Read and translate the sentences. Use the substitutions where necessary (one, ones, that, those, do, does).
1. This English book is too easy for me. Please give me a more difficult book. 2. My sister knows German much better than I know it.3. I don’t like these pictures. They’re too dark. I saw better pictures in a shop in our street. Let’s go and have a good look at them. 4. I think this show will be more interesting than the last show. 5. His work is more important than your work. 6. The examiner spoke faster than our teacher usually speaks. 7. We reached the wood earlier than our friends reached it. 8. I don’t like this suit. Please show me another suit. 9. This book is less interesting than the book you gave me yesterday.
Read and translate the text. Make grammar analysis of the verbs used here.
What is the worst thing which ever happened to you? The worst thing which ever happened to me was this. When I was a little girl, we had an old icebox which we kept in back of the house. It belonged to the people who had lived there before us. It was small and it had a door which was closed tight. There was a shelf which had held large pieces of ice. The shelf was always empty, for nobody used the icebox any more. The shelf made a little seat which was very comfortable. I liked to sit there. It was a habit which almost cost me my life. One day I was sitting in the icebox, and my brother closed the door. There was nobody who could let me out. Soon the air which was in the icebox was almost gone. I screamed and made noise until my mother opened the door. It was an experience which I will never forget. Now I have a great fear of closed places, and I always will .