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Проанализируйте таблицу видо-временных форм глагола и выполните задание 6



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Проанализируйте таблицу видо-временных форм глагола и выполните задание 6





Indefinite

(Simple)

Continuous

(Progressive)

be + V4(- ing)

Perfect
have + V3

Perfect-Continuous

(Perfect-Progressive)

have been + V4 (- ing)

Present

write

(he, she,it)writes



am

is writing

are

have asked

has written


have

been writing

has

Past

asked

wrote

was

writing

were

asked

had

written


had been writing

Future

shall

write

will

shall

be writing

will

shall asked

have

will written

shall

have been writing

will


6. В следующих предложениях определите видо-временные формы глаголов и укажите их инфинитив. Переведите предложения на русский язык.

1.Andrew gets up early as he lives far from the university.



  1. What are you looking for?

  2. When I visited my friends in Denmark I bought two presents for my family.

  3. Have you seen any good movies recently?

  4. If they go to California next year, they will visit his friend in San Francisco.

  5. Only when she was going to work she remembered that she had left important documents at home.

7. They were walking along the street and talking.
7. Поставьте следующие предложения в отрицательную форму. Переведите их на русский язык.

1. The weather was fine last week.

2. His day at the office begins early in the morning.

3. He went to see his grandparents every Sunday.

4. The newspapers will publish this information tomorrow.

5. These tourists are speaking Spanish.

6. My friends will be waiting for me.

7. She lived in this city four years ago.


Unit 6
1. Прочтите и переведите следующий текст

Text 6

Living at University and Training

Most British students choose to go to university a long way from their home town: university is seen as a time to be independent, to live away from home and develop new interests.

British students do not have to pay to go to university, but do need money to live away from home while they are studying. Some students whose parents do not earn a lot of money are given a grant (money) from the local education authority. If students do not get a grant, parents pay for their children. Some students borrow money from the bank which must be paid back after they leave university. In theory, the grant pays for rent, food, books, transport and socializing. In fact, the grant is not a lot of money.

Students used to work1 during the holidays to earn more money, but it is now difficult to find such jobs. The result is that more students are dropping out, failing to finish their courses.

Not all students study full-time2 at university or college. Many people combine their studies with work. Some companies release their staff for training one or two days a week or for two months a year. Large companies often have their own in-house training schemes.

The British government is very enthusiastic about such training schemes, in particular because so few people go to university.

If you are unemployed, there are two forms of training schemes: employment training for people who have been out of work for a long time and Youth Training Schemes for school leavers who cannot find a job.


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