IV. GRAMMAR

1) Change the verbs in brackets usingthe correct tense form.

1. A: Did I see Cathy driving into town just now?

B: Yes, she ……………………. (get) some cash from the bank.

2. A: I need to see the price list soon – today if possible.

B: OK – give me your address and I ………………. (email) it to you now.

3. A: I’m afraid that we’ve sold out of the green folders.

B: I see – OK, I ……………….. (take) the blue ones instead.

4 A: I think I’d like to go now – I’ve got a busy weekend ahead.

B: Really? What ……………… (you/do)?

A: Well, tonight I ………………. (have) dinner with the Jamiesons, and then tomorrow morning I ……………….. (drive) to Brostol with Jane for a conference.

5 A: Are you sure to get your money bank?

B: Yes, - the guarantee says that they ……………… (give) you a refund at any time for any reason.

2) Re-write the following sentences using Passive Voice or Active Voice.

1. A local firm is redecorating our office.

2. They grow a lot of the world’s tea in India.

3. I’ll have the interviews conducted by my assistant.

4. His suits are all made in Savile Row.

5. Two brothers founded the company in 1896.

6. Nobody has paid the bill yet.

7. They recognize the department last year.

8. An Italian designer updated our winter range.

9. You will be collected from the airport.

10. I’ll ask Accounts to send you another copy.

3) Complete the extract from the presentation. Put the adjectives in brackets into the correct comparative or superlative degree.

The shop in Alan Street has some advantages. For a start, it is in ……………. (busy) street in the town, so there would be a lot of potential customers. As it is the town centre, it would be ……………. (convenient) than going out to the Retail Park for a lot of people. As far as the rent is concerned, they’re both about the same – in fact Alan Street is a little …………….. (cheap).

However, if we now take a …………….(close) look at the Retail Park outlet, you’ll see that it is also has a number of advantages. Firstly, it was only built last year, so it feels much ……………. (modern) than Alan Street. It’s also in the ………………… (good) position of all of the shops there, which would be very helpful. So all in all, although the Retail Park outlet is ………………… (not/easy) to get to as Alan Street, I think it would meet our needs.

Аттестационная контрольная работа № 3

(2 курс 3 семестр)

I. Раскройте скобки и употребите правильную форму глагола, наречия, прилагательного, артикля.

Mr. Kozlov had (the, an) invitation from one of (a, the) biggest British firms to visit an (the) exhibition of chemical equipment (in, at) Edinburgh. As Mr. Zipman (to promise) to send the quotation only in two or three days Mr. Kozlov decided to take the opportunity of visiting the exhibition.

So on Wednesday morning Kozlov (to get up) (early, earlier) than usual as he (to have) to catch an (early, earlier) morning train to Edinburgh. He (to pack)his suit-case and was about to go to the restaurant when the telephone (to ring). The secretary of Russian Trade Delegation was phoning Kozlov to fell him that he (can, could) get accommodation on the 9 o’clock express to Edinburgh at the booking office of Liverpool Street Station.


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