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B) Write sentences of your own using the phrases in bold type. Address them to the other students who should reply them expressing their approval or disapproval.

  1. A Canadian agency firm entered into contact with Soyuzexport to discuss the lines of their future business.
  2. A man should be upright not be kept upright.
  3. A) another b) other c) the other d) others e) the others
  4. A) be anxious, worry, trouble, bother.
  5. A. 5. Translate the sentences
  6. A. Complete the sentences according to the information in the text.
  7. A. Complete the sentences with the comparative forms of the adverbs in the box.

P r o m p t s: How nice (good, clever, bad, awful) of you (him, her)! I do not think you should have done it. Sure. But that's not quite true. No wonder. I am delighted at your idea.

ХIII. Make up a conversation which took place after the day described in the text between: the two girls, the two boys, the father and his son, the mother and her friend, two neighbours. You may find the following openings useful:

I say ...; Honestly ...; If you ask me ...; You know what I think ...; The point is ...; Do not you agree that ...; I must say that ...; Tell you what, ..; Eventually ...; Actually ...; Definitely ....

XIV. Fill in prepositions or adverbs where necessary:

I. The dress is just wonderful. It is very becoming ... you. 2. I have not seen you ... ages. How are you getting ...? 3. I liked the cake you treated me .... How do you make it? 4. Turn ... the page and do Exercise 3. 5. He turned ... a very good story-teller. I enjoyed ... his stones immensely. 6. We shall discuss the matter ... our way home. 7. I'm sure you'll get ... all the difficulties ... the end. 8. Pete did not want to take his younger brother fishing, he was afraid that he would be ... his way. 9. The students -... Group 3 will help to decorate the hall ... flowers and mottoes. 10. The father had promised to take the boys ... a drive ... the country ... Sunday. But unfortunately the weather changed ... the morning and they had to stay ... home. 11. Celia waved her hand ... Lanny until the train was out ... sight. 12 .... such a big occasion all the children were dressed ... their best. 13. When all the things were packed ... a suit-case, it turned ... that my ticket had somehow got there too, and I had to turn everything ...... in search ... it. 14. The children were allowed to stay ... home ... school, as the mother's birthday was a great occasion ... all the family.

XV. Translate the sentences into English, using Essential Vocabulary (I) and Patterns 1-4:

1. У мене так багато справ, що я просто не можу дозволяти собі втрачати час. 2: Ось та сама капелюх, про яку я вам казала. Я впевнена, що вона дуже піде вам. 3. Не можу собі уявити, як ви зумієте подолати всі ці труднощі. 4. Я не могла дозволити собі купити такий дорогий подарунок. 5. Я сподіваюся, що ми встигнемо дістатися до станція метро до того, як воно закриється. 6. Сьогодні я отримала від нього листа. Він пише, що у нього дуже багато роботи і він майже ніколи не може навіть уявити собі таке задоволення, як сходити в кіно. 7. Ви весь час встаєте і сідайте, входите і виходите. Чи не годиться працювати таким чином. 8. Завтра у нас вечір, і я хочу причепуритися з цього приводу. 9. Щось випало з моєї сумочки, ймовірно, авторучка. 10. Він, мабуть, все приготував до від'їзду. 11. Хіба міг хтось подумати, що вона сказала це в жарт? 12. Невже ти не можеш змусити дитину вчасно лягти спати? 13. Все сімейство чудово провело час за містом, хоча героїні дня довелося залишитися вдома і готувати обід. 14. Цей колір тобі дуже личить.

XVI. Review the text. Say a few words about the style and language of Leacock's story. Be sure to touch on a) selection of words, b) syntax, c) method of characterization, d) humour.



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Morning City | STUDIES OF WRITTEN ENGLISH (III) | I SPEECH PATTERNS | EXERCISES | V. Make up dialogues or situations, using the patterns. | VOCABULARY NOTES | To afford | NOTES ON STYLE | EXERCISES | VI. a) Write an outline of the text (see Ex. IX on p. 59). (The outline may be written in the Present or Past Indefinite tenses.) |

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