(C)Bed, school, prison, town.
1. It was eleven o'clock. Annette was still in __ bed. (Murdoch) 2. Stefan, who had been sitting on the edge of __ bed, came near to her and smiled for __ first time. (Murdoch) 3. May comb was __ old town. (Lee) 4. Dolores said nothing all __ way to __ town. (/. Shaw)5. Yes, he and my brother had been to __ school together. (Snow) 6. Before that she had taught history in __ girls' school. (Murdoch) 7. __ school was not __ particularly good one. (Conan Doyle) 8. I never knew __ lawyer yet who didn't threaten to put me in __ prison sooner or later. (Shaw) 9. Steger next visited __ county jail, close on to five o'clock, when it was already dark. (Dreiser) 10. In all probability he was already in - town. (Austen) 11. Among other public buildings in __ certain town... there is one anciently common to most towns, great or small... - __ workhouse. (Dickens) 12. After leaving __ school, I became clerk to her father. (Lindsay) 13. She graduated from __ Pedagogical Institute __ year ago and now she is working at __ school in __ village near Leningrad. 14. __ prison where Little Dorrit was born was called "The Marshalsea". 15. I haven't done anything that warrants my running away or going to __ prison, either. I'm merely going there to save time at __ present. (Dreiser) 16. It was in my walk that night, and in __ sleepless hours which followed when I lay in. __ bed, that __ thought first occurred to me which afterwards shaped itself into __ settled resolution* (Dickens) 17. He told with __ perfect truth... how he had in time been released from __ prison. (Dickens) 18. "When you think of me at all, John, let it only be as __ little child you have seen grow up in __ prison. (Dickens) 19. You take your man home, Mrs. Dubedut, and get him to __ bed before eleven. (Shaw)20. I'm going to be out of __ town for a few days. So I may not even see you again. (Faulkner) 21. Unless we can give __ rector. __ bed he had nowhere to lay his head this night. (Shaw) 22. Who could be in - _ prison __ quarter of __ century, and be prosperous! (Dickens)
Exercise 4. Use the appropriate form of the verb. | Exercise 5. Explain the use of the genitive case. | Exercise 6. Put the noun in the genitive case. Explain the use of the genitive case. | Exercise 1. Change the nouns into the plural. Use some (any) where necessary and make the other necessary changes. | Exercise 3. Translate into English. | Exercise 5. Translate into English. | Exercise 7. Translate into English. | Exercise 9. Translate into English. | Exercise 13. Translate into English. | Exercise 17. Translate into English. |