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Zdravstvuite!ya Mia, mne 23 goda.rabotayu v gostinice administratorom. ya vlyubilas v moego nachalnika, xotya znala chto u nego est zhena i dvoe detei.i on menya lyubit ,ya v etom uverena na vse 100 процент.kogda tolko mi nachali nashi otnosheniya ,ya bila uverena chto on razoidyotsya s zhenoi i zhenitsya na mne, no eto ne tak. on mne govorit chto vso sdelaet dlya menya, chto lyubit menya bolshe vsex na svete,no razvestis s zhenoi nemozhet,potomu chto on musulmanin i eto ne priyato v ego strane.ya znayu chto on menya lyubit i ne mozhet bez menya,no chto mne delat ya ego lyublyu,no bit snim eto znachit nikogda ne imet semii i bit tilko lish lyubovnicei.neznayu chto delat...ya reshila rasstatsya s nim… no na sleduyushii den zhe pomirilas,potomu chto ne mogu bez nego.possovetuite pozhalusta ...
1) He asked me some questions. 2) If there are…new magazines in the library, take any for me. 3) He asked me for some stamps, but I hadn’t…. 4) Why didn’t you buy….cheese? 5) …. people like strong tea, and….don’t. 6) We waited….twenty minutes. 7) You may come at….time. 8) …. steamer has left the port yet. 9) He has not got….pencil. And he has got….pen. 10) He might have thought up….better joke. 11) They have hardly heard of….medieval artists. 12) Parents have failed to get….information concerning this matter. 13) There are very…. illustrations in this magazine. 14) ….water has flowed under the bridge since that time. 15) Can I have….water, please? 16) Don’t hurry. We have….time. 17)There has been….snow in the Alps, but not enough to start the season. 18) Nearly the whole cargo has been ...
in lakes Luke Luck likes. Luke Luck takes licks in lakes duck likes. Send toast to ten tense stout saints' ten tall tents. Coy knows pseudonoise codes. A quick witted cricket critic. Denise sees the fleece, Denise sees the fleas. At least Denise could sneeze and feed and freeze the fleas. Sheena leads, Sheila needs. Something in a thirty-acre thermal thicket of thorns and thistles thumped and thundered threatening the three-D thoughts of Matthew the thug — although, theatrically, it was only the thirteen-thousand thistles and thorns through the underneath of his thigh that the thirty year old thug thought of that morning. The thirty-three thieves thought that they thrilled the throne throughout Thursday.
in lakes Luke Luck likes. Luke Luck takes licks in lakes duck likes. Send toast to ten tense stout saints' ten tall tents. Coy knows pseudonoise codes. A quick witted cricket critic. Denise sees the fleece, Denise sees the fleas. At least Denise could sneeze and feed and freeze the fleas. Sheena leads, Sheila needs. Something in a thirty-acre thermal thicket of thorns and thistles thumped and thundered threatening the three-D thoughts of Matthew the thug — although, theatrically, it was only the thirteen-thousand thistles and thorns through the underneath of his thigh that the thirty year old thug thought of that morning. The thirty-three thieves thought that they thrilled the throne throughout Thursday.
1)Yesterday a very young puppy was borrow from a neighbor .2) It was brought to play with the children. Now the little one is well (look after). It always (give) milk at the appropriate time. why don't you play with your younger sister? She feels she (reject) and is not at all happy 3) When we entered the classroom, it was quiet there. The questions (write) on the black board and the answers (write) in the pupils notebooks.4) l don e way Bob is doing at school. He should (talk to). Lily 0augh at) yesterday by her peers, And she much (offend) 6) The little guests (to give) some tasty treats in the sitting room, 7) Don't worry. Your plant (look after) while you are away. 8) When he (speak to)? — Tomorrow, I think. 9) This per formance much (speak about). Everybody seems to like the play.10) ...
coffee but there was… in the house. 2. He is here all day. You can find him… time between nine and six. 3. You are expecting… to call, are you? 4. Would you have… more tea? — Thank you. 5. I see… cucumbers in the salad; why haven't you added any? 6. There isn't… milk left. Will you buy some? 7. Why are… people so boring? 8. That's the only way out. There is… other choice. XII. Give the comparative and superlative degrees of the following adjectives and adverbs. 1. cold; 2. important; 3. happy; 4. active; 5. simple; 6. famous; 7.difficult; 8. busy; 9. much. 10. badly; 11. well; 12. correctly; 13. bravely; 14. hard; 15. quickly XIII. Choose the right form (a, b, c) of the adjective in the following sentences. 1. Life is (easy) it used to be. A so easy as B more easy than C easier than 2. I'm ...
put on a lot of weight.Now i fell tired all the time and i also dont fell good about the way i look.Does anyone have any advice? Write a response of 80-100 words in which you: express your sympayhy suggest that the writer shoul take up physical exercise suggest some healthy eating habits Write your forum post on your answer sheet
teenagers who do Saturday jobs. It seems such a shame – my Saturday job as a kitchen porter was something of a rite of passage. I'll never forget long hours that I spent in the kitchen of a busy country pub in East Sussex, scouring grease off huge saucepans and griddles. Working atmosphere there helped me grow a thicker skin, develop quicker banter and, most importantly, taught me the value of hard work. It also resulted in a steady supply of cash, which I needed to become a professional skier. I'm not the only one who has strong memories of weekend work. DJ Trevor Nelson said everyone should be able to have a Saturday job: «It taught me a lot, and I persuaded my local club to let me use a court on Saturdays.» The link between the type of Saturday job a celebrity performed and their later ...
THE TASK: Analyze each sentence of the text extract given below and indicate all the stylistic devices and expressive means you can identify in it. Your analysis of each sentence may look like this: EXAMPLE Singers and ringers are little home bringers.— alliteration (sound [ŋ]), assonance (sound [i]), rhyme (sound [i]). TEXT FOR ANALYSIS Katherine Mansfield «A Cup of Tea» Rosemary Fell was not exactly beautiful. No, you couldn't have called her beautiful. Pretty? Well, if you took her to pieces… But why be so cruel as to take anyone to pieces? She was young', brilliant, extremely modern, exquisitely well dressed, amazingly well read in the nevest of the new books, and her parties werethe most delirious mixture of the really important people and… artists — quaint creatures, discoveries of ...
breakfast. 3. Usually I have a cup … tea and some … sandwiches … breakfast. Задание 8. Постройте предложение в соответствии с порядком слов английского предложения. want / in the right-hand corner / they / put / a coffee table / to. Задание 9. Переведите текст на русский язык. Задайте вопрос подчеркнутому члену предложения. My day off A lot of people in our country work five days a week but students and pupils work six days. They have only one day off. It is Sunday. I like this day very much. On this day I wake up later than usual. But sometimes I don't get up till nine or ten o'clock. I read morning newspapers or listen to music. As soon as I get up I air the room, make my bed and do morning exercises. Then I have breakfast, clear away the dishes and wash up. In the evening all the ...
way. Dave: Oh good! Did you remember (get) some milk! Jane: Yes! Guess who i met at the supermarket… Sally Waltson! Dave: Sally Waltson? I remember (be) friends with her. In fact, we used to go out with each other when we were about eighteen. Jane: Really? Why did you stop (go out) with her? Dave: We were just different. I enjoyed (go) to parties and (meet) people. She could not stand (hang around) with my friends. I have not heard from her for ages. Jane: Well, she was asking about you. She gave me her new phone number. Dave: Really? Jane: Yeah, here it is. Do not forget (call) her! It sounds like she wants to meet up again.
"— bus. The bus-stop is over there —the street." 3. The note became clearer only after he looked — it another time. 4. She liked to stay — home — the evening — an interesting book. 5. They are fond — classical music. They can listen — Bach or Beethoven — hours. 6. When the last exam was — he was so tired that she couldn't sleep — night. 7. He liked to have supper — his family. 8. We shall first go—that part—the museum where the old masters are. 9. Now I want to take you — the house —a cup of tea. 10. She said she had friends — Chester — whom she planned to stay — a week or two. 11. "When will you leave — Sukhumi?" "Not before the end — the month." "How long will you stay there?" "Not more than — two weeks. Then some time — the middle — July I will go — Odessa — boat. " 12. Where are you —? ...
front door,------------? 5. The news was depressing,------------? 6. Mary’s got black hair,------------? 7. She’s about fifty, --------------? 8. Don’t close the window, --------------? 9. You like modern art, ---------------? 10. Oleg came from Murmansk ------------? 11. We can ask at the tourist office, ----------? 12. She isn’t listening to me, --------------? 13. I’ve told you once, --------------? 14. Listen carefully, ----------? 15. You’d met Fred before, -------------? 16. Mice like cheese, -------------? 17. He’d never been there before, ----------? 18. I shouldn’t have lost my temper, --------? 19. There’s some milk in the fridge, ---------? 20. You can’t stand heavy metal, -------------? 21. Someone telephoned, -------------? 22. He had to sell his house, ----------? 23. Spain ...