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THE PRESENT INDEFINITE TENSE 5. Put the verb in brackets in the correct form.

1) The children (to go) to school in the morning. 2) Their father (to take) them to school. 3) Mrs. Smith usually (to stay) at home. 4) She (to do) the housework. 5) She always (to eat) her lunch at noon. ) Mr. Smith (to arri!e) home late. ") #n the e!ening the children always (to do) their homework. $) Sometimes Mr. and Mrs. Smith (to watch) tele!ision. 6. Put the verbs in the 3r !erson sin"u#ar. 1) # think # am ill. 2) They often !isit their granny. 3) %e li!e in &eeds. 4) 'ou usually s(eak too )uickly. 5) *is dogs always attack the neigh+ours. ) The lectures start at 1,.15. ") The trains lea!e at 1, tomorrow. $. %ns&er the fo##o&in" 'uestions accor in" to the mo e#( What does a driver do? - He drives. What do drivers do? - They drive. 1) %hat does a singer do2) %hat does a runner do3) %hat do students do4) %hat does a dancer do5) %hat do cooks do) %hat do dancers do") %hat does a (ainter do$) %hat do teachers do.) %hat does a ty(ist do1,)%hat do writers do). *ive short ans&ers usin" the &or s in brackets. Do you ever go to the library? - (often). Yes, I often do. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) /o you e!er go to the cinema- 0 1 (often). /o you e!er go to the theatre- 0 1 (sometimes). /o you come to the 2ni!ersity in time- 0 1 (always). /o you e!er study late at night- 0 1 (ne!er). /o you s(eak 3nglish at your 3nglish lessons- 0 1 (always).

) /o you e!er s(eak 4ussian at your 3nglish lessons- 0 1 (seldom). 5. +ake the sentences ne"ative. 1) %e study 5erman. 2) They ha!e an 3nglish lesson e!ery day. 3) # work late in the e!ening. 4) *e goes to +ed at 11 o6clock. 5) She sees her friends in the morning. ) *e arri!es home early. ") She usually walks in the morning. $) Tom looks sick. .) The train goes !ery fast. 1,)The flowers look fresh. 6. Put into the 'uestion form. 1) %e come to the 2ni!ersity at the same time. 2) *e drinks a lot of tea at +reakfast. 3) She understands the rule. 4) *e (lays chess !ery well. 5) They often drink coffee together. ) *e usually has +reakfast at $ o7clock. ") She remem+ers them well. $) 8ather lea!es home at . a.m. e!ery day. $. +ake 'uestions. ,se the 'uestion &or s in brackets. 1) 9o+ (lays chess. (*ow often-) 2) # ha!e dinner in the e!ening. (%hat time:usually-) 3) She works. (%here-) 4) # write to my (arents. (*ow often-) 5) ;eo(le sometimes do stu(id things. (%hy-) ) The 9rowns go to the seaside e!ery summer. (%here-) -. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form. 1) %hat time <<<<<<<< (the museums:o(en) in St.0;eters+urg2) # ha!e a +ike +ut # <<<<<<<<< (not:use) it !ery often. 3) *ow many cu(s of tea <<<<<<<<< (you:drink) a day4) =%hat <<<<<<<<< (you:do)-> 0 =# am a chemical engineer.> 5) =%here <<<<<< (your father:come) from-> ? =*e <<< (come) from Minsk.> ) #f you need hel(@ why <<<<<<<<<< (you:not:ask) for it.. %ns&er the 'uestions usin" the Present In efinite Tense. 1) %hat time do you usually go to the 2ni!ersity2) %hat do you do on Sunday mornings3) %here do you ha!e your meals-

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%hen do you come home from the 2ni!ersity%here do you read for your eAaminations%hat radio channels do you listen to%hat sort of films do you enBoyTHE P%ST INDEFINITE TENSE

/. 0han"e the sentences usin" the verbs in the Past In efinite. 3CDM;&3E ranny usually gets u! at ".#$. Yesterday she got u! at ".#$. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 5ranny usually wakes u( early. 'esterday morning <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< 5ranny usually walks in the garden. 'esterday <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< 5ranny usually has a sandwich for lunch. 'esterday <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< 5ranny usually goes out in the e!ening. 'esterday e!ening <<<<<<<<<<< 5ranny usually slee(s !ery well. 'esterday <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

1. Put one of these verbs in each sentence 2use Past In efinite3( in!ite study snow miss want +e teach sell 1) #t often <<<<<< last winter. 2) The Dmerican students <<<<<<< 4ussian last year. 3) # <<<<<< to wait for you +ut # couldn7t. 4) %e needed some money@ so we <<<<<<< our summer house. 5) There <<<<<<< +eautiful flowers in our garden last summer. ) Mike <<<<<<< his friends to his +irthday (arty last week. ") My father <<<<<<< me how to dri!e when # was 1". $) This student <<<<<<< some geogra(y and chemistry lessons last month. 3. % 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) ) ") $) 'uestion 4 ta"s to the fo##o&in" sentences( 9ernard Shaw was +orn in 1$5 . 'ou got a lot of +ooks as (resents for your +irthday. 9reakfast was ready at $ o7clock in the morning. *er younger sister li!ed in Fie! a few years ago. She did not listen to the latest news last night. My elder +rother wasn7t at the 2ni!ersity yesterday. *e didn7t tell us a+out that in the morning. Mike and Gick were a+sent from classes yesterday.

). +ake u! 'uestions to &hich the fo##o&in" sentences are the ans&ers( 1) 'es@ # went to the theatre last night. 2) 'es@ the (rofessor taught me science. 3) 'es@ 4ichard and # met yesterday. 4) 'es@ the class +egan on time. 5) 'es@ # thought a+out the (ro+lem.

) 'es@ 8ather left at 1,E,,. ") 'es@ They stood in line for two hours. $) 'es@ ;ete fell down the stairs and hurt his leg. 5. %ns&er the 'uestions accor in" to the mo e#( Do you usually get u! at seven o%&lo&'? (yesterday) - I usually do, but I didn%t get u! at seven yesterday. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) ) /o you usually (lay tennis on Saturday- (last Saturday) /oes your sister (lay the (iano e!ery day- (yesterday) /o you write letters to your (arents e!ery week- (last week) /o you usually ha!e dinner in the 2ni!ersity canteen- (yesterday) /oes Dnn go to see her mother e!ery Saturday- (last Saturday) /o you usually tidy u( your room e!ery 8riday- (last 8riday)

6. %sk s!ecia# 'uestions( 1) They returned to Moscow from Sochi t(o )onths ago. 2) *e had an 3nglish class four ti)es a (ee'. 3) The 9rowns went out yesterday. 4) Mary hel(ed us to ty!e the letters yesterday. 5) *n old )an told us how to get to the de(artment store. ) My room0mate was ill last (ee'. ") %e were at a (onderful &on&ert the day +efore yesterday. $) TH+ students studied 8rench at school. .) My mother often took me to the ,oo when # was a child. 1,) The girls (ent sho!!ing yesterday. $. %sk 'uestions. % frien of 5ours has 6ust come back from Ita#5 an 5ou are askin" him about it. 3Aam(lesE What !la&e-go? - What !la&e did you go to? The (eather-fine? - Was the (eather fine? 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) ) ") $) *ow long:stay thereStay in a hotel5o alone*ow:tra!el&ike the BourneyThe food:good%hat:do in the e!eningsMake any friends there-

-. Put the verb into the correct form. 1) # (not:go) to the (ark yesterday +ecause the weather (not:+e) good. 2) # (not:ha!e) +reakfast this morning +ecause # (not:ha!e) time. 3) %e (not:+uy) anything +ecause we (not:ha!e) any money.

4) # (not:slee() +ecause # (not:feel) slee(y. 5) She (not:+e interested) in the +ook +ecause she (not:like) the writer. THE F,T,RE INDEFINITE TENSE /. 0han"e the fo##o&in" sentences accor in" to the mo e# usin" the Future In efinite( He (ent to .aris last year. - He (ill go to .aris ne/t year. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) ) ") $) # went to the cinema last Thursday. They left the house at o7clock. Mary li!ed in 8rance for three years. Hohn saw his friend at the disco yesterday. ;aul arri!ed in 4ome last Monday. %e +ought a lot of food last week. Felly7s (arents were angry with her. Mother was +usy with housework.

1. +ake the sentences 2a3 interro"ative7 2b3 ne"ative. 1) Hohn will come on time. 2) # will ha!e two week7s holidays in the mountains. 3) Mark will +e here in a few minutes. 4) They will tell us a+out their work. 5) %e will +e home +efore two. ) Ted will ha!e another +eer. ") Dlice and Him will go to a restaurant for dinner. $) She will +e tired in the e!ening. 3. %sk s!ecia# 'uestions. 1) Hohn will come tomorrow. (%ho-) 2) *e will come from &ondon. (%here-) 3) Hohn will enBoy the Bourney. (%ho-) 4) *e will remem+er the Bourney. (%hat-) 5) *e will discuss it in the office. (%here-) ) Mary will make some +iscuits tonight. (%hen-) ") She will make them +ecause Hohn likes them. (%hy-) ). Put in &hen or if. 1) #7m going to 3ngland neAt week. 1 #7m there # ho(e to !isit a few museums. 2) 8rank might return this e!ening. 1 he does@ can you cook him some meal3) # think he7ll (ass his eAam. #7ll +e !ery sur(rised 1 he doesn7t (ass it. 4) # ho(e to +e on time. 9ut 1 # don7t make it@ go without me.

5) #7m going sho((ing. 1 you want anything@ # can get it for you. ) # don7t feel well tonight. # think #7ll go straight to +ed 1 # get home. ") #7m lea!ing for Ianada tomorrow. #7ll write to you 1 # get there. 5. Put the verbs into the Present In efinite or the Future In efinite. 1) Ds soon as # (see) him@ # (tell) him e!erything. 2) #f they (get) here on time@ we can make it. 3) There is a sur(rise waiting for him when he (get) home. 4) 9efore you (lea!e)@ sir@ # (gi!e) you your (resent +ack. 5) #f you (feel) +etter this afternoon@ we (dri!e) to the coast. ) 5i!e him this message when you (see) him. ") #f we (come) in time@ we (find) them there. $) #f # (+e) lucky@ # (get in) without a ticket. 6. Trans#ate into En"#ish. 1) J KLMNOPQMR STNO RUM VONMW 2, LMW. 2) JTXRTYUT@ TU Z[\NMW KMSTNU]. 3) ^_X`RMUa U`bUOWK] 1 \PU]. 4) ca Od\N\RK] K U\R U` KLMNOPQMe UMNMLM. 5) fU NOR`MW@ d`R UM ZTU[`d\WK] UTdae KZM_W`_Lg. ) h d`K X`dW[` VONMW RUTST [`VTWa- 0 i`. ") fU` VONMW NTR` d b`KTd- ? jMW. $) kTSN` da U`bUMWM \XOb`Wg \UTKW[`UUae ]Xa_.) l U`NMPKg@ da mT[TnT U`Z\nMWM _TUW[TLgUOP [`VTWO. 1,)k`_ WTLg_T TU Z[\NMW@ TU ZTXdTU\W J`R. 11)Ja K[`XO OXU`MWM iYMRRO@ _`_ WTLg_T Od\N\WM MM. 12)fU VONMW Kb`KWL\d@ _TSN` Wa Z[\MNMng d jgP0oT[_. 13)pKL\ da dKW[MW\WM \m@ ZTZ[TK\WM \m ZTXdTU\Wg U`R. 14)pKL\ da KMeb`K UM dTXgRMWM W`_K\@ da TZTXN`MWM U` K`RTLMW.