1. I can't give you a definite answer today. The decision ... yet.
a) isn't made b) isn't making c) hasn't made d) hasn't been made
2. I'm a doctor, and I go where help ... .
a) needs b) is needed c) is being needed d) has needed
3. The firm … dresses for twenty years.
a) to have been making b) has been made c) has been making
4. This tree is very old. It … in the 19th century.
a) planted b) was planted c) had been planted
5. Let's hope the weather will ... for the better.
a) change b) changing c) be changed d) have been changed
6. We began work early, but we … until late.
a) did not finish b) was not finished c) has not been finished
7. This piece of music … yet. I've just composed it.
a) was not recorded b) has not recorded c) has not been recorded
We use ―there is (are)‖ constructions talking about the existence or absence of people or things
in a definite place. These constructions have the meaning «есть, имеется, находится,
существует». The verb ―to be‖ in such constructions can be used in different tense forms: there
is/are, there was/were, there will be, there has/have been, there had been. The verb ―to be‖ in
such constructions can be used with modal verbs (can, may, must, ought to): There must be a
dictionary on the shelf. We can also use some other verbs after ―there‖ – to live, to exist, to
stand, to lie, etc.: There exist different opinions on the problem.
In ―there is (are)‖ constructions we observe the following word order:
―there is (are)‖+subject+adverbial modifier of time/place.
The corresponding Russian sentences begin with adverbial modifiers: There is a telephone in my
room. – В моей комнате есть (имеется) телефон. See the difference: The telephone is in my
room. – Телефон в моей комнате.
If the subjects are of different number the predicate agrees with the subject that stands first:
There is a table and six chairs in the room. There were some books and a dictionary on the desk.
Commentary: ―There are plenty of books on the bookshelves in her study‖ is a sentence with the
introductory ― there‖ which is used to point out the existence of some things in a definite place,
the subject of the sentence is expressed by a countable noun in plural.
―There isn‘t any soup in the plate‖ ‖ is a sentence with the introductory ― there‖ which is used to
point out the absence of something in a def
2. The furniture had been left by the previous (occupants).
3. Without (warning), the soldiers started firing into the crowd.
4. The (governments) are planning further cuts in public spending.
5. He earned a (reputation) as an expert on tax law
6. (Curiousity) killed the cat
7. The financial mistake was likely to be the destruction of the whole business.
8. We don't remember it until we say hello to the (mechanic) in charge.
9. During (adolescency), boys are sometimes very shy.
10. Newspaper (intrusion) into private life should be stopped.
1 Emergency help is needed for survivors of the earthquake.
2 The furniture had been left by the previous occupant.
3 Without warning, the soldiers started firing into the crowd.
The government are planning further cuts in public spending.
5 She put her success down to good luck.
6 My proposition, I assure you, would be to our mutual benefit.
7 The death of his mother came as a tremendous shock.
8 We don't remember it until we say hello to the mechanic in charge.
9 Your threats don't scare me.
10 Newspapers intruding into private life should be stopped.
11 A man hailed as a hero for fifty years has been unmasked as a traitor.
12 Shame on you!
13 He didn't even have the courtesy to answer my letter.
14 It's an evident refusal to abandon nuclear arms development.
15 Consumers will soon be paying higher airfares.
16 He argued that the reproaches were unfair.
17 People on a high income should pay more tax.
18 Application for admission to this course should be made directly to the University.
19 Hunting is his greatest enjoyment.
20 The thing I hate most about him is his selfishness.
21 Officials are fearful that the demonstration will cause new violence.
22 She lost a lot of blood in the accident.
23 The refugees believe that their lives are in danger.
24 Invaders ransacked the town.
25 I don't understand what a wedding rehearsal is.
1.Мистер. Уоррен инвалид и живет в приюте ..., где есть надзиратель по вызову, чтобы оказать если это необходимо. 2.Совет использует местный школьный зал как временный ... для тех, чье имущество было уничтожено недавним наводнением. 3.В квартире была кровать и стул! Это не то, что я называю мебелью...!
robinson crusoethe first english book i read was kruzo.i was 12 when i read this wonderful book.mne ponravilas.with very great interest i read the story stay on the island. robinson crusoe tells in detail about how to equip his life. i was struck by the desire and ability of man to survive in difficult conditions. in an effort to provide for themselves the necessities of life, he works hard, and the work is beginning to dispel the despair that engulfed him after a shipwreck. seeing that he was able to survive on the island, robinson calms down, begins to wonder about his former life. and after much thought, refers to reading the bible, which he managed to capture the ship. robinson crusoe did for a conclusion that all the ills that have happened to him - this is a punishment for his sins, the main thing - for disobeying her parents. once alone with nature, the hero of the work was able to see all their flaws. in his new position, he distinguishes between "good" and "evil." robinson crusoe can not fail to amaze. this is a brave, brave, strong, smart and extremely hardy.
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