to admit that ... to treat smb., smth. to treat smb. to smth. to treat smb. for an illqess treatment a treatment for an illness to take treatment friendly (in a friendly way)
(See Vocabulary for Lesson 15, p. 432)
Harriet Beecher-Stowe ['haeriat 'bi:tja 'stou] Гарриет Бичер-Стоу Kentucky [ken'tAki] Кентукки (штат в США)
Wilson ('wilsn] Уилсон
George ['d33:d3l Джордж
Henry Butler i'henri 'ЬлИэ] Генри Батлер
Oaklands, Shelby County I'ouklsndz 'Jeibi 'kaunti] г. Окленд, округ Шелби
Canada ['ksnsda] Канада
I. Read the following sentences and translate them Into Russian (§ 17, p. 483).
1. “You shouldn't stare at people like that. It’s impo lite,” said the mother. 2. “I think you should wear this dress for the occasion. You look very nice in it.” 3. You shouldn't have given in. You were right. 4. Your friend should have reserved a table in advance. He knows that the 8th of March is a busy day for restaurants. 5. Why should you be responsible for something that happened in another de partment?
II. Practise aloud.
1. You should go and see the film. 2. He shouldn’t have put up with it. 3. His attempts to deal with the situation should be appreciated.
III. Change the following sentences in such a way as to use the modal verb should.
Model: I don’t advise you to make marks on the book.
You shouldn’t make marks on the book.