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He has read all the books. J.iltill. ' - WJlill

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You have done this exercise well. the books.

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He has noi2 lived in Englan for fifty year.

People have not laughed at his plays.

He has not read all the books.

Ihave not heard of those writers. You have not done this exercise


You have not brought your book.

You have not done this

exercise well.

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Has he lived in England for fifty years?

Have people laughed at his plays?

Has he read all the books?

Have you seen that picture at the cinema?

Has he written plays?

What has he written?

Have you all done your homework?


What has he


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(a) Have you seen any of

Shaw's plays? (Indefinite fine -

present peifect tense.)

(b) Yes, Isaw onelast week.

(Definite time - simple past tense.)

(a) He has written theletter. (Indefinite time.)

(b) He wroteit this morn ng. (Definite time.)

(a) Ihave done the homework. (Indefinite time.)

(b) Ididitlast night. (Definite time.)



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I have not done my work.

He has read every book that Ihave ever heard of.

Ihave never heard of that book.

Jan has always liked studying Engl sh.

I have sometimes gone to Dublin by aeroplane. Hob has often left his book at home.


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Mr. Priestley has a lot of books in his study hasn't he? You were talking about Christmas presents weren't you? She's got a book hasn't she?

It is a nice morning isn't it?

This is a pretty little town isn't it?

You are coming with us aren't you?

Jan and Frieda are coming with us That was a good dinner

Frieda is a pretty girl

You have some sheep on your farm He has done his homework

You had a lesson this morning You can speak English

He could tell the difference between

aren't they? wasn't it? isn't she? haven't you? hasn't he? hadn't you? can't you?

good and bad coffee couldn't he?

Hob must work harder mustn't he?

He ought to do his homework oughtn't he?

They will come tomorrow won't they?

You will see me next Friday won't you?

Jan play football doesn't he?

Mr.Priestley often works late doesn't he?

The students see him every day don't they?

Jan did all the homework didn't he?

Hob left his book at home didn't he?

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(n O BT O P E HHE)

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I. 06pll3yi1Te Bonpoc1ue.JihffYIO <f>opM)':

1. Pedro has read this book.

2. T.S.Eliot has written many poems.

3. The girls have given their friend a clock.

4. Ihave told you the answer to the question.

5. This writer has lived in England for a long time.

6. Pedro has seen some of his plays.

(Eyabme BHUMameJlbHbt, npUMeHHH cJloeo some!)

7. Hob has left his book at home.

8. Lizzie has cooked the dinner.

9. Frieda has written a letter home.

10. Mr. Priestley has corrected Hob's homework.

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III. 06pa3yii:Te paJ,n;eJinTeJILHhle BonpocL1:

1. It's a fine day ...?

2. You are studying English ...?

3. He is handsome man ...?

4. She is very well-dressed ...?

5. Lucille has a new car ...?

6. My work is right ...?

7. You were in England last year...?

8. He can speak English ...?

9. You could understand me ...?

10. They must do the work ...?

11. Hob ought to come early ...?

12. You will write to me ...?

13. She can come tomorow ...?

14. He gives a lesson every day ...?

15. You read modem writers ...?

16. Shaw wrote St. Joan ...?

17. They gave her a clock ...?

18. You went to the theatre ...?

19. I wrote to you ...?

20. He speaks English ...?

IV. faMeHnTe cliOPMY npocTOro npome,n;rnero BpeMeHu Ha cliOPMY Ha­ CTOJm1ero 3aBepmeHHoro BpeMeHu:

1. I read the book.

2. He wrote a new book.

3. She gave her friend a clock.

4. He told me the answer to my question.

5. They went away with some friends.

6. Mr.Priestley spoke to me about you.

7. The students wrote some short stories.

8. I understood the work very well.

9. Mr. Priestley told the students about some English writers.

10. Lizzie cooked the dinner for Mr.Priestley.

11. We saw a play by Shaw.

12. Pedro gave us the tickets.

13. He went to the theatre with Frieda.

14. They went to the theatre with Frieda.

15. We spoke about the play before.

16. He spoke about the play before.

17. I spoke about the play before.

18. Hob left his book at home.

19. All the students left their books at home.

20. You did that work well.




Scene: Mr. Priestley's Study.

Mr. Priestley, Frieda, Jan, Hob, Pedro, Olaf, Lucille.

M r. P r i e s t 1e y: Good morning! It's a nice morning, isn't it? Fr i e d a: Yes, Mr. Priestley, it is. As I came here this morning everything looked beautiful after the rain last night. I don't think that the trees have ever looked so green, or the flowers so

fresh. I like listening to the rain, too, especially at night.

J a n: I have often heard people at home say that the weath­ er in England is bad; that it is always foggy or raining or cold.

H o b: Yes. I was speaking to a fellow about English weather a week or two ago. I said, "When is summer coming?" and he answered, "Oh, we have already had summer. We had it last Wednesday afternoon".

0 1a f: Have you ever tried to come here by bus on a wet day? I went on one a day or two ago. The buses are always full on wet days and I have never had a seat on one yet. I'm always sorry for the conductor. His work isn't easy on a wet day.

H o b: I know a story about a bus conductor. Can I tell it, sir? M r. P r i e s t 1e y: Have you finished what you were saying

Olaf?... You have? ... All right, Hob, tell us your story.

H o b: Well, I was on my way here in the bus one wet day, and a woman with a dog got on the bus. It was a big dog - about as big as a young horse - and its feet were very dirty. The woman said, "Oh! Conductor, if I pay for my dog can he have a seat like the other passengers?" The conductor looked at the dog and then he said, "Certainly, madam. He can have a seat like all the other passengers, but, like the other passen­ gers, he must not put his feet on it".

M r. P r i e s t l e y: Very good, Hob. You have told the story quite well.

H o b: Thank you, sir.

L u c i 11e: Frieda has said she likes rain at night. Well, I don't, not when I'm driving. I drove home last night in the rain. I have driven quite a lot, but have never driven through such rain before. I couldn't see at times where I was going.

P e d r o: How long have you had your car now, Lucille? L u c i 11e: I have had it for about a year.


P e d r o: Have you driven it much in England?

L u c i ll e: Yes, I have used it nearly every day, and have done about nine to ten thousand miles.

F r i e d a: You drive very well. I have often thought that.

I have never learned to drive.

H o b: I have learned to drive. I learned last week in five lessons.

L u c i 11e: I have just come from a driving lesson this morn­ ing.

HOB. Haven't you finished having lesson yet?

L u c i 11e: Oh, no! I have had lessons for about a year now, and they haven't finished yet. I have had sixty-five so far; there are any thirty-five more to come.

H o b: What! A hundred lessons to learn to drive. I have never heard of anyone needing so many before. You must be a very bad learner, or else you must have been to a very bad teacher.

L u c i 11e: Oh, no, he is a very good teacher and very nice, young and handsome and clever.

H o b: But hasn't he taught 1 you to drive yet?

L u c i 11e: Oh, yes. I learned to drive in the first five lesson. H o b: Then why? ....

L u c i 11e: Yes, it sounds funny. I could explain it, but I have done the same as Hob. I have asked Hob's friend the artist to tell the story in pictures. This is what he has drawn.


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The driver of a bus works very hard. He is out from early in the morning till late at night. Sometimes he works inbeautiful weather when the sky is blue, the sun is shining, the trees look fresh and green and people feel glad to be alive. At other time it is cold or foggy, or there is such heavy rain that he can't see very well where he is going.

The conductor is on the bus too. He has a tiring day going to the top of the bus and down again a hundred times a day to get passengers' money and give them their tickets.

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