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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Учебник английского языка
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щать; я не могу зашторивать окна днем; потом они пере глянулись, не говоря ни слова; на фоне кирпичной стены все еще виднелся один листок; очевидно, он безнадежен; они не могли себе представить, где он был в такую ужас ную ночь; он нарисовал его там ночью, когда упал послед ний листок.

IV.    Substitute words and word combinations from the text for the

italicized parts.

I. If a patient is no longer interested in life, it takes away 50 per cent from the power of medicine. 2. After the doctor’s departure Sue went out into the hall and burst into tears.

3. As soon as Sue stopped crying, she walked gaily back into the room, singing merrily. 4. The cold autumn winds had blown off its leaves until there were nearly none on it. 5. Sue did as she was asked to. 6. At dawn Johnsy ordered Sue to open the curtains. 7. I am sorry / was so wicked. 8. He’s a weak old man and must be beyond hope.

9. Weren't you surprised why the last leaf never moved when the wind blew?

V.    Give the situations in which the following are used (See Text).

to differ, a strain, a prescription, somehow, to check, to keep up with, to control, to be disappointed, to handle, with force, to suffer, to imagine

Stage II to suit, suitable

The actor These planes The doctor The armchair The arrangement The plan The hat The place These shoes to be

a)    Make up sentences of your own.

not to suit — to put off; to be suitable — to accept; to suit — (not) to hesitate

b)    Make up as many sentences as you can and give situations in which you might use them.

The time of the meeting

to prove (to be) to turn out (to be) to seem (to be) convenient