b) Make up sentences of your own.
to take part in the ama teur show to make arrangements to have an outing to be appointed to attend to something to go camping
1. He avoided... (to settle things by himself). 2. A lot depends on... (to settle the matter within...). 3. Nobody objects to... (to settle things straight away). 4. They apolo gized for... (not to settle ...). '
1. Собственно говоря, все уже решено. 2. Если бы все было решено, нам бы не пришлось собираться еще раз.
3. Все так неопределенно.
V. Answer the following questions, using the active vocabulary.
1. In which months is the weather fine in the Moscow area? Which months are usually wet?
2. Are we always pleased to have dry weather? When are we not pleased to have it?
3. Would it be wise to go for an outing in wet weather?
4. Is it usual to have occasional rain in September? What about August, February?
5. Does it clear up quickly after rain? Is this a feature of any particular season?
6. Where do you get the weather forecast from? Do you al ways rely on what it says?
7. Would you take a raincoat with you if the forecast said “occasional rain?”
8. Is it possible to get wet through in a shower?
9. What would you do if you were wet through?
VI. Answer the following questions and make up stories based on the answers.
a) 1. When was your last outing?
2. The weather forecast* promised a dry, sunny day, didn’t it?
3. Would you have started out if it had said "occasional rain”?