Pr Cont Pr Simple Hometask № 1

И.П. Кр ылова. Сборник упражнений по грамматике английского языка The Verb: Finite Forms. Present Indefinite and Present Continuous Ex. 5. Translate the following sentences into English concentrating on the use of the Present Indefinite and the Present Continuous: 1. Где Тед? — В саду. — Что он там делает? 2. Брат никогда не простит мне, если я позволю тебе уйти. 3. Я не имею ни малейшего представления, о чем вы говорите. 4 . Во всех номерах отеля есть ванна. 5. Он слышал, как она г оворила по телефону: «Нет, у меня все в порядке. Я проснулась и завтракаю». 6. Мне, возможно, след ует предупредить вас. Мы обучаем прямым методом. Мы говорим только на эсп еранто. 7. Значит ли это, что я старе ю? 8. «А что люди говорят обо мне здесь?» — спросила она. 9. Но они ничего еще н е сделали. Как вы думаете, чего они ждут? 10. Эти люди говорят на язы ке, которого никто не знает. 11. Их фирма работает над новым автомобилем. Это большая новость. 12. Ты знаешь, как он любит автомобили. 13. Кстати, что здесь происх одит? 14. Всякий раз, когда в ам встретится слово, которое вы не зна ете, посмотрите его в словаре. 15. «Я не сплю в доме», — ск азал он. 16. Давай, я налью тебе воды . У тебя все еще дрожат руки. 17. Он сказал: «Мы нико гда не доберемся до Лондона, если ты будешь вести машину так неосторожно ». 18. «Удивительно, — с казал я, — как легко он заводит друзей». 19. «А что делает мать Сэнди в Японии?» — «Она уехала туда с женской делегацией». 20. Ты помнишь Джеймса ? Он теперь работает на новых издателей, и дела у него идут неплохо. 21. Я очень занят новой шко лой, которую мы строим. 22. Сэм, беги и поиграй в парке. Твой отец не очень хорошо себя чувствует. 23. Я не знаю, почему я плачу. 24. «Ты уже ела?» — «Еще нет. Я мою голову ». Ex. 7. Translate the following sentences into English concentrating on the choice between the Present Indefinite and the Present Continuous to express actions taking place at the moment of speaking: 1. «Это моя ошибка. Я приношу свои извинения», — сказал он. 2. «Где лейтенант?» — «Он там вон лежит и наблюдает за вражеским патрулем ». 3.Я все еще не понимаю вас. 4. На перекрестке старик сказал торопливо: «Здесь я расста юсь с тобой. Я ид у к дочери». 5. Я говорю тебе это в качестве предупреждения, Милли. 6. Он знает, что мы уходим? 7. «Вы что, хотите мне сказать, что мой отец лжет?» — «О нет, нет, молодой чело век, вы преувеличиваете». 8. Что ты имеешь в виду, Сэм? Ты говоришь загадками. 9. Не груби. Тебе это не идет. 10. «Неужели ты не видишь, что я устал? Все, что мне сейчас нужно, — это сигаре та и ванна». 11. «Как ты себя чувствуешь? Почему ты не ешь суп?» — «Я не хочу». 12. «Поль где-то здесь?» — «Он принимает ванну». 13. «Почему ты такой раздражительный?» — «Я не раздражи тельный». — «Тогд а не кричи». — «Я не кричу». Ex. 8. Use the Present Indefinite or the Present Continuous to refer the actions in the following sentences to the future: 1. I'm Dr Salt. And I have an appointment with your chief. Now where I ( to go ) in? 2. Do you know what time we ( to arrive ) at the frontier? 3. I know that he ( to leave ) for the village tomorrow. 4. "What we ( to do ) now?" she asked as they reached the street. 5. I can't fetch you because I no longer have my car. I ( to sell ) it tomorrow. 6. The next plane ( to leave ) Salt Lake, at six o'clock. You can catch it yet. 7. She looked at her husband. "I'm nervous. What I ( to tell ) them?" 8. Her voice was sharp and commanding: "I ( not to go ) home alone. Come on." 9. Loren ( to return ) from his honeymoon tomorrow and I'd like to see him before the meeting on Friday. 10. Where we ( to go ) from here? 11. The truck disappeared on the other side of the hill, leaving the soldiers behind. "We ( to dig ) in here," said the lieutenant looking at the map. 12. Ted ( to come ) here this morning. 13-Norah said: "I ( to go ) home tomorrow." "Why?" "My law term ( to begin ) soon." 14. "What you ( to do ) tonight?" "I don't know yet." Ex. 9. Use the proper forms of the verbs in brackets to express future actions: 1 . We'll talk when we ( to get ) there. 2. I'll see that everything ( to be ) in order. 3.1 don't know when she ( to be ) home. 4. Joseph, see that there ( to be ) plenty of lamps for the guests. 5. We'll wait here till it ( to get ) dark. 6. You will stay here and make sure no one ( to approach ) the road. 7. He asks if you ( to meet ) him in the library at five o'clock. 8. I advise you to make sure the bottle ( not to be ) showing out of the box. 9. He will be very useful if you ( to treat ) him right. 10. He will take care that they ( to be ) fit to do the job. 11. He wants to know if I ( to deliver ) this parcel. 12.If all ( to go ) well, I shall finish it in a fortnight. 13. Stay by the door and wait to make sure that he ( to switch ) off the light at the gates. 14. I'll see that everything ( to be ) properly packed and put into store. 15. I wonder what the weather is going to be like and if I ( to be ) warm. 16. We'll have peace together when he ( to be ) gone. Ex. 10. Use the Present Indefinite or the Present Continuous of the verbs in brackets: 1. I'm about to move to London and I ( to try ) to decide which books and records to take along. 2. "You're young," he said. "Young people ( to do ) a lot of foolish things." 3. Why you ( to wear ) an engagement ring? You are not engaged. 4. It was a shock to her, but she is the kind that ( not to break ) down. 5. One shouldn't drink when one ( to drive ). 6. She always ( to try ) a little too hard to make people like her. 7. "What he ( to do ) there?" "He ( to write ) a book, I believe." 8. He ( to know ) a lot of languages. 9. What you ( to do ) when you are by yourself? 10. "Ellen ( to wait ) for you." "Yes, I know." 11. Write him a note and see it ( to be ) delivered. 12. Why you ( not to try ) to rest now, Sam? Try and sleep. 13. I'm sorry you ( not to feel ) well, dear. 14. "I ( to start ) work next week." "And we all ( to look ) forward very much to having you in the office. You ( to join ) us at an interesting time." 15. "Ray, come here a minute, will you?" "Oh, what you ( to want )? Can't you see I ( to watch ) the telly?" 16. She asked George who hadn't moved, "Well, what you ( to stand ) there for? What you ( to think ) about?" 17. What sort of parts you ( to play ) on the stage? 18. "What you ( to do ) tonight?" "I don't know yet. I ( to get ) rather used to being at home every night." 19. Jill ( to be ) rude to me. Why you ( not to stop ) her? 20. "You ever ( to play ) cards?" he asked. 21. "What we ( to do ) now?" "When it ( to be ) light we'll go back to the car." 22. For goodness' sake see that these new boys ( to get ) their hair cut properly. 23. She ( to suffer ) from a very unusual form of kidney disease. 24. I ( not to go ) home for lunch on Mondays. Mother ( to get ) up early on Mondays and ( to do ) her washing. 25. When she looked at him he was no longer smiling and lost in thought again. "How quickly your mood ( to change ) ? " she exclaimed. 26. "Come to my room this minute," he said. "You ( to hear ) me? Please, hurry, I ( to wait ) for you." 27. "Of course I ( to joke )," he said in confusion. 28. "How's Jon?" "He ( to grow ) peaches in North Carolina." 29. "Mr Desert in?" "No, Sir. Mr. Desert has just started for the East. His ship ( to sail ) tomorrow." "Oh," said Michael blankly: "Where from?" "Plymouth, Sir. His train ( to leave ) Paddington at midnight. You may catch him yet." 30. You ( to look ) hot. Haven't you something cooler to wear? 31. Sometimes I ( to think ) about what you and I ( to do ) here, and whether any of it is really worth it. 32. "Yes, how time ( to fly ) ? " observed Lily. 33. "You must let me out here. Now I can easily walk to the railway station." "What train you ( to take )?" "The next to Montreal." "Then you ( to leave ) Canada." "Yes." "Just a holiday?" "No. I ( to return ) to England." 34. "The note ( to say ) that you are to blame." "She ( to lie )." "Who ( to lie )?" "The teacher." 35. Well, the easiest way to make sure that I ( not to say ) the wrong thing is not to bring your friends here. 36. Philip looked down at his son. "You are a little beggar," he said. "You always ( to want ) something." 37. "Sh ... sh!" she warned. "You ( to become ) conspicuous." 38. He certainly wants to see you. It's the last chance because his regiment ( to leave ) the country early next week. 39. I ( to see ) him tomorrow. 40. I'll see to it that he ( to take ) his sister with him. 41. The boy appeared with a railway time-table in his hand. "The next train ( to leave ) in twenty minutes." 42."When they ( to leave )?" "In a fortnight. They ( to see ) about tickets tomorrow."

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