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Ex. 1. Compare Russian and English Tense forms

  1. A) Compare BASIC and PASCAL; b) Speak on the difference in BASIC and PASCAL structures.
  2. A) Study the definitions of the words with similar meanings and think about their proper Russian equivalents.
  3. A) translate the illustrative examples into Russian;
  4. A) What types of roofs do you know? Use English-English dictionaries.
  5. Activity of the Priamurskiy Department of the Imperial Russian Geographic Society
  6. Answer the following questions about yourselves. Compare your answers with a partner.
  7. Ask your friend in English.

Grammar Rules Patterns.

Я решил эти задачи ... I solved the problems yesterday. (Past Ind.) I have already solved the problems. (Pr. Perf.) I had solved the problems before he came. (Past Perf.)
  Я решу эти задачи ...   I shall solve the problems tomorrow. (Fut. Ind.) I shall have solved the problems when he comes. (Fut. Perf.) If I solve the problems, will we obtain the required result of the experiment? (Pr. Ind.)

Ex. 2. Read and compare the following sentences. Explain the use of the English Tense forms. (Present Perfect, Past Indefinite, Past Perfect, Future Perfect, Future Indefinite, Future Continuous, Present Continuous).

1. a) He has enlarged his English vocabulary lately.

b) He enlarged his English vocabulary when he was in Great Britain.

c) Before he went to Great Britain he had enlarged his English vocabulary.

2. a) How long have you been here?

b) How longago were you there?

c) He wondered how long I had been there.

3. a) Since when have you started working as a teacher?

b) When did you start working as a teacher?

c) By that time she had started working as a teacher.

4. a) The scientists have just changed the order of the whole process.

b) The scientists changed the order of the whole process just now (a moment ago).

c) He said that the scientists had just changed the order of the whole process.

5. a) Perhaps man will improve the devices used in calculations.

b) By the end of this century man will have radically improved the devices used in calculations.

c) Man is going to improve the devices used in calculations radically in the near future.

6. a) Our students will translate this article next week.

b) Our students will be translating the article this time tomorrow.

c) Our students will have translated this article by the time you come.

7. a) I promise I shall find a proper solution of the problem soon.

b) By the middle of the lesson I shall have found a proper solution of the problem.

c) Don't phone now. I shall be looking for a proper solution of the problem.

8. a) In the future she will try to enter the faculty of Cybernetics.

b) She is going to enter the faculty of Cybernetics after she finishes school.

c) When we meet again, I am sure, she will have become a student of the faculty of Cybernetics.

9. a) They will take part in the international conference on mechanics in a year.

b) They will already have taken part in the international conference on mechanics by the time you come there.

c) This time next week they will be taking part in the international conference on mechanics.

 



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