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1. I shall come as soon as I am ready. 2. You will know that I have gone to the concert if I am not at home by eight. 3. I'll come to the Philharmonic with you if you get tickets. 4. Five years ago there were no people living here at all. 5. I shall go skiing on Sunday if I have time. 6. They finished building this house only last week. 7. It will be so pleasant when Tom comes home. 8. I shall do it now if you like. 9. My brother was here today. 10. It's a pity you did not come earlier. 11.There will be an interesting lecture at the school assembly hall tomorrow. One of our teachers will speak about Charles Dickens. 12.Last year I spent my summer vacation in the Caucasus. 13. I came to live in this town several years ago. 14. I'llbe reading you a story until it is time to go to bed. 15. I have read all about it in today's newspaper.

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1. "When your turn comes, listen very carefully to what the doctor tells you," I said to my grandmother. 2. "If you are in a hurry, we shall do only the first experiment," said the laboratory assistant to me. 3. "I shall not start anything new until I have finished this novel," said the writer to the correspondent. 4. "When I get a job, I'll buy you a warm coat," said the boy's father. 5. "If you spill the milk, there will not be any for the cat," said my mother to me. 6. "When you come to see me on Sunday, I shall show you my new dress," she said to me. 7. "If Mary arrives before seven, bring her to our house for the evening," said Jane to Henry. 8. "Do not wait until I come. As soon as you finish the exercises, begin playing volleyball," said the PT teacher to the pupils. 9. "As soon as Robert appears, ask him where he put the dictionary," said Mary to her mother.


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1. Tom said he would go to see the doctor the next day. 2. He told me he was ill. 3. He told me he had fallen ill. 4. They told me that Tom had not come to school the day before. 5. I told my sister that she might catch cold. 6. She told me she had caught cold. 7. He said that while crossing the English Channel they had stayed on deck all the time. 8. The woman said she had felt sick while crossing the Channel. 9. She said she was feeling bad that day. 10. The old man told the doctor that he had pain in his right

side. 11. said he had just been examined by a good doctor. 12. He said he would not go to school until Monday. 13. The man said he had spent a month at a health resort. 14. He said that his health had greatly improved since then.

Indirect questions
Special questions He asked (me) He wanted to know He wondered
"What areyou doing? ""Where doyou live? " "Where doeshe work? ""What isNick doing? ""What haveyou preparedfor today? " "When didyou comehome yesterday? " "When willyour mothercomehome? " what 1 was doing.where 1 lived.where he worked.what Nick was doing.what 1 had preparedfor that day.when 1 had comehome the day before.when my mother would comehome.
General questions He asked (me) He wanted to know He wondered
"Areyou watchingTV?" "Doyou playchess?" "Doesshe goto school?" "Areyou listeningto me?" "Haveyou doneyour homework?" "Didyou skatelast winter?" "Willyou seeyour friend tomorrow?" -C 1 was watching TV.1 playedchess.she wentto school.1 was listeningto him.1 had donemy homework.1 had skatedthe winter before.1 shouldsee my friend the next day.

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Present | | I supposed that my brother would be sleeping. | 262 | Present Simple Passive | 284 | 287 | 290 | 299 | 306 |

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