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I. :

BUSINESSMANS DAY

Mr. John Turner is 30. He is married and he has got his own family. He has a

wife, a daughter and a son. His wife is an economist. Her name is Jane. The names of their children are Kate and Peter. They live in a small house in Greenwood. Greenwood is a small place not far from London.

John works in London. He is the manager of a big trade firm. His firm sells the goods to various countries. In the morning he always goes to his office in London on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. He doesnt go to his office on Saturday and Sunday. These are his days-offs.

John frequently meets the representatives of English and French firms. They discuss the prices, terms of payment and delivery. He begins his working day at 9. Every morning John first looks through fresh newspapers. He takes much interest in the latest political and business news. Sometimes John goes to different cities to discuss business with their customers. He is a very busy man. He always has a lot of work. He looks through mail, reads telegrams and letters, speaks on the phone with the customers. He also makes appointments with his business partners.

At twelve he has lunch. After lunch he sometimes goes to factories with the inspectors, but sometimes stays in the office and discussed business matters with director or customers. He finishes his working day at 6 oclock in the evening. He usually comes home at 7.

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II. :

1. Peter helped the pupils to translate text.

2. Mother asked Mary to wash the plates.

3. My friend writes a letter to his sister.

4. Jane took 3 books from the library.

5. His cousins live in Moscow.

6. Their grandfather and grandmother will come tomorrow.

7. Mary works in a shop.

1. He helped them to translate text.

2. She asked her to wash the plates.

3. He writes a letter to her.

4. She took 3 books from the library.

5. They live in Moscow.

6. They will come tomorrow.

7. She works in a shop.

III. :

  1. Is this (your/yours) book?
  2. Its their door, not our.

    3. Theyre new pupils and I dont know theirs names.

  1. My flat is bigger than her, but her is nicer.
  2. Thats not my book. My is new.

    6. They took ours books and we took theirs.

    7. Are these pencils (her/hers)? 8. Is this (your/yours) house or (their/theirs)?

    1. Is this your book?
    2. Its their door, not ours.

    3. Theyre new pupils and I dont know their names.

  1. My flat is bigger than hers, but hers is nicer.
  2. Thats not my book. Mine is new.

    6. They took our books and we took theirs.

    7. Are these pencils hers? 8. Is this your house or theirs?

IV. :

.. ? This is a king.

. . ? These are kings.

  1. This is a star. 2. This is a box. 3. That is a flower. 4. That is a mountain. 5. That is not a king. 6. That is not a queen. 7. Is this a mountain? 8. Is the window open? 9. Is the boy near the window?

.. ? This is a box.

. . ? These are boxes.

.. ? That is a flower.

. . ? Those are flowers.

.. ? That is a mountain.

. . ? Those are mountains.

.. ? That is not a king.

. . ? Those are not kings.

.. ? That is not a queen.

. . ? Those are not queens.

.. ? Is this a mountain?

. . ? Are there mountain?
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