Задание 1. Поставьте предложения в форму множественного числа.
This is a mouse. 2. That is a man. 3. It is a sheep. 4. Where is your pen? 5. I like an apple, a peach, a plum and this berry. 6. This purse is made of leather. 7. This watch is a gold one. 8. There is a child in the yard. 9. This tooth is white. 10. Time is money.
Задание 2. Используйте слова в скобках, чтобы закончить предложения (в страдательном залоге).
I can`t use my office at the moment. It … (paint). 2. He didn`t go to the party. We … (not invite). 3. The fridge … (repair) yesterday afternoon. 4. A factory is a place where things … (make). 5. How old are these houses? When … (they/build)? 6. I`ve never seen these flowers before. What … (they/call)? 7. Where you … (be born)?
Задание 3. Употребите глаголы в скобках в форме Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect.
He (to have) a bath when a phone rang. 2. You looked very busy when I saw you last night. What (to do)? 3. When I came in they (to sit) round the fire. Mr. Smith (to do) a crossword puzzle, the others (to read). 4. While he (to water) the flowers it (to begin) to rain. 5. When we reached the field, the game (to start).
Задание 4. Поставьте предложения в отрицательную и вопросительную формы:
My friend lives in Kiev. 2. He will leave for Moscow in 3 days. 3. She sent a letter to her friend last week. 4. He played football in the yard. 5. Peter speaks Italian well.
Задание 5. Переведите предложения на английский язык:
Мы обычно обсуждаем доклад каждого студента. Сейчас мы обсуждаем доклад Иванова. 2. Что вы делаете сейчас? - Я преподаю физику в школе. 3. Аня, поторопись! Твоя подруга ждет тебя внизу. 4. Он говорит на нескольких иностранных языках. Сейчас он говорит по-испански. 5. Где Петр? - Он в той комнате. Что он делает? - Он помогает своему брату переводить английскую статью.
Задание 6. Переведите Текст № 3 А "American English" на русский язык.
Britain and America were ones described as nations divided by a common language. Just what is the difference between the English spoken in Britain and America?
The first English settlers arrived in Virginia in 1607 and in Massachusetts in 1620. They all spoke English of the early seventeenth century – the language of Shakespeare and Milton. Most of them came originally from the south and south-east of England. Although some of them had spent some years of exile in Holland they spoke with accents of the southern part of their home country. To a large extent they kept that form of speech, but they soon learned to give old words new uses. They also took words from the local Indian languages for plants and animals that were new to them.
Until the Declaration of Independence in 1776 over two-thirds of the settlers in what later became the U.S. came from England. After that date many other people came to make a new life for themselves in the New World. These included Irish, French, Germans, Dutch, Italians, Slavs, and Scandinavians. All these people gave new words to the language of North America. The French gave such words as chowder and prairie. Sleigh came from the Dutch settlers.