Афанасьева, Михеева, 8. Рабочая тетрадь. Unit 5

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Dialogue 1: I b); 2 a); 3 c); 4 a); 5 c)
Dialogue 2: I c); 2 c); 3 b); 4 c); 5 b)
Dialogue 3: I a); 2 с); З с); 4 a); 5 a)
Dialogue 4: I c); 2 c); 3 c); 4 c); 5 c)
1. h; 2. a; 3. g; 4. d; 5. е; 6. с; 7. f; 8. b.
1. b); 2. d); 3. f); 4. e); 5. a); 6. h); 8. c); 9. g); 7. extra
2. national 3. threatened 4. ecological 5. pollution 6. industrial 7. survival 8. privatization 9. biologically 10. unable
1. don’t need 2. need 3. need 4. need 5. don’t need 6. need 7. don’t need 8. don’t need 9. don’t need
1. No, you needn’t. You may pay later.
2. No, she needn’t. It can wait till later.
3. No, you needn’t. Kate will wash up this time.
4. No, you needn’t. I think it looks great.
5. You needn’t stay in bed. Just stay indoors till the end of this week.
6. You needn’t go to the post office at all. I can post the letter for you.
7. No, you needn’t. You can take as long as you wish.
1. should take 2. to be taken 3. Do we need 4. needn’t 5. have informed 6. stay 7. have cooked 8. take 9. are to 10. don’t need 11. needn’t12. could have been 13. needn’t take 14. must be 15. needn’t
1. You should have informed me about this exciting event. Because of you I’ve missed everything.
2. You should have woken me up. My dream was a real nightmare.
3. You shouldn’t have confused him with your questions.
4. You shouldn’t have spoken to him in such a rude voice. You’ve frightened the boy.
5. You could have bought today’s newspapers. Why haven’t you done it?
6. Jane needn’t have translated the article. It has already been translated.
7. You needn’t meet me at the metro station. Victor will see me home.
8. Do we have to (Must we) buy tickets to go to the park or can we go free?
9. We should have listened to the weather forecast. I’ve got wet through (to the skin) in the rain.
10. Who needs a pen? I have a spare one.
11. To be taken three times a day before meals.
12. You should have asked for your parents’ advice.
13. Why did you climb up the tree? You could have fallen.
14. Steve says he needs no one’s help.
15. You shouldn’t have bought two tickets to the theatre. This Saturday I’ll be busy and won’t be able to go with you.
1. awful 2. unexpected 3. loud 4. well 5. sadly 6 quiet 7. good 8. Well 9. pleasant 10. awfully 11. unexpectedly 12. loudly 13. quietly 14. pleasantly 15. sad
1. The flowers smell strong before the rain.
2. I saw that the child was awfully frightened.
3. I felt cold and turned on the heater.
4. The new college building looks very attractive.
5. Now I feel well, I hope the headache won’t come back.
6. Look at this woman. Don’t you think she looks strange?
7. This new perfume smells very sweet.
8. The girl looked at me quickly and turned away.
9. The medicine tastes bitter, I can’t take it.
10. The prices in our supermarket will pleasantly surprise you.
1. Thai 2. Mexicans 3. Portuguese 4. Dutch 5. the British 6. a Britisher 7. the Belgians 8. the Chinese, Chinese 9. English 10. Swiss, Norwegians, Dutch
1. Soon two Czechs and a Dane joined our group.
2. The Greek alphabet looks like Russian alphabet.
3. You’re mistaken, Maggie is not an Englishwoman, she is Irish (an Irishwoman).
4. The Portuguese have always been great sailors.
5. Traditionally (the) Japanese eat a lot of seafood, as a result they seldom suffer from heart condition.
6. When I was young, I knew a Chinese (man) and he often told me about his country.
7. Mexican food is usually very hot (spicy) like Indian food.
8. A Frenchman can be easily recognized by his accent.
9. Not so many people in the world can speak Dutch.
10. The Swiss Alps are one of the most popular holiday places in Europe.
11. What do you know about the Welsh and their traditions?
12. The Canadians have two official languages.
— Excuse me, is there a bus to the city centre?
— How long will it take me to get to the railway station by metro?
— Where’s the nearest bus stop?
— At what stop do I get off?
— What bus will take me to the airport?
— Is there a metro station near the central shop or had I better go by bus?
— Could you tell me the way, please?
— Could you help me, please? How do I get to … ?
1. At the end of the week we dropped on a nice attractive flat and decided to rent it.
2. I thought I would just drop in on you and see how are (doing).
3. John has dropped out of the game as he has a lot of work to do (he is very busy).
4. Jane said she would drop the jacket off at the cleaner’s when she went to the centre.
5. Let’s drop in on Ruth when we are in Oxford.
6. Don’t drop English no matter how hard it is.
7. I dropped on my old diary when I was looking for my notebook.
8. We were passing by your house and decided to drop in.
9. Please drop off this order at the grocery on your way to school.
10. Denis was injured in the first round and dropped out of the match.
11. If everything is all right, I’ll drop off the papers at your place tomorrow afternoon.
12. Why drop on me? Going there was his own decision.
1. sea, weather, road, wood, voice, person
2. face, hands, stockings, clothes
3. answer, explanation, words, information
4. wall, room, head, floor, body
5. meeting, report, event, payment, conference
6. game, film, event, show, book
7. story, life, picture, impression
8. market, journal, news, bank
9. nonsense, pleasure, happiness, idiocy
10. towns, countries, raindrops, stories
1. Когда я впервые увидел океан, я испытал волнение.
2. Никто ничего не разглядит, если в комнате полная темнота.
3. Моему двоюродному брату приснился страшный сон, как будто за ним гонится лев.
4. День благодарения — ежегодный праздник, который отмечается в ноябре.
5. Дети обняли своих родителей, как только те сошли с самолета.
6. Я застонал, когда пес оставил грязные следы на полу, который я только что вымыл.
7. Стрела вообще не попала в мишень.
8. В общей сложности на вечеринке нас было 12 человек.
9. Звон тарелок, донесшийся с кухни, был знаком того, что обед почти закончен.
10. Бывшие соученики моего двоюродного брата по колледжу в десятый раз организуют встречу выпускников в этом году.
11. Мокрый котенок дрожал от холода.
12. Этот дорожный знак сбивает с толку водителей и заставляет их сворачивать не туда.
13. Босоногие ребятишки перешли через ручей.
14. Я сказал кондуктору в поезде, что еду в Нью-Йорк.
15. Ее старое морщинистое лицо светилось добротой.
1. sank
2. clattered
3. rough
4. groan
5. wrinkled
6. to be certain
7. was run
8. within easy reach
9. annual
10. bare
11. a married couple
12. a groan
13. rough drafts
14. totally
15. confused
16. thrilling
17. bareheaded
18. embraced
19. flowed
20. vague
1. I saw tears of joy on her face.
2. Where does this river flow?
3. What is your destination?
4. Her trousers were wrinkled and she had to iron (press) them.
5. My aunts hadn’t seen each other for about a year. When they came to our place and saw each other, they embraces tenderly.
6. The sea was rough and the ship began sinking.
7. Her voice trembled with emotion.
8. When will our annual meeting of graduates take place?
9. I heard the clatter of dishes in the kitchen.
10. There appeared a fishing vessel in the distance.
11. His leg hurt badly, with a groan he rose and walked to the house.
12. The carriage clattered along the rough road.
13. The last days of the summer holidays turned out (to be) a real nightmare.
14. Wait a minute, you’re confusing me.
15. We arrived at our destination long after midnight.
16. The old man embraced me with his thin wrinkled arms.
17. The speaker droned on and on and nothing could stop this flow of words.
18. There was a strong wind blowing and (the) bare branches of the trees were beating on (against) the windows.
19. “Open up!” — ordered a rough voice behind the door.
20. What a confusing story! I can’t understand a thing.
1. except 2. waiting 3. rather 4. quiet 5. by 6. half-sister 7. altogether 8. flowed 9. couple 10. awaiting 11. pair 12. quite 13. couple 14. stepbrothers 15. better 16. by 17. couple, besides
1. I’d rather go home, I’m a little tired.
2. You’d better not argue with your parents.
3. He says he’d rather wait for me at the school but not at the bus stop.
4. Kate had better not think about becoming an air hostess. She is airsick.
5. We would rather go to the park with you; the weather is lovely today.
6. You’d better go to the dentist if you have a toothache.
7. I’d better switch off the television; when it works, I can’t concentrate on my homework.
8. He would rather e-mail to his friends.
9. We had better not be late for the classes tomorrow as we are going to write a test.
10. You had better not buy tickets to the smoker.
1. c); 2. c); 3. a); 4. a); 5. c); 6. c); 7. b); 8. c); 9. b); 10. c); 11. b); 12. c); 13. b).
1. g; 2. m; 3. b; 4. i; 5. c; 6. f; 7. h; 8. d; 9. o; 10. е; 11. l; 12. j; 13. a; 14. p; 15. k; 16. h.
1. When we travel, we use various means (kinds) of transport. We can travel by plane or by train, by coach or by car, on a bike or on foot.
2. I always choose the most convenient way of getting at my destination. In my view it’s going by sea (a sea voyage).
3. Could you please weigh the luggage and pay the excess luggage charges if necessary?
4. I’ve bought a season ticket. I think I’ll save some money.
5. When I go away on business, I always have to do some last-minute shopping.
6. My latest journey to Rostov was a real nightmare. First of all I had a lot of heavy luggage, besides my fellow passenger on the coach was extremely talkative and that was getting on my nerves. There was a two hour delay of my train (my train was delayed for two hours) and I had to wait on the platform. I wasn’t properly dressed and began to get cold. I wish I hadn’t gone on that journey at all.
7. I need a double room for two days, preferably overlooking the sea (with a view of the sea).
8. Is the cost of laundry service included?
9. What facilities and services are available in this hotel?
10. When we leave the hotel, we should check out.
11. When is the flight from London? (When does the London flight arrive?)
1. had 2. had been left 3. had never done 4. are found 5. playing 6. sunbathing 7. trying 8. drove 9. to stay 10. arrived 11. was raining 12. sit/sitting 13. looking 14. haven’t played/haven’t been playing 15. don’t we do 16. had played 17. felt 18. walked 19. had been 20. were lined 21. was sure 22. would find 23. had not read 24. had always been 25. was caught 26. raised 27. pulled 28. turned 29. is/was often used 30. had been put
1. The world. The group travelled around the globe and saw many interesting countries.
2. A round ball with a map of the world on it. We study the oceans and the countries on the globe in our classroom.
3. Anything shaped like a ball. We bought a new glass globe to cover the light bulb in the hall.
1. postbox 2. (pedestrian) crossing 3. parking lot 4. pavement 5. lift 6. lorry 7. petrol station 8. underground 9. chemist’s 10. dustbin 11. street seller 12. block-of-flats 13. highway 14. one way ticket 15. round-trip ticket
1. — m) 2. — q) 3. — d) 4. — j) 5. — f) 6. — o) 7. — n) 8. — e) 9. — c) 10. — p) 11- e) 12. — h) 13. — k) 14. — g) 15. — b) 16. — i) 17. — a)
1. When in Rome do as Romans do. — В чужой монастырь со своим уставом не ходят.
2. Time and tide wait for no man. — Время не ждет никого.
3. One man doesn’t make a team. — Одна ласточка весны не делает.
4. The more haste the less speed. — Поспешишь —людей насмешишь.
5. There is no place like home. — В гостях хорошо, а дома лучше.
6. Absence makes the heart grow fonder. — Разлука заставляет сердце любить сильнее.
7. One man’s meat is another man’s poison. — To, что одному человеку полезно, другому вредно.
1. е; 2. к; 3. b; 4. а; 5. i; 6. с; 7. d; 8. h; 9. j; 10. f; 11. g.
1. b); 2. d); 3. b); 4. a); 5. a); 6. b); 7. a)
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