what... 2. Do you really care who...? whether... what...?
who... 3. I don't care for,.,
c) Use a synonym.
1. It’s all the same to me which day you choose for our party. 2. It doesn’t matter to them whether we stay in town or go to the country. 3. I wonder why he doesn't like these books. 4. I sometimes go to the skating-rink, though I am a bad skater. It doesn’t bother me what people think or say.
to ride, a ride, to have a ride, to go for a ride
a) Answer these questions.
1. Can you ride a bicycle (a horse)?
2. In what kind of weather would you like to go for a ride in the countryside?
3. Have you ever had or seen any accidents while riding in a car? If so, describe them.
b) Make up sentences of your own.
to be due to leave (a train) — to ride a bicycle; to risk — to ride a horse; to care — to ride in a car
to help in (into), to help out (out of), to help somebody on
a) Translate into Russian and think of situations where these sentences might be used.
1. Can I help you on with your coat? 2. This medi cine isn’t likely to help much, 3. He helped her out of the train.
1. Вам следовало бы помочь женщине выйти из маши ны. 2. Должно быть, лечение ему помогло. 3. Вряд ли эти меры помогут. 4. Разрешите помочь вам снять пальто.
to rush (through), a rush, (the) rush-hour
a) Translate into Russian and think of situations where these sentences might be used. ’
1. The soldiers rushed forward. 2. The dog must have ru shed at the old woman and frightened her. 3. They aren’t