Афанасьева, Михеева, 8. Рабочая тетрадь. Unit 2

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Dialogue 1.
1. It has begun taking in only sixteen-year olds, thus some of the teaching staff had to leave, others had to be employed. The college has introduced new subjects.
2. The number of pupils is getting less.
Dialogue 2.
1. Sports competitions, drama performances all of them voluntary.
2. It was a single-sex boarding school.
3. 20—25 boys.
4. Computer technology.
Dialogue 3.
1. His aunt.
2. 2001.
3. Now they feel free to decide, speak and act. They are more relaxed, independent.
4. No, she doesn’t.
Dialogue 4.
1. A parent.
2. To do modern languages at London University.
3. French and Spanish.
4. Discipline, lack of uniform and hard work.
French grammar, spelling, his attitude toward French
В 1) a); 2) a); 3) b); 4) b); 5) a); 6) a); 7) a); 8) a); 9) a); 10) b)
2. various 3. confusion 4. proposals 5. investigations 6. endless 7. regulations 8. statistics 9. qualifications 10. naturally 11. contradictory
1. d. 2. h. 3. g. 4. a. 5. e. 6. f. 7. i. 8. c. 9. b. 10. j.
1. weren’t be able 2. hadn’t taken, have 3. have bought 4. had made, be able 5. hadn’t enrolled, have 6. weren’t, be 7. hadn’t vanished, have explained 8. didn’t drone, listen 9. know 10. hadn’t squeaked, have woken
1. a) If I saw John tomorrow, I would talk (speak) to him. b) If I had seen John at the party yesterday, I would have talked (spoken) to him.
2. a) If I had time, I would help you but I have no time now. b) If I had had time last week, I would have helped you.
3. a) If Sue had money now, she would buy a computer but she has no money now. b) If Sue had had money last month, she would have bought a computer.
4. a) If Ann went to Italy next month, she would visit Rome.
b) If Ann had gone to Italy, she would have visited Rome but she went to Spain to spend her holidays.
1. But for her old age, he wouldn’t let her (have let her) speak to him like that.
2. But for a strong flavor of onions, I would taste (have tasted) the main course.
3. But for my parents’ love and care, I would have been able to cope with all the difficulties.
4. But for her British accent, I would have taken her for an American when we first met.
5. But for the cheat-sheet, Alex wouldn’t have coped with the test.
6. If John hadn’t fixed the badge on (to) his shirt, I wouldn’t have learnt (learned) that he was a member of the conference.
7. If he minded his own business, he wouldn’t annoy his friends so much.
8. But for the new timetable, she wouldn’t have missed her classes on Friday.
9. But for her silly answer, they would have taken a different decision.
10. If our boys hadn’t shown off but had played differently, we would have won the competition.
1. I didn’t know then what to do. What would you have done in my place?
2. If you went with us tomorrow, you would see a lot of interesting things.
3. If John had come to us yesterday, I would have introduced him to my parents.
4. If we had known that he would return at 5, we should (would) have come earlier.
5. If I hadn’t known your secret, I wouldn’t have guessed who you are (If I didn’t know … , I wouldn’t guess …).
6. If I were you, I wouldn’t do (have done) it.
7. If I had been there last summer, I would have done it in a different way.
8. If I were you, I would have asked your (my) uncle about it long ago.
9. If I had such a sister, I would be proud of her.
10. But for her refusal, we should (would) soon solve this problem tomorrow.
1. more frequently 2. most rarely 3. most beautifully 4. most patiently 5. more carefully 6. earlier 7. faster, fastest 8. nearest 9. loudest, most loudly 10. clearer (more clearly) 11. brightest (most brightly) 12. sooner, later 13. more politely 14. slower (more slowly) 15. more often (often-er)
1. Could you tell me more clearly (clearer) how to get to the railway station?
2. Which of you lives nearest to the school?
3. Come on who can run to the corner fastest of all?
4. Please carry this box more carefully, there are glass things in it.
5. Tom found the way to solve our problem cleverest (most cleverly) of all.
6. The saleswoman smiled at me nicely and quickly went to the shelves.
7. Say it louder (more loudly), please. I can’t hear you.
8. Look, Jane is breathing hardest (heaviest, most heavily) of all. I think, she has little training.
9. Steve drives a car very carelessly. I wouldn’t like to be his passenger.
10. I have been living in this city longest of all and I know about it more than you (do).
1. hand 2. hand 3. broken 4. handed 5. broke 6. hand 7. broke 8. broken 9. broke 10. broke
1. Don’t hand in your tests now if you haven’t finished yet. You will be able to go on with your work during your next lesson.
2. Hand out the pencils to all the pupils of the class.
3. The thief was handed over to the police.
4. Tomorrow the princess will hand out gifts at the children’s hospital.
5. In the majority of families with a lot of children clothes are handed down from elder brothers and sisters to the younger ones.
6. A month later he agreed to hand the farm over to the Davidsons.
7. When you leave a hotel, hand in the key at the desk.
8. They were made to hand the money over to Mr Pratchett.
1. into 2. out 3. down 4. into 5. away 6. down 7. away 8. out
1. — At what age does compulsory education begin and finish in England? (When do British children start and finish … ?) — It begins at 5 and finishes at 16.
2. — What (type of) school do the majority of children in Britain attend? — Comprehensive.
3. — Are there any private fee-paying schools in England? — Yes, there are.
4. — What schools are called public schools in Britain and the USA? — In Britain public schools are highly prestigious private fee-paying schools; in the USA they are free local schools.
5. — What exam do English pupils sit (for) at the age of 16? — GCSE.
6. — Who usually attends the sixth form? — Those pupils who prepare for the A-level exams and want to go to university.
7. — What does the letter A mean (stand for) in the name (term) “A-level exam”? — Advanced.
8. — Do English children sit (for) exams when they finish primary school and enter the first form of secondary school? — Not as a rule.
9. — Do British pupils wear uniforms? — Some of them do.
10. — What in your opinion is the most interesting thing in the British system of education?
1. compulsory education 2. a school-leaver. 3. a third-former (grader) 4. the GCSE exam 5. a boarding school 6. a fee-paying school 7. An assembly hall 8. the Headmaster’s (Headmistress’s) office 9. a canteen 10. a staff room 11. a science laboratory 12. a chemistry laboratory
1 —; 2 —; 3 —; 4 a; 5 a; 6 a; 7 a; 8 —; 9 —; 10 a; 11 a; 12 —; 13 —; 14 —; 15 —; 16 a; 17 a; 18 the; 19 the; 20 —; 21 —
1) learn 2) learn 3) learn/study 4) learn/study 5) learn 6) learn 7) study 8) learn 9) learn 10) study 11) study 12) learn
1. Who enrolled you at this school — your mum or your dad?
2. During this season doctors often warn us against catching a cold (colds).
3. Are you also queuing for cakes (standing in this queue for …)?
4. It was a hot summer day. (The) Bees droned in the air flying over the flowers.
5. Where do wizards and witches live?
6. Don’t mess about (around). Get down (set) to business.
7. She took the (some) medicine but it (that) didn’t relieve the pain.
8. If you hadn’t disappeared (vanished) in the crowd then, you would have seen a terrific show with us.
9. In boarding schools children sleep in dormitories.
10. Don’t tickle me. I can’t stand it.
11. These birds are rare guests in our neighborhoods.
12. The floor squeaked and the child woke up.
13. It was hot and in the city people queued for ice cream and soda water.
14. The little mouse squeaked and rushed (ran) away.
15. I think he is trying to force his opinion on us.
16. The text we are going to read is written by a modern philosopher.
17. With (a feeling of) relief I remembered that the exams were over.
18. On hours he can drone on about how to behave.
19. I don’t like my new white sweater. It tickles my skin.
20. I’m thinking about enrolling on the/a French course.
21. I know that I can always get some solid advice from my parents.
22. I have just seen Chris. When did he vanish?
23. From force of habit I still get up at six o’clock though I don’t have to now.
24. The classroom is in an awful mess. I won’t begin the lesson until you do the room.
25. I rarely remember the events of the last year (last year events). The memories bring too much pain.
а. mice, bats b. geese с. bees, bumble-bees d. dogs e. snakes f. frogs g. bees, bumble-bees h. little birds i. horses j. ducks k. dogs l. wolves
1. Wolves howl.
2. Dogs bark.
3. Snakes hiss.
4. Hens cluck.
5. Sparrows twitter.
б. Cats mew.
7. Cows moo.
8. Lions roar.
9. Chicks squeak.
10. Geese cackle.
11. Bees buzz.
12. Pigs grunt.
13. Crows caw.
14. Doves coo.
15. Sheep bleat.
1. Его план не сработал.
2. Различия весьма существенны.
3. Молоко в кувшине скисло.
4. Каролина покраснела.
5. Каждую осень маленький Джон заболевает.
6. Когда Пол услышал новости, он пришел в ярость.
7. Увы! Мои волосы седеют.
8. При виде мертвой птицы Люси побледнела.
9. Когда Индия стала свободной?
10. Новый проект не задался с самого начала.
1. the 2. the 3. the, —, the, — 4. —, the, — 5– 6. the 7. a, the, a, — 8. the 9. the, — 10. the, the 11. a, the, a/the 12. the, the
2) a co-educational school
3) to leave school
4) a staff room
5) to take an exam
6) to sit for an A-level exam
7) to do a subject
8) to assess a paper
9) to prepare for an exam
10) to fail an exam
11) summer holidays
12) to go to school
2. state schools 3. boarding schools 4. after-class activities 5. a weekend (days off) 6. to fail an exam 7. mixed (co-educational) schools 8. to attend a class
(1) the (2) the (3) the (4) a (5) a (6) the (7) the (8) a (9) — (10) a (11) the (12) the (13) the (14) a (15) an (16) – (17) the (18) a (19) a (20) the (21) – (22) a (23) the (24) the (25) the (26) a (27) the (28) a (29) a (30) — (31) the (32) the (33) the (34) the (35) the (36) a (37) a (38) the (39) a, the
1. had never been 2. had given (was giving) 3. was 4. was drinking 5. eating 6. was talking 7. took 8. began 9. was playing 10. Want 11. shook 12. meant 13. laid 14. shook 15. jumped 16. felt 17. do you mean 18. are you crying 19. sobbed 20. am crying 21. don’t think 22. are 23. have ever met 24. wouldn’t say (wouldn’t have said) 25. know 26. have you done 27. have taken 28. is 29. has 30. Has made 31. think
1. с; 2.; 3. а; 4. b; 5. f; 6. е; 7. d.
1. Последняя капля переполняет чашу. 2. Лес рубят, щепки летят,
1. d); 2. с); 3. а); 4. с); 5. а); 6. с); 7. b); 8. с)
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