phen. 5. Stephen, to be praised for, to paint, excellent pictu res. 6. Stephen, to realize, a lot, to depend (on), to get to know life better. 7. Stephen, not to mind, to mix with, simple people. 8. Lambert, not to feel like, to invite Chester, to his place. 9. Instead of, to go to another restaurant, Harry, to remove, to mark, to reserve.
III. Substitute the active vocabulary of the lesson for the italicized parts.
1. She’s so fond of playing the piano that she spends nearly all her free time playing it. 2. You’ll find it difficult to talk her out of doing so. She’s the kind of person who never gives in, in spite of all difficulties. 3. The girl insisted On go ing to an art school, although her uncle was very much aga inst it. 4. Standing at the foot of a high hill, the travellers could see a house with no other buildings around, situated half way цр. 5. When dinner was over, the tables were taken out of the room to clear the place for dancing. 6. After hiding the flag in the high grass, the boy wrote something on a nearby tree so as not to forget the hiding-place.
7. I can’t believe that Ann shouted at him. She’s the kind of person who never shows her feelings. 8. He’ll never give reasons for or against a matter unless he’s quite convinced of the facts. 8. Have you ever seen him dance? He has a stran ge way of holding his partner away from him. 10. Your work’s not satisfactory yet. My idea' is that you should re write the first and the second p^-rts. 11. I think highly of his knowledge and experience.
IV. Fill in the blanks with one of the following verbs in the correct form.
a) to call out to, to call at, to call on, to call for, to call on (upon) somebody to do something, to call up, to call off
1. Why didn’t you come back when he ... you? 2. Do you know that Ann’s been away with a cold.for a week? I ... her if I were you, I think she feels lonely. 3. I’m very sorry, the manager has left already. If you ... the office just ten minu tes ago, you would have found him. 4. If the matter had been urgent, he ... me. 5. I suggest leaving this parcel with Ann. We can ... it later. 6. The speaker ... his fellow-students to devote more time to their work. 7. The excursion ... because of the bad weather.
b) to tell, to tell on, to tell by, to tell from
1. "You must give up the habit of sitting up late/’ said the doctor. “You feel well now, but it ... you later.” 2. “I’ve