Change the sentences of unreal conditions in the present into unreal conditions in the past.

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Change the sentences of unreal conditions in the present into unreal conditions in the past.

1. If she tired, she could be better. 2. He would do more work if he were able. 3. I should live better if I earned more money. 4. If I knew the answer, I should tell you. 5. He wouldn't come unless you invited him. 6. We shouldn't remember it if it weren't so strange. 7. If I had time, I would help you. 8. Peter would come if you wanted him to. 10. If you wrote more often, you would receive more letters. 11. They would prefer to keep it if they could. 12. I would buy it by myself if I had money. 13. If they offered it to me for nothing, I wouldn't take it. 14. I should break a promise if I answered your question. 15. If you swore to keep a secret, I would tell you.


14. Match the sentences in column A with the sentences from column B


1. If I go on a diet a. we'll make a snowman
2. If it's sunny tomorrow b. I'll buy you some chocolate
3. If John doesn't hurry c. she'll have to take a taxi
4. If it snows d. I'll lose weight
5. If there sre no buses e. he'll be late
6. If you are a good girl f. we'll go for a picnic

Complete the sentences in proper type of conditional sentences.

John Smith is in prison. How did it happen? If John (not / to oversleep), he (not / to be) late for work. If he (not / to be) late for work, his boss (not / to fire) him. If John (not / to lose) his job, he (not / to need) money and he (not / to rob) the bank. If he (not / to rob) the bank, the police (not / to arrest) him.

Make up sentences from the right column according to the situation in the left column.


e.g. Daniel had fallen ill. put on coat / catch cold

Daniel wouldn't have caught cold if he had put on coat.


1. Nick has broken his leg. climb ladder / break his leg
2. Mr. Davidson had got a smashed car. drive carefully / avoid accident
3. John Smithson was the second in the competition. run faster / win the race
4. Chris has cut his finger. play with knife / cut finger
5. Mary has got a terrible headache. have headache / take aspirin
6. Mrs. Claydon has nothing left for supper. leave fish on the tablet / cat eat it


17.Translate the sentences into English the different types of the Conditionals.

1. Если вы пришлете кирпич, мы закончим строительство объекта в этом месяце.

Если бы вы прислали кирпич в следующем месяце, мы бы закончили строительство объекта.

Если бы вы прислали кирпич в прошлом месяце, мы бы уже закончили строительство объекта.

2. Если вы не будете нам мешать, мы закончим работу в срок.

Если бы вы не мешали нам сейчас, мы бы закончили работу в срок.

Если бы вы не мешали нам вчера, мы бы закончили работу в срок.

3. Конструкция будет надежнее, если вы используете этот материал.

Конструкция была бы надежнее, если бы вы использовали этот материал. (используйте его)

Конструкция была бы надежнее, если бы вы использовали этот материал.

(но вы не использовали его)



18.Read and translate the supplementary text.



1. Answer the following questions:

What famous people stand behind these world known logos?

What do you know about each of them?



Choose the text you will read according to your specialization.

TEXT№1 Christopher Wren

1. Do you know the facts concerning Wren’s genius and talent (in science, in architecture); what else can you say about him?

2. Read the text and check your answers.

Christopher Wren

It was in 1666 that Christopher Wren (1632 – 1723) was appointed Surveyor- General, and principal architect for rebuilding the City of London after the Great Fire, and in 1667 he became Surveyor – General of the Royal Works at the age of thirty-five. Mr. Wren had already achieved European fame as an astronomer and mathematician. For some years he had dabbed in architecture, and in 1662 had designed the Sheldonian Theatre, a building more remarkable for its constructional and acoustical properties than for its architectural attraction.

Wren had produced plans for the rebuilding of the City after the Fire , and had presented them to the King. Unfortunately this plan wasn’t implemented and a great opportunity was lost.

For the next 38 years Wren was kept busy rebuilding the city churches, of which 35 are attributed to him, and with St.Paul’s Cathedrale.

Even before the Fire he had prepared designs for remodeling the cathedral, largely on the lines of the existing building. This design received the royal warrant in 1675, and the last stone is believed to have been laid in 1710. Wren got over the difficulty of satisfying both interior and exterior appearances by using a double dome separated by a structural brick cone which carried the lantern. The exterior wall is thus high enough to dominate the building without giving too well – like an effect inside.

St.Paul exhibits a handling of mass and detail, light and shade, which puts it in the front rank of English building. It is in the Grand manner, sometimes called Baroque, largely conceived yet neither overpowering in scale nor ostentatious in details.

Of other buildings designed by Wren the best known are Hampton Court Palace, Chelsea and Greenwich Hospitals, and some ranges in the Temple.

During Wren’s lifetime classical design became firmly established, and was adopted almost everywhere, not only by architects but also by working masons and carpenters, whose skill became known even on the continent.


4. Read the text again and answer the questions:

1. When was Christopher Wren appointed Surveyor-General?

2. Why did he become a principal architect?

3. Was he famous only as an architect?

4. Did he manage to realize his plans for the rebuilding of the City after the Fire? Why?

5. How did Christopher Wren rebuild the cathedral?

6. What other buildings designed by Wren do you know?

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