1.He will have reached the summit long before count to one thousand
2.By the time John paints the living room, Sarah will have cooked his favourite meal.
3.When my mother will have retured from work, I already dothe shopping.
4.Jack will have washed his car till you make dinner
5. By the time I get there, the film has start
6.I will have spent all my holiday money by the end of the week.
7.He will have repaired Bill’s car when he come to take it.
8.The learners will have not finished the translation of the article before the teacher come
9.By next year, she will have received her promotion.
10.The play will not have started before we get to the theatre.
Task 2. Examination Card 2
Task 1. Read the text, translate the last passage into English:
One day a man went to see his doctor and said to him, ‘I’ve swallowed a horse, doctor, and I feel very ill.’
The doctor thought for a few seconds and then said, ‘All right, Mr. Lloyd, I’ll help you. Please lie down on this bed.’
The doctor’s nurse gave the man an injection, the man went to sleep, and the doctor went out quickly to look for a horse in the town. After half an hour he found one, borrowed it and took it into his office, so
when Mr. Lloyd woke up, it was there in front of him.
– Ահա ձին, պարո՛ն Լոյդ,- ասաց բժիշկը,- ես հանել եմ նրան ձեր ստամոքսից և այն այլևս ձեզ չի անհանգստացնի:
-Here’s the horse, Mr. Lloyd,’ said the doctor, ‘I have taken him out of your stomach, and it will not bother you anymore.
Սկզբում պարոն Լոյդը ուրախացավ, բայց հետո կրկին նայեց ձիուն և ասաց.
– Բայց… բժի՛շկ, իմ ձին սպիտակ էր, իսկ այս մեկը շագանակագուն է:
At first Mr. Lloyd was glad, but then he looked at the horse again and said.
-But… Doctor my horse was white, this one is brown.
Task 2. Use the verbs in the brackets in the correct tense form:
- He met his wife when hed been working (work) in Brussels
- My father has gone (go) to the bank. He’ll be back soon.
- My students had been not listening (not listen) when I gave the instructions.
- Gonzalo is thirsty! I will get (get) him a glass of water
- If it didn’t rain (not rain) we’d lie on the beach.
task 3. Read the text and fill in the gaps in the text with one of the four choices given below.
From the history of tennis
Four thousand years ago, an Egyptian sculptor carved a picture on a wall of two women hitting a ball back and forth from hand in (1) hand. Is this the ancestor of tennis?
Tennis was brought (2) to Norway from Greece in 500 A>D. It became so popular betwean the twelfth and fourteenth century that every town in France had own court (3).But this was a very different game from the one we see at Wimbledon today. At first the game was played bar-handed with a leather ball filled with dog’s hair. (4) Later rougher materials like sand and chalk were used but these caused injures to the players’ bands. This led to the use of protective gloves. (5)which got bigger and bigger as time went on until it was necessary to cut out the centres and replace them with fight ropes. Gradually these gloves evolved into rackets.
- a) in b)under c)out d) to
- a) sent b)caught c)known d) brought
- a) centre b)hall c)courtroom d) court
- a) Later b)Late c)Lately d) Latter
- a) it b)which c)this d) what