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2. , , , , , , , . . - . SITA GmbH Pinneberg, Germany . 12.2004 Printed in Bulgaria 3. ! , ! , . - , , , , . . ! . , ! 4. 4 1 At the Doctors ( ) must 614 15 2 In the Bank ( ) At the Post-office ( ) 20 3 Evening Activities ( ) 3830 3248 49 4 54 How to Use Public Transport? ( ?) 66 have to/ have got to 67 5 72 At the Police Station ( ) 80 81 1/A 1/85 87 6 At the Filling-Station ( ) At the Hairdressers ( )90 5. 5At the Chemists ( ) 7 A Dinner-Party at the Bartons ( ) 8 Spare Time ( ) 100 101 106114 115 120 9 A Conversation about the Latest News ( ) going to 10 A Tour of London ( ) 134142 142 148156 156 2/A 2/ 130160 163 170 183 6. 6 1Unit 1 1At the Doctors doctor wrong Whats wrong with you? throat Ive got a sore throat. head to ache My head aches. temperature Have you got a temperature? A: Bob, whats wrong with you? B: Ive got a sore throat and my head aches. A: Have you got a temperature? B: I dont know. ; ?/ ? . . ? A: , ? : . : ? : . 7. 7At the Doctorshand cheek to consult surgery hours to hurry already Dont worry. to reach practice in time A: Let me see. Oh, yes, your hands and your cheeks are quite hot. Lets consult a doctor. Dr. Miller has his surgery hours from 9 oclock to 11 oclock in the morning. B: Then I must hurry. Its already half past ten. A: Dont worry. Youll reach his practice in time. Its not far from here. , ( ) . A: e . O, , . . - 9 11 . : . . A: . . . 8. 8 1Its your turn. Whats the matter with you? to feel awful headache Ive got a headache. to open mouth serious Its nothing serious. Youve got the flu. prescription medicine to take three times a day meal after meals to stay in bed necessary outside to get better . ? . . . - 9. At the DoctorsDr. M: Well, its your turn, Mr. Brown. Come in, please. Whats the matter with you? B: I feel awful. Ive got a headache and a sore throat. Dr. M: Let me see, then. Please, open your mouth. Its nothing serious. Youve got the flu. Heres a prescription for some medicine. Please, take it three times a day after meals. B: Must I stay in bed? Dr. M: No, thats not necessary. But dont go outside. Youll soon get better.9- : , , - . , . ? : . . - : . , . . . . , . : ? - : , . . . 10. 10 1accident to have an accident to break arm I have broken my arm. leg to be injured to send hospital . 11. At the DoctorsA: Ive had an accident with my bike. I think Ive broken my arm. Dr. M: Let me see. Yes, its broken. Your leg is injured, too. Ill send you to hospital.11A: . , . - : . , . . . 12. 12 1pale to look pale ill to be ill appetite to overwork maybe breakdown a few impossible toothache dentist to fill the tooth , once ()twice three times four times five times twenty-one times21 a hundred times a thousand times many times 13. At the DoctorsB: You look pale. Are you ill? C: Ive got no appetite and cant sleep at night. B: Are you overworking? C: Maybe. I had a breakdown some weeks ago. B: Why dont you go on holiday for a few weeks? C: Thats impossible at the moment. And what about you? Are you okay? B: Well, Ive got a toothache. C: Oh, dear. Then you must go to the dentist. Hell fill that tooth for you.13: . ? : . : ? : . . : ? : . ? ? : , . : O, . . . 14. 14 1 must must , , , , ( ) . must . : I really must stop smoking. . You must be here by 8 oclock. 8 . Mr. Smith isnt here. We must phone him. - . . mustnt must, . Mustnt ( , ). must neednt ( , , ). I must clean the rooms today. - Its not necessary to clean the rooms today. . . - I neednt clean the rooms today. . You can park here. .- You mustnt park here. .You must get up already. .- You neednt get up yet. . must (mustnt) . 15. 15 I. . 1. What is the matter with Bob and Mr. Brown? 2. Where will Bob go? 3. When does Mr. Miller have his surgery hours? 4. What does Mr. Miller give to Mr. Brown? 5. Where does Mr. Miller send the young man who had an accident with his bike? 6. What is wrong with the woman who had a breakdown some weeks ago? 7. Can she go on holiday for a few weeks now? 8. Where must the man with his toothache go? 9. Are you okay?II. . take, go, send, stay, go. 1. A: I have got a headache.B: Then you must ...... an aspirin.2. A: I have got the flu.B: Then you must ...... to the doctor.3. A: I have got a temperature. B: Then you must ....... in bed. 4. A: I have broken my leg.B: Then the doctor must ....... you to a hospital.5. A: I have got a tootache.B: Then you must ........ to the dentist. 16. 16 1III. - , . 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.to wash ones teeth to have a shave to change socks to have a shower to do the washing up to clean the rooms to wash ones clothes to clean the windows 3/day 1/day 2/day 3/day 5/day 6/day 4/week 1/month1. How often does Mr. Clean wash his teeth? He washes his teeth three times a day. 2. How often does Mr. Clean have a shave? He has a shave once a day./ He has a shave every day. 3. How often ................? He ....... etc. Do you think you must have a shower twice a day? Do you think you must clean the windows every month? Do you think you must wash your teeth three times a day? Answers: Yes, I think so. Yes, I must. Its necessary. No, its impossible.No, I dont think so. No, I dont think its necessary. 17. 17IV. , must (musnt). 1.You .................................... eat ice cream here.2................................................................................... NO SMOKING3.4..................................................................... drive in.STOP5.2 2............................................................................................................................................... camp here. 18. 18V. 1 . 1. What has mouth, but cant eat? 2. What has arms and legs, but cant move? 3. What has eyes, but cant see? 4. What has hands and a face, but cant touch or smile? 5. What has legs, but cant walk? 19. 19 , , . , . 20. 20 2Unit 2 2In the Bank question Ive got a question. to cash the cheque clerk exchange rate currency German German mark . 21. In the BankCustomer: Ive got a question. Would you cash this Eurocheque? Bank Clerk: Certainly, madam. C: Whats the exchange rate just now? B: Which currency would you like, madam? C: German marks, please. B: The exchange rate is ... here have a look. C: Oh, I see.21: . ? : , . : ? : , ? : , . : ... . : O, . 22. 22 2to forget to sign How would you like the money? note rest That would be fine. both sky blue as the sky ? . 23. In the BankB: Oh, youve forgotten to sign the cheque. C: Oh, Im sorry. B: How would you like the money? C: In hundred mark notes, please. B: Here you are. 15 hundred mark notes. Would you like the rest in 10 mark notes? C: That would be fine. Oh, are the 10 mark notes blue, too? B: Yes, both notes are blue - blue as the sky. C: The skys grey today, isnt it? B: (laughing) But you cant change that at this bank!23: O, . : O, . : ? : , . : ! 15 . 10 ? : . O, 10 ? : , - . : , ? : ( ) ! 24. 24 2to draw out money to fill out form to fill in address amount , 25. 25In the BankC: I would like to draw out some money. B: Would you fill out this form, please. Dont forget to fill in your name and your address. ... Youve forgotten to write down the amount. C: Oh yes, I want 50 pounds, please. B: Here you are, madam. C: Thank you.: . : , . . ... . : O, , 50 , . : , ! : . 26. 26 2important aunt urgent telegram You should send a telegram. to cost word 16p a word to hand letter block-letter It makes 96p. envelope next door . 16 a 96 . 27. 27At the Post-officeAt the Post-office A: I want to send an important message to my aunt in London. Its very urgent. C: Then you should send a telegram. A: How much does it cost? C: 16p a word. A: Can you hand me a form, please? C: Here you are. Please, write in block-letters. 6 words, that comes to 96p. A: I also need some stamps. And can I get envelopes here? C: No, Im sorry. But try the department-store next door.A: . . : . A: ? : 16 . A: , ? : ! , . 6 , 96 . A: . ? : , . . 28. 28 2public (tele)phone box long-distance call coin to change The telephone doesnt work. engaged The line is engaged.A: Have you got a public phone box? B: Yes, we have. A: Id like to make a long-distance call. B: Take number two, please. A: I havent got any coins. Could you change this five-pound note, please? B: Certainly. A: The telephone doesnt work. B: Let me see. Oh, wait a moment, please. The lines engaged. . .A: ? : , . A: . : , () . A: . ? : . A: . : . O, , . . 29. At the Post-office29parcel America to put scales by airmail customs label present NCV = No Commercial Value in this case customs to charge to charge duty on sth. , () A: Id like to send a small parcel to America. B: Put it on the scales, please. Do you want to send it by airmail?A: . : , . ? A: , . : . , . ? A: . : NCV. . . A: , - . !A: Yes, please. B: Then its one pound sixty. Please, fill out this customs label. Is it a present? A: Yes, it is. B: Then write NCV there. That means No Commercial Value. In this case the customs wont charge any duty on it. A: Oh, I see - no duty. Thank you very much! 30. 30 2 (The Present Perfect Tense) to have . ,