4. You’ll sit near (I/me) at the lecture on the healthy way of life.
5. I’ve known (they/them) for five years.
6. She wants to talk to (he him) about his bad habits.
7. You always help (I/me) with my health trouble.
8. He explained (we/us) the importance of drinking water.
9. They bought a new house in the country. It is (their/theirs) now.
10. Ann gave me the book about a well-balanced diet. It is (her/hers).
VII. Prepare some pieces of information about possible ways of improving people’s life style.
I. Open the brackets using the verbs in appropriate tense forms.
1. Listen! The doctors (to discuss) a serious problem. They already (to discuss) some methods of treatment. They usually (to discuss) such problems at the conferences.
2. At this time tomorrow, I (to exercise) at the gym. By that time my friend (to swim) at the pool and (to join) me.
3. Last year, before we (to choose) fitness instructor, we (to take) advice from our friends. They (to visit) fitness sessions regularly, so they (to know) a lot of useful information.
4. Tom (to jog) from 5 till 6 o’clock yesterday. He (to do) it every day. During his last medical check up doctor (to find out) some heart rate problem and (to advise) him to spend more time doing outdoor activities.
5. We (to listen to) an interesting lecture on a healthy way of life at the moment. When the lecture (to be) over, we (to call) you back.
6. Recently Bred (to stop) overeating, he (to feel) better now. He (to want) to try practicing yogi. But he still (to look for) the instructor. He (to think) that by the next week, he (to find) one and (to start) his training.
7. We (to go) to the mountains next weekend. We (to stay) there from Friday to Sunday. We (to book) a hotel room by our arrival.
8. Sorry to say, but Anna (not to change) her life style yet. She (to eat) much junk food every day, (to drink) much coffee and (not to do) any exercises. She (not to lose) her weight since her last visit to a doctor. I hope, soon she (to give up) her bad habits.
II. Choose the appropriate tense form of the predicate.
1. They (have had/had had/had) fish for supper this evening.
2. (Do/are/does) you have coffee every morning?
3. I (was/had been/am) tired last night, after I (had jogged/have jogged/am jogging) for two hours.
4. Jane (is/has been/have been) fond of sports. She (do/is doing/does) her morning exercises every day.
5. For breakfast she just (eats/has eaten/have eaten) two eggs and a sandwich. Now she (is having/has/has had) a cup of tea.
6. After she (had swum/have swum/swim) in the pool yesterday, she (feels/was feeling/felt) relaxed.
7. The doctor (advises/is advising/advised) me to change my life style, as recently I (have gained /has gained/gains) weight.
8. In his last lecture he (referred/has referred/refers) to the works of the famous scientists.
9. They (will insist/will have insisted/insists) on new ways of solving this problem at the next conference.
10. This child (has spent/had spent/is spending) more time in the open air lately. And now he (is feeling/has felt/feels) much better.