1. The students are not to take the books out of the reading-room. 2. Were they to meet at four o'clock at the University? 3. You are to write an abstract of your thesis. 4. Am I to follow you? 5. We are to have six lessons of English this week. 6. You are to give the books back to the library at the end of the year. 7. The concert was to take place yesterday. 8. Who is to meet Jack? 9. She was to finish school last year. 10. The lessons are to begin at eight o'clock. 11. Is she to make a speech? - Yes, she is.
|Present Need, needn't||Future Need, needn't||Past|
|Need I call the doctor tomorrow? (Also: Do I need to call the doctor?)||(Also: The plants needed to be watered.)|
|Absence of necessityне нужно, не надо|
|I needn't speak to her about it. (Also: She didn't need to work as hard as me.)||(Also: He didn't need to stay in a hotel.)|
Ex. 6. Analyze the following sentences and translate them into Russian.
1. Need we continue working by this plan? 2. You needn't do all this in written form, you know. 3. He didn't need to read his paper at the seminar. 4. Do you need to write sentences about numbers in all branches of mathematics? 5. Need you worry about the man who always deceives you? 6. They needn't hurry now. They will have to wait for another train. 7. Need I come myself? - Yes, you must. 8. Need we perform any other construction? - No, you needn't.
Past Simple | Future Simple | Facts to be remembered | Special (to the subject) | A Letter to a Friend | Ex. 10. Find the Russian equivalents for the following English word combinations. | Past Continuous Tense | Pronouns some, any, no | Numbers | Ex. 14. Translate from English into Russian. |