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СОГЛАСОВАНИЕ ВРЕМЕН. КОСВЕННАЯ РЕЧЬ _Упр. 307 по 322 _ключи
СОГЛАСОВАНИЕ ВРЕМЕН. КОСВЕННАЯ РЕЧЬ
1. Когда он узнал, что его сын всегда получает отличные оценки по всем предметам в школе, он был очень доволен. 2. Когда он уз-нал, что его сын получил отличную оценку в школе, он был очень доволен. 3. Мы не знали, куда ходят наши друзья каждый вечер. 4. Мы не знали, куда ушли наши друзья. 5. Она сказала, что ее лучший друг по профессии врач. 6. Она сказала, что ее лучший друг был по профессии врачом. 7. Я не знал, что вы работаете в Эрмита-же. 8. Я не знал, что вы работали в Эрмитаже. 9. Я знал, что вы больны. 10. Я знал, что вы были больны. 11. Мы выяснили, что она выходит из дома в восемь часов каждое утро. 12. Мы выяснили, что она вышла из дома в восемь часов в то утро.
1. My uncle said he had just come back from the Caucasus. 2. He said he had spent a fortnight in the Caucasus. 3. He said it had done him a lot of good. 4. He said he felt better now. 5. He said his wife and he had spent most of their time on the beach. 6. He said they had done a lot of sightseeing. 7. He said he had a good camera. 8. He said he had taken many pictures while travelling in the Caucasus. 9. He said he would come to see us next Sunday. 10. He said he would bring and show us the pictures he had taken during his stay in the Caucasus.
1. Mike said he was sure Ann and Kate would be excellent guides. 2. He said they had made good progress in English. 3. Oleg said that in a day or two several English students should come to pay a visit to their school and he should probably have to act as an interpreter. 4. Ann said she had just met Boris in the street. 5. She said Boris had told her a lot of interesting things about his travels in the south. 6. Nick said he was going to the hotel to see his friends who had just arrived in St. Petersburg from the United States of America. 7. He said they had not been here for a long time. 8. He said they had been friends at school. 9. He said he would take them to the theatre on Sunday. 10. They said they would write me a letter when they returned home.
1. were waiting; 2. had already wound; 3. would not be; went; 4. knows; 5. had not come; 6. remembered; 7. would arrest; 8. did not want; 9. will send; 10. would leave; 11. has already found; 12. was strik-ing; 13. could, was; 14. had ever travelled. 15. was running; 16. had just gone, would be.
1. was playing; 2. would come; 3. had posted; 4. will be; will not change; 5. was; 6. has bought; 7. had seen; 8. was staying; 9. had lost; 10. studied; 11. would finish; 12. worked; 13. was.
1. I was afraid that you would fall and break your leg. 2. I knew that my friend had never been to Washington. 3. I was told that she never drank milk. 4. We were told that he was a very talented singer. 5. We knew that they lived a happy life. 6. She thought that the children were playing in the yard. 7. She hoped that her friend would come to see her. 8. He thought that father had repaired his bicycle. 9. I supposed that she knew English very well. 10. We were sure that our sportsmen would win the game. 11. I found out that he did not know German at all. 12. She was glad that she had made no mistakes in her dictation. 13. I knew that he worked at his English hard. 14. I was told that she danced better than anybody else. 15. I learnt that my cousin had received a very interesting offer from his firm. 16. My aunt wrote in her letter that she would come to stay with us. 17. We heard that he was painting a new picture. 18. We were sure that his new picture would be a masterpiece.
1. I knew that she worked at a plant, that she had a husband and two children, that her family was very friendly and she was happy. 2. He told me yesterday that he had studied at the university before. 3. Last week we decided that the next year we would all go to the Crimea. 4. My sister said that she wanted to come to our place herself. 5. I knew that she was very busy. 6. Nobody knew that you were waiting here. Let’s go into the house. 7. The guide warned us that in this part of the town the traffic was rather heavy. 8. The secretary did not notice that the manager (director) was speaking to somebody. 9. We all knew that her family was in St. Petersburg again. 10. Lena said that she was giving us that picture. 11. She said that her colleagues always gave her very good advice. 12. He said that he liked this play. 13. Last year they thought that they would never read English well, but yesterday they saw that they read texts rather well. 14. He told me yesterday that his father was a professor and lived in Moscow.
1. I was afraid that I would lose my way in the forest. 2. She knew that we had never seen her picture. 3. The scientist was sure that he would find the solution of the problem. 4. I knew that you had come to St. Petersburg and supposed that you would visit me. 5. We did not think that he would be so angry. 6. We learnt yesterday that she was ill. 7. He thought that she would not come to school. 8. I knew that my sister was studying French and thought that she would go to Paris. 9. I was told that you had rung me up. 10. I thought that you were in Moscow. 11. I did not know that you had already returned to St. Petersburg. 12. We hoped that we would go to London. 13. The teacher said that our friends had sent a letter from London. 14. She said that her friend had invited her to the theatre. 15. We were afraid that we would not be able to buy a ticket to the theatre. 16. We saw that the children were playing in the sand. 17. She said that she would not bathe any more because the water was cold. 18. My cousin said that she liked opera and would be glad to go to the theatre with us, although she had already listened to "La Traviata" twice.
1. I thought that he would wait for me. 2. He was afraid that it would be difficult for him to make a report. 3. He told us that when he had entered the room, his friend was already sitting on the sofa. He was reading a newspaper. 4. We hoped that she would come soon. 5. He said that he did not know when the conference would begin. 6. I was sure that if we hur-ried, we would not miss the train. 7. He asked me what I would do in the evening. I answered that I did not know if I would be free in the evening, but told him that if I was free, I would ring him up about eight o’clock. 8. Everybody was sure that Boris would pass his examinations well. 9. He said that Lev Tolstoy was his favourite writer. 10. I knew that you lived in Moscow, but I did not know your address. 11. He said that he would give up smoking. 12. Everybody knew that she would go to Rome. 13. We are sorry; we did not think that you were waiting for us. 14. I did not know that you liked football, too. 15. I was sure that he would be a distinguished ac-tor. 16. I was afraid that you would not follow my advice. 17. I did not know that you would work in the reading room.
1. The teacher told me to hand that note to my parents. 2. Oleg told his sister to put the letter into an envelope and give it to Kate. 3. Robert asked Henry to help him with that work. 4. He asked the waitress to bring him some fish soup. 5. She told me not to worry over such a small thing. 6. Mary asked her friend not to mention it to anybody. 7. Jane asked Alice to promise to come and see her. 8. He told us to come there the next day. 9. I asked Mike to send me a telegram as soon as he arrived. 10. Father told me not to stay there long. 11. Peter told them not to leave the room until he came back. 12. He told the porter to take his luggage to Room 145. 13. He asked me to ring him up the next day. 14. She asked the waiter to bring her a cup of black coffee. 15. Mother told us not to be late for dinner. 16. Jane asked us to tell her all we knew about it. 17. She asked Nick not to say anything about it to his sister.
1. My friend asked me to explain to him how to solve that problem. 2. The doctor told Nick to open his mouth and show him his tongue. 3. The man told Kate not to be afraid of his dog. 4. The librarian told the boy to take that book and read it. 5. The doctor told Pete not to go for a walk that day. 6. Nick’s mother told him not to eat too much ice-cream. 7. The teacher told us to go home. 8. My mother asked me to buy some meat in the shop. 9. My mother told me to sit down at the table and do my homework. 10. Granny told Helen not to forget to clean her teeth. 11. The doctor told Mary not to sit up late.
1. He said that he had just received a letter from his uncle. 2. He told me that he was going to the theatre that night. 3. Mike said that he had spoken to Mr. Brown that morning. 4. He told her that he would do it that day if he had time. 5. I told them that I could give them my uncle’s ad-dress. 6. Oleg said that his room was on the second floor. 7. He said that he was sure she would ring him up when she was back in St. Petersburg. 8. Misha said that he had seen them at his parents’ house the year before. 9. He said that he had not seen his cousin that day. 10. She said that she did not go to that shop very often. 11. Tom said that he had already had breakfast and so he was not hungry.
1. The woman said that that man had spoken to her on the road. 2. My classmate told me that he could not explain that rule to me. 3. The teacher told the class that they would discuss that subject the next day. 4. The woman told her son that she was glad she was there. 5. Mike said that they had bought those books that day. 6. She told me that she could read my translation them. 7. Our teacher said that Thackeray’s novels were very interesting. 8. She said that we would read that book in the 9th form. 9. Nellie said that she had read "Jane Eyre" the year before. 10. Alec said that his friend lived in Moscow. 11. The teacher told me that I had not done my work well. 12. The poor man told the rich man that his horse was wild and that it could kill the rich man’s horse. 13. The rich man told the judge that the poor man’s horse had killed his horse.
1. The mother told the doctor that the children were in the nursery. 2. The boy told his mother that he had no time for lunch that day. 3. The woman told me that I spoke English very well. 4. My brother told me that he was going to become a doctor. 5. My uncle told us that he bought several newspapers every day. 6. The teacher told the pupils that the fol-lowing year they would have six hours of English a week. 7. He told me that he wanted to see me that day. 8. She said that she was free that night. 9. Mother told me that she felt bad that day. 10. The pupil told the teacher that he could do his homework after dinner. 11. The teacher told Jack that she knew that he worked hard and added that he was a good boy. 12. The old man told the girl that she could sing perfectly and added that he thought that she would be a famous singer. 13. My sister told me that I looked very well, much better than I had looked the day before. She added that she thought I had recovered after my illness. 14. My guest told me that I was an excellent cook and added that everything was very tasty. 15. The student said that he could not answer that question because he did not understand it.
1. Не told me that they were staying at the Grand Europe Hotel. 2. He said that they were leaving the following Monday. 3. The clerk told them that they could leave the key with the maid upstairs. 4. Masha said that she usually spent her holidays in the south. 5. She said that she had spent her holidays in the Crimea the year before. 6. Boris said that he went to the south every year. 7. He said that he was going to a health resort the next day. 8. Ann told us that they hadn’t yet come. 9. She told us that they had arrived in St. Petersburg the day before. 10. I said that I had been to Lon-don the year before and added that my friends in London sometimes in-vited me to spend my holidays with them. 11. Nick said that he had never been to London and added that he thought he would go there the following year. 12. He said that he would not stay with his friends too long.
1. My father-in-law told me that he would come as soon as he was ready. 2. My friend said that I would know that she had gone to the concert if she was not at home by eight. 3. His uncle said that he would come to the Philharmonic with him if he got tickets. 4. The guide told us that five years before there had been no people living there at all. 5. My sister said that she would go skiing on Sunday if she had time. 6. The site manager said that they had finished building that house only the week before. 7. Mother said that it would be very pleasant when Tom came home. 8. The pupil told the teacher that he would do it at once if he liked. 9. My friend said that her brother had been there that day. 10. Maggie said that it was a pity I hadn’t come earlier. 11. The teacher told the pu-pils that there would be an interesting lecture at the school assembly hall the next day. He also added that one of their teachers would speak about Charles Dickens. 12. My colleague said that the year before she had spent her summer vacation in the Caucasus. 13. My neighbour said that he had come to live in that town several years before. 14. Grandmother told me that she would be reading me a story until it was time to go to bed. 15. My father said that he had read all about it in that day’s news-paper.
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