1. Stephen wanted to spend all his time and energy on art. 2. Although his father was against it, he left England for France. 3. “I’ll wait for you downstairs," he shouted to Step* hen. 4. Oustide, he held out his hand. 5. Stephen, who had no friends in Paris, was glad to meet Chester. 6. Chester led the way through to a little yard and, calmly taking off the card which said that the table was not to be occupied, invited Step hen to be seated. 7. Madame Chobert tried to give her rea sons, but in the end Harry Chester’s pleasant way of beha ving was too much for her. 8. After Harry Chester had said something else about Philip Lambert, he suddenly straightened himself in his chair. 9. Lambert took a look at Stephen, then he bowed politely as if considering the young man was worth knowing.
III. Find English equivalents for the following (See Text).
проучившись несколько лет в Оксфордском универси тете; вы ведь англичанин, да?; на улице Честер протянул ему руку; как насчет того, чтобы позавтракать со мной?; по предложению Честера; Филипп Ламберт тоже из уни верситета; если бы не оставил его ради искусства; затем он сказал; (здесь) очень весело; никогда не знаешь, когда он объявится; когда он подошел к их столу; а теперь тебе пора уходить; мы уже уходим; я хочу познакомить вас с Десмондом; (очень) рад познакомиться; приходите ко мне на чай на днях; Гарри вас приведет; Стефан взял счет
IV. Give the situations in which the following are used (See Text).
to devote, against one’s will, to feel lonely, to remove, to argue, to tell somebody (from), a habit, to appreciate
V. Correct the following statements.
1 Stephen’s father wanted his son to devote his life to art and he had no objections to Stephen joining Professor Dupret's Art School.
2. At first sight Harry impressed Stephen as an unpleasant man; in addition Stephen knew a lot of people in Paris and did not feel like making friends with the young Englishman.
3. As there were no vacant tables in the restaurant, Chester went over to the table reserved for his friend. As soon as Madame Chobert saw him do it, she ran up to protest, because she disliked Chester very much and hated to see hsm in her restaurant.
4. During lunch Chester boasted openly about his ability and the connections of his family. Stephen realized, how