ТОП 10:

THE SIMPLE PAST TENSE NEGATIVE



Ompuu.ame.abHllR </JopMa « npocmoM npoweiJmeM «peMenu

,[(m.c o6pa:mBamrn OTPHilaTeJibHOM <PopMbI B rrpocToM rrpo­ rnemrreM BpeMeHM Bcex rnaroJioB (KpoMe rnaroJioB to be, to

have, can1) MCIIOJib3yeTC5I rnaroJI did c OTPMllaTeJibHOM qac­

TMI1eli not M MHcPMHMTMB OCHOBHOro rnaroJia:

 


Ym«epiJum.

Pedro liked London.

Jan stayed at the Devon Hotel. Tom danced with Helen.

He walked to the station. Hob went to the wedding.


Ompuu.am.

Frieda did not liked London. Lucille did not stay at the

Devon Hotel. Hob did not dance with Helen.

Idid not walk to the station. Jan did not go to the wedding.


 

1 Te 2K:e rnarOJihl, qTQ H B CHOCKe Ha crp. 81.


Tom saw Helen in the garden. We did not see Helen in the

garden.

The artist drew the picture. Idid not draw the picture.

They understood the picture. They did not understand the

picture.

She put her arms round She did not put her arms Tom's neck. round Hob's neck.

B pa3roBope MhI qacTo coKpaII1aeM did not ,n;o didn't. Harrp.: Hob eat a good dinner. Tom didn't eat a good dinner. He drank the wine. He didn 't drink the wine.

0Tpru;aTeJibHbIM OTBeTOM Ha BOIIpOCbl B rrporn. BpeMem1 cny)1on: "No, he didn't", "No, they didn't".

USED TO (o6wtuo)

06pan1Te BHMMamie Ha M,ll;MOMaTMqecKoe Bbipa)KeHMe

used to.

He used to look at her over the garden wall. Mn1McrroJTh3yeM 3TO Bhipa)KeHMe rorn Toro, qro6n1rro,r:i;qepK­

HYTh IIOBTOpHeMOCTh ,r:i;eitCTBMH B IIpOIIIJIOM, a TaIOKe, o ,r:i;eit­ CTBMe TIO K HaCTOHIIIeMY BpeMeHM e 3aBeprneHo. HarrpMMep:

Iused to go to the class every day (but Idon't now).

He used to have dinner at that hotel (but he doesn't now). She used to speak English badly (but she doesn't now).

• E cpOHEH14 E C K A SI T PEHHP O B K A

(n O BT O P EHHE )

B 3TMX o63opHhIX yrrpeHMHX ,r:i;aIOTCH cnoBa, KOTOpn1e MOryT BhI3BaTh 3aTpy,r:i;HeHMH. B 3TOM M rrocJie,r:i;yIOII1MX yrrpa)K­ HeHMHX IIOCJie <PoHeTttqeCKOM TpeHMpOBKM MCIIOJib3yMTe Ka)K­

,r:i;oe M3 ,r:i;aHHbIX CJIOB B rrpe,ll;JIO)KeHMHX:

air, answer, any, many, bread, head, meant, breakfast, meal, pleasant, real, ready, aunt, buy, character, comfortable enough, ate, light, eye.

t::5. Y nPA >K HE HHSI

I. IlocTaBhTe rJiaroJI B npocToe npome)J,mee BpeMH:

1. This seems quite easy.

2. He never dries his hands carefully on the towel.

3. My cat likes fish.

4. That sounds funny.

5. The students go to the class every week-day.

6. I often see aeroplanes flying over my house.

7. I can see the aeroplane in the sky.

8. The students are in Mr. Priestley's study.


9. We understand the story quite well.

10. The children eat too many ices.

11. This artist draws very good pictures.

12. Lucille never drinks tea in the morning.

13. It is not often that Hob goes to a wedding.

14. That is what Hob says.

II. IIpu;zyMaiiTe Tpu npeMOJKeum 1 c BhlpaJKeuueM used to (o6hl'IHO, 6b1Ba.JIO).

III. IIepenumnTe TeKcT, 3aMemu1 uacToam,ee epeMB rnaroJioB ua npome)J,mee:

Helen points to the tree, and Tom looks up there. He sees Helen's cat high up in the tree. Itcan't get down and is looking as unhappy as Helen is. Tom goes over the garden wall and climbs up the tree and carries the cat down safely. Helen is so pleased to get her cat again that she puts her arms round Tom's neck and gives him a kiss. This pleases Tom very much. This is certainly what he likes. He wants the cat to climb up the tree every day. So that night he waits until it is dark and then he climbs the tree. He carries a hammer and nails and a fish in his hand. He knows that cats like fish so he nails the fish to the tree. Ifthe cat goes up the tree the next day, he hopes to get another kiss.

IV. 06pa3yu:Te eonpocHTeJihffYIO ct>opMY:

1. This work seemed easy.

2. He dried his hands carefully.

3. The cat liked fish.

4. That sounded funny.

5. The students went to the class yesterday.

6. He saw the aeroplanes flying over London.

7. Ho could see the aeroplane in the sky.

8. The students were in Mr. Priestley's study.

9. They understood the story very well.

10. The children ate too many ices.

11. This artist drew the picture of the story.

12. Hob drank tea for breakfast.

13. Hob went to the wedding.

14. The cows ate all the cabbages.

15. The boys saw the sun rise this morning.

16. The girls put their books on my desk.

17. The cat went up the tree.

18. Tom saw the cat near the top of the tree.

19. Helen put her arms round Tom's neck and kissed him.

20. Hob said that.

(3mo ynpaJ1CHenue noMoJ1Cem BaM Bbtno1mumb ynpaJ1CHenue M 1)


V. 06pa3yiiTe oTpun;aTeJihffYIO <l>OPMY B npero10)Keum1x ynpeum1V.

VI. OTBeThTe ua BonpocL1: a) yrBep)J;HTeJILHo 1, 6) oTpun;aTeJILHo:

1. Did he write the letter?

2. Did he draw the picture?

3. Did the ladies drink cups of tea?

4. Did the girls put their books in the desk?

5. Did the cat go up the tree?

6. Did the boys see the sun rise?

7. Did they understand the story?

8. Did you understand the story?

9. Could you understand the story?

10. Did the children eat ices?

11. Were the students in the study?

12. Did the cows eat all the cabbages?

13. Did you see my brother last week?

14. Did you go to the theatre on Friday?

15. Were you at the theatre on Friday?

16. Did he dry his hands on the towel?

17. Did he see the aeroplane in the sky?

18. Did the dog eat the ice-cream?

19. Did you go to play football yesterday?

20. Did he drink the wine?

VII. IlocTaBLTe cKa3yeMoe B npe,!UIO)KeHHHX B uacTm1mee npocTOe BpeMB:

1. He wrote a letter.

2. The artist drew a picture.

3. The ladies drank cups of tea.

4. The cat went up the tree.

5. We understood the story.

6. The boy ate the ice-cream.

7. I saw your brother in the field.

8. Henry went to London every day.

9. The boy put his books on the table.

10. The men put their books on the table.

11. They wrote letters from South America.

12. She wrote letters from South America.

13. They went to the theatre every week.

14. He went to the theatre every week.

15. We all understood this lesson.

 

1 BblM02KeTe OTBeTIITb Ha Hill{ K[)aTKO: "Yes, he did". "No, he didn't". "Yes, I could". "No, I couldn't", a 3aTeM ).l)IJI nyqmero ycBoeHHH )J;aTb IIOJIHbre orneTbI. HarrpHMep, Borrpoc: "Did he write the letter?"OrneT (yrnep)J;HT.): "Yes, he wrote the letter;" (OTPmraT.): "No, he didn't write the letter".


LESSON 25







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