Проверочная работа по разделу № 3 (вариант 1)
Переведите на русский язык
It was he who came the first.
It was in the garden that we met.
He doesn't work very hard.
I do know the truth.
It was the Dutch physicist, Christian Huygens, who first offered an explanation for the phenomena.
It was Peter who told me about that.
Gold usually occurs in the natural state while iron does not.
Shе does like you.
I do recommend you to see the film.
I do suggest that we leave them now.
Раскройте скобки, употребляя глаголы в Present, Past или Future Simple Passive.
Bread (to eat) every day.
I (to ask) at the lesson yesterday.
Nick (to send) to Moscow next week.
This bone (to give) to my dog tomorrow.
Mushrooms (to gather) in autumn.
Many houses (to burn) during the Great Fire of London.
Flowers (to sell) in shops and in the streets.
My question (to answer) yesterday.
These trees (to plant) last autumn.
The telegram (to receive) tomorrow
3) Передайте следующие предложения в Passive Voice.
E.g. Mother waters the flowers in the evening.
The flowers are watered in the evening (by Mother)
A marble pavillion protects the house.
The boys will paint the roof of the house.
Tom Sawyer whitewashed the fence.
Her daughters gave her three beautiful dishes as a birthday present.
Tom gave Nick a book for his birthday.
Our mother tells us stories every evening.
Lydia will show you a new book of pictures.
A boy showed her the way.
They will send us a box of fruit.
Five or six small children followed them.
4) Выберите правильный вариант
My friend says she would like to become ... a famous singer or a doctor.
I can't help you ... you tell me what's wrong.
as well as
My mum was really exhausted. She looked ... she was about to pass out.
I learned how to swim … I was a little girl.
I was so angry with her that I ... wrote her ... phoned.
either / or
as / if
neither / nor
... Kate and Jim were late.
The waters of the lake were deep, ... clear.
She missed the train ... her door lock broke down.
... you go right now, ... you will stay at home!
Even / though
Neither / nor
Either / or
Employees will have to decide ... to accept the offer or not.