Exercise 6. Translate into English

1. Я ничего не сказал. Ни слова.

2. Все хотели получить автограф Юрия Гагарина.

3. Все, что у меня есть, принадлежит тебе.

4. В столовой есть кто-нибудь?

5. В саду никого нет.

6. В нашей комнате есть кто-нибудь?

7. Там есть кто-то.

8. Там никого нет.

9. В библиотеке есть кто-нибудь?

10. За занавеской есть что-нибудь? - Нет, там ничего нет.

11. В сумке что-то есть.

12. В доме есть кто-нибудь? - Да, там есть кто-то.

13. Под столом есть что-нибудь? - Да, там что-то есть.

14. Там ничего нет.

15. В классе есть кто-нибудь? - Нет, там никого нет.

16. В нашей библиотеке есть кое-какие книги на английском языке.

17. В вашей библиотеке есть какие-нибудь книги Джека Лондона?

18. Мой дядя хочет мне что- то сказать.

19. На другой день мой брат знал всех.

20. Если вы захотите что-нибудь поесть, идите в вагон-ресторан.

21. Расскажите нам всё о вашем путешествии.

22. Здесь нет Кати. Мы ее везде искали, но не можем нигде найти ее. Кто-нибудь видел Катю? - Вот она. Никто ничего не знает о ней, а она сидит на скамейке и читает книгу.

23. На столе лежит что-то круглое. Что это такое?

24. Никто об этом ничего не знает.

25. В городе много парков. Везде деревья и цветы.

26. В той комнате кто-то есть.

27. Анна живет где-то в этом районе.

28. Я никого не знаю в этом городе.

29. Дай мне, пожалуйста, что-нибудь поесть.

30. Кто-нибудь знает адрес нашего учителя?

31. Все в порядке.

32. Кто-нибудь хочет посмотреть телевизор?

33. Мы слышали эту песню повсюду.

34. Он где-то в саду.

 

Exercise 7. Fill in the gaps with a lot of, much or many.

1. I don’t eat ... mangoes.

2. Не eats ... fish.

3. She ate so ... dessert that she is sick today.

4. That man drank so ... wine, and smoked so ... cigarettes that he has a terrible headache today.

5. Mary must not eat too ... salt because she has problems with her blood pressure.

6. My mother says I eat too ... French fries and drink beer. She wants me to be healthy.

7. There is too ... space in my flat.

8. There are ... new pictures in this room.

9. There are ... teachers at our school, and ... of them are women.

10. ... of these plays are quite new.

11. Thanks for the books you sent me yesterday. - Don’t mention it, it wasn’t ... bother.

12. ... of her advice was useful.

13. He had ... pairs of socks.

14. Please don’t put ... pepper on the meat.

15. There were ... plates on the table.

16. I never eat ... bread with soup.

17. Why did you eat so ... ice cream?

18. She wrote us ... letters from the country.

 

Exercise 8. Fill in the gaps with little or few.

1. Не has got ... friends.

2. I drink ... coffee. I don’t like it.

3. We must hurry. We’ve got very … time.

4. There are very ... scholarships for students in this university.

5. The Smiths have ... money. They aren’t rich.

6. The theatre was almost empty. There were very ... people there.

7. There was ... lemonade in the bottle.

8. There were ... peaches in basket.

9. I have ... time, so I can’t go with you.

10. He has ... English books.

11. There is ... juice my glass. Have you got any juice?

12. There are bears in the zoo.

13. Tom Canty was the son of parents and had very ... clothes.

14. There is too … soup in my plate. Give me some more, please.

15. The children returned from the wood very sad because they had found very ... mushrooms.

16. There was too ... light in the room, and I соuld not read.

17. There are very ... people who don’t know that the Earth is round.

 

Exercise 9. Fill in the gaps with a lot of,much, many, little or few.

1. Robert wrote so ... letters that he’s never going to write a letter again.

2. She ate so ... ice cream that she’s going to have a sore throat.

3. His father earned ... money, but he enjoyed his job. He loved teaching English very ... .

4. There are ... cookies in the box. I should have bought them last Monday.

5. Does your sister read ... ? – Yes, she does. And your brother? – Oh, he doesn’t. He has so ... books, but he reads very ... .

6. Have you got ... work to do today? - No, not very ... .

7. Walk quicker, please. We have very ... time.

8. I am sorry to say, I have read very ... books by Walter Scott.

9. My brother is a young teacher. Every day he spends ... time preparing for his lessons.

10. I know very ... about this writer. It is the first book I am reading.

11. The pupils of our class ask ... questions at the lesson. They want to know everything.

12. You do not make ... mistakes in your spelling. Do you work hard at it? – Oh, yes, I do, I work very ....

 

Exercise 10. Fill in the gaps with little, a little, few or a few.

1. There is ... salad left in this bowl.

2. Would you like ... salad? - Yes, thank you. My doctor it’s good for my health.

3. I have ... money, so we can go to the cinema.

4. I have ... money, so we cannot go to the cinema.

5. This girl works very …, that’s why she knows nothing.

6. Mother gave us … apples, and we were glad.

7. He did not like it at the camp: he had very ... friends there.

8. This lemon drink is sour; if you put ... sugar in it, it will be sweeter.

9. This lemon drink is sour; if you … lumps of sugar in it, it will be sweeter.

10. The hall was almost empty: there were very ... people in it.

11. I can’t buy this expensive hat today: I have too ... money.

12. She left and returned in ... minutes.

13. I think you can spare me ... time now.

14. I am sorry I have seen ... plays by this author.

 

GENERAL QUESTONS

 

A question that demands either an affirmative or a negative answer is called a general question.

 

AUXILIARY VERB (OR MODAL VERB) + SUBJECT + NOTIONAL VERB + SECONDARY MEMBERS

 

It is pronounced with Low Rise. The first verb (or auxiliary verb) is stressed.

 

In general questions some - any; a lot of - many, much.

EXERCISES

 

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