Match the two parts of the sentences, translate them.
I have to confess
Whenever you see him
Nick has a rich collection of books at home
My friend began to collect coins
Who can be called
Did you manage
a man of great wisdom.
to look through encyclopedia?
I took the documents.
ask him to call me.
novels, detectives, poems, love stories
but soon he quitted doing it.
Complete the sentences with the correct forms of the verbs.
My watch (to be) ten minutes fast.
No news (to be) good news.
Money (to do) not make you happy.
Your clothes (to hang) on the chair.
Your advice (to have) helped me greatly.
In England postmen (to wear) a uniform.
Fill in prepositions if needed, using (on, in, behind, to, into, of)
Journalists put themselves _1_ dangerous situations. They repot _2_ wars and political protests. They go _3_ areas where there are conflicts. They try to find out the facts _4_ the story they are writing about. They can even be killed because _5_ their efforts. They climb _6_ tall mountains, dive deep _7_ the sea. They get pictures _8_ wild animals.
Use these words to complete the sentences. Whoever, whatever, whenever, wherever, however
You may visit us … you need.
… comes, - don′t open the door.
He says that … I do is not correct.
… busy you are, you must do exercises every morning.
… you go, … you meet, be polite.
5 . Use the verb in the principle clause in the past tense and make all the necessary changes.
She says she learns two foreign languages.
We know she takes to the dean.
She says she has known the Smith for a long time.
They say they received the letter yesterday.
I suppose my friend will come to the party.
Make the following questions indirect. Use “He wanted to know… ”
Does Jane in Moscow?
Did your brother study at Oxford University?
What are you talking about?
Where can I see you next time?
How long will it take us to go there by car.