Афанасьева, Михеева, 8. Рабочая тетрадь. Unit 4

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Dialogue 1:
1. A journalist.
2. То write about it.
3. Ready-made clothes, perfume, underwear.
4. It’s going to sell only elegant and exclusive things.
Dialogue 2:
1. The problem of wearing a uniform as a must.
2. No, as one can’t express one’s individuality.
3. Not absolutely. She doesn’t like the idea of wearing a uniform very much but says that it helps discipline and unite pupils.
4. To have an opinion poll and find out what the others think.
Dialogue 3:
1. He wants to open an account.
2. Five or ten pounds are the sum to open an account.
3. How much money he must pay in to open a savings account, if he can arrange for some payments to be made from his account.
4. To fill in the form and sign it.
Dialogue 4:
1. He wants to get some information about Mr Farber’s car.
2. In 1995.
3. Four thousand pounds.
4. They agreed to meet on Thursday at six.
1. d; 2. f; 3. е; 4. b; 5. a; c. — extra
1. culture 2. theme 3. continent 4. restaurant 5. cigarette 6. sports 7. music 8. dominant 9. result 10. company 11. barrier 12. export 13. product 14. isolate 15. economy 16. global 17. economic 18. dramatically 19. globally 20. globalization 21. multinational 22. national 23. regional 24. cultural
2. developing 3. recklessly 4. naturally 5. globalization 6. Degradation 7. global 8. becoming 9. corporations
1. right 2. widely 3. most 4. lately 5. wide 6. late 7. high 8. nearly 9. hardly 10. highly 11. hard 12. rightly
1. Tom lives farthest of all from the school, that’s why he has to get up earliest of all.
2. They say our neighbour is seriously ill. I am so sorry for her.
3. Nobody can write my name right.
4. The first duckbins that appeared in Europe were wrongly considered a fake.
5. Wait for me I have nearly finished the task.
6. I hope I haven’t written the test so badly.
7. A basketball player has to be able to jump high.
8. This new women’s magazine is widely advertised.
9. Who knows you better than your own parents?
10. I hope you have been rightly informed.
1. — How many trousers did you manage to press yesterday? — I pressed four but I didn’t manage (couldn’t) iron my blouse. Something had gone wrong with the iron.
2. We managed to find out his mobile number but we didn’t manage (couldn’t) talk to him. The telephone was switched off.
3. At last I managed to see “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” but I couldn’t understand why the film is (was) so popular.
4. After the long talks (negotiations) we managed to work out an agreement.
5. How many pages did you manage (have you managed) to translate?
6. The little girl didn’t manage (couldn’t) find the way home.
7. The task was difficult and Tom didn’t manage to (couldn’t) do it.
8. Did you manage to answer all the teacher’s questions?
9. I didn’t manage (haven’t managed) to buy trainers for my son. (I couldn’t buy …) There were only small sizes in the shop.
10. Did you manage to do the task yourself or did anybody help you? (Have you managed …)
1. John couldn’t go to the baker’s. He returned late.
2. Did you manage to choose presents for your younger brother’s birthday?
3. I couldn’t (didn’t manage to) translate the article without a dictionary.
4. Did Betty manage (Has Betty managed …) to buy paper-clips at the stationer’s?
5. There were a lot of people in the shop, but Andrew managed to do the shopping rather quickly.
6. It was noisy in the room and Ann couldn’t concentrate on the task.
7. Did you manage to buy the medicine? Where is it?
8. You managed to wake up early, didn’t you?
9. What did he manage to spend his pocket money on?
10. Little Sam tried to run quicker but couldn’t.
1. — Интересно, какая завтра будет погода? — Возможно, весь день будет идти дождь. — Сомневаюсь. Может быть, и будет облачно, но уж дождя точно (определенно) не будет.
2. — Интересно, где Салли. — Возможно, она играет на компьютере.
3. Можно воспользоваться вашей ручкой?
4. Извините, можно взять соль, сэр?
5. В Англии в большинстве ресторанов не разрешено курить.
6. Мама, можно надеть твое кольцо на вечеринку (когда я пойду на вечер)?
7. Если хочешь, можешь посмотреть телевизор.
8. После того как самолет взлетит, разрешается курить.
9. Ты умеешь танцевать вальс?
10. Когда моему старшему брату было три года, он хорошо читал.
11. В прошлом году мне удалось обыграть Дорис в пинг-понг.
1. а; 2. b; 3. b; 4. а.
1. Can (May) I take another biscuit, Granny?
2. Mr Brown, may I stay a little longer?
3. Richard said we could take his bike.
4. We were not allowed to go to the party by ourselves.
5. Can I help you with your bags?
6. Jane had no ticket and she was not allowed to enter.
7. He might come on time, but I think he will be late.
8. There may be some cake (Some cake may be left). I’ll go and have a look.
9. Now little Jimmy can read very well, but 5 months ago he couldn’t.
10. Mum, can (may) I have another chocolate, please?
11. I got lost in the new city and managed to find the street I needed only by the evening.
12. In our ancient city tourists can see a cathedral and some churches of the 17—19th centuries.
13. We won’t be able to explain to Richard the reason for our departure.
14. I may go to the cinema with my friend tomorrow.
15. How could you have broken your promise?
16. It may (might) rain again tomorrow.
across, down, round, off, over
1. What came over him yesterday? He let everybody use his computer (allowed to use …).
2. John said he might come round about six (the next day).
3. Emma came across very unusual accounts looking through her helper’s files.
4. I don’t think I can take part in the conference. I’m coming down with a cold.
5. While I was climbing over the wall a button came off my jacket.
6. You should explain this word to the children. They have never come across it.
7. A stud has come (came) off my brother’s old waistcoat (vest).
8. Betty came down with a cold. She is running (has) a high temperature.
9. Come off the grass. You mustn’t walk on it.
10. I don’t know what has come over him, he doesn’t want to come round to us for a while.
1. a man’s suit
2. a waistcoat
3. a collar
4. a jacket
5. a bow tie
6. a button
7. a buttonhole
8. a stud 9. laces
10. a ribbon
11. a straw hat
12. a top
13. a woman’s suit
14. a skirt
15. a pocket
16. a belt
17. high-heeled shoes
1) f); 2) h); 3) b); 4) e); 5) c); 6) a); 7) g); 8) d)
1. up 2. on 3. of 4. with 5. on 6. in 7. to 8. by, by, in 9. from, in 10 at 11. —, for 12. with 13. — 14. Up
1. to get dressed
2. jet-black
3. brand-new
4. a wide trimmed straw hat
5. to take no notice (of)
6. to zip up
7. to unbutton a coat
8. to be the last straw (to put the lid on sth)
9. to shriek with laughter
10. to lose one’s nerve
11. to lace up one’s boots
12. a garage attached to the house
13. the inventors worth mentioning
14. to flap in the wind
15. to tie to the tree
1. Could you change a hundred rubles? The cash machine (cash point) has given all the money to me in one hundred notes. I must buy bread and there is no change at the baker’s on the corner.
2. I don’t like borrowing money because I’m afraid to get myself into debt.
3. I like to do shopping in a/the big shopping centre: the service is good there and they often give reductions (discounts).
4. A modern shopping centre looks like a big city under one roof. One can find everything necessary there: hair and beauty salons, post offices, information desks, petrol stations and even cinemas and restaurants.
5. Many stores allow the disabled to use special wheelchairs free.
6. Open a bank account. It will help you to save money, and the bank will regularly pay your interest.
1. chew. 2. attached 3. immense 4. were reluctant 5. tied two firm knots 6. a fancy dress 7. outfit 8. flaps 9. funeral 10. are worth reading 11. garment 12. stiff 13. ridiculous 14. are detachable 15. brand-new
1. I have no cash. Can I pay by check?
2. Can you change a dollar for me?
3. Do people often buy goods on credit in Russia?
4. Yesterday my elder brother opened his first bank account.
5. Banks give loans to their customers.
6. My granny and granddad like neither to borrow money nor to lend it.
7. The other day my aunts went to a/the shopping centre and bought a lot of ridiculous things.
8. “You must fill in the form and sign here, ” said the bank clerk.
9. What is the exchange rate?
10. Excuse me, can I cash my checks here?
1. Find out the price of the trousers from the shop assistant and ask if they will give me a discount.
2. Can you show me the way to the fitting room?
3. What free services do shopping centers offer their customers?
4. We bought my sports outfit at Marks and Spencer’s.
5. Where can we buy tableware?
6. When I come to our local corner shop, Mr Briggs, the shop owner, always greets me nicely and asks if he can do something for me.
7. Take your receipt and change, please.
8. Can you wrap (up) my purchases, please?
9. Shall I put your box into a plastic bag?
1. A new pair of shoes is worth buying.
2. Your father’s advice is worth asking.
3. Foreign languages are always worth learning.
4. The stupid TV programme is not worth watching.
5. Tea is not worth making.
6. The new play has been worth watching.
7. The park was worth visiting. …
8. Is the Star Hotel worth staying in?
9. A taxi has been worth taking. …
10. A question is always worth asking but it (the question) is not always worth answering.
1. I’ve made your bed. Your pajamas are under the pillow.
2. Here is the watch my mother has given me as a birthday present.
3. The stairs were high and we got tired before we got to the seventh floor.
4. I wonder whose funeral it is?
5. All this money has been already spent.
6. Bring me your clothes, I’ll iron them.
7. How many clocks and watches do you have at home?
8. The traffic lights show red light. One mustn’t cross the street now.
9. Your new clothes look smart. I like them.
10. I don’t keep money at home. My money is in the bank.
1. had always wanted 2. began 3. taking 4. passed 5. was bought 6. pay 7. would make 8. drove 9. hadn’t learnt 10. went 11. was shining 12. had been driving 13. came 14. had been made 15. had been opened 16. had been checked 17. felt 18. shall I do 19. have never dealt 20, don’t start 21. shall have 22. heard 23. turned 24. saw 25. looking 26. took 27. had happened 28. have been living 29. don’t listen 30. doesn’t know
1. — 2. the 3. — 4. a 5. the 6. — 7. the 8. the 9. the 10. the 11. the 12. the 13. the 14. — 15. — 16. — 17. the 18. the 19. the 20. the 21. the 22. a 23. the 24. the 25. a 26. the
Деньги к деньгам.
Деньги делают деньги.
Где много денег, еще прибудет.
С деньгами на свете, так и дурак ездит в карете.
Хуже всех бед, когда денег нет.
С деньгами всего можно добиться.
Деньги часто губят тех, кто их наживает.
Дело — суть (соль) всей жизни.
Делу время, потехе час.
Сделал дело, гуляй смело.
Дело есть дело.
1. d); 2. b); 3. b); 4. с); 5. d); 6. d); 7. d)
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