to feel well, to be unable to stand the sight). 3. He looks as if (as though) he... (still to be unable to get over the news, to do something wrong, to be disappointed in some thing). 4. She speaks of the event as if (as though) she... (to see it herself, to be quite indifferent to it, to find it very boring). 5. She looked pale, as if (as though) she... (to be ill for a long time, to be going to faint, to practise too much indoors, not to recover completely). 6. She shook her head slowly, as if (as though) ... (to hesitate whether to accept the offer, to make up one’s mind to deny every thing, still not to be obvious). *
V. Make up sentences, using the same structure as In the models.
1. He stood quietly, as though he were listening to something.
2. She burst out laughing, as if she found the incident very funny.
3. The boy tried to look away, as though he had done something wrong.
4. She looked pale, as if she had been ill for a long time.
VI. Translate into English, paying particular attention to the use of Subjunctive II.
I. Он выглядел очень плохо, как будто был тяжело болен. 2. Вы так плохо читаете текст, как будто вы его ни разу не читали. 3. Она говорит так, как будто ей все равно, закончат они работу вовремя или нет. 4. Он ездит верхом так, как будто он занимается этим видом спорта уже несколько лет. 5. Дядя Сенека разговаривал с Фрэн ком как со взрослым. 6. Мальчики смотрели друг на друга, как будто были готовы расплакаться.
I. Say everything you can think of In connection with the situations below; use the modal verbs can (could), may (might), must, should.
Model: (about the key to your room you can’t find)
Where can it be? Can (could) I have left it any where? I may not have taken it with me at all. I couldn’t have lost it, could I? I must have put it in the drawer (ящик стола, комода и т. д.). I must be more careful next time.
about the book you can’t find, about the person you want to find to pass something very important on to him (her), about your friend who hasn’t turned up at the ap