Н.А. БОНК Г.А.КОТИЙ Н.Л.ЛУКЬЯНОВА Учебник английского языка ЧАСТЬ 2
СКАЧАТЬ Бонк Н.А., Левина И.И., Бонк И.А. Английский шаг за шагом. (Курс для начинающих в 2-х т.) Text + Audio

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taken the same porter, that’s all”. 8. ! had nothing dutiable and said so. 9. I suddenly realized that the train would leave in five minutes.

IV.    Give the situations In which the following are used (See Text).

a dozen, plenty of, slightly attractive, under way, ordi nary, to get somebody through the customs, to practise, patiently, to share, io declare, to be due, the slightest effort

V.    Find English equivalents for the following .(See Text).

была некая мисс Брэдли; передавали друг другу сахар или хлеб; по моей инициативе; когда я сошел; очень любезно с вашей стороны; мы очутились на бор ту; еще четыре часа; извинившись, я прошел к кассе; вы едете вместе; не имело смысла ждать мисс Брэдли; а потом он осмотрит ваш багаж; когда вы пройдете досмотр; это было только начало; мне никогда не было ясно

VI.    Correct the following statements. Use the Subjunctive Mood wherever possible.

1.    Miss Bradley, a young girl of twenty, attracted the author’s attention by her beauty and remarkably intel ligent face. She was tall and slim, with regular features, and wore fashionable clothes.

2.    The acquaintance began the moment the author noticed Miss Bradley, so later on in the dining-car they had an interesting talk, though after that they didn’t see much of each other.

3.    In addition to being very attractive in appearance, Miss Bradley turned out to be an excellent companion. She must have travelled a lot and could speak on many inte resting subjects.

4.    When they got off together, the author had difficulty in getting a porter, as there were very few of them on the platform.

•5. The man looked forward to spending another four hours in Miss Bradley’s company, so he went along to the book ing-office, intending to book two tickets on the Golden Arrow.

6. The customs man dealt with the author’s luggage without asking him any questions, for he realized at once that these two were not travelling together. He went through the author’s suit-cases carefully, and then chalked Miss Bradley’s without a word.

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