Учебно-методическое пособие Практическая грамматика английского языка. Учебно-методическое пособие для студентов 1-2 курсов лингвистических специальностей Шевченко М. Ю




НазваниеУчебно-методическое пособие Практическая грамматика английского языка. Учебно-методическое пособие для студентов 1-2 курсов лингвистических специальностей Шевченко М. Ю
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Exercise 5. Insert articles or some where necessary. (Articles with nouns of material.)

1. We sipped ____ tea so weak that it tasted like ____ metal against the teeth. 2. You will be wishing to have ____ tea after your journey, I'm thinking. 3. George said that we must take ____ rug, ____ lamp, ____ soap, ____ brush and ____ comb, ____ tooth-brush, ____ tooth-powder and ____ couple of big towels for bathing. 4. ____ children of his age seldom have natural pleasure in ____ soap and water. 5. He bought ____ cold beef, and ____ ham, and ____ French bread and butter, and came back with his pockets pretty heavily laden. 6. There were two bottles of ____ wine, ____ plate of ____ oranges with ____ powdered sugar. 7. Here, have champagne, I quite forgot to offer you any, or would you rather have ____ tea? 8. She made ____ coffee. 9. ____coffee without ____ bread could never honestly serve as supper. 10. ____ rest of us had finished eating, but Cave had cut himself another slice of ____ cheese. 11. Mrs. Leek frankly gave way to ____ soft tears while eating ____ bread-and-butter. 12. You've caught cold: I saw you shivering, and you must have ____ gruel to drive it out. 13. She did not answer, but her face was hard and pale as____ stone. 14. She hurried in again and found ____ water almost boiled away. 15. ____ blood is thicker than ____ water. 16. She went about looking into ____ dining room, which had been transformed into ____ kind of jewel box glowing with ____ flowers, ____ silver, ____ gold, ____ tinted glass. 17. You drank, ____ wine with breakfast, dinner and supper, and fifty people always drank it with you. 18. She looked with ____ eager, hungry eyes at ____ bread and ____ meat and ____ beer that ____ landlady brought her. 19. She wears _____ little sailor hat of ____ black straw that has long been exposed to ____ dust and soot of London. 20. The mother was yellow in colour and her skin resembled ____ leather.

Exercise 6. Translate into English.

1. Портфель мал, но кожа хорошая. 2. Я люблю зеленый бар­хат. 3. Он не любил кофе. 4. Ему не понравился кофе, 5. Чай слишком крепкий; я не люблю крепкий чай. 6. Не забудьте дать кошке молока, у нее теперь котята! 7. Я ходил по аллее и думал о вишневом варенье.


Exercise 7. Insert articles where necessary. (Articles with abstract nouns.)

1. We both appreciate ____ simplicity. 2. In less than ____ week Cowperwood knew ___ financial condition of Messrs Waterman as well as they did, better, to ____dollar. 3. It is such ____ weary, weary work. 4. He had ____ com­fortable feeling of working alone in ____ large empty building, ____ feel­ing of ____ peace and ____ complete privacy. 5. I've reason to believe she has never properly got over ____ feeling she used to have. 6. I had seldom heard my friend speak with such ____ intensity of ____ feeling. 7. His footsteps were now heard striking upon ____ stony road at ____ distance of about twenty yards. 8. We had ____ wonderful weather. 9. You must learn to face ____ life seriously, Stephen. 10. However, ____ life of such striking monotony does not seem to depress him. 11. May you be happy in ____ life you have chosen! 12. I love to think of ____ time that must come some day when ____ man will have conquered ____ nature, and ____ human race enter upon ____ era of ____ peace. 13. She was panting now, and in her face was ____ terror which was inexplicable. 14. His round blue eyes be­ hind ____ spectacles were ghastly with ____ terror. 15. I think in some curious way ____ horror which she felt for him was ____ transference of ____ horror which she felt for herself because he so strangely troubled her. 16. She was brilliantly familiar with ____ literature, ____ tongues, ____ art, ____ history, ____ physics, ____ metaphysics, ____ philosophy, and ____ politics (in which I include ____ modern politics). 17. It was ____ cold, bleak, biting weather. 18. ____ weather was sunny and dry. 19. ____ modern science is ____wonderful thing. 20. He was ____ steady, uninspired researcher in ____ properties of ____ liquid state of ____ matter. 21. Their blue eyes became filled with ____ gaiety and ____ ferocity and ____ joy, and their mouths with ____ laugh­ter. 22. Jon laughed, and ____ sound of ____ laugh was hard. 23. Then she gave ____ crisp, ironic, almost cheerful laugh. 24. On that fine day ____ poverty of ____ dis­trict she was entering seemed to her country - nurtured eyes intensely cheerless. 25. ____ reason is ____ greatest discovery ever made by ____ man. Yet it is ____ most disregarded and least used. 26. ...what I offer is ____ security and ____ respect. That doesn't sound very exciting, but perhaps it's better than ____ pas­sion. 27. And ____ passion that held Strickland was ____pas­sion to create ____ beauty. 28. She looked ____ incarna­tion of ____ supreme loveliness, ____ loveliness which was always revealing itself anew. 29. She knew nothing of ____ literature except ____ certain authors who to ____ truly cultured might seem banal. 30. ____ expression on her face ____ hungry and hard and feverish — had the most peculiar effect upon Soames. 31. She listened with ____ expression impatient, strained and intent. 32. At that age I had ____ very faulty view of ____ geography. 33. Mr. Pickwick stood in ____ principal street of this illustrious town, and gazed with ____ air of ____ curiosity not unmixed with ____ interest, on ____ objects around him. 34. He longed for ____ comfort of his sister's society. 35. ____ empty windows of ____ ruins were filled with ____ life of their own. 36. She sighed for ____ air, ____ liberty, ____ quiet of ____ country. 37. Miss Cherrell, I am going to do all I can to remove ____ unpleasant impression you have of me. I am your very humble servant, and I hope some day to have ____ chance to be something else to you. 38. It was ____ new fear, different from that which she had once confided in her own flat, yet grown from ____ same root. 39. He spoke with ____ air of someone who has got over with an unpleasant duty and can now get on to ____ brighter mat­ters. 40. How quietly you live, John. I love ____ silence of this room and garden. 41. At other times he would come and sit for long periods in her room in ____ silence. 42. What ____ noble thing ____ courage is. 43. Nothing gave him greater pleasure than to listen to all ____ won­derful things ____ Miller used to say about ____ unselfishness of _____ true friendship. 44. ____ friendship which he had imposed from ____ beginning he now emphasised more than ever. 45. And when multitudes of men are hurt to ____ death in wars I am driven to ____ grief which borders on ____ insanity


Exercise 8. Translate into English.

1. Декабристы погибли в борьбе за свободу народа. 2. Все народы земли хотят мира. 3. Меня интересует история развития английского романа. 4. Я очень ценю в людях скромность и простоту. 5. Природа играла большую роль в твор­честве романтиков. 6. Музыкант должен знать историю оперы. 7. С ней он мог говорить о литературе, об искусстве, о чем угодно, мог жаловаться ей на жизнь, на людей. 8. Я хочу быть артисткой, я хочу славы, успехов, свободы. 9. Оста­вим пока геометрию. Обратимся к науке, которую вы, как чи­новник почтового ведомства, вероятно, любите. География — наука почтальонов. 10. Зачем я стереометрию учил, если ее в программе нет? 11. Я с детства люблю музыку. 12. Он изучает английскую историю. 13. Он изучает историю Англии. 14. На расстоянии 20-30 шагов мы увидели странную фигуру. 15. Если вы плохо себя чувствуете, не выходите в такую погоду. 16. Мой брат очень любит архитектуру и мечтает стать архитектором.


Exercise 9. Insert articles where necessary. (Articles with names of persons.)

1. Margaret was talking to ____ Osbaldistons. 2. In ____ dim light streaming down ____ stairs from behind her, he scarcely recognised ____ Lily he had known. 3. ____ barbaric Bertie got no hint whatever that he was barbaric. 4.____father and ____ daughter appeared at last. 5. Gradman is here, darling, and ____ mother, and ____ Aunt Winifred, and Kit and Michael. Is there anyone you would like to see? 6. Louis seemed rather ____ grave, still, retiring man, but ____ Caroline of this evening, which was not ____ Caroline of every day, thawed his reserve. 7. She watched ____ advent of ____ Tasburghs almost maliciously. Hubert and ____ young Tasburgh at once discovered mutual service in Mesopotamia. 8. My visit was specially made to ____ good Mrs. Ames. 9. ____ professor Beans is ____ man to whom you'll be responsible for your undergraduate teaching. 10. This Pat wasn't at all like ____ Pat of his memories. When she smiled he saw ____ Pat he had known, _____ Pat smiling at him from ____ worn photo that still lay in _____ pocketbook against his heart. But watching her, he grew aware that ____ family was divided in its attitude. Alice and Mrs. Baxter were partisans of ____ new Pat. He still felt that he couldn't bring ____ two Pats together; but he didn't hold that against ____ Pat of ____ present. 11. ____ flustered Clarice stood beside me. 12. If you are ____ Napo­leon, you will play ____ game of ____power; if you're ____ Leonardo, you'll play for ____ knowledge; ____ stakes hardly matter. 13. At that time I had ____ greatest admiration for ____ Impres­sionists. I longed to possess ____ Sisley and ____ Degas, and I worship­ped ____ Manet. 14. ____ medical practitioner quite refused to accept ____ unhappy Selina's theory. 15. He cared to say no more; he had thrown quite dust enough into ____ honest Adam's eyes. 16. This was ____ famous Frank A. Cowperwood whom he had read about. 17. ____ certain Joseph Zimmerman suggested that he undertake operating in street railway shares for him. 18. Elsie said she would ring up ____ Doctor Worple. 19. ____ poor Edward muttered something, but what it was nobody knew. 20. ____ differ­ence between ____ pair was that while ____ father was violent and ____ bully, ____ son had thrice ____ nerve and courage of ____ parent, and could not merely make ____ attack, but resist it; and finding that ____ moment was not come when ____ contest between him and his father was to be decided, he took his dinner with ____ perfect coolness and appetite before ____ engagement began. ____ old Osborne, on ____ contrary, was nervous and drank much. 21. I have ____ address of ____ man in London to whom ____ Professor writes. 22. "I don't care about ____ Captain Dobbin's complexion," she said. "I shall always like him, I know." "There is not ____ finer fellow in ____ service," Osborne said, "nor ____ better officer, though he is not ____ Adonis, certainly." 23. "Oh, good evening," he exclaimed, removing his cap and bowing. "How are you?" while his mind was registering that this truly was ____ beautiful, ____ exqui­site Sondra whom months before he had met at his uncle's. 24. ____ gentle, tender-hearted Ame­lia Sedley was ____ only person to whom she could attach herself in ____ least. 25. Yet ____ room itself was bright and elegant; on one wall was ____ fine Sisley, of poplars and sunny water, on another ____ still life by Nicholas de Stael, pastel fruit in ____ white dish. 26. ____ captain Cuttle lived on ____ bank of ____ little canal. 27. Mr. Tupman, by ____ nod, intimated that his question applied to ____ disappointed Rachel. 28. I am ____ Mr. Martin for whom you were to inquire. 29. I'm to meet ____ Professor Hallorsen on Monday. 30. If you're going West may I come with you? I want to see ____ Aunt Emily and ____Uncle Lawrence.


Exercise 10. Translate into English.

1. Он решил сходить к Ивановым. 2. Мой муж рев­нив, он настоящий Отелло. 3. И мать, и дочь приняли приглашение. 4. Подождите немножко, отец сейчас придет. 5. Мы сегодня пой­дем в театр. Идет «Дядя Ваня». 6. Вы – Коля, тот самый Коля, неуклюжий, застенчивый Коля?


Exercise 11. Insert articles where necessary. (Articles with geographical names.)

1. After ____ tour in ____ Austrian Alps they had gone to ____ Ho­tel Splendide at ____ Montreux, in order to enjoy for ____ day or two ____ charms of ____ Lake of ____ Geneva. 2. Dusk was already falling on ____ noble curve of ____ Thames. 3. I hear he's off to ____ Central Africa. 4. In «Ivanhoe» Walter Scott describes ____ England of ____ Middle Ages. 5. ____ Capetown is in ____ South Africa. 6. In ____ heart of _____ Central Asia lies ____ Khoresm, ____ small fertile area in ____ sea of ____ sand. 7. ____ prospect ends in little hills that come nearly to ____ sea; rudiments, these, of Atlas Mountains. 8. "We've been touring ____ world. We tried ____ South America. We lasted three days in ____ Australia. "Have you ever been to ____ States?" 9. Michael looked quizzically at his parent. Did he quite understand ____ England of today?


Exercise 12. Translate into English.

1. Кордильеры находятся в Северной Америке. 2. Берега Рейна очень живописны. 3. Эльбрус - очень красивая гора. 4. «Пиковая дама» была написана Чайковским во Флоренции в 1890 г. 5. Средиземное море находится между Европой, Азией и Африкой. 6. Венеция расположена на берегу Адриатического моря. 7. Ливингстон погиб в Центральной Африке.


Exercise 13. Insert articles where necessary. (Articles with names of ho­tels, streets, ships, and newspapers).

1. She nodded ____ command to ____ footman, and they drove off westward, down ____ Strand, and so into ____ little side street by ____ Charing Cross. 2. I am going to Folkestone to-day, and shall stay at ____ Metropole. 3. They were excited because they had been dining with ____ editor of ____ Times, and had been given ____ glimpse of next day's paper. 4. She sat in her superb private drawing room at ____ Hotel Cecil. 5. ____ boys loved him because he told them that ____ Navy had borrowed him from ____ U. S. Army just in time to blow taps on ____ Maine as she was sinking, and he remained long after everyone including ____ captain had abandoned ____ ship. 6. He began to walk very rapidly up towards ____ Trafalgar Square. 7. He went out and ate ____ ices at ____ pastry-cook's shop in ____ Charing Cross; tried ____ new coat in ____ Pall Mall; and called for ____ Captain Cannon, played eleven games at ____ billiards with ____ captain, and returned to ____ Russell Square. 8. ____ street was empty, unlighted save by ____ reflection from ____ Grandlieu Street behind them. 9. In 1905 ____ revolt broke out on ____ Potemkin, one of ____ battleships of ____ Black Sea Fleet. 10. Yet, in ____ bright drawing room in ____ Lord North Street, all he was thinking of was what ____ Telegraph, ____ Guardian, the popular press, would say next day.


Exercise 14. Insert articles where necessary. (Articles with nouns modified by proper nouns.)

1. I often go to ____ Pushkin Theatre. 2. I am very fond of ____Pushkin's short tragedies. 3. ____ Tretyakov gallery was founded nearly ____ century ago by Pavel Tretyakov. ____ Tretyakov's devo­tion to ____ art and his indefatigable efforts had ____ magnificent results and furthered ____ development of ____ Russian painting. 4. I am ____ medical student and have held ____ post of house surgeon at one of ____ London hospitals for some time. 5. ____ Fox apartment had ____ spacious old-fashioned feeling. 6. To­ wards ____ end of ____ year 1913 several young students living in Moscow founded ____ small group known as ____ Students' Drama Studio. It was from that group that ____ Vakhtangov Theatre sprang. Vakhtangov was _____ tireless innovator. Some of Vakhtangov's pupils became ____ capable producers. 7. ____ sets of furniture were imitations of one of ____ Louis periods. 8. ____ Pulkovo Observatory is over ____ hundred years old. 9. ____ chin of ____ founder of ____ Forsyte clan was settled comfortably between ____ widely separated points of ____ old-fashioned collar. 10. He had known all ____ pretty Mont joy sisters scattered over ____ society, but of them all Diana was ____ youngest, ____ prettiest, most tasteful and wittiest.


Exercise 15. Insert articles where necessary. (Articles with set expressions.)

1. I trust you to tell me ____ bare truth, whatever it is. 2. The maid, looking to right and left, spoke in ____ low and hurried voice. 3. On his trip round ____ world with Fleur he had often put his nose out and watched the dancing on ____ deck. 4. He decided that he would not at ____ present explain to her who he was. 5. I saw ____ good deal of him during ____ war. 6. He has taken his death very much to ____ heart indeed. 7. What did her education and her accom­plishments amount to? She could keep ____ house. 8. All seemed perfectly at their ease, by. no means in ____ hurry. 9. Somebody important must have been arriving from Europe by ____ air. 10. Am I dealing, young people, with ____ case of ____ love at ____ first sight? 11. We've had some tea already on ____ board ____ yacht. 12. Rosa was well aware that she had never taken ____ trouble to get to know Annette. 13. You will go to ____ sea and forget all about me in ____ month. 14. He was about to start on ____ long journey, ____ difficult one, by ____ sea, and no soul would know where he was gone. 15. It is ____ pleasure to see you. 16. He held ____ very guarded conversation with her on his way home, for fear that she would take ____ additional offence. Argument was out of ____ question. 17. On ____ other hand, if he was beaten he took it With complete good humour. 18. He is beginning to lose ____ heart, they say. 19. She burned like ____ fire from ____ head to ____ foot. 20. I got into conversation with him by ____ chance at ____ concert. 21. She's taken quite ____ fancy to you, Ridgeon. 22. ____ furniture was all sent round by ____ water. 23. I returned at once, and found Ada sitting at ____ work by ____ fire­ side. 24. He played ____ flute. 25. Somewhere ____ great many men were singing. 26. He was chronically in ____ debt. 27. ____ woman I fixed my eye on was ____ , woman who kept ____ house for me at my cottage. 28. It is ____ pity to worry her if she has ____ talent for ____ uneasiness. 29. He has given ____ permission to go up and see her there. 30. Behind ____ house was ____ large garden, and in summer, ___ pupils almost lived out of ____ doors. 31. ____ rain had stopped, and we went on ____ foot to ____ Ebury Street. 32. They started at ____ dawn, and ____ boy I sent with them didn't come back till next day. 33. On being informed, that her departure would be delayed, she had flown into ____ violent passion. 34. All of ____sud­den, his face had become stony. 35. Dear, dear! It seems only ____ other day since I took you down to school at Slough! 36. Mr. Byron Waller could play ____ violin.


Exercise 16. Translate into English.

1. Он всегда говорит очень тихо. 2. На днях я случайно встретила Нину. 3. Если вы ей так ответите, она придет в ярость. 4. По правде говоря, я так и не поняла, почему она обиделась. 5. Она читает, с утра до ночи. 6. Я люблю путешествовать мо­рем. 7. Вы по ошибке принесли не тот журнал. 8. Мы всегда заставали его за работой. 9. Приходите ко мне завтра. - Об этом и речи быть не может, я очень занята. 10. Он даже не потру­дился встретить нас на вокзале. 11. Жаль, что вы не можете пойти с нами в театр. 12. Мы уже можем читать Диккенса и Теккерея в оригинале. 13. Мой брат очень хорошо играет на скрипке. 14. В 1937 г. археологическая экспедиция отправилась в Хо­резм. Экспедицию возглавлял профессор С. Толстов, известный специалист по истории народов Средней Азии. 15. Качалов, изумительный актер, которого оплакивали миллионы любителей театра, умер за месяц до 50-летнего юбилея Художественного театра. 16. Озеро Байкал, сердце Сибири, как его называют, замечательно редкой красотой берегов и удивитель­ным цветом воды. Академик Берг, выдающийся советский гео­граф, называет Байкал чудом природы. 17. Беранже, знаменитый французский поэт, родился в 1780 г. В детстве он жил с дедом, бедным парижским портным. Когда началась революция, его отправили в провинцию к тетке, содержательнице гостиницы.


Exercise 17. Insert articles where necessary. (Special cases: day, night, morning, evening; bed, school, prison; town; seasons; meals etc.).

1. Outside it was ____ night. 2. It was ____ warm summer night. 3. ____ night outside seemed very quiet. 4. It was ____ foggy evening in November. 5. Every day I was up at ____ dawn, clearing, planting, working on my house, and at ____ night when I threw myself on my bed it was to sleep like ____ log till ____ morning. 6. It was ____ evening, and he was walking across the school grounds on his way home. 7. He wondered what hour it was. ____ sun seemed to indicate ____late morning. 8. I think it's going to be ____ fine morning, after all. 9. ____ morning was cold and sharp and sunny. 10. It is ____ early morning. 11. It was ____ very dark evening for ____ summer. 12. ____ night being sharp and frosty, we trembled from ____ head to ____ foot. 13. It was early in ____ afternoon. 14. ____ fine September after­noon was dying fast. 15. It was ____ winter, and ____ night of bitter cold. 16. You see, ____ winter was ____ very bad time for me, and I really had no money at all to buy ____ bread with. 17. ____summer drew to ____ end, and ____ early autumn. 18. It was ____ lovely evening in ____ spring time of ____ year; and in ____ soft stillness of ____ twilight, all ____ nature was very calm and beautiful. ____ day had been fine and warm; but at ____ coming on of ____ night, ____ air grew cool. 19. There was going to be ____ election soon, we all knew: this was ____ spring of 1955. 20. It was ____cold fall and ____ wind came down from ____ mountains. 21. It was ____ fine day, early in ____ spring, and we were in ____ good humour. 22. It was eleven o'clock. Annette was still in ____ bed. 23. Maycomb was ____ old town. 24. Dolores said nothing all ____ way to ____ town. 25. Yes, he and my brother had been to ____ school together. 26. Who could be in ____ prison ____ quarter of ____ century, and be prosperous! 27. ____ school was not ____ particularly good one. 8. I never knew ____ lawyer yet who didn't threaten to put me in ____ prison sooner or later. 29. Steger next visited _____ county jail, close on to five o'clock, when it was. al­ready dark. 30. In all probability he was already in ____ town. 31. After leaving ____ school, I became clerk to her father. 32. He told with ____perfect truth how he had in time been released from ____ prison. 33. He came in one morning when I was having ____ breakfast on ____ terrace of ____ hotel and introduced himself. 34. I saw to it that he had ____ good dinner. 35. We had ____ cold bacon for ____ lunch that day. There was not much of it. I took it to be ____ bacon we had not eaten for ____ breakfast. But on ____ clean dish with parsley it looked rather neat. 36. ____ dinner was very sound. 37. Come and have ____ tea on ____ deck. 38. They had ____ supper in ____ silence. 39. In ____ tiny dining-room, we were having ____ excellent dinner, cooked by Mary. 40. When he arrived, ____ famous Contract was at ____ dinner. 41. When they arrived and mounted ____ stairs, Stefan behaved as usual, and soon they were eating ____ sup­per which Jan had prepared. 42. He had given me ____ dinner, and ____ good one.

Exercise 18. Insert articles where necessary. (Articles with nouns modi­fied by certain adjectives, pronouns, and numerals: most; few, little; number; second, third, etc.).

1. You have had ____ most distinguished career. 2. This was ____ most painful thought of all. 3. She was ____ most beautiful young girl; ____ most beau­tiful girl he had ever seen. 4. I started retelling ____ most interesting anecdote, but was some­ what surprised to observe that nobody was paying ____ slightest attention to me whatever. 5. ____ most of ____ women had flowers or little black feathers sticking up in their hair. 6. ____ Norman Conquest is one of ____ most important events in ____ English history, and it had ____ great­est influence on ____ history of ____ language. 7. ____ news he had conveyed to her would have terrified ____ most women. 8. ____ mother and I are planning to go to ____ country for ____ few days. 9. It was ____ cold, windy evening and there were ____ few people in ____ Park. 10. ____ little I have to say can be said in ____ few minutes. 11.I am commonly ____ man of ____ few words. 12. Oh, I know there's no danger, but I'm ____ little frightened all ____ same. 13. Well, for instance, why don't you tell me about your sister? She always sounds fascinating, from ____ little I hear, but I've no real idea what she's like. 14. ___ old man replied that there were ____ few grown persons as trust­ worthy or as careful as she. 15. Harriet closed her coat quickly and walked ____ little faster. 16. Lufkin's tastes were austere. He spent ____ little on himself. 17. I've travelled ____ little, but not enough. 18. Two people would have to hold ____ chair, and ____ third would help him up on it, and ____ fourth would hand him ____ nail, and ____ fifth would pass him up ____ hammer. 19. ____ professor Earle Fox ignored for ____ second time ____ buzzing signal from, the secre­tary, in ____ adjoining office. 20. Take care, Caroline. I've proposed twice now. I Shall not propose ____ third time. 21. Thirteen years of life with Frank had taught her ____number of things. 22. ____ colonel says our losses have not been heavy. ____ exact number is not yet known. 23. To this particular dinner ____ number of people had been invited. 24. While he was dancing, Cowperwood had occasion to look at Aileen. She passed close to him ____ number of times. 25. He went up into ____ picture gallery. On ___ bureau there were laid ___ number of letters and things to be attended to.


Exercise 19. Translate into English.

1. Такую интересную книгу приятно перечитать. 2. Это слиш­ком длинный роман, чтобы его можно было прочесть в два дня. 3. Это такая же светлая каюта, как та. 4. Я не могу ответить на такой странный вопрос. 5. Это довольно интересная статья. 6. Как вы могли упустить такой редкий случай? 7. Какое неле­пое возражение! 8. Оба письма были отправлены утром. 9. Все бумаги подписаны. 10. Это слишком сложная проблема, чтобы ее можно было разрешить в такое короткое время. 11.Я не знала, что собака в комнате. 12. Я не знала, что в комнате есть собака. 13. Принесите муку. 14. Принесите муки. 15. Девушка подошла к окну. 16. К окну подошла девушка. 17. Утро было холодное и ветреное. 18. Был теплый летний вечер. 19. Настала ночь, и путешественники решили отдохнуть. 20. Он пишет с утра до ночи. 21. Он переночевал у приятеля. 22. Он провел бессонную ночь и был очень бледен. 23. Приятно поехать за город в ясный летний день. 24. И днем и ночью он думал об одном. 25. Было прекрасное утро — солнечное и тихое. 26. Было раннее утро, и все в доме еще спали. 27. Была ранняя весна. 28. Была дождливая, холодная осень. 29. Осень была исключительно теплая; стояла ясная, солнечная погода. 30. Мое любимое время года — лето. 31. Лето 1941 года было очень жаркое. 32. Она легла спать в три часа и встала с головной болью. 33. Почему вы так поздно вернулись из города? 34. Женщина по­дошла к кровати и накрыла ребенка одеялом. 35. Она плохо себя чувствовала и провела весь день в постели. 36. Сегодня мне надо пойти в школу на родительское собрание. 37. Я провела все лето в городе. 38. Когда сестра окончила школу, она поступила в кон­серваторию. 39. Мы провели несколько дней в маленьком городке на Кавказе. 40. Мы живем на даче, но часто приезжаем в город. 41. О. Генри был обвинен в краже, и, хотя он был невиновен, его посадили в тюрьму. Он сидел в тюрьме три года. 42. Мы позавтракали в восемь часов. 43. Завтрак состоял из хлеба с маслом, сыра и кофе. 44. Не опаздывайте к обеду. 45. Обед еще не готов. 46. Наши знакомые пригласили нас на обед.


Exercise 20. Insert articles where necessary.

1. What ____ strange feeling it was to be going home when it was not home, and to find that every object I looked at reminded me of ____ happy old home which was like ____ dream I could, never dream again. 2. On her face I saw ____ placid and sweet expression of ____ lady whose picture had looked at me downstairs. It seemed to my imagination as if ____ portrait had grown womanly and ____ original remained ____ child. 3. Rebecca's mother had had ____ educa­tion somewhere and her daughter spoke ____ French with ____ purity and ____ Parisian accent. It was in those days rather ____ rare accom­plishment, and led to her engagement with ____ orthodox Miss Pinkerton. 4. He had ____ wit, ____ keen sense of ____ humour, ____ sense of pathos. 5. ____one thing that really interested him in connection with his parents was ____ existence somewhere in ____ east in ____ small city called Lycurgus of ____ uncle, ____ brother of his father's. 6. But ____ bed I made up for myself was suf­ficiently uncomfortable to give me ____ wakeful night, and I thought ____ good deal of what ____ unlucky Dutchman had told me. 7. We went down ____ corridors, down ____ stone stairs. We crossed over ____ Park by ____ lake; one of ____ pelicans was spreading its wings. ____ trees were creaking in ____ blustery wind; on ____ grass, ____ first leaves had fallen. It was ____ dark evening, with ____ clouds, low and grey, driving across from ____ west. 8. I breathed deeply two or three times, but felt ____ little calmer, ____ enormity of ____ situation was too overpowering. 9. English of ____ 14th century dif­fers from _____ Modern English. 10. He was young still, and in ____ few years he would look back on all his misery with ____ sadness in which there would be something not unpleasurable. 11. After ____ lights within, it was very dark, and ____ night was enormous and silent with ____ intensity which for ____ moment made her pause in ____ awe. She was in ____ unfamiliar street. It was ____ damp night, with rare stars. 12. I had often new temptations afterwards to wonder whether it was really singular, or only singular to me, that he, who was ____ most grateful of mankind upon ____ least occasion, should so desire to escape ____ gratitude of others. 13. Large drops of ____ rain, which pattered every now and then against ____ win­dows of ____ chaise, seemed to warn ____ travellers of ____ rapid approach of ____ stormy night. 14. It's pleasant to get used to ____ expensive, ____ soft, ___ comfortable. 15. ____ children of ____ poor know but ____ few pleasures. Even ____ cheap delights of ____ childhood must be bought and paid for. 16. And there began for Soames ____ most confused evening he had ever spent. For in his heart were ____ great gladness and ____ great pity, and he must not show ____ sign of either. 17. ____ walls, down which ran ___ number and variety of ____ pipes and cables, were painted in two contrasting shades of green ____ dark up to ____ height of five foot, lighter above that. 18. In ____ evening ____ weather broke, ____ wind shifted from ____ South to ____ Northeast and brought ____ rain first and then ____ sleet and ____ snow. 19. ____ Miller said all kinds of beautiful things about ____ friendship, which Hans took down in ____ note-book and used to read over at ____ night, for he was ____ very good scholar. 20. She drew ____ little away from him; then perceived that unwittingly she had done ____ right thing, for he at once tried to take her hand again. And this was her first lesson too in ____ nature of ____ man. 21. ____ London train was on ____ point of ____ departure. It was yet ____ early morning, ____ hour of ____ milkmen and ____ postmen. ____ station had ____ chill, unused, deserted look; ____ passengers were few. 22. In ____ hands of ____ strong, like himself when he was at his best, ____ law was ____ sword and ____ shield, ____ trap to place before ____ feet of ____ unwary; ____ pit to dig in ____ path of those who might pursue. 23. It had been ____ severe winter, and ____ snow lay deep in , ____ gorges of ____ mountains. 24. ____ point is that ____ art now is just ____ subject for conversation; and anything that anybody can understand fat ____ first sight is not worth talking about and therefore not ____ art. 25. I do not consider that ____ cigars and whisky he consumed at my expense, and ____ few dollars, borrowed with ____ civil air of conferring ____ favour upon me, that passed from my pocket to his, were in any way equivalent to ____ entertainment he afforded me. I remained his debtor. 26. He was ____ psychopathologist as well as ____ student of ____ art, and ____ subconscious had ____ few secrets from him. 27. And now he was in large bedroom over­ looking ____ Thames, ____ chamber with ____ writing table, ____ sofa, ____ telephone, ____ electric bells and ____ massive oak door with ____ lock and ____ key in ____ lock. 28. ____ sun comes up from ____ East and goes down to ____ West. 29. As that day closed in, ____ girl's excitement increased; and when ____ night came on, there was ____ unusual paleness in her cheek, and ___ fire in her eye, that even Sikes observed with ____ astonishment. 30. Mr. Skimpole could play ____ piano and ____ violoncello; and he was ____ composer, had composed half ____ opera once, and played what he composed with ____ taste. After ____ tea we had quite ____ little con­cert, in which Richard and Mr. Jarndyce and I were ____ audience. 31. In ____ civil life, Cassilis was ____ stage-designer on ____ threshold of ___ brilliant career. He was ____ quiet man, mildly handsome, mildly intellectual, mildly witty. He was fond of ____ , women in ____ quiet sort of way, but behaved with them always as if he were in search of ____ good quiet wife. 32. Though ____ young man was ____ honest fellow, and ____ son of ____ honest fellow, ____ latter had died so early, and his widow had had such struggles to maintain herself, that ____ son was very im­perfectly educated. 33. Next day, Margaret and I had to leave ____ house after ____ tea. ____ weather had not changed. Just as when we arrived, it was ____ evening so tranquil that ____ chimney smoke seemed painted on ____ sky, and in ____ air there was ____ smell of burning leaves. 34. They never, one felt, dressed carelessly, said ____ wrong word, were ____ prey to ____ untidy passion. 35. Herzogs moved to ____ Midwest. 36. She was ____ mountain-bred and ever ____ lover of ____ mountains. She could see ____ little beauty in ____ sea, and that only of ____ terrible and overwhelming kind. 37. ____ very tall and very good-looking man who entered seemed about thirty-eight years old. His clean-shav­en face was full of ____ health, his eyes full of _____ light, his dark hair had ____ fleck or two of premature grey in it. 38. I've been taught ____ Latin, and ____ Greek, and ____ mathematics. 39. At ____ dusk, on ____ evening of St. Valentine's day, Boldwood sat down to ____ supper as usual. 40. Dinny wrote ____ letter to her brother in which she said nothing of ____ Hallorsen, ____ Saxenden, or ____ Tasburghs, but discoursed in lively fashion of ____ Aunt Em, Boswell and Johnson, ____ Uncle Adrian, ____ Lady Henrietta.
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