Практикум английского языка 22

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Petrov usually receives foreign delegations. (Present Simple)

Does Petrov usually receive foreign delegations?

Petrov usually not receives foreign delegations.

Петров обычно принимает зарубежные делегации.

 

They are studying the draft now. (Present Progressive)

Are they studying the draft now?

They aren’t studying the draft now.

Сейчас они изучают черновик.

 

The delegation was at the theatre last night. (Past Simple)

Was the delegation at the theatre last night?

The delegation wasn’t at the theatre last night.

Прошлым вечером делегация была в театре.

 

The manager was reading the contract at 2 o’clock. (Past Progressive).

Was the manager reading the contract at 2 o’clock?

The manager wasn’t reading the contract at 2 o’clock.

Менеджер читал контракт в 2 часа.

 

The financial director has already gone on business to France. (Present Perfect)

Has the financial director already gone on business to France?

The financial director hasn’t already gone on business to France.

Финансовый директор уехал во Францию по делам.

 

I had filled in the arrival card on the board of the plane. (Past Perfect)

Had I filled in the arrival card on the board of the plane?

I hadn’t filled in the arrival card on the board of the plane.

Я заполнил карточку прибытия на борту самолета.

 

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The marketing manager considered the delivery dates yesterday.

When does the marketing manager considered the delivery dates?

 

My wife is a Chief-Accountant.

Who is a Chief-Accountant?

 

We cleared up all the points for the talks last week.

What do we cleared up last week.

 

3

 

The company owns all the shares.

I stayed in this hotel before.

Kate is speaking over the telephone at the moment.

Boris had gone on business to Tallinn last month.

 

4

 

I’ll run a firm next year.

Mary needs contact the manufacturing plant.

Jack will go to office to obtain visas for our engineers.

We prepared a program of their stay.

 

5

 

Where do you spend your holidays as a rule?

I like walking on the open air in park.

 

Do you travel a lot?

No, I travel not a lot.

 

Where did you spend your last holiday?

I went to the cinema last Sunday

 

Were you pleased with the holiday?

Yes, sure, I pleased with my holiday.

 

What was the weather like?

It was a very sunny day.

 

6

 

Mr. Sun works for a big electronic company. They produce different types of electronic equipment, such as telephones, computers, fax machines, copiers, etc. Their head-office is located in Tokyo. They rent a modern building in the suburbs of the capital. There are four departments in the head-office. There are marketing, production, sales and personnel departments. The sales of company are high. They are a profit-making company.

 

Мистер Сан работает в большой компании электроники. Они производят различную электронику: телефоны, компьютеры, факсы, копиры и др. Их главный офис расположен в Токио. Они арендуют современное здание в пригороде столице. В главном офисе четыре отдела. Это отделы по маркетингу, производству, продажам и кадровый отдел. Продажи компании высоки. Это прибыльная компания.

 

 

 

 

Открытая гласная 

Закрытая гласная 

Гласная + r

Smile 

Pulse 

Important 

I 

At 

Worker 

Open 

Bonk 

For 

Fire 

Job 

 

He 

But 

Person 

<

Came 

Then 

Firm 

During 

Sing 

Darkness 

We 

Can 

 
 

Will 

 
 

Off 

 
     

 

2

 

Years, parks, boys, men, women, children, books, directors, prices, hobbies, comes, stamps, dresses, pictures, subjects, knifes.

 

3

 

James pays the bills at Mondays.

Does James pay the bills at Mondays?

James doesn’t pay the bills at Mondays.

 

 

 

Bob is reading a book now.

Is Bob reading a book now?

Bob isn’t reading a book now.

 

 

I don’t play piano.

Do I play piano?

 

Our firm takes part in the talks at present.

Does our firm take part in the talks at present?

Our firm doesn’t take part in the talks at present.

 

They were discussing plans from 2 to 4 o’clock.

Were they discussing plans from 2 to 4 o’clock?

They weren’t discussing plans from 2 to 4 o’clock.

 

  1. I’ll not come to the plant tomorrow.
  2. I think Tina will go on business to Italy next week.
  3. Will you have talks the day after tomorrow?
  4. Maybe, I’ll stay at home next Sunday.
  5. The representatives of Simpson and Co. Will not arrive tonight.
  6. Do you think you’ll sing the contract next Friday?
  7. Who will leave for London this afternoon?
  8. When will you meet Mr. Bell?
  9. He doesn’t work today.
  10. I am sure their manager will come to our office tomorrow.

     

     

  11. The Managing Director told us about the change of his plans.
    The Managing Director didn’t tell us about the change of his plans.
    Did the Managing Director told us about the change of his plans?
  12. My boss phoned me yesterday. My boss didn’t phone me yesterday.
    Did my boss phoned me yesterday?
  13. We were on a business trip last month. We weren’t on a business trip last month. Were we on a business trip last month?
  14. They have just discussed the terms of the contract. They haven’t just discussed the terms of the contract. Have they just discussed the terms of the contract?
  15. The secretary has sent the documents by air mail. The secretary hasn’t sent the documents by air mail. Has the secretary sent the documents by air mail?
  16. In June we will provide two new models. In June we will not provide two new models. Will we provide two new models in June?
  17. They will accept our offer. They will not accept our offer.
    Will they accept our offer?
  18. The hotel was very expensive. The hotel wasn’t very expensive.
    Did the hotel very expensive?
  19. They had a meeting the day before yesterday. They hadn’t a meeting the day before yesterday. Did they have a meeting the day before yesterday?
  20. The plane for Moscow left on time.The plane for Moscow didn’t left on time. Did the plane for Moscow left on time?

     

     

  21. Yesterday I phoned the bank about my credit.
  22. I have worked here since the end of the last year.
  23. Your taxi has just arrived.
  24. We’re enjoying our trip. We made a lot of useful contracts.
  25. I saw Hugh Hopper a few days ago.
  26. We went to an interesting seminar last week.
  27. During the previous talks they have agreed to lower the prices.
  28. Have you looked through the latest catalogue yet?
  29. I’m afraid Patricia has left the office an hour ago.
  30. I’m afraid Patricia isn’t here — she left the office.

     

     

  31. The secretary must look through the mail every morning.
  32. I can’t make an appointment with Mr. Green.
  33. They must begin the talks at 11.
  34. May I leave a room?
  35. Mr. Blake, can you show our quotation?
  36. He must go to office every day.
  37. May I study this catalogue?
  38. You mustn’t send the contract today.
  39. I can’t discuss the matter now.
  40. You may invite the businessmen to the conference room.

     

    1. Old, older, the oldest; expensive, more expensive, most expensive; good, better, the best; cheap, cheaper, the cheapest; modern, more modern, the most modern; bad, worse,

     

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