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Перепишите и письменно переведите следующие предложения, обращая внимание на независимый причастный оборот.
Taking a key out of his pocket, he opened the door.
Not having a car, she finds it difficult to get around.
The weather being fine, they went for a walk.
The letter having been delayed, the news reached us too late.
The translation having been done, we went for a walk.
Перепишите предложения. Подчеркните в придаточных предложениях глаголы в сослагательном наклонении. Письменно переведите предложения.
It was a terrible film. I wish we hadn't gone to see it.
It's freezing today. I wish it weren't so cold. I hate cold weather.
If I'd known you were busy, I wouldn't have disturbed you.
Ken got to the station in time to catch his train. If he had missed it, he would have been late for his interview.
I think there are too many cars. If there weren't so many cars, there wouldn't be so much pollution.
Перепишите и переведите следующие предложения на русский язык. Укажите форму глагола в придаточном предложении.
She said that she could not give me this book because she had promised to give it to her sister.
They said that it had been raining from five till seven.
We thought that the results of your work would be better.
He said that he had read this book twice.
He was sure that he would pass his examinations.
10. Перепишите и письменно переведите текст. Сделайте лексико-грамматический анализ текста: 1) Подчеркните предложения, где используются времена групп Continuous и Perfect в действительном залоге. 2) Подчеркните предложения, где употребляется Страдательный залог (Passive Voice) в трех временах групп: Indefinite, Continuous, Perfect.
`Coke is it'
One of the strongest global products today is 'Coca-Cola'. Coke was originally invented by a pharmacist called Dr Pemberton in 1886. Pemberton produced a syrup for a new drink and accidentally added carbonated water. The result was a soft drink that was called 'both delicious and refreshing'. During its first year Pemberton sold just nine bottles per day, but from these small beginnings 'Coca-Cola' gradually grew into the world's largest manufacturer of soft drinks.
Every day, 'Coca-Cola' products are served more than 1 billion times to people in more than 200 countries. In Great Britain alone over 10 billion 'Coca-Cola' products are consumed each year. In fact in many countries soft drinks have become more popular than traditional drinks. Tea used to be Britain's number one drink, but today the average British person drinks 188 litres of soft drinks a year, but only 157 litres of tea.
Why is 'Coca-Cola' so popular? The main reason is its powerful marketing. The Coca-Cola Company sponsors global events like the FIFA World Cup, Olympic Games and European Championships. From Beijing to Boston, people know the 'Coca-Cola' brand. They see it on their televisions, in magazines and on supermarket shelves. Positive slogans such as 'Things go Better with Coke', 'It's the Real Thing' and 'Coke is It' associate 'Coca-Cola' with good experiences and feeling happy. Yet although 'Coca-Cola' is an American company, only a third of its sales are in North America. Most of its sales are from the rest of the world.
Which is the number one global drink? 'Coke' is it.
Употребите глагол из скобок в нужной форме (времена группы Indefinite, Continuous или Perfect). Перепишите и письменно переведите предложения.
Martin is English but he lives in France. He ...(be) there for three years.
'What time ...Ann ...(phone) ?' 'About an hour ago.'
What ...Sue ...(wear) when you saw her?
'Can you drive?' 'No, I ...never ...a car but I want to learn.'
I saw Lisa at the station when I was going to work this morning but she ...(not see) me.
Rachel is ill, so she ...(not come) to the party tomorrow night.
I want to meet Sarah at the station. What time ...the train ... (arrive)?
'Will you be at home tomorrow evening?' 'No I ...(go out)..'
' ...I ...(phone) you tomorrow?' 'Yes, OK.'
A: Oh, ...(I/just/remember) - ...(Jill/phone) while you were out.
B: ...(she/always/phone) when I'm not here. ...(she/leave) a message?
A: No, but...(she/want) you to phone her back as soon as possible.
B: OK, ...(I/phone) her now. ...(you/know) her number?
A: It's in my address book. ...(I/get) it for you.