Exercise 166. Make the following interrogative and negative.
1. Peter can make a shelf. 2. Ann could go there yesterday.
3. His friends will be able to help him on Sunday. 4. Our pupils can read and speak English. 5. The tourists will be able to reach the village before dark. 6.1 can show you the way to the park. 7. He could buy the ticket beforehand.
8. You will be able to catch the train. 9.1 can swim five miles at a time. 10. He could tell them all he saw there.
Exercise 167. Answer the following questions. .3
1. Can you speak German? 2. Can your mother speak English? 3. Could you speak English three years ago? 4. Can you skate? 5. Will you be able to skate tomorrow? 6. Which of your friends can play tennis? 7. Where can you see the films? 8, Will you be able to go to the cinema this evening?
9. Where can you buy books? 10. How can you get to school?
11. What poems can you recite? ; ■
Exercise 168. Ask questions as in the model.
Model: Ask your classmate if he can sing. — Can you sing? Ask your classmate: , .' , , ,
1. if he can. speak French; 2. if he could play the piano last year; 3. if he «an run 100 metres in 13 seconds; 4. if be will be able to come to your place tomorrow; 5. if he can go to Saratov by plane; 6. if his friends can play ice-hockey;
7. if he can repair a radio set; 8. if she can knit; 9. if he can drive a car; 10. if he can lift this bag.
Exercise 169. Paraphrase the following sentences using the verb&m. ; ' ■
A. 1. You have the right to use-dictionanes. 2. He has the right to receive a passport. 3. They have the right to live in this flat. 4. She has the right to stay away from these lessons. 5. He has the right to take a month's holiday in summer. 6. We have the right to walk our dog here. 7. He has the right to ride a bicycle. 8. My mother has the right to use this computer.
B. l. Will you allow me to attend your lectures? 2. Will
you allow me to take my seat? 3. Will you allow me to job you? 4. Will you allow me to take your dictionary? 5. Will you allow me to stay here? 6. Will yoil allow me to come in?
7. Will you allow me to open this room? 8. Will you allow me to open the window? . . ■