have to produce your pass (passport; cine ma, railway ticket)?
useless, useful, to make use (of), it’s no use, what’s the use (of), to use
a) Make up sentences, using the following.
1. It’s no use putting off the appointment
leaving a message trying to get in touch
putting up a notice here taking a step of that kind calling on mentioning
to give advice — to make use of; to make use of — old clothes; to make use of — somebody’s suggestions
1. Это совершенно бесполезно. 2. Интересно, знает кто- нибудь из вас что-либо о применении этого лекарства?
3. Какой смысл пытаться убедить их? 4. Нет смысла нани