I. Change the sentences from active to passive. Translate.
a. The police caught the bank robber.
b. Someone discovered gold in California in 1848.
с. There is a party tomorrow night. Someone has invited you to go to that party.
d. People used candles for light in the seventeenth century.
e. They will tell you the result tomorrow.
II. Use the Past Simple or the Past Continuous Tense. Translate.
1. The traffic (make) so much noise that I couldn't hear what he (say).
2. She (stand) at the bus-stop. I asked her what bus she (wait) for.
3. When I (hear) his knock I (go) to the door and (open) it, but I (not recognize) him at first because I (not wear) my glasses.
4. While the guests (dance) thieves (break) into the house and (steal) a lot of fur coats.
III. Translate from Russian into English.
1 Тебе не придется идти в кассу. Я уже заказал билеты по телефону.
2. Где ваш брат? Я давно не вижу его. — Он сейчас живет во Франции. Они эмигрировали три года назад.
3. Я давно видела эту пьесу. Я уже забыла ее.
4. Ты уже перевел текст? — Нет еще. В нем слишком много незнакомых слов.
5. Вы хорошо знаете город. Как долго вы живете в Лондоне? — С 1985 года.
IV. Complete the sentences with prepositions. Translate.
1. I didn't finish my work _ time to show it to the teacher.
2. I have been working on this _ two hours.
3. He gets up _ seven o'clock _ the morning and goes to bed _ eleven.
4. I told them I should be there _ an hour.
5. She was usually quite tired _ the end of day.
6. I see her _ time _ time.
7. His office hours are _ ten _ six.
8. Did anyone call me _ my absence?
9. Nick arrived _ six o'clock sharp.
10. The train will leave _ two minutes.
V. Translate the sentences with modal verbs (can, can't, may, must, needn't, shouldn't).
1. Ты не должен идти туда: они очень плохие люди.
2. Ты мог и не ходить туда вчера.
3. Тебе следует пойти туда: они тебя ждут.
4. Тебе следовало пойти туда вчера.
5. Тебе не следовало ходить туда вчера.
6. Он, должно быть, видел этот памятник, когда был в вашем городе.
7. Он, может быть, видел этот памятник, когда был в вашем городе.
8. Не может быть, что он знает эту картину.
VI. Read and translate the text.
Many young Americans do not live with their families, but in apartment blocks or residential areas where everyone is more or less of the same age. Young people often move away from home when they leave school (if they can afford it) into shared apartments or small one-room "studio" apartments. They do their own cooking and cleaning, and go to the family home perhaps for the weekend.
Young married couples may move to new suburbs where most people have young families. In the country, some even build their houses themselves.
If a family's income goes up, they often move to another suburb, where the houses are bigger, with two or even three garages, a swimming pool, a games room for the children and everything a family could want.
Old people often do not live with their grown-up children. Many live in old people's homes. Some live in special towns, built for old people, where there are no young children and the atmosphere is quiet.
Americans are always on the move, and some families change their homes every few years. Every year, 20% of Americans move house. Mr and Mrs Schultz could start life in an apartment in New York, go on to a white painted wooden home in New England with small windows to keep out the cold in winter, and end their life in a sunny house in California where oranges grow in the garden and big windows give a wonderful view of the swimming pool and the sea.
VII. Make up 3 general, 3 alternative, 3 special and 3 tag questions to the text from task 6.