VIII. Put the verbs in brackets into the Past Indefinite or

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VIII. Put the verbs in brackets into the Past Indefinite or

Past Continuous Tense:

1. He suddenly (realize) that he (travel) in the wrong direction. 2. When you (see) him last? 3. He (have) a bath when the phone rang. Very unwillingly he (get) out of the bath and (go) to answer it. 4. I (share) a flat with him when we were students. He always (complain) about my untidiness. 5. When I (hear) the кnock I (go) to the door and (open) it, but I (not recognize) him at first because he (wear) dark glasses. 6. The whole family (watch) a detective film on TV when I (come) into the room. 7. You looked very busy when I (see) you last night. What you (do)? 8. We (not go) out because it (rain) 9. The house was quiet. The boys (play) chess and Mary (read) a book. 10. Who you (talk) to on the telephone as I came in?

IX. Translate into English:

1. З ким ти вчора розмовляв, коли я зустрів тебе на вулиці? — Із другом. Він приїхав з Одеси два дні тому. Він поспішав до уні­верситету, коли я його зустрів. 2. Де ти був о третій годині? Я теле­фонував тобі, але ніхто не відповів. — Я був у бібліотеці. Я готувався до семінару в цей час. 3. Я повертався додому пізно. Дощу не було, але дув сильний вітер. Коли я прийшов додому, мій молодший брат спав, мама готувала вечерю, а батько дивився телевізор. 4. Коли він про­кинувся, його дружина сиділа біля вікна і щось читала. 5. Цікаво, яку пісню ви співали, коли ми прийшли?

The Future Continuous Tense

X. Give short and full answers:

1. Will you be waiting for us at this time tomorrow? 2. Will our partners be organizing the conference in January? 3. Will you be doing your homework after supper? 4. Will they be speaking to their friends at the meeting tomorrow? 5. Will your parents be giving a party on Sunday?
6. Will you be practising your English all day? 7. Will you be working late this evening? 8. Will your teacher be explaining the rule at the lesson?

XI. Answer the following questions:

1. What will you be doing in the afternoon? 2. Who will be waiting for you after classes? 3. Where will your friend be waiting for you? 4. Will you be watching your favourite TV programme? 5. Will you be doing your homework after supper? 6. Will you be practising your English? 7. I wonder what you will be doing at this time tomorrow. 8. Will you be working all day tomorrow? 9. Will you be reading up for your exams in May?

XII. Make the following sentences interrogative and negative:

Pattern: He will be waiting for you at 6 tomorrow.

Will hebe waiting for you at 6 tomorrow?

He won’t /will not/ be waiting for you at 6 tomorrow.

1. John will be flying over the Pyrenees in a few days. 2. At 9.30 he will be watching the match on TV. 3. The students will be considering this problem at this time tomorrow. 4. You’ll be translating these sentences at the lesson next week. 5. He will be expecting me at three o’clock. 6. She will be writing a letter tonight. 7. We shall be flying to London at this time tomorrow. 8. We shall be packing our things when you come.

XIII. Translate into Ukrainian:

1. If you come after eleven o’clock, I shall be sleeping. 2. While you are having dinner, I shall be reading the newspaper. 3. They will be having supper when we come. 4. Don’t be late. He will be waiting for you in the library at nine o’clock. 5. Don’t ring her up at six. She will be putting the children to bed. Ring later. 6. You’d better go back now. Your mother will be wondering where you are. 7. She can’t come at two o’clock tomorrow, because she’ll be giving a lesson at that time.

XIV. Put questions to the italicized words:

1. The train will be approaching to the station at 10 o’clock. 2. They will be receiving their friends at this time the day after tomorrow. 3. Her son will be doing his military service next year. 4. My sister will be interviewing a foreign guest. 5. She will be reading a detective story tomorrow evening.
6. At this time next year Helen will be enjoying the sunshine of the Crimea. 7. My grandfather will be working in the garden when you arrive. 8. Your friends will be waiting at the airport to greet you.

XV. Complete the disjunctive questions:

1. Peter will be watching the match on television tonight, ... ? 2. She will be singing Ukrainian folk songs at the concert tomorrow, ... ? 3. His father will be repairing the car the whole day, ... ? 4.Your Granny won’t be grumbling, ... ? 5. It won’t be raining tomorrow morning, ... ? 6. He’ll be returning home at that time, ... ?

XVI. Change the following sentences into the Future Continuous:

1. He is talking to a friend of his. 2. Where are you hurrying to? —
I am hurrying to the railway station. 3. My wife is preparing for departure.
4. I shall wait for you at the metro station. 5. Mary will bathe in the Black Sea next week. 6. Richard will type business letters tomorrow. 7. My daughter is washing her dress. 8. They were having dinner at three.

XVII. Complete the following sentences:

1. I think we’ll be there in time (we, come by the fast train). 2. Don’t leave yet (we, have an interesting conversation). 3. Look, it is getting dark (it, rain in a minute). 4. There is nothing he likes better than to tell stories. I wonder which (he, tell us next). 5. She will not come (she, move to a new flat). 6. He won’t go for a walk (he, work on his report).

XVIII. Translate into English:

1. Я ще працюватиму, коли ви повернетеся. 2. Приходьте, будь-ласка. Лектор розповідатиме про свою поїздку до Англії. 3. Улітку ви, звичайно, знову будете подорожувати. 4. Ходімо швидше. За хвилину піде дощ. 5. Студенти писатимуть курсову роботу в квітні. 6. Завтра
о цій порі вони під’їжджатимуть до Києва.

Degrees of Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs

XIX. Give the comparative and superlative forms of the following

adjectives and adverbs:

a) big, heavy, short, dirty, clean, near, bad, little, much, wet, cheap, pale, hot, large, fat, early, pretty, happy, bright, dark, dry, flat, fresh, full, quick, late, rich, clever, good, far, thin, thick, weak, easy.

b) famous, expensive, wonderful, important, active, difficult, interesting, beautiful, comfortable, careful, pleasant, active, popular.

XX. Answer the following questions:

a) 1. Which country is larger: England or the United States of America? 2. Is Kyiv larger than New York? 3. Is the Black Sea deeper than the Caspian Sea? 4. Which month is longer: March or April? 5. When is it warmer: in April or in May? 6. When is it colder: in November or in December?

b) 1. Which is the longest/shortest day of the year? 2. Which is the shortest month of the year? 3. Which is the largest city in Ukraine? 4. Which is the largest city in the United States of America? 5. Which is the deepest lake in the world? 6. Which is the highest mountain in the world?

XXI. Complete the following sentences by using as ... as:

Pattern: I’m quite tall but you are taller. I’m not as tall as you.

1. My salary is high but yours is higher. My salary isn’t ___________ . 2. They have lived here for quite a long time but we’ve lived here longer. They haven’t _________ . 3. I still feel quite tired but I felt a lot more tired yesterday. I don’t _______ . 4. The weather is unpleasant today but yesterday it was worse. The weather isn’t ___________ . 5. I was a bit nervous before the interview but usually I’m a lot more nervous. I wasn’t ___________ . 6. He works reasonably hard but he used to work much harder. He doesn’t ___________ .

XXII. Write sentences making a comparison between the two

given words:

Pattern:eye (bright) stars — Her eyes were as bright as stars.

1. night (black) pitch; 2. apple (sweet) honey; 3. eyes (blue) sky; 4. linen (white) snow; 5. child (timid) deer; 6. water (cold) ice; 7. voice (sweet) music.

XXIII. Make sentences with the same meaning by using as ... as:

Pattern: Nick is younger than Mary.—- Nick isn’t as old as Mary.

1. American coffee is weaker than Turkish coffee. 2. Hamburger is less expensive than steak. 3. Money is less important than good health.
4. Tom’s pronunciation is worse than Ann’s. 5. In my opinion, English is more difficult than German. 6. I’m shorter than my sister.

XXIV. Fill in the blanks with as ... as or not so ... as:

1. This story is ... long ... that one, but it is ... interesting. 2. He is ... old ... he looks. 3. He is ... strong ... his brother. 4. The temperature today is ... high ... it was yesterday. 5. I am ... busy today ... you are. 6. My sister knows English ... well ... I do. 7. Janet is ... attractive ... Helen. 8. My friend’s car is ... new ... mine.

XXV. Translate into English:

1. Сьогодні так само холодно, як і вчора. 2. Моє пальто не таке тепле, як ваше. 3. Волосся у старого було біле, наче сніг. 4. Апельсини, що їх ви купили, кислі, наче лимони. 5. Щоки у хлопчика були червоні, наче яблука. 6. Дівчина була гарна, наче троянда. Шкіра в неї була ніжна, наче в дитини, а очі голубі, як небо. 7. Микола так само дотеп­ний, як і його батько. 8. Діти в сусідній кімнаті були тихі, наче миші.

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