There are two large10-11 класс
windows in the room.
1) Are there two large windows in the room? общий
2) There are two large windows in the room, aren't there? - разделительный
3) Are there two or three large windows in the room? - альтернативный
4) Where are two large windows? -специльный
How many large windows are there in the room? - специальный
5) What are there in the room? - специальный к подлежащему
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2.What book are you reading now?
They wanted to know...
3.Are there any special things that you want to tell us about yourself
They wanted to know...
1. How long / stay there 2. Stay in a hotel / rent a room 3. Go alone / with friends 4. Food / be good 5. The weather / be fine 6. What / do in the evening 7. Meet / any interesting people 8. How / travel there 9. What places of interest / see 10. How / spend time 11.What / like best of all 12. When / come back 13. How / travel back
This famous palace, first built in 1703, is in the very centre of London. It is two places, not one. It is a family house, where children play and grow up. It is also the place where presidents, kings, and politicians go to meet the Queen. Buckingham Palace is like a small town, with a police station, two post offices, a hospital, a bar, two sports clubs, a disco, a cinema, and a swimming pool. There are 600 rooms and three miles of red carpet. Two men work full-time to look after the 300 clocks. About 700 people work in the Palace. The Queen's Day When the Queen gets up in the morning, seven people look after her. One starts her bath, one prepares her clothes, and one feeds the Royal dogs. She has eight or nine dogs, and they sleep in their own bedroom near the Queen's bedroom. Two people bring her breakfast. She has coffee from Harrods, toast, and eggs. Every day fifteen minutes, a piper plays Scottish music outside her room and the Queen reads The Times. Every Tuesday evening, she meets the Prime Minister. They talk about world news and have a drink, perhaps a gin and tonic or a whisky. An invitation to the Palace When the Queen invites a lot of people for dinner, it takes three days to prepare the table and three days to do the washing-up. Everybody has five glasses: one for red wine, one for white wine, one for water, one for port, and one for liqueur. During the first and second courses, the Queen speaks to the person on her left and then she speaks to the person on her right for the rest of the meal. When the Queen finishes her food, everybody finishes, and it is time for the next course!
помогите пожалуйста из текста надо выписать два предложения Present Simple поставить их в Past иFuture simple, и поставить вопросительную и отрицательную форму
a. Why people like reality TV
b. The beginnings of reality TV
c. The end of reality TV
d. Making money from reality TV
e. Problems with reality TV
The first reality TV show in the world was called Expedition Robinson and it was shown in Sweden in 1997. Half the population of the country watched the final episode and a new kind of TV programme was born. Two years later in Holland, the first series of Big Brother was filmed. Again, it was a fantastic success and the final programme was watched by million people. There are now more than 20 countries around the world which have Big Brother or Survivor on their TV screens. The ordinary people who take part in the programmes are known by millions of people in their own countries and reality TV has become big business.
For the TV producers, reality TV is a dream come true because many of the programmes cost nothing to make. At some point, the television viewers are asked to telephone the programme – to vote or to apply to take part in the show. It is the cost of these telephone calls that pays for the show. One of the most popular shows is Pop Idol. In the show, a group of attractive people are made into pop stars. The viewers vote for their favourite person on the show. The winner makes a record, his or her pictures are published on the covers of magazines, millions of copies of the record are sold and then … they are quickly forgotten.
But not everyone is happy about reality TV. In Portugal, two TV channels got into trouble because they showed too much of the private lives of the people in the shows. In France, reality TV is called “rubbish TV” and the studios were attacked three times in one week. In Greece, Big Brother ways described as an insult to human rights and civilization. But despite the problems, reality TV continues to do well in most countries and it will be here for a long time.
2.Read the article again and tick (+) the things that are mentioned in the text.
1.Reality TV started in Sweden.
2.The prize money for Survivor is $1 million.
3.Many countries have reality TV shows.
4.Some people get married after being on a reality TV shows.
5.In the UK,Big Brother is more popular than Survivor.
6.Reality TV makes money when the viewers make phone calls,
7.Loft Story and Pop Idol are the names of reality TV shows.
8.Loft Story has been very successful in France.
2)There is no pantry on / in / at his flat.
3)There is a nice carpet at / on / in the floor
4)I share a large room of / from / with my brother.
5)There are many intere sting books at / on / in the shelf.
group.2.There is a beautiful garden near the house.3.There is a big blackboard in the classroom.4. There is a letter for him on the table.5.There are two lifts in the house.6.There are 300 pages in the book.7.There is a new stadium in the town.8.There is a table in the middle of the room.9.There is a hospital in the village.10.Are there many sentences in this exercise?11.Is there much work to do at home?12.There are no pictures in the book.13.There is no theatre in the town.14.There are no maps on the walls of the classroom.
to the water. 6. There are two dozens roses in the box. 7. Those tulip is very nice. 8. There is some horse in the yard. 9. How much photos have you? 10. The one of September is the Day of Knowledge. 11. We go into Moscow every year. 12. When are you study English? 13. I prefer this song for that one. 14. Does you like to play chess? 15. Ann and Kate swims in the lake. 16. I see a few snow on the ground. 17. I want to give you these cake. 18. Are she live there? 19. Why you show your dress before party? 20. We have no a cat. 21. You are tired, don’t you? 22. Is there some broken glass on the floor? 23. You read texts every day? 24. Has his parents a flat or a house? 25. Give me a milk, please. 26. There is not the lamp on a wall. 27. Who plant all trees in the garden? – We do. 28. Translate the Russian words on English, please. 29. There are a little chairs in the room. 30. Who are there at the door? – We are. 31. How many homework must you do now? 32. They was at the club yesterday. 33. What does fly in the room? – A bee does.