III. Dramatize the following scenes from the text.
1. Mr Green running into Mr Porcharlester on his way to Linda’s house.
2. Miss Linda and Mr Porcharlester having a talk at her home.
3. The servant handing Mr Green a letter from Linda.
IV. Make up dialogues, using the words given below.
1. Asking the Way
excuse me, the shortest way, to have an appointment, to be pressed for time, to change, it would be a good idea ..., to get off, more convenient, to run frequently, in no time
2. Running into a Friend in the Street
hello, for ages, to fail to get somebody on the phone, it’s no use, to be out, by chance, to be engaged in musical stu dies, fairly well, it’s a shame, to keep away, hard to get in touch with, to make arrangements, straight away, a con venient time (place), to look forward to, see you ...
3. Discussing Arrangements for a Party
to have a suggestion, convenient, to give a surprise, to be worth, to think of, to perform, the leading parts, to refuse, to try to convince, to make an attempt, not to have the cour age, perhaps, to make use of, to make all the necessary ar rangements, to look forward to, not to say a word.
4. At a Party
will you have some more ..., have another cup of tea, to have enough of, to have a dance, to sing, not to feel like, to make an attempt, to have a sore throat, it’s no use, to refuse, it’s a shame, to fail, to forgive
V. Write letters, using the words and word combinations below. Use the Subjunctive Mood if possible.
a) To й friend, describing a party you went to:
to forgive, not to write, for a long time, to have a lot of work to do, the other day, to run into, to invite, not to feel like .., to try to persuade, to do good, to hesitate, to give in, to come round, to set the table, to introduce, to call