Вариант Ф. Поставьте следующие существительные во множественное число
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Задания по грамматике
Поставьте следующие существительные во множественное
book — books, man — men, ...
a) boy - boys, brick - bricks, ticket - tickets, vase - vases, taste - tastes, match - matches, cross - crosses, fox - foxes, potato - potatoes, army - armies, knife - knives, woman - women, mouse - mice, child - children, deer - deer, month - months, river - rivers, bush - bushes, airman - airmen, mistake - mistakes, place - places, ear - ears.
Образуйте притяжательный падеж следующих существительных.
cat, tail — cat's tail; dog, leg — dog's leg ...
a) table, leg – table’s leg; man, arm – man’s arm; boy, book – boys book; lady, dress – lady’s dress; boys, books – boys’ books; family, house – family’s house; men, glasses – men’s glasses; tables, legs – tables’ legs; Smith, car – Smith’s car; Smiths, house Smiths’ house.
Поставьте различные типы вопросов к предложениям или выделенным словам:
1. Общий вопрос
a) You can read English books.
Can you read English books?
There is a man in the room.
Is there a man in the room?
He likes coffee.
Does he like coffee?
He usually goes there by bus.
Does he usually go there by car?
Her sister isn't at home now.
Isn’t her sister at home now?
Paul didn't send him a telegram.
Didn’t Paul send him a telegram?
2. Альтернативный вопрос
a) Now she is listening to the radio.
Is she listening to the radio or to the mp3-player now?
She was a clever person.
Was she a clever or silly person?
John likes to go to the theatre.
Does John like to go to the theatre or cinema?
My friends live in London.
Do my friends live in London or Paris?
Mother bought apples and oranges.
Did my mother or father buy apples and oranges?
3. Специальный вопрос
a) She lives in .
Where does she live?
I have cats.
How many cats do I have?
He spends a lot of money .
What does he spend a lot of money on?
He said that .
What did he say?
Ann finished her work .
When did Ann finish her work?
4. Разделительный вопрос
a) She hasn't been abroad.
She hasn't been abroad, has she?
He doesn't like fishing.
He doesn't like fishing, does he?
They have been waiting for him since morning.
They have been waiting for him since morning, have they?
He was afraid of darkness.
He was afraid of darkness, wasn’t he?