(shadows, shades) have grown very long, and there’s (sha dow, shade) everywhere. 4. He has (to refuse, to give up, to turn down) all my suggestions, and he says he will (to refu se, to give up, to turn down) to help me unless I (to refuse, to give up, to turn down) my foolish hobby, as he calls it.
5. "You’ve failed several times," Mr Spencer said to Da vid, "and I hate to upset you, but if you don’t succeed in finding a solution (решение) to the problem this time, you’ll have to (to refuse, to give up) it. I (to refuse, to give up) to lend you any more of my money.” 6. “My (private, personal) attitude to the matter is that the child must not be forgiven," said Mrs Burnell. “What would happen if everybody sho wed so little respect for (private, personal) property?”
7. Since the playwright wanted to know the (private, perso nal) opinion of some of his friends, he decided to arrange a (private, personal) hearing (прослушивание) of his new play. 8. “Can I make an (engagement, appointment) with the doctor for Monday?” “I’m afraid it’s inconvenient. The doc tor already has a number of (engagements, appoint ments) for Monday." 9. “These shoes are my size," said the woman, “and they feel quite (convenient, comfortable). Be sides, they are (convenient, comfortable) for autumn wear.”
IV. Fill in the blanks with one of the verbs. Be careful which form
a) to give in, to give up, to give away
1. If the old man's words had not been so convincing, the boy (not) .... 2. In speaking to Miss Posie, “Bill Summers” never mixed up any events or names, for he knew that one small mistake ... 3 "How’s Peter getting on with his music? I remember he used to be good at it.” “Oh, I’m sorry to say he ... it long ago." 4. Helen’s hard to deal with, it’s hardly any use trying to make her ....
b) to turn up, to turn down, to turn out
I. “I spoke to David about going to the lecture, but he wouldn’t listen.” “Don’t worry, he... in time." 2. The poor boy feels so discouraged, the teacher ... nearly all his draw ings. 3. “Have you seen my diary? I’m afraid I’ve lost it, and I can’t remember my appointments without it." “Oh, it .... Don’t worry." 4. It’s no use worrying about the out come (исход) of the competition. I’m sure everything ... all right.