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EXERCISE 6. Rewrite the following questions in Indirect Speech.

1. I said to Nick, "Where are you going?" 2. I said to him, "How long are you going to stay there?" 3. I said to him, "How long will it take you to get there?" 4. said to her, "Where do you usually spend your summer holidays?" 5. Ann said to Mike "When did you leave London?" 6. She said to Boris, "When will you b back home?" 7. Boris said to them, "How n I get to the railway station?" 8. Mary asked m, "What time will you m here tomorrow?" 9. She asked m, "Why didn't you m here yesterday?" 10. She asked m, "What will you do tomorrow if you are not busy at your office?" 11. Pete said to his friends, "When are you leaving St. Petersburg?" 12. said to them, "Who will you see before you leave here?" 13. They said to him, "What time does the train start?" 14. I asked Mike, "What will you do after dinner?" 15. I asked m uncle, "How long did you stay in the Crimea?" 16. Mother said to me, "Who has brought this parcel?"

EXERCISE 7. Rewrite these general questions in Indirect Speech.

1. I said to Boris, "Does your friend live in London?" 2. I said to the mn, "Are you living in hotel?" 3. Nick said to his friend, "Will you stay at the Hilton?" 4. said to m, "Do you often go to see your friends?" 5. said to m, "Will you see your friends before you leave St. Petersburg?" 6. Mike said to Jane, "Will you m to the railway station to see m ff?" 7. She said to m, "v you sent them telegram?" 8. She said to m, "Did you send them telegram yesterday?" 9. I said to Mike, "v you packed your suit-case?" 10. I said to Kate, "Did anybody meet you at the station?" 11. I said to her, "n you give m their address?" 12. I asked Mm, "v you had breakfast?" 13. I asked m sister, "Will you stay at home or go for walk after dinner?" 14. I said to m mother, "Did anybody m to see m?" 15. I asked m sister, "Will Nick call for you n the way to school?" 16. She said to the young mn, "n you call taxi for m?"



Plural and uncountable nouns with and withoutthe flowers/ the flowers, music/the music A.We dont use the before a noun when we mean something in general: -I love flowers. (not the flowers) (flowers = flowers in general, not a particular group of flowers) -Im afraid of dogs. -Doctors are paid more thanteachers. We say most people/most dogs etc. (not the most) Most people like summer. (not the most people)   B.We say the when we mean something in particular: -I like your garden. The flowers are beautiful. (not Flowers are) (the flowers = the flowers in your garden, not flowers in general) -Children learn a lot from playing. (= children in general) but: -We took the children to the zoo. (= a particular group of children) -Salt is used to flavor food. but: - Can you pass me the salt, please? (= the salt on the table)   C.The difference between something in general and something in particular is not always very clear: - Do you like coffee? (=coffee in general) - Do you like strong black coffee? (= not all coffee, but strong black coffee is still a general idea) but: - Did you like the coffee we had with our meal last night? (= particular coffee)   Hospital/ the hospital, school/ the school Study the example situation with hospital: Jack had an accident a few days ago. He had to go to hospital. He is still in hospital now. Jill went to the hospital to visit him. She is at the hospital now.   Someone goes to hospital or is in hospital if he is ill or injured. We are not necessarily thinking of a particular hospital; we are thinking of the idea of hospital. But Jill is not ill or injured. She is not in hospital. She went there as a visitor. She went to the particular hospital where Jack is. Prison school university college church We say a criminal goesto prison(not to the prison); a child goes to school; a student goes to university/college. We do not use the when we are thinking of the idea of these places and what they are used for: -After I leave school, I want to go to university (as a pupil/ student) -Why arent the children at school today?(as pupils) We say be in prison, but usually be at school/university/college. Inchurch and atchurch are both possible. We use the in the following examples: -Mr. Kelly went to the school to meet his daughters teacher. (He didnt go there as a pupil.) -Excuse me, where the university, please? (a particular building) Bed work home We say go to bed/be in bed etc. (not the bed): -Its time to go to bed now. -Is Tom still in bed? Go to work/be at work/start work/finish work etc. (not the work): -Why isnt Ann at work today? -What time do you finish work? Go home/come home/be at home/stay at home etc. (not the home): -Lets go home. -Will you be at home tomorrow? There is no preposition with go/come/get/arrive home. (not to home)

EXERCISE 1. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate article where necessary.

A Geographical names.

1. They travelled by car around ___Europe last month. 2. ___Great American Lakes are ___ Lake Huron, ___ Lake Superior, ___ Lake Ontario, ___ Lake Michigan and ___Lake Erie. 3. ___north of ___ Scotland is known for its wild beauty. 4. Are ___Urals higher or lower than ___Alps? 5. It was Burns who wrote "My heart's in ___Highlands". 6. We get coffee mostly from ___Brazil and ___ Columbia. 7. I went to ___German Republic last summer, but I haven't been to ___Netherlands yet. Of course, I would like to see ___ Hague. 8. What city is the capital of ___ Philippines?

B Proper names.

1. When will he arrive at ___ Heathrow airport? 2. ___British Museum is famous for its library, one of the richest in the world. 3. The English parks are ___ Hyde Park, ___ Kensington Gardens and ___ Kew Gardens where you forget that you are in the big city, struck me most of all. 4. Julius Caesar founded ___ Tower of London. 5. If you like art galleries you should go to ___ National Gallery and ___ Tate. 6. Are you going to stay at ___ St. Marcus Hotel? No, at ___ Plaza Hotel. 7. If you want to do shopping, go to ___ Oxford Street or ___ Bond Street. 8. My train leaves from ___Waterloo Station at 2.10 a.m.


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