If the construction workers work every day, ....... finish building the new house by next week10-11 класс
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3) You (to work) now? 4) What your brother( to drink) now? 5) How often she(to take) medicine? 6)You (to work) every day?
father will read newspapers tomorrow. 4) Kate spent her summer in the village. 5) I do not eat ice-cream every day.
sleep) now. He ( to sleep) every night.
3. We ( to drink) tea now. We (to drink) tea every morning.
4. They ( to go) to school now. They ( to go) to school every morning.
5. I ( not to sleep) now. I ( not to sleep) in the daytime.
6. She ( not to drink) coffee now. She ( not to drink ) coffee after lunch.
7. We ( not to watch) TV now. We ( not to watch) TV in the morning.
8. They ( not to eat) now. They ( not to eat) at the lesson.
9. My mother ( not to work) now. My mother ( not to work) at an office.
10. You ( to work) now? You ( to work) every day?
11. He ( to play) now? He ( to play) in the afternoon?
12. They ( to eat) now? They ( to eat) at school?
13. Your sister ( to rest) now? Your sister ( to rest) after school?
14. What you ( to do ) now? What you ( to do) every morning?
15. What you ( to read) now? What you ( to read) after dinner?
16. What they ( to eat) now? What they ( to eat) at breakfast?
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Sunday. I like this day very much. You needn't hurry anywhere and you may go wherever you like after your week's work. On this day I wake up later than usual. But sometimes I don't get up till nine or ten o'clock. I read morning newspapers or listen to music. As soon as I get up I air the room, make my bed and do morning exercises. Then I have breakfast, clear away the dishes and wash up. Two more hours for getting ready with my homework and I am free. I meet my friends and we discuss our plans together. We may go to the cinema or theatre, to museums and parks. Last Sunday we went to the Botanical Garden. There were many beds of spring flowers there: red, yellow and blue. People in light clothes were walking along the paths. The air was fresh and promising. It was very pleasant to spend time there. In fine weather we also like to be out of town. We find a nice place somewhere in the forest or on the bank of the river. We lie in the sun, play different games and swim. In winter my friends and I often go to the skating-rink. Skating is my favourite kind of sport, but I like to ski too. When the weather is bad my friends come to my place. We listen to music or go to the cinema. We like films about the life of our contemporaries abroad. On the way home we usually discuss the films we've seen. In the evening all the members of our family get together. We have our supper, make plans for tomorrow, watch TV or read books. Reading is my hobby. Sometimes we receive guests at our place or go out for a walk. In general I enjoy my days off very much.
Answer the questions: 1. How many days a week do you have classes? 2. When is your day off? 3. What time do you get up on Sunday? 4. What do you do next? 5. Do you usually meet your friends on Sunday? What do you do together? 6. Do you often go to the country? Who with? What do you do there? 7. What do you do if the weather is bad?
Retirement – surely it’s a golden age when you can escape the daily grind of work and spend your time doing gardening, taking holidays and chatting with friends? Not for everyone. Some people love their work so much that they stay on into their 70s, 80s and 90s.
The factory worker
Dorothy Beckett, 93, has been working in a cake factory in Yorkshire, UK for more than 56 years. She works a 40-hour week, putting cakes in boxes, together with people who are 70 years younger than her. In 1945, aged 36, Dorothy set up the factory with her husband, Fred. Now, the business has a £4m annual turnover. “I’ve never wanted to retire,” she says. “It would be the end of me”.
The car dealer
William Spencer wanted to be a lawyer. But when he discovered that he didn’t have the right qualifications, he studied accountancy at night school instead and got a job in a car sales showroom. That was 72 years ago, and he is still there today! “I’m paid for my experience,” explains William, 91. “I help the young ones to sell. I advise the staff, introduce customers, arrange special deals, deal with problems, and make sure everyone is happy.”
“In the past year I’ve travelled to London, Paris and Milan for work,” says Gerald Lilley, sitting with a poetry book on his knee in his apartment in New York. “I’ve been to London three times, to Japan twice and to China, well, lots of times. When I’m not travelling, I like to be in the office every day at about 9.30. And I tend to leave at around 4.00 p.m. Mr Lilley is 94, and is senior advisor at one of the big investment banks. He finds the flights more tiring nowadays, especially after long days in meetings. “I suppose it’s my age,” he says, “but I have my evening to relax, have a drink and read German, French and English poetry.”
1 All people stop working after 70.
2 Dorothy has been working with 70-year old men and women.
3 Dorothy wants to retire and do gardening.
4 William has been working for more than 70 years.
5 William is a car dealer in a car sales showroom.
6 William likes helping young colleagues.
7 William had studied Law and Accountancy before he got this job..
8 Gerald is still travelling a lot.
9 Gerald retired last year.
10 Gerald likes reading poetry.