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Selecting glasses;

Computer eye training

 

TEST

I. Define what form of the verb in brackets you need.

1. She always (come) late!

2. I (lose) my key. I can’t remember where I (see) it last.

3. I never (forget) what you just (tell) me.

4. Yesterday I (buy) a new watch.

5. He says he is sorry he (give) me so much trouble.

 

II. Use Present Perfect and Past Simple:

1. Her husband (die) of a heart attack a few years ago.

2. He not (smoke) for several weeks.

3. He always (want) to take a trip around the world.

4. He (be) a member of Congress for many years.

5. We (sell) our house several weeks ago.

6. She (have) the flu last month. She (not feel) well since.

7. He (be) seriously ill for the past few days.

 

III. Make your choice

1. The telegram … at 5 o’clock yesterday.

a) sent b) is sent c) was sent

2. I am sure, a lot of questions … when he finishes speaking.

a) will be asked b) will asked c) asked

3. This film … not … yet.

a) was shot b) has shot c) has … been shot

4. This new play … much about.

a) speaks b) is … spoken c) is … speaking

5. It is cold today. you … warmly … .

a) must be dressed b) must dress c) must be dress

6. The book … never … in the original.

a) has read b) been read c) has been read

7. His speech … for the guests tomorrow.

a) will translated b) will translate c) will be translated

8. The doctor … for in the morning.

a) was sent b) sent c) was sending

9. The tickets … in advance by my friend.

a) have be booked b) have been book c) have been booked

 

IV. Use articles where necessary.

We called … doctor.

She showed me some pictures taken in … Swiss Alps.

I like watching … TV.

Turn off … television.

Could you close … door, please?

If you live in … foreign country, you should try and learn … language.

… doctor prescribed some medicine for … illness.

V. Transform sentences into Passive

You must do three of these exercises tomorrow.

You can find the book you need in any library.

We must send these letters at once.

You must take the box to the station.

You can cross the river on a raft.

You must return the books the day after tomorrow.

I can easily forgive this mistake.

You can find such berries everywhere.

You must do this work very carefully.

The doctor says they must take her to hospital.

You can do the work in three days.

The students must return all the library books before each summer vacation.

VI. Study the following label carefully. Answer the questions about it.

What is the name of this product?

List the symptoms this product is supposed to relieve.



How much of this product is to be taken for each dose?

How often may a dose be taken?

What is the maximum amount of this product that can be taken in a 24-hour period?

What signals mean that you should stop using this product?

What other cautions should the buyer observe?

 

Have you ever been to a cabaret? Be careful with pills and drinks!

 

Liza Minelly

CABARET

 

What good is sitting alone in your room, come hear the music play

Life is a Cabaret, old chum, come to the cabaret

Put down the knitting, the book and the broom, it's time for a holiday

Life is a cabaret, old chum, come to the cabaret.

Come taste the wine, come hear the band

Come blow your horn, start celebrating

Right this way, your table's waiting

No use permitting some prophet of doom to wipe every smile away

Life is a Cabaret, old chum, come to the cabaret

I used to have this girlfriend known as "Elsie"

With whom I shared four sordid rooms in Chelsea

She wasn't what you'd call a blushing flower

As a matter of fact she rented by the hour.

The day she died the neighbour's came to snicker

Well, that's what comes from too much pills and liquor

But when I saw her laid out like a queen

She was the happiest corpse I'd ever seen

I think of Elsie to this very day

I remember how she'd turn to me and say:

What good is sitting alone in your room? Come hear the music play

Life is a Cabaret, old chum, come to the cabaret

And as for me, and as for me,

I made my mind up back in Chelsea

When I go, I'm going like Elsie!

Start by admitting from cradle to tomb there isn't that long a stay

Life is a cabaret, old chum.

Only a cabaret old chum,

And I love a cabaret!

 

 

UNIT 8

Travelling

Words of Wisdom

Variety is the spice of life.

That gives it all its flavour (W. Cowper)

TRAVEL – JOURNEY – TRIP

 

Travel/– a general word for moving from place to place He came home after years of foreign travel.

Journey– the time spent + the distance covered going from one place to another It was a long journey to work.

Trip[5]– a short journey Why not have a trip to the country?

Ways of Travelling

 

Voyage – travelling by sea or spacecraft I’ve never made a sea voyage.

Cruise – a sea voyage for pleasure I’d love to go on a cruise.

Tour– 1) travelling around for pleasure/interest They’re going on a tour round Europe.

2) a specific route of sightseeing, often with a guide Enjoy a 3-day gastronomy tour of Italy’s best wine regions!

Hitchhike– travelling by getting free rides in passing cars Hitchhiking gives a chance to see much without spending anything.

Types of Transport

 

train plane car bus bicycle/bike taxi motorbike/motorcycle underground boat ship helicopter

 

Are you flying to France from England?

No, we’re going by ferry. (ship where you can take your car with you)

We’re going by car/ by train/ by bus.

NB We don’t use any article before means of transport in phrases with byBUT

He used to travel on the train but now he travels in his own car.

I like to go on foot.

 

 


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