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СОГЛАСОВАНИЕ ВРЕМЕН. КОСВЕННАЯ РЕЧЬ _Упр. 351 по 362 _ключи
1. Kate said that she would go to see her friend the next day and asked Pete if he would come with her. Pete said that he would and added that he wanted to see her friend. 2. Victor asked Mary if her friend always came to school so early. Mary said that she didn’t and explained that her friend had come so early that morning because she was on duty that day. 3. Nina suggested playing badminton. Mike agreed and added that he liked to play badminton very much. 4. Bill suggested running a race. Jack refused and explained that he had hurt his foot three days before and now he could not run. 5. Tom asked Becky if she would show him their new flat. Becky agreed and invited Tom to come to their place the next day. 6. Lena said that there was a new film on at their cinema and suggested going and seeing it. Mike re-fused. He said that he could not go because he would be busy. 7. Ann wondered what they would do with Nick and added that he had got a bad mark again. Pete suggested helping him with his Russian and added that he was sure they could do it.
1. He wanted to know who that man was and added that he did not know him. 2. I thought that he was a very clever man and that he could help me. 3. My brother said that in two hours he would have finished his work and then he would go to the cinema. He suggested going to the cin-ema together. I agreed. 4. The teacher told the pupils to open their books and begin reading the new text. 5. The girl wanted to know the price of that dress. 6. I asked my father to help me with that problem and added that I could not solve it. My father agreed and suggested trying to solve it together. 7. He said that they had forgotten to take the ball. 8. She said that she would be very glad to see me. 9. Walter suggested going to the Philharmonic and added that there was a good concert there that night. Robert agreed and added that he had not been to the Philharmonic for a long time. 10. Alec asked me if I had ever been to the National Gallery. I answered that I had and added that I had visited it the year before when we were staying in London. 11. Kate suggested going to Finland for the winter holidays. Andrew refused and added that they had already been to Finland. He suggested going to Greece and added that it would be very interesting to see the country they had read about so much. Kate agreed. 12. Nellie said that she had gone to see Paul the day before but he had not been at home. Nick suggested going to see him that day. He added that he thought Paul would be at home. Nellie refused and said that she could not go that day because she was very busy.
1. Lena said that she had not seen him since the year before and added that she thought he had grown. She suggested going and seeing him the next day. I agreed and added that it would be interesting to see him and talk to him. 2. I asked my friend if he thought it was really cor-rect and added that I was afraid he had made a mistake in one or two words. 3. Tom’s mother said that that was enough. She said that Tom would never go there again and added that she would see to it. 4. Grand-mother asked who would read the next story and added that it was very interesting and that she was sure we all would like it. 5. Lena asked her friend if he would come and see her on Friday. Her friend agreed and added that he thought he would be free on Friday. 6. He asked me whether I would need the book for a long time and added that he could give it to me only for a few days. 7. Mary said that soon she would know the whole poem perfectly and added that she had already learnt more than half of it. 8. John asked me if I would be able to find their house without him and added that I had never been to those parts. 9. She told me not to ask her any more questions. She added that she was very tired and promised to answer all my questions the next day. 10. He told me that he would finish reading the book by Monday and added that I could have it then.
1. "Don’t call on me tomorrow as I will not be at home." 2. "Wait for me." 3. "I have lived in St. Petersburg for many years and know the city very well." 4. "I am sorry you haven’t kept your promise." 5. "I have just come from the United States and intend to stay in St. Petersburg for about a month." 6. "I am not satisfied with my report and I am going to work at it for some more time. I am to make it on the 20th of February and so I have a few days left." 7. "I am quite all right. The climate hasn’t done me any harm." 8. "Where can I buy a video cassette?" 9. "Who rang you up in the morning?"
1. An unfamiliar voice asked if that was Dmitri speaking. The man said that his name was Pavlov and that he had come from Moscow that day. He told me that he had brought some books for me from my friends. He added that he was staying at the Grand Europe Hotel and wondered when and where he could see me. I suggested meeting at the monument to Pushkin in Arts Square at five o’clock if it was convenient to him. He agreed and added that he would be there. 2. The shop assistant said that the shoe department was downstairs. 3. The professor told his assistant that he had made great progress. 4. The teacher told us that we must read that text at home. 5. Paul said that they would have to discuss that text the next day. 6. She asked me if I knew who had taken her book. 7. We asked him what had happened to him and added that he looked very pale. 8. She told me that she hoped I had not forgotten to post the letter. 9. She asked me where I had put her gloves and added that she could not find them. 10. They told me to try that coat on before buying it and added that maybe I would not like it when I had put it on.
1. Mike asked Bob if he had done his homework or left it till the evening. He added that he had thought of inviting Bob to go to the theatre with him but had remembered that he nearly always did his homework in the evening. 2. Jack said that he was fond of Dickens. He said that he had been reading "The Old Curiosity Shop" the whole week. He added that he liked the novel very much and that he was reading it for the second time. 3. Tanya said that she thought her friend had finished reading "Jane Eyre". She added that she hoped her friend would give it to her soon and explained that she was eager to read it. 4. He asked me if I had a Russian-English dictionary. He wondered if I could let him have it for that evening. He added that he had to do some very difficult translation. I agreed and added that I would not need the dictionary that night. 5. Nellie told Lydia that she had thought about her the night before. She wanted to know if Lydia had decided to go to Omsk with her parents or whether she would remain there with her aunt until she finished school.
In the morning Nick’s mother was trying to wake him up. She asked him if he heard the alarm clock. Nick had no intention of getting up. He said that he was very sleepy. His mother remarked that Nick always said it. She told him to get out of bed quickly. Nick showed no sigh of getting up. His mother told him again to be quick. She added that he would be late for school if he was not quick. Nick told his mother that it was all right and added that he had a lot of time. Nick’s mother reminded him that he had to brush his teeth and to wash his hands and face. Nick an-swered that he remembered everything.
Jane came to visit her ill friend Kate. She asked if she might come in. Kate recognized Jane and asked her to come in. She was very glad and said that it was very good of Jane to come and see her. Jane said that she had come before but Kate had been too ill to see anybody. She wanted to know if Kate had got the flowers. Kate answered that of course she had and added that it had been very nice of Jane to send them to her. Jane asked Kate how she was now. Kate thanked her and said that she was much better. She added that the doctor said that she would be allowed to go out a few days later. Jane wanted to know if Kate missed school. Kate answered that she missed school very much. She complained that she was afraid she would be lagging behind the group in her lessons now. Jane calmed her down by saying that Kate would not think about it and added that they would help her. Kate thanked her.
Peter and John were classmates. On their way from school John asked Peter how he was getting along. Peter said that he was quite all right. He asked John what he thought about the last test in geometry. John said that he had found it rather difficult and added that he was not very good at solving problems. Peter wondered why John had not asked him to help him and added that he would gladly do it. John thanked him and said that he would. Then he wanted to know if Peter had a lot of homework for the next day. Peter answered that he had. He remarked that John knew the timetable and that Friday was always a bad day. He reminded John that they had six lessons the next day and that all the subjects were difficult. He added that besides there would be questions from his little sister be-cause she was not very good at sums. John agreed and said that he would come to Peter’s place the next day in the evening, if Peter did not mind. Peter agreed and suggested making it the next day. He added that he would be waiting for John.
Susan came to consult the doctor. The doctor greeted her and asked what the matter with her was. Susan complained of feeling bad, she said that she had a headache and added that she was afraid she was running a temperature. The doctor told her to open her mouth and show him her throat. Then he said that Susan had a bad cold and that she must stay in bed for two days until her temperature was normal and she stopped coughing. Susan exclaimed that she hated being ill and staying in bed. The doctor told her that if she was not careful, she might fall ill with the flu or pneumonia. He added that he would prescribe some medicine. Su-san thanked the doctor and said goodbye.
Michael and Bill were friends. Michael asked Bill to show him around a bit. He added that he had only come there two days before and had not been anywhere as yet. Bill answered that he would do it with pleasure. He suggested going at once. He also suggested inviting Alice to come with them. He added that Alice knew a lot about the places of in-terest there. Michael supported the idea and said that it was good. Bill asked Alice if she could come with them. He told her that they were go-ing for a walk and that he wanted to show Michael some places of inter-est. Alice refused to go with the boys. She said that she was sorry, but her mother had told her to buy some bread and she had forgotten about it. She added that she would have to do it now. She told the boys to go without her and promised to go with them some other time. Bill said that it was a pity, and he and Michael went alone.
A man in a cafe was speaking to a waiter. The waiter asked him what he would order. The man wanted to see the menu. The waiter gave him the menu. Looking through the menu, the man said that he wanted chicken soup for the first course. As he was not sure what to order for the second course, the waiter recommended him to take fried fish and added that it was very good. The man agreed. Then the waiter asked him if he wanted some vegetables, and the man asked for some potatoes. He also ordered cheese, coffee and fruit.
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