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Переведите в письменной форме абзацы 2, 3, 6.

3. Напишите предложения в вопросительной, а затем в отрицательной форме и переведите их на русский язык:

1. The students were in the Russian Museum.

2. I am still working at my report.

3. I have known him for three years.

4. Last summer we lived in the country.

5. He writes letters every day.


Раскройте скобки, употребляя глаголы в требующемся времени.

1. When morning came, the storm already ( to stop), but the snow still ( to fall). 2. Yesterday by eight o’clock he ( to finish ) all his homework. 3. When I ( to come ) to his place at nine, he ( to read) . 4. I ( to wait ) for permission to go abroad for already three weeks, but I ( not to receive ) the visa yet. 5. Everybody ( to be ) at the door of the museum, but my friend ( not yet to come).


Заполните пропуски соответствующими предлогами по смыслу, где это необходимо.

1. I get up … seven o’clock or … a quarter past seven. 2. … Sunday I usually get up … nine o’clock or half past nine. 3. But last Sunday I slept very long and got up only … noon. 4. He was an excellent pupil, and the teacher never complained … him. 5. The school year begins … the first of September. 6. I like to go to the park … autumn.


Переведите на английский язык.

1. в пять часов

2. в воскресенье

3. на этой неделе

4. весной

5. с 1998 года

6. через час

Переведите предложения на английский язык, употребляя глаголы в нужном времени.

1. Я сижу в парке на скамейке и кормлю птиц. 2. Если её не будет завтра дома, оставьте ей записку. 3. Я уже сделал свои уроки. 4. Они играют в волейбол с трёх часов. 5. Мы знаем друг друга уже четыре года. 6. Мы очень рады вас видеть. Мы вас ждали целый месяц.

Вариант 2

Прочитайте текст и ответьте на следующие вопросы:


1. Why don’t many foreign people go to Nowy Swiat?

2. Why are the things produced by Polish manufacturers so good?

3. What can you buy here? What can’t you buy?

4. What is expensive? What isn’t expensive?


A recent survey has shown that the busiest shopping street in the world is not in London, New York, or Paris, but in Warsaw. It’s called Nowy Swiat (pronounced /novi sviet/), which means New World. An incredible 14,000 Poles walk down this main street every hour.

It is a lovely place to shop. The pavements are very wide. There are statues, palaces, attractive town houses, exclusive cafes, and high-class restaurants. The buildings aren’t too tall. They look old, but in fact the whole city was rebuilt after World War II.

There aren’t any billboards or neon lights. There isn’t any loud music, and there aren’t many tourists. People think that polish shops have nothing to sell, so nobody comes shopping here. The world doesn’t know about this paradise for shoppers – yet.

It is now possible to buy almost everything in Warsaw. There are a lot of shops from the West, but the interesting thing is that Polish manufacturers are now producing high quality goods. They are good because they are not mass produced for world consumption.

Nowy Swiat has a lot of small shops, specialist shops, and chic shops. It hasn’t got the huge department stores that sell the same things everywhere.

If you want an exquisite handmade suit, Nowy Swiat is the place to go. It isn’t cheap. You will pay up to 1,000 pounds. For beautiful French baby clothes, go to Petit Bateau. You will pay 50 pounds for a pair of blue jeans for a baby. A dress for a baby girl is about 90 pounds. At Desa, a famous antique shop, a desk costs 5,000, and a 19th century Russian icon is 200 pounds.

Not everything is expensive. At the shop Pantera you can buy leather goods – handbags, purses, coats, and belts. Cepelia specializes in folk art. There are also book shops and record shops. And there are a lot of small boutiques that sell men’s and women’s clothes that aren’t too expensive.

If you are tired, stop at Café Blikle. This is a fashionable place to meet. You’ll find a lively atmosphere, and a lot of well-known Poles. The frozen yoghurt and ice-creams are excellent, and its famous doughnuts are delicious.

It is possible to travel the world and find the same things for sale in every country. But Warsaw is different because its shops are unique – and they’re in Nowy Swiat.



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