6 A double room will do us very well.
7. Did you do the British •
museum when you were
8. Don’t be frightened. The doctor won’t do any thing to you.
b) Give as many combinations as you can with the verbs to do and to make and use them in sentences of your own.
a piece of work, a discovery, lessons, a remark, arrangements, one’s share, a mark, an announcement, one’s job
1. He did right
2. He must have done wrong
3. I wonder why he recommended that journal to me. It... (to have nothing to do). 4. If I were you I’d share the books with them. You can... (to do with). 5. You may certainly stay away till Monday; we... (to do without).
d) Use a synonymous expression.
I. My talk does not deal with the article. 2. Will you manage if I take away the dictionary? 3. I don’t see any connection between your arguments and the facts mentioned in the report.
c) Make up sentences, using the English equivalents of the following.
причесаться, убрать комнату, правильно (неправиль но) поступить, иметь (не иметь) отношение (я) к чему-либо, обойтись чем-либо, обойтись без чего-либо, принести кому- либо пользу (вред), преуспевать, подойдет, не подойдет.
to care, to care for
1. Jack wasn’t given the leading part in the amateur performance, but I don’t think he cares very much. 2. I’m so angry with John, I don’t care what happens to him.
3. Would you care to go for a walk? 4.1 don’t care for sweets.