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  1. B) Write sentences of your own using the phrases in bold type. Address them to the other students who should reply them expressing their approval or disapproval.
  2. Despite its apparent simplicity, it is a sophisticated facet” indicates that the writer thinks that
  3. Ex. 18. Write out key words of the text.
  4. Ex.17 Look at the title of the Unit. Using your background knowledge write down a list of words related to the topic.
  5. EXERCISE 6. Rewrite the following questions in Indirect Speech.
  6. I. Write out words and expressions pertaining to the topic “My flat”.
  7. I. Write out words and expressions pertaining to the topic“People’s Appearance”.
  8. Preparing to Write
  9. Read the definition and write the word from the active vocabulary.
  10. Read the sentences above several times until they sound perfectly natural to you. Follow the intonation line exactly.
  11. Representative American Writers of the Colonial Period (1607-1750s)

1. Colin said: Who are you?

2. Colin said:...........................................................................................

3. Anna said:.............................................................................................

4. Colin said:.............................................................................................

5. Anna said:..............................................................................................

6. Colin said:...............................................................................................

7. Colin said:........................................................................................................

8. Anna said:......................................................................................................

9 Colin said:.......................................................................................................

8. Complete the letter with the correct form of say or tell.

Dear Stephanie,

I'm writing to (1) ..tell... yои about the discussion I had with тy father last weekend. We talked for several hours and I (2)....................................him all about the plans we've made for our business. At first, he wasn't very interested, he (3)................................he didn't think we were old enough to run a business. However, I (4)...................................him that we had already seen the bank manager, who (5)..............................that the plan seemed realistic. So then he sat down and asked me (6)..................................him how much топеy we'd need to start with, and where we'd sell the stuff we made and so on. Eventually he (7)........................ to me 'OK, it's a good plan. (8).......................................Stephanie that I’ll lend yои some топеy to get started.' Нопеstly, I couldn't believe he (9)......................................it!

Isn't it great? I'т rеаlly looking forward to seeing yои next week so we can talk to him together and get things going.

All the best,

Neville

9. Most of the following sentences contain one mistake. Correct it or write right.

1. When I asked Joan about her work she said she had lost her job and is short of money.



2. Michael explained that he couldn't come to the party because he was working that evening.

3. We had a great evening with Janet. She was telling about her fascinating trip to Kenya.

4. I'm sorry to bother you, but you did say to call if I was worried.

5. We were disappointed when the receptionist told that the hotel was fully booked that week.

6. The museum guard asked the visitors to not touch the exhibits.

7. The tour guide explained that the castle is only open on Tuesdays.

10. Match each report 1) to 10) with the actual words spoken from a) to i).

1) Ann told me that I should take a holiday.(d)

2) Ann expected me to take a holiday.

3) Ann insisted that I should take a holiday.

4) Ann invited me to take a holiday.

5) Ann agreed that I could take a holiday.

6) Ann reminded me to take a holiday.

7) Ann proposed that I should take a holiday.

8) Ann asked whether I would take a holiday.

9) Ann reassured me that I could take a holiday.

10) Ann preferred that I take a holiday.

a) Would you like to come on holiday with me?

b) Don't worry. Of course you can take a holiday.

c) Don't forget to take a holiday, will you!

d) You should take a holiday.

e) Are you going to take a holiday?

f) It's all right by me if you take a holiday.

g) Actually, I'd rather you took a holiday. h) I thought you were going to take a holiday. i) Taking a holiday would be a good idea. j) You really must take a holiday.

11. Complete each sentence with one suitable word. Do not use say.

a) I thought Jim would say something about his newjob. But he didn’tmention it.

b) Sorry, I wasn’t being insulting. I simply…............ that you seem to have put on rather a lot of weight lately.

c) The police…............ that the crowd was under 50 000, although the organisers of the march put it at nearer 100 000.

d) The children…............ that their parents were always checking up on them.

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e) It has been…............ that by the year 2050 some capital cities will be almost uninhabitable because of the effects of air pollution.

f) During the months before Smith’s transfer from City, it had been …............ that he and the manager had come to blows in the dressing-room, though this was denied by the club.

g) Brown…............ that the arresting officers had treated him roughly, and that one of them had punched him in the eye.

h) An Army spokesman stressed that all troops patrolling the streets had been …............ to issue clear warnings before firing any shots.

i) Although he didn’t say so directly, the Prime Minister…............ that an agreement between the two sides was within reach.

j) The witness ............... her name and address to the court before the cross-examination began.

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