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1) The Article. Comment on their use and main functions.

2) The Article. The use of articles with common nouns.

3) Articles with countable nouns.

4) Articles with uncountable nouns.

5) Articles with countable nouns modified by attributes.

6) Comment on the formation and use of The Present Simple Tense.

7) Comment on the formation and use of The Passive Voice. The types of passive constructions.

8) Comment on the rules of Sequence of Tenses.

9) Comment on the formation and use of The Gerund.

10) Comment on the formation and use of The Participle I.

11) Comment on the formation and use of The Participle II.

12) Comment on the formation and use of The Infinitive.

13) The Complex Object with Participle II. The formation and use.

14) The Complex Object with Participle I. The formation and use.

15) The Complex Subject. The formation and use.

16) The Complex Object with the Infinitive. The formation and use.

17) Comment on the use and the way of translation of the modal verb can.

18) Comment on the use and the way of translation of the modal verb will.

19) Comment on the use and the way of translation of the modal verb shall.

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40) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
Mr. Smith was within five minutes walk of Oxford Street.

41) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
The more English books you read, the richer becomes your English vocabulary.

42) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
She was a true heroine, yet only one of the unnumbered millions.

43) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
This magazine is three times as expensive as that.

44) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
We shall be able to send you the goods at the beginning of March provided that the order is received immediately.

45) Translate the sentences from English into Russian.
I have forgotten to bring my briefcase with me. I have to go back for it.

46) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
After he had come from the pool, he sat in the glow from the sunset.

47) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
Hardly had he finished his work when somebody knocked at the door.

48) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
As I had met Mr. Smith several times, I was able to recommend him to them as a very good manager.

49) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.

I'll begin to work at 9 o'clock in the morning.When you return home at 4 o'clock, I'll have been working for 7 hours.

50) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.

I thought that my friends had been waiting for me in the entrance hall for half an hour.

51) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.

You had to raise this problem at the meeting, didn't you? I couldn't do differently.

52) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.

May I take your textbook? Yes. You may but you mustn't give it to anyone. You needn't say it to me, I know.

53) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.Mike likes being invited by his friends.

54) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.

Pete was quite disappointed at not finding the letters in the box.

55) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.

Because of a heavy downpour, the proposed open-air concert had to be called off.

56) Translate the following from English into Russian.

English is essential in this job. All the telephonists speak it. If they didnt know English, they wouldnt understand half the callers.

57) Translate the following from English into Russian.

Our family wont be able to buy this TV set unless I win a large sum of money.

58) Translate the following from English into Russian.

Of course, Im not going to give her a diamond ring. If I gave it to her, she would sell it.

59) Translate the following from English into Russian.

If someone said: Ill give you ₤1000 to go into court and swear that this statement is true, what would you do?

60) Fill in the correct preposition.
It all depends you.

61) Fill in the correct preposition.
I was sitting the back of our car when we crashed.

62) Fill in the correct preposition.
He spoke me the top of his voice.

63) Fill in the correct preposition.
I dont believe him. Dont judge his words. He may be wrong.

64) Fill in the correct preposition.
the whole the situation in the region is improving.

65) Fill in the correct preposition.
Did you pay cheque or cash?

66) Put in a necessary conjunction.
She can speak Arabic ... Spanish.

67) Put in a necessary conjunction.
The alarm was raised the fire was discovered.

68) Put in a necessary conjunction.
Tell me you signed the contract. Was it yesterday or a week ago? I would like to know the day.

69) Put in a necessary conjunction.
The people lived here before us took very great care of it.

70) Put in a necessary conjunction.
we visited London, we went to the Tower.

71) Put in a necessary conjunction.
. you finish your test, you may go home.

72) Complete the sentence. Fill in the missing preposition(s).

Please don't let me disturb you. Carry ___ your work.

73) Complete the sentence. Fill in the missing preposition(s).

We must try to cut ___the amount of money we spend. We just can't make ends meet.

74) Complete the sentence. Fill in the missing preposition(s).

Keep ___ me! I've got a terrible cold, and I don't want to give it to you.

75) Complete the sentence. Fill in the missing preposition(s).

Children grow ___ their clothes so quickly. It costs a fortune to clothe them properly.

76) Change the sentence to incorporate the expressions in brackets.

Despite her dislike for coffee, she drank it to keep herself warm.(although)

77) Change the sentence to incorporate the expressions in brackets.

In spite of Peters sadness at losing the contest, he managed to smile. (although)

78) Change the sentence to incorporate the expressions in brackets.

Though he has been absent frequently, he has managed to pass the test. (in spite of)

79) Change the sentence to incorporate the expressions in brackets.

Nancy told me the secret, despite having promised not to do so. (though)

80) Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II and III types).

If you (be free), I (to come) to see you.

81) Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II and III types).

If I (to see her), I (to be) glad.

82) Rewrite the following sentence making the conditional sentence.

They spent a year in the tropics, so they got very sun-tanned. If

83) Rewrite the following sentence making the conditional sentence.

It rained heavily, so we got drenched to the skin. If

84) Rewrite the following sentence making the conditional sentence.

A huge black cloud appeared from behind the forest, so we had to turn back and hurry home. If

85) Rewrite the following sentence making the conditional sentence.

The travellers had no cameras with them, so they could not take photos of the beautiful scenery. If

86) Rewrite the following sentence making the conditional sentence.

There was no sugar left, so we went to the shop late in the evening. If

87) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.

If it (to rain) we will have to stay at home.

88) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.

If he (to work) hard, he would have achieved great progress.

89) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.

If you (to write) the composition long ago, you would not have disturbed me.

90) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.

If he were not such an outstanding actor, he (not to have) so many admirers.

91) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.

If you (to give) me your telephone number, I will phone you.

92) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.

If they (not to go) to Moscow last year, they would not have heard that famous musician.

93) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.

You wouldnt have missed the teachers explanation if you (to arrive) in time.

94) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.

Mikes vocabulary will increase greatly if he (to read) 50 pages every day.

95) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.

You wouldnt have got a two if you (to write) the test successfully.

96) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.

If I not (to know) English, I should not be able to enjoy Byrons poetry.

97) Finish the following sentence.

I could have walked more quickly if my suitcase

98) Finish the following sentence.

My room would be all right if it

99) Finish the following sentence.

If you dont like films, why ?

100) Change the following direct speech sentence into reported speech.

Sue says to me: 'I like to swim in the open sea.'

101) Change the following direct speech sentence into reported speech.

Jess is saying to Mary: 'I've tried to get you on the phone all morning.'

102) Change the following direct speech sentence into reported speech.

Peter said to Helen: 'I used to know him when we lived in Chicago.'

103) Use the verbs in brackets in the appropriate tense form. Observe the rules of the sequence of tenses.

Bill looked concerned as he felt he (to be) ten minutes late.

104) Use the verbs in brackets in the appropriate tense form. Observe the rules of the sequence of tenses.

We know she (to lay) the table just in time for dinner.

105) Use the verbs in brackets in the appropriate tense form. Observe the rules of the sequence of tenses.

I felt she (to be) as sweet as she could be. And I was not mistaken: she really was.

106) Correct the reported question. Rewrite the question.

She asked what done had been to help the homeless.

107) Correct the reported question. Rewrite the question.

Dr. Fox asked Mrs. Bell when had she start getting severe headaches.

108) Correct the reported question. Rewrite the question.

The zoo-keeper asked how escaped the animals had from the cage.

109) Correct the reported question. Rewrite the question.

The journalists wanted to know which machine done had best in the tests.

110) Choose the right variant.

Alex has got 2 sisters and 3 brothers. So can you tell me how many brothers (has he got/ he has got)?

111) Choose the right variant.

Do you know how long (he has been learning/he been learning) English?

112) Choose the right variant.

I dont know (where does he live/ where he lives).

113) Choose the right variant.

Dont you understand what (does it mean/it means)?

114) Choose the right variant.

Now close your books and see how much (do you remember / you can remember).

115) Choose the right variant.

Can you tell me where (do you buy/you bought) your clothes?

116) Choose the right variant.

I think I know the man but I cant remember (what his name is/ what is his name).

117) Choose the right variant.

Do you know the man (which/who) was playing the piano at the party?

118) Choose the right variant.

I cant remember (which he was wearing/ what he was wearing) at the party.

119) Choose the right variant.

Breakfast is a meal (that/ what) is eaten in the morning.

120) Put the question to the underlined word.
Babies have five meals a day.

121) Put the question to the underlined word.
It has been snowing hard all the morning.

122) Put the question to the underlined word.
The tourists have been walking in the countryside all day.

123) Put the question to the underlined word.
There are all modern conveniences in the cottage.

124) Put the question to the underlined word.
It often rains in autumn in this part of the country.

125) Put the question to the underlined word.
Mrs. Devis and Mrs. White were teachers in a primary school.

126) Put the question to the underlined word.
Nick was a good friend of Alex.

127) Put a question to the underlined words.

She heard a student complain that they are given too much homework. (what?)

128) Put a question to the underlined words.

We heard him say that he doesn't get enough sleep. (what?)

129) Put a question to the underlined words.

We were watching them playing the second game. (what?)

130) Put a question to the underlined words.

I saw her mend her sports costume after the skiing season. (what?)

131) Put a question to the underlined words.

There were lots of people and I didn't notice her leave the room. (what?)

132) Put a question to the underlined words.

We saw the train pull into the station. (what?)

133) Put a question to the underlined words.

Nick saw her making signs to him. (what?)

134) Combine the following individual sentences into a single sentence with relative clauses.

Anton bought a camera. The camera has three lenses.

135) Combine the following individual sentences into a single sentence with relative clauses.

Frank is the man. We are going to nominate Frank for the officer of treasure.

136) Combine the following individual sentences into a single sentence with relative clauses.

Jane is the woman. Jane is going to China next year.

137) Combine the following individual sentences into a single sentence with relative clauses.

Janet wants a typewriter. The typewriter self-corrects.

138) Combine the following individual sentences into a single sentence with relative clauses.

This book (I found the book last week) contains some useful information.

139) Combine the following individual sentences into a single sentence with relative clauses.

Mr. Smith (Mr. Smiths team has lost the game) looks very sad.

140) Choose the best future form.

So you've sold your house? When will you move / will you be moving?

141) Choose the best future form.

I hear you've been offered a new job. Do you / are you going to accept it or not?

142) Choose the best future form.

Hurry up and buy your ticket. The train will leave / will be leaving soon and I don't want to miss it.

143) Use the verbs given in brackets in proper Present Tense. (Present Simple, Present Continuous or Present Perfect).
You (telephone) for ages! You really (not finished)? I (not get) through yet. Im trying to get our Paris office.

144) Use the verbs given in brackets in proper Present Tense. (Present Simple, Present Continuous or Present Perfect).
He (play) the piano since 7 oclock in the morning. He only just (stop).

145) Use the verbs given in brackets in proper Present Tense. (Present Simple, Present Continuous or Present Perfect).
Why you (not bring) me the letters? You (not type) them yet?

146) Use the verbs given in brackets in proper Present Tense. (Present Simple, Present Continuous or Present Perfect).
Are you going to sunbathe?
Dont be ridiculous! It (rain) all day and it (not stop) yet.

147) Put the verbs given in brackets in proper Past Tense. (Past Simple, Past Perfect, Past Continuous Past Perfect Continuous).
We (feel) happier when they (leave).

148) Put the verbs given in brackets in proper Past Tense. (Past Simple, Past Perfect, Past Continuous Past Perfect Continuous).
They (finish) the translation by five oclock.

149) Put the verbs given in brackets in proper Past Tense. (Past Simple, Past Perfect, Past Continuous Past Perfect Continuous).
She (get) a message saying he (pass) the exam.

150) Rewrite the following sentence, rewording the main clause, and add the subject.

After jumping out of a boat, the shark bit the man.

151) Rewrite the following sentence, rewording the main clause, and add the subject.

Having apprehended the hijackers, they were whisked off to FBI headquarters by the security quards.

152) Rewrite the following sentence, rewording the main clause, and add the subject.

Before singing the school song, a poem was recited.

153) Rewrite the following sentence, rewording the main clause, and add the subject.

Being dissatisfied with the picture, it was hidden in the closet.

154) Rewrite the following sentence, rewording the main clause, and add the subject.

Seeing the advancing army, all valuables were hidden under the stairwell.

155) Rewrite the following sentence, rewording the main clause, and add the subject.

Plunging into the water, the drowning child was rescued.

156) Rewrite the following sentence, rewording the main clause, and add the subject.

Before going home, there were lessons at school.

157) Rewrite the following sentence, rewording the main clause, and add the subject.

Criticizing the defendant for his cruel behavior, the sentence was handed down by the judge.

158) Rewrite the following sentence, rewording the main clause, and add the subject.

After painting the car, it was given to the mans wife by the man.

159) Rewrite the following sentence, rewording the main clause, and add the subject.

Being an early riser, it was easy for Ann to adjust to her companys new summer schedule.

160) Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund1. Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund.

He left the room. He didn't say a word. (without)

161) Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund1. Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund.

We walked for a long time. We didn't speak to one another. (without)

162) Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund1. Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund.

They planned to go to the cinema after classes, but then they changed their minds and went to the theatre instead. (Instead of)

163) Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund1. Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund.

Kate promised to bring some fruit to the party. She brought some cakes instead. (Instead of)

164) Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund1. Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund.

He did the exercise. Then he switched on TV. (after)

165) Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund1. Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund.

We visited the museum. We went home. (after)

166) In the following pair of sentences, the same verb is missing twice, once used as Participle I and once as Participle II. Insert it in its correct form.

(to take) Books ___ out of the library must be returned within 3 weeks. People ___ books out which havent been stamped will be banned.

167) In the following pair of sentences, the same verb is missing twice, once used as Participle I and once as Participle II. Insert it in its correct form.

(to produce) The film, ___ by Stephen Spielberg, is expected to be a great hit. Power stations ___ enough energy to supply several towns are soon to be built on the south coast.

168) In the following pair of sentences, the same verb is missing twice, once used as Participle I and once as Participle II. Insert it in its correct form.

(to grow) Crops ___ under glass mature more quickly than those in the open. Farmers ___ such crops can therefore catch the early markets.

169) In the following pair of sentences, the same verb is missing twice, once used as Participle I and once as Participle II. Insert it in its correct form.

(to admire) I stared at the canvas for ages, ___ the artist's skill and eye for detail. Swiss watches ___ for their elegance and precision, are sold throughout the world.

170) In the following pair of sentences, the same verb is missing twice, once used as Participle I and once as Participle II. Insert it in its correct form.

(to find) The escaped prisoner, ___ hiding in a barn, was today taken back to prison. Many old people, ___ that their savings have been eaten into by inflation, are having difficulty in making ends meet.

171) Put the verb in brackets in the infinitive or the ing form.

I used to (think) ... that life ended at 30.

172) Put the verb in brackets in the infinitive or the ing form.

I'm not used to (think) ... so hard this early in the morning.

173) Put the verb in brackets in the infinitive or the ing form.

Jane was never a very reliable friend. If I were you, I'd try (forget) ...her.

174) Put the verb in brackets in the infinitive or the ing form.

If your clothes don't seem very white after youve washed them, try (soak) ... them in a little bleach.

175) Complete the sentence by filling the gaps with a suitable form of participle.

(to have) ... delivered the message, the boy went home.

176) Complete the sentence by filling the gaps with a suitable form of participle.

We were awfully (to be shoked) ... by the company's decision, which seemed quite wrong to us.

177) Complete the sentence by filling the gaps with a suitable form of participle.

He was thrilled by the film and thought it very (to excite)...

178) Complete the sentence by filling the gaps with a suitable form of participle.

The burglar must have got in through (to break) ... window.

179) Complete the sentence by filling the gaps with a suitable form of participle.

(to suppose) ... you had no money, what would you do?

180) Write must, need or a form of have to in each gap. Question forms and negatives are also included.

What time ... we ... leave for the airport? ... About 3 o'clock.

181) Write must, need or a form of have to in each gap. Question forms and negatives are also included.

It's only a thirty-minute drive, so we (a) ... go until about 4 o'clock. I ... do my packing. I haven't started yet.

182) Rewrite the following sentence, using must, cant, or might.

I'm sure he hasn't retired yet. He still leaves the house every morning.

183) Rewrite the following sentence, using must, cant, or might.

I'm sure he isn't very welloff. His house is in a terrible mess.

184) Rewrite the following sentence, using must, can't, or might.

Perhaps he spent all his money when he was younger.

185) Rewrite the following sentence, using must, cant, or might.

I'm sure he does a lot of gardening. His garden looks beautiful.

186) Complete the sentence with a suitable phrasal verb.

The meaning of a phrasal verb is given in brackets. He won't be able ___ ___ that speed. (maintain)

187) Complete the sentence with a suitable phrasal verb.

Mr. White is ___ ___ with some sort of virus infection (go down).

188) Complete the sentence with a suitable phrasal verb.

The meaning of a phrasal verb is given in brackets. I don't see why you ___ ___ ___ foreigners. (despise)

189) Complete the sentence with a suitable phrasal verb.

The meaning of a phrasal verb is given in brackets. We must ___ ___ a date for the firm's Christimas party soon. (arrange).

190) Complete the sentence with a suitable phrasal verb.

The meaning of a phrasal verb is given in brackets. Can you ___ me ___ for the night? (give me a place to sleep).

191) Complete the sentence with a suitable phrasal verb.

The meaning of a phrasal verb is given in brackets. It will cost at least ₤ 1.000 ___ ___ a flat (to decorate).

192) Complete each sentence with a suitable verb (in the first part of the sentence) and a suitable preposition (particle) (in the second part of the sentence.)

I'd ... up smoking, only I'm afraid of putting ___ weight.

193) Complete each sentence with a suitable verb (in the first part of the sentence) and a suitable preposition (particle) (in the second part of the sentence.)

Her father had ___ away when she was told ___ that.

194) Complete each sentence with a suitable verb (in the first part of the sentence) and a suitable preposition (particle) (in the second part of the sentence.)

The police were ... in to break ___ the fight outside the dance hall.

195) Complete each sentence with a suitable verb (in the first part of the sentence) and a suitable preposition (particle) (in the second part of the sentence.)

My father was ___ up two days after war broke ___.

196) Complete each sentence with a suitable verb (in the first part of the sentence) and a suitable preposition (particle) (in the second part of the sentence.)

She's ___ out! Quick somebody! Get the smelling salts! That should bring her ...

197) Complete each sentence with a suitable verb (in the first part of the sentence) and a suitable preposition (particle) (in the second part of the sentence.)

Unless the group ___ up soon we'll have to call ___ the concert.

198) Complete each sentence with a suitable verb (in the first part of the sentence) and a suitable preposition (particle) (in the second part of the sentence.)

James ___ into quite a large sum of money when his parents were killed when the plane they were in crashed as it was taking ___.

199) Choose the proper phrasal verb. to publish bring out / come into.

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200) Comment on the formation and use of The Present Perfect Tense.

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202) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
It's getting dark. I think we should turn on the light.

203) Change the sentence to incorporate the expressions in brackets.
We plan to buy a ticket for the drawing although we know we will not win a prize. (even though)

204) Finish the following sentence.

205) Choose the right variant.
I think I know the man but I cant remember (what his name is/ what is his name).

206) Put a question to the underlined words. We saw the train pull into the station. (what?)

207) Put the verbs given in brackets in proper Past Tense. (Past Simple, Past Perfect, Past Continuous Past Perfect Continuous).
They (finish) the translation by five oclock.

208) In the following pair of sentences, the same verb is missing twice, once used as Participle I and once as Participle II. Insert it in its correct form.
(to see) There was a robbery at Simpson's the jeweller's today. Police are looking for a man ___ going into the shop just before the robbery took place. You can pay the bill, ___ that you're the one with all the money.

209) Complete each sentence with a suitable verb (in the first part of the sentence) and a suitable preposition (particle) (in the second part of the sentence.)
Her father had ___ away when she was told ___ that.

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1) The Complex Object with Participle II. The formation and use.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
There are special schools for the blind and the deaf-and-dumb in Russia.

4) Fill in the correct preposition.
I dont believe him. Dont judge his words. He may be wrong.

5) Finish the following sentence. The milk wouldnt have turned sour if

6) Choose the right variant. Dont you understand what (does it mean/it means)?

7) Put the question to the underlined word. Nick was a good friend of Alex.

8) Put the verbs given in brackets in proper Past Tense. (Past Simple, Past Perfect, Past Continuous Past Perfect Continuous).
The little boy (be) out of breath. He (run).

9) Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund1. Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund. He looked at me for a moment. He didn't answer my question. (without)

10) Complete the sentence with a suitable phrasal verb.
The meaning of a phrasal verb is given in brackets. Can you ___ me ___ for the night? (give me a place to sleep).

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1) Comment on the formation and use of The Gerund.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
You had to raise this problem at the meeting, didn't you? I couldn't do differently.

4) Fill in the correct preposition.
the whole the situation in the region is improving.

5) Rewrite the following sentence making the conditional sentence.
You left the child alone in the room, so he hurt himself. If

6) Correct the reported question. Rewrite the question.
Rebecca asked him had he taken the compass with them.

7) Put a question to the underlined words.
I saw her mend her sports costume after the skiing season. (what?)

8) Put the verbs given in brackets in proper Past Tense. (Past Simple, Past Perfect, Past Continuous Past Perfect Continuous).
Tom (not be) at home when I (arrive). He just (go) home.

9) Put the verb in brackets in the infinitive or the ing form.
Jane was never a very reliable friend. If I were you, I'd try (forget) ...her.

10) Complete each sentence with a suitable verb (in the first part of the sentence) and a suitable preposition (particle) (in the second part of the sentence
I'm a bit ___ up at the moment, Mrs. Brown. So perhaps you wouldn't mind dealing ___ this matter instead.

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1) Comment on the formation and use of The Past Continuous Tense.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the following from English into Russian.
If someone said: Ill give you ₤1000 to go into court and swear that this statement is true, what would you do?

4) Change the sentence to incorporate the expressions in brackets.
Despite her dislike for coffee, she drank it to keep herself warm.(although)

5) Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II and III types).
If Ann (to know) English, she (to try) to enter the University.

6) Use the verbs in brackets in the appropriate tense form. Observe the rules of the sequence of tenses.
I felt she (to be) as sweet as she could be. And I was not mistaken: she really was.

7) Combine the following individual sentences into a single sentence with relative clauses.
Checking accounts (the checking accounts require a minimum balance) are very common now.

8) Correct the sentence if necessary. Decide where to use the Past Simple, the Past Continuous, the Past Perfect or the Past Perfect Continuous Tense.
The First World War had been ended in 1918.

9) In the following pair of sentences, the same verb is missing twice, once used as Participle I and once as Participle II. Insert it in its correct form.
(to hunt) Whales, ___ for their valuable oil and meat, are in grave danger of extinction. Thousands of people went shopping in the sales today, ___ for a bargain.

10) Write must, need or a form of have to in each gap. Question forms and negatives are also included. I hate ... tell you this, but you've just got a parking ticket.

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1) Comment on the use and the way of translation of the modal verb may.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the following from English into Russian.
English is essential in this job. All the telephonists speak it. If they didnt know English, they wouldnt understand half the callers.

4) Change the sentence to incorporate the expressions in brackets.
He ate the chocolate cake even though he was on a diet. (in spite of)

5) Finish the following sentence. My room would be all right if it

6) Change the following direct speech sentence into reported speech.
Peter said to Helen: 'I used to know him when we lived in Chicago.'

7) Put the question to the underlined word.
The tourists have been walking in the countryside all day.

8) Use the verbs given in brackets in proper Present Tense. (Present Simple, Present Continuous or Present Perfect).
I (know) him well. I (know) him since our childhood.

9) In the following pair of sentences, the same verb is missing twice, once used as Participle I and once as Participle II. Insert it in its correct form.
(to take) Books ___ out of the library must be returned within 3 weeks. People ___ books out which havent been stamped will be banned.

10) Complete the sentence with a suitable phrasal verb.
Mr. White is ___ ___ with some sort of virus infection (go down).

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1) Comment on the formation and use of The Past Perfect Continuous Tense.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
What a lovely baby. He certainly takes after his father, doesn't he?

4) Put in a necessary conjunction.
They are the men live here.

5) Finish the following sentence. They werent completely lost and knew which way to turn if

6) Correct the reported question. Rewrite the question.
Harry asked who did have won.

7) Put the question to the underlined word. This pair of trousers costs seven dollars.

8) Correct the sentence if necessary. Decide where to use the Past Simple, the Past Continuous, the Past Perfect or the Past Perfect Continuous Tense.
We packed the cases while the removal men loaded the furniture into a van.

9) Complete the sentence by filling the gaps with a suitable form of participle.
(to have) ... delivered the message, the boy went home.

10) Write must, need or a form of have to in each gap. Question forms and negatives are also included. What time ... we ... leave for the airport? ... About 3 o'clock.

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1) Comment on the formation and use of The Past Perfect Tense.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
Mr. Smith was within five minutes walk of Oxford Street.

4) Put in a necessary conjunction.
. you finish your test, you may go home.

5) Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II and III types).
If I (to live) in Moscow, I (to visit) the Kremlin every year.

6) Change the following direct speech sentence into reported speech.
Jess is saying to Mary: 'I've tried to get you on the phone all morning.'

7) Put the question to the underlined word.
There are all modern conveniences in the cottage.

8) Correct the sentence if necessary. Decide where to use the Present Simple, the Present Continuous, the Present Perfect or the Present Perfect Continuous Tense.
Listen, now he is climbs the stairs!

9) Put the verb in brackets in the infinitive or the ing form.
After half an hour, we stopped (make) ... a cup of tea.

10) Complete the sentence with a suitable phrasal verb.
The meaning of a phrasal verb is given in brackets. I don't see why you ___ ___ ___ foreigners. (despise)

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1) Comment on the formation and use of The Past Simple Tense.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
Mr. Black apologized for leaving the door open.

4) Put in a necessary conjunction.
I spent a year in England I can speak English.

5) Rewrite the following sentence making the conditional sentence.
You did not ring me up, so I did not know you were in trouble. If

6) Change the following direct speech sentence into reported speech.
May said to me: 'You'll be the secretary at the meeting.'

7) Put the question to the underlined word.
It often rains in autumn in this part of the country.

8) Use the verbs given in brackets in proper Present Tense. (Present Simple, Present Continuous or Present Perfect).
Ann (fail) her exam two times because she (be) so bad at doing sums. But she (practice) for a week now, I hope she will pass it.

9) Complete the sentence by filling the gaps with a suitable form of participle.
The burglar must have got in through (to break) ... window.

10) Rewrite the following sentence, using must, cant, or might.
Now I can hear voices. Perhaps he's talking to Miss Smith.

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1) Articles with uncountable nouns.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the following from English into Russian.
If we worked all night we would finish in time, but we have no intention of working all night.

4) Complete the sentence. Fill in the missing preposition(s).
The only people she looks ___ are her grandparents. But she looks down on other people.

5) Finish the following sentence. If you lived in the countryside

6) Change the following direct speech sentence into reported speech.
Ann said to her: 'I don't think you should go there.'

7) Combine the following individual sentences into a single sentence with relative clauses.
Mr. Smith (Mr. Smiths team has lost the game) looks very sad.

8) Choose the best future form. We're going to be late for the party. By the time we get there, all the others will be eating / will have eaten.

9) In the following pair of sentences, the same verb is missing twice, once used as Participle I and once as Participle II. Insert it in its correct form.
(to save) We took a short-cut, ___ three hours on our journey time. A baby ___ from drowning by a quick-thinking teenager is making good progress, and will be allowed home soon.

10) Write must, need or a form of have to in each gap. Question forms and negatives are also included. I hate cold, winter mornings, when I get up.

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1) The Complex Subject. The formation and use.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
Why don't you go in for the "Miss United Kingdom" contest, Mary? I'm sure you'd win it.

4) Complete the sentence. Fill in the missing preposition(s).
Children grow ___ their clothes so quickly. It costs a fortune to clothe them properly.

5) Finish the following sentence. I could have walked more quickly if my suitcase

6) Use the verbs in brackets in the appropriate tense form. Observe the rules of the sequence of tenses.
He thought he (to introduce) her to his wife.

7) Put the question to the underlined word. They were in London last summer.

8) Put the verbs given in brackets in proper Past Tense. (Past Simple, Past Perfect, Past Continuous Past Perfect Continuous).
At 6 oclock Mr. White (know) they were not coming.

9) Complete the sentence by filling the gaps with a suitable form of participle.
He was thrilled by the film and thought it very (to excite)...

10) Choose the proper phrasal verb. to reduce fall off / cut down on

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1) Comment on the use and the way of translation of the modal verb would.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
I was afraid that he was going to be angry with me.

4) Complete the sentence. Fill in the missing preposition(s).
We must try to cut ___the amount of money we spend. We just can't make ends meet.

5) Rewrite the following sentence making the conditional sentence.
There was no sugar left, so we went to the shop late in the evening. If

6) Use the verbs in brackets in the appropriate tense form. Observe the rules of the sequence of tenses.
I decided that if I put the ice-cream in the fridge it (to thicken up).

7) Put the question to the underlined word. The children are swimming in the river now.

8) Choose the best future form. What time does you plane get in / will your plane get in?

9) Put the verb in brackets in the infinitive or the ing form.
I started (read) ...classical literature at the age of six.

10) Choose the proper phrasal verb. to collect look up to / call for

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1) Comment on the formation and use of The Passive Voice.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentences from English into Russian.
I have forgotten to bring my briefcase with me. I have to go back for it.

4) Fill in the correct preposition.
You should finish tomorrow all means.

5) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.
You wouldnt have missed the teachers explanation if you (to arrive) in time.

6) Change the following direct speech sentence into reported speech.
I advised him: 'Be careful what you say.'

7) Put the question to the underlined word. Babies have five meals a day.

8) Correct the sentence if necessary. Decide where to use the Present Simple, the Present Continuous, the Present Perfect or the Present Perfect Continuous Tense.
The house stands on its own, on a hill that is overlooking the park.

9) Put the verb in brackets in the infinitive or the ing form.
The lecture began very badly, but the professor went on (make) ... some interesting points.

10) Rewrite the following sentence, using must, cant, or might.
I'm sure he's working in his garden now. I can hear someone digging.

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1) The Article. The use of articles with common nouns.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
By the 12 th of March, 1999, he will have been living in London for 10 years.

4) Put in a necessary conjunction.
we visited London, we went to the Tower.

5) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.
If they (not to go) to Moscow last year, they would not have heard that famous musician.

6) Choose the right variant.
Do you know how long (he has been learning/he been learning) English?

7) Put the question to the underlined word. The tourists have been speaking French.

8) Use the verbs given in brackets in proper Present Tense. (Present Simple, Present Continuous or Present Perfect).
How long you (have) these gloves?
I (have) them for ages.

9) Put the verb in brackets in the infinitive or the ing form.
I'm not used to (think) ... so hard this early in the morning.

10) Complete each sentence with a suitable verb (in the first part of the sentence) and a suitable preposition (particle) (in the second part of the sentence.)
James ___ into quite a large sum of money when his parents were killed when the plane they were in crashed as it was taking ___.

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1) Comment on the formation and use of The Participle I.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
After he had come from the pool, he sat in the glow from the sunset.

4) Put in a necessary conjunction.
The alarm was raised the fire was discovered.

5) Rewrite the following sentence making the conditional sentence.
The travellers had no cameras with them, so they could not take photos of the beautiful scenery. If

6) Change the following direct speech sentence into reported speech.
Mother asked the son: "What did you do last evening?"

7) Put the question to the underlined word. Mr. Clark is driving his new Ford today.

8) Correct the sentence if necessary. Decide where to use the Present Simple, the Present Continuous, the Present Perfect or the Present Perfect Continuous Tense.
I dont buy a new battery since last year.

9) Complete the sentence by filling the gaps with a suitable form of participle.
(to be) ... rather exhausted, she decided to give the meeting a miss.

10) Complete each sentence with a suitable verb (in the first part of the sentence) and a suitable preposition (particle) (in the second part of the sentence.)
She's ___ out! Quick somebody! Get the smelling salts! That should bring her ...

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1) Comment on the rules of Sequence of Tenses.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
You should always lock the front door when you go out.

4) Complete the sentence. Fill in the missing preposition(s).
We're run ___ sugar. Could you buy some more?

5) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.
You wouldnt have got a two if you (to write) the test successfully.

6) Choose the right variant. Breakfast is a meal (that/ what) is eaten in the morning.

7) Put the question to the underlined word. She does her room every day.

8) Correct the sentence if necessary. Decide where to use the Past Simple, the Past Continuous, the Past Perfect or the Past Perfect Continuous Tense.
Sharon had found the job she had wanted last year.

9) In the following pair of sentences, the same verb is missing twice, once used as Participle I and once as Participle II. Insert it in its correct form.
(to injure) I fell on the ice, ___ my arm. Three people, ___ when their car crashed on the M 1, were taken to hospital.

10) Complete the sentence with a suitable phrasal verb.
The meaning of a phrasal verb is given in brackets. Its very expensive to ___ ___ a large house nowadays. (look after.)

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1) Comment on the formation and use of The Future Perfect Continuous Tense.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
May I take your textbook? Yes. You may but you mustn't give it to anyone. You needn't say it to me, I know.

4) Put in a necessary conjunction.
He was very happy he could speak and write Polish.

5) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.
Mikes vocabulary will increase greatly if he (to read) 50 pages every day.

6) Change the following direct speech sentence into reported speech.
They have just said to us: 'We're going to change our plan.'

7) Put a question to the underlined words.
We all noticed her make more mistakes than usual. (what?)

8) Correct the sentence if necessary. Decide where to use the Present Simple, the Present Continuous, the Present Perfect or the Present Perfect Continuous Tense.
You are looking very worried.

9) In the following pair of sentences, the same verb is missing twice, once used as Participle I and once as Participle II. Insert it in its correct form.
(to grow) Crops ___ under glass mature more quickly than those in the open. Farmers ___ such crops can therefore catch the early markets.

10) Choose the proper phrasal verb. to kill smb do smb. in / take smb. off

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1) The Article. Comment on their use and main functions.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
An enormous dog was passing at the end of the alley while we were standing at the door of the house.

4) Fill in the correct preposition.
He spoke me the top of his voice.

5) Rewrite the following sentence making the conditional sentence.
You cannot enjoy this party because you have a toothache. If

6) Correct the reported question. Rewrite the question.
Alex asked did he need to be a member to use the gym.

7) Put the question to the underlined word. Steve phoned Scotland Yard.

8) Put the verbs given in brackets in proper Past Tense. (Past Simple, Past Perfect, Past Continuous Past Perfect Continuous).
She (get) a message saying he (pass) the exam.

9) Complete the sentence by filling the gaps with a suitable form of participle.
We were awfully (to be shoked) ... by the company's decision, which seemed quite wrong to us.

10) Rewrite the following sentence, using must, can't, or might.
Perhaps he spent all his money when he was younger.

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1) Articles with countable nouns.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the following from English into Russian.
This flat would be all right if the people above us werent so noisy.

4) Put in a necessary conjunction.
Tell me you signed the contract. Was it yesterday or a week ago? I would like to know the day.

5) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.
If I not (to know) English, I should not be able to enjoy Byrons poetry.

6) Choose the right variant.
Do you know the man (which/who) was playing the piano at the party?

7) Put the question to the underlined word.
The manager expected the secretary to arrive at 9 oclock.

8) Put the verbs given in brackets in proper Past Tense. (Past Simple, Past Perfect, Past Continuous Past Perfect Continuous).
We (play) for about an hour when it (start) to rain very heavily.

9) Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund1. Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund. We walked for a long time. We didn't speak to one another. (without)

10) Write must, need or a form of have to in each gap. Question forms and negatives are also included. I think I've put on weight. I ... watch what I eat in future.

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1) Comment on the use and the way of translation of the modal verb can.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
I left my address in case he wanted to write to me.

4) Change the sentence to incorporate the expressions in brackets.
In spite of Peters sadness at losing the contest, he managed to smile. (although)

5) Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II and III types).
If I (to see her), I (to be) glad.

6) Change the following direct speech sentence into reported speech.
A woman asked the girl: 'Do you live in this street?'

7) Combine the following individual sentences into a single sentence with relative clauses.
The professor (you spoke to the professor yesterday) is not here today.

8) Correct the sentence if necessary. Decide where to use the Present Simple, the Present Continuous, the Present Perfect or the Present Perfect Continuous Tense.
We are knowing several fascinating people at the party tonight.

9) Complete the sentence by filling the gaps with a suitable form of participle.
(to suppose) ... you had no money, what would you do?

10) Write must, need or a form of have to in each gap. Question forms and negatives are also included. I'm sure she didn't mean to upset you. You ... take things so personally.

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1) Comment on the formation and use of The Participle II.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
Mike likes being invited by his friends.

4) Complete the sentence. Fill in the missing preposition(s).
Keep ___ me! I've got a terrible cold, and I don't want to give it to you.

5) Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II and III types).
If my mother (to buy) a cake, we (to have) a very nice tea-party.

6) Use the verbs in brackets in the appropriate tense form. Observe the rules of the sequence of tenses.
They thought (to have breakfast) out in a cafe.

7) Put a question to the underlined words. Nick saw her making signs to him. (what?)

8) Choose the best future form. I'm leaving on Monday. I won't be back / I'm not going to be back until Sunday evening.

9) In the following pair of sentences, the same verb is missing twice, once used as Participle I and once as Participle II. Insert it in its correct form.
(to drive) People ___ to work on the a 236 from Bath to Swindon should beware of woodworks just outside Bath where there are hold-ups. The first train, ___ by steam, was called Stephenson's Rocket.

10) Write must, need or a form of have to in each gap. Question forms and negatives are also included. How did you manage to break your bike? You ... learn to look after the toys.

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1) The Complex Object with Participle I. The formation and use.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentences from English into Russian.
I saw Ann yesterday. She had travelled for three months, had been to different countries and had met a lot of interesting people.

4) Change the sentence to incorporate the expressions in brackets.
We took many pictures though the sky was cloudy. (despite)

5) Rewrite the following sentence making the conditional sentence.
You are very absent-minded, and thats why you always make many mistakes. If

6) Choose the right variant.
I cant remember (which he was wearing/ what he was wearing) at the party.

7) Put a question to the underlined words.
Jane often watched her friend write letters. (what?)

8) Use the verbs given in brackets in proper Present Tense. (Present Simple, Present Continuous or Present Perfect).
Are you going to sunbathe?
Dont be ridiculous! It (rain) all day and it (not stop) yet.

9) Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund1. Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund. He left the room. He didn't say a word. (without)

10) Rewrite the following sentence, using must, cant, or might.
They're talking about money. Perhaps John owes the other man some money.

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1) Comment on the use and the way of translation of the modal verb need.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
We shall be able to send you the goods at the beginning of March provided that the order is received immediately.

4) Fill in the correct preposition.
Why are you such a hurry?

5) Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II and III types).
If Mike (to live) near the wood, he (to gather) a lot of mushrooms.

6) Use the verbs in brackets in the appropriate tense form. Observe the rules of the sequence of tenses.
He was sure he (to be back) that very night but it all turned out differently.

7) Put the question to the underlined word. She was a pretty young lady.

8) Correct the sentence if necessary. Decide where to use the Past Simple, the Past Continuous, the Past Perfect or the Past Perfect Continuous Tense.
He completed the work by tea-time.

9) Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund1. Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund. He wanted to buy a pen. He bought some new stamps. (Instead of)

10) Complete each sentence with a suitable verb (in the first part of the sentence) and a suitable preposition (particle) (in the second part of the sentence.)
Although there was a public outcry when the news___ out that the Prime Minister had been taking bribes it didn't take long for all the bless to die ___.

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1) Comment on the formation and use of The Present Simple Tense.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
He was surprised at having been asked about it.

4) Complete the sentence. Fill in the missing preposition(s).
Please don't let me disturb you. Carry ___ your work.

5) Rewrite the following sentence making the conditional sentence.
It rained heavily, so we got drenched to the skin. If

6) Use the verbs in brackets in the appropriate tense form. Observe the rules of the sequence of tenses.
Bill looked concerned as he felt he (to be) ten minutes late.

7) Combine the following individual sentences into a single sentence with relative clauses.
The last record (the record was produced by this company) became a gold record.

8) Use the verbs given in brackets in proper Present Tense. (Present Simple, Present Continuous or Present Perfect).
The police (not find) the burglar yet. They (look) for him since Saturday.

9) Put the verb in brackets in the infinitive or the ing form.
I used to (think) ... that life ended at 30.

10) Complete the sentence with a suitable phrasal verb.
The meaning of a phrasal verb is given in brackets. Her husband treats her really badly. I don't know how she ___ ___ ___. (tolerates)

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1) Comment on the formation and use of The Infinitive.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
Alex, I'd like you to look into this complaint we received this morning.

4) Put in a necessary conjunction.
I know hes going to be late.

5) Rewrite the following sentence making the conditional sentence.
A huge black cloud appeared from behind the forest, so we had to turn back and hurry home. If

6) Correct the reported question. Rewrite the question.
Mr. Smart enquired had duty to be paid on the goods.

7) Combine the following individual sentences into a single sentence with relative clauses.
Jane is the woman. Jane is going to China next year.

8) Correct the sentence if necessary. Decide where to use the Past Simple, the Past Continuous, the Past Perfect or the Past Perfect Continuous Tense.
When he was arriving, he checked in immediately.

9) Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund1. Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund. They planned to go to the cinema after classes, but then they changed their minds and went to the theatre instead. (Instead of)

10) Write must, need or a form of have to in each gap. Question forms and negatives are also included. I have perfect teeth. I ... never ... have a single filling.

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1) Comment on the use and the way of translation of the modal verb shall.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
I knew that it had been raining as the roofs were wet.

4) Put in a necessary conjunction.
The people lived here before us took very great care of it.

5) Finish the following sentence. If you took a course in computer programming

6) Choose the right variant.
Alex has got 2 sisters and 3 brothers. So can you tell me how many brothers (has he got/ he has got)?

7) Put the question to the underlined word. That man has been to Australia five times.

8) Correct the sentence if necessary. Decide where to use the Past Simple, the Past Continuous, the Past Perfect or the Past Perfect Continuous Tense.
Until he had explained second time, I didnt understand what he was meaning.

9) Put the verb in brackets in the infinitive or the ing form.
I remember (see) ... him in the part of Hamlet at the Academy Theatre.

10) Choose the proper phrasal verb. to publish bring out / come into.

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1) Articles with countable nouns modified by attributes.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
Your son doesn't read much, does he? Unfortunately, I can't make him read more.

4) Change the sentence to incorporate the expressions in brackets.
Though he has been absent frequently, he has managed to pass the test. (in spite of)

5) Finish the following sentence. If you dont like films, why ?

6) Correct the reported question. Rewrite the question.
She asked what done had been to help the homeless.

7) Put a question to the underlined words.
There were lots of people and I didn't notice her leave the room. (what?)

8) Correct the sentence if necessary. Decide where to use the Present Simple, the Present Continuous, the Present Perfect or the Present Perfect Continuous Tense.
Ive already been speaking to the delegates four times.

9) In the following pair of sentences, the same verb is missing twice, once used as Participle I and once as Participle II. Insert it in its correct form.
(to admire) I stared at the canvas for ages, ___ the artist's skill and eye for detail. Swiss watches ___ for their elegance and precision, are sold throughout the world.

10) Complete each sentence with a suitable verb (in the first part of the sentence) and a suitable preposition (particle) (in the second part of the sentence.)
I ___ across these old books while I was clearing ___ the attic.

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1) The Complex Object with the Infinitive. The formation and use.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
The girl had to tell a lie, didn't she? Yes , she did, her brother made her do it.

4) Fill in the correct preposition.
It all depends you.

5) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.
If he (to work) hard, he would have achieved great progress.

6) Change the following direct speech sentence into reported speech.
Sue says to me: 'I like to swim in the open sea.'

7) Put a question to the underlined words.

8) Put the verbs given in brackets in proper Past Tense. (Past Simple, Past Perfect, Past Continuous Past Perfect Continuous).
We (go) out to ask them for a drink, but the pub (close).

9) Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund1. Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund.
We visited the museum. We went home. (after)

10) Complete each sentence with a suitable verb (in the first part of the sentence) and a suitable preposition (particle) (in the second part of the sentence.)
My father was ___ up two days after war broke ___.

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1) Comment on the use and the way of translation of the modal verb be to.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
You can't have a sandwich, I'm afraid. We're run out of bread.

4) Complete the sentence. Fill in the missing preposition(s).
Face ___ the facts, Alex, and stop living with your head in the clouds. You'll never get anywhere if you don't work at it.

5) Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II and III types).
If you (to be busy), I (to leave) you alone.

6) Correct the reported question. Rewrite the question.
Nick wondered would who be the first to reach the summit.

7) Combine the following individual sentences into a single sentence with relative clauses.
This book (I found the book last week) contains some useful information.

8) Choose the best future form. My car won't start /isn't going to start. It must be the cold, I think.

9) In the following pair of sentences, the same verb is missing twice, once used as Participle I and once as Participle II. Insert it in its correct form.
(to produce) The film, ___ by Stephen Spielberg, is expected to be a great hit. Power stations ___ enough energy to supply several towns are soon to be built on the south coast.

10) Rewrite the following sentence, using must, can't, or might.
They are shouting. Perhaps they are having an argument.

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1) Comment on the formation and use of The Future Continuous Tense.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
The bomb went off with such a loud bang which could be heard all over the town.

4) Complete the sentence. Fill in the missing preposition(s).
She's such a snob. She looks ___ people who have to work for their living.

5) Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II and III types).
If you (be free), I (to come) to see you.

6) Choose the right variant.
Now close your books and see how much (do you remember / you can remember).

7) Put the question to the underlined word.
The pupils had been writing their test and by 3 oclock they still hadnt finished.

8) Use the verbs given in brackets in proper Present Tense. (Present Simple, Present Continuous or Present Perfect).
Customers (ring) up all morning complaining about getting incorrect bills.
I (know). Something (go) wrong with our computer .

9) Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund1. Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund. He did the exercise. Then he switched on TV. (after)

10) Rewrite the following sentence, using must, cant, or might.
I'm sure he hasn't retired yet. He still leaves the house every morning.

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1) Comment on the use and the way of translation of the modal verb will.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
The more English books you read, the richer becomes your English vocabulary.

4) Complete the sentence. Fill in the missing preposition(s).
The antique table is very beautiful, but it doesn't fit ___ the rest of the furniture, which is modern.

5) Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II and III types).
If I (to get) a ticket, I (to go) to the concert.

6) Correct the reported question. Rewrite the question.
Gill asked Jack how was his head.

7) Combine the following individual sentences into a single sentence with relative clauses.
Anton bought a camera. The camera has three lenses.

8) Choose the best future form. Bye, Jane. I'll be seeing you / I'll see you on Monday. Have a good trip.

9) Complete the sentence by filling the gaps with a suitable form of participle.
The children always look so (to bore) ... when we talk to them.

10) Complete the sentence with a suitable phrasal verb.
The meaning of a phrasal verb is given in brackets. It will cost at least ₤ 1.000 ___ ___ a flat (to decorate).

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1) Comment on the use and the way of translation of the modal verb must.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
We couldn't cross the river in this place. A new bridge over it was still being built.

4) Complete the sentence. Fill in the missing preposition(s).
When I look ___ my childhood, I realize what a happy time it was.

5) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.
If he were not such an outstanding actor, he (not to have) so many admirers.

6) Use the verbs in brackets in the appropriate tense form. Observe the rules of the sequence of tenses.
We hoped they (to receive) our letter before they started.

7) Put the question to the underlined word. Mr. Smith was a driver 5 years ago.

8) Put the verbs given in brackets in proper Past Tense. (Past Simple, Past Perfect, Past Continuous Past Perfect Continuous).
Margaret (be) late for work. Her friends (be) very surprised. She never (be) late before.

9) Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund1. Join the following sentences, using the preposition. Open the brackets, put the gerund. Kate promised to bring some fruit to the party. She brought some cakes instead. (Instead of)

10) Write must, need or a form of have to in each gap. Question forms and negatives are also included. There's a new Indian restaurant just opened that you (a) ... go to. It's wonderful. You ...reserve a table, though, because it is so popular already.

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1) Comment on the use and the way of translation of the modal verb have to.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the following from English into Russian.
Our family wont be able to buy this TV set unless I win a large sum of money.

4) Fill in the correct preposition.
Did you pay cheque or cash?

5) Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II and III types).
If my friend (to come) to see me, I (to be) very glad.

6) Choose the right variant. Can you tell me where (do you buy/you bought) your clothes?

7) Put the question to the underlined word. We posted the letters two weeks ago.

8) Correct the sentence if necessary. Decide where to use the Present Simple, the Present Continuous, the Present Perfect or the Present Perfect Continuous Tense.
They havent been selling all the tickets for the Cup Final yet.

9) Complete the sentence by filling the gaps with a suitable form of participle.
(to have) ... packed our cases, we took a taxi to the airport.

10) Complete the sentence with a suitable phrasal verb.
The meaning of a phrasal verb is given in brackets. We must ___ ___ a date for the firm's Christimas party soon. (arrange).

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1) Comment on the use and the way of translation of the modal verb should.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
I wonder who first came up with the idea of wearing seatbelts in cars?

4) Change the sentence to incorporate the expressions in brackets.
Mary will take a plane, even though she dislikes flying. (in spite of)

5) Finish the following sentence. If we have another puncture

6) Use the verbs in brackets in the appropriate tense form. Observe the rules of the sequence of tenses.
When we arrived at the place we found that all (already, to leave).

7) Combine the following individual sentences into a single sentence with relative clauses.
Janet wants a typewriter. The typewriter self-corrects.

8) Correct the sentence if necessary. Decide where to use the Past Simple, the Past Continuous, the Past Perfect or the Past Perfect Continuous Tense.
The writer was spending most of his childhood in Canada.

9) Complete the sentence by filling the gaps with a suitable form of participle.
The departmental head spoke to his assistant, (to ask) ... why he was being so uncooperative.

10) Rewrite the following sentence, using must, cant, or might.
I'm sure he isn't very welloff. His house is in a terrible mess.

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1) Comment on the formation and use of The Present Continuous Tense.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the sentence from English into Russian.
As I had met Mr. Smith several times, I was able to recommend him to them as a very good manager.

4) Change the sentence to incorporate the expressions in brackets.
Despite her poor memory, the old woman told interesting stories to the children. (even though)

5) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.
If you (to write) the composition long ago, you would not have disturbed me.

6) Use the verbs in brackets in the appropriate tense form. Observe the rules of the sequence of tenses.
Jane wants to know exactly what (to happen).

7) Put the question to the underlined word. It has been snowing hard all the morning.

8) Correct the sentence if necessary. Decide where to use the Past Simple, the Past Continuous, the Past Perfect or the Past Perfect Continuous Tense.
Who are they? Oh, a group of students who had arrived in Ramsgate a week ago.

9) Put the verb in brackets in the infinitive or the ing form.
Did you remember (see) ... Tom and tell him that we can't come on Sunday?

10) Choose the proper phrasal verb. to remember look back on / come up against

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1) Comment on the formation and use of The Future Simple Tense.

2) Translate from Russian into English.
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3) Translate the following from English into Russian.
If Mr. Smith had called on them yesterday, they would have given him your letter.

4) Change the sentence to incorporate the expressions in brackets.
Nancy told me the secret, despite having promised not to do so. (though)

5) Open the brackets filling the right form of the verb.
If it (to rain) we will have to stay at home.

6) Correct the reported question. Rewrite the question.
The journalists wanted to know which machine done had best in the tests.

7) Put the question to the underlined word.
Mrs. Devis and Mrs. White were teachers in a primary school.

8) Correct the sentence if necessary. Decide where to use the Present Simple, the Present Continuous, the Present Perfect or the Present Perfect Continuous Tense.
When you are heating the pan, the fat is beginning to sizzle.

9) Put the verb in brackets in the infinitive or the ing form.
I couldn't help them (find) ... what they were looking for as I was in too much of a hurry.

10) Write must, need or a form of have to in each gap. Question forms and negatives are also included. It's only a thirty-minute drive, so we (a) ... go until about 4 o'clock. I ... do my packing. I haven't started yet.

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