case, occasion) at the risk of his own life. 4. In the course of his long service at the hospital the doctor had to deal with many interesting (accident, incident, case, occasion), and so me of the (accident, incident, case, occasion) he told us about were really quite remarkable. 5.*For a whole fortnight the fa mily had been looking forward to the outing and Mary even made a new dress for the (accident, incident, case, occasion).
6. If you had told me about the (accident, incident, case, oc casion) before, I (to attract one’s attention, to pay special attention to) the man. He seemed quite ordinary. If you hadn’t pointed him out to me, he never (to attract one’s atten tion, to pay attention to). 7. When my daughter (to practise, to be trained) to become a French teacher, she had to (to practise, to be trained) sounds for hours, as their teacher (to attract one’s attention, to pay attention to) good pronun ciation. 8. “A wall down the middle would be a good way of (to share, to divide) the Exhibition hall into two parts. 9. I’m quite willing (to share, to divide) my small collection with you. It’s not a library in the proper sense of the word, but the books may prove to be very helpful in some (accident, inci dent, case, occasion). 10. As soon as their marriage (to be ad vertised, to be announced, to declare), the sale of the old house (to be advertised, to be announced, to declare) in the local newspaper, as Mr Bard (to be advertised, to be announced, to declare) that the young people would not live in the place.
V. Fill in the blanks with prepositions and adverbial particles-if neces sary.
1. The other day my sister had an accident while she was driving ... the country. Luckily nobody was killed ... the accident. 2. ... what cases are you allowed not to pay duty ... things you are taking ... the customs?
3. I’m going ... now. Shall I get something ... dinner?
4. I’m afraid, you can’t get... W. Street ... here ...
changing buses. 5. “I’m going ...... a fortnight' tomor
row; I do hope you’ll get ... together while I’m ... the mother said ... her children. 6. The signal had been given ... the passengers to get ... the train, and now they were exchanigir.g hurried farewells (прощальные привет* стбия) ... those who had come to see them .... 7. If you are patient ... Ann ... her trouble, she’ll get ... it sooner.
8. I don’t consider this patient to be a hopeless case. If we treat him at once, he’ll get ... his illness comparatively soon, I’m sure. 9. Before starting the game, the children divided the field ... two. 10. I like the way this girl divides