# Английский язык. Ч.3 (Units 9,10). Ильичева Н.А - 27 стр.

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13. People used … fire by rubbing two sticks together (make).
14. He suggested research into the effects of pollution on fish breeding (do).
15. He threatened … the children when they disobeyed him (punish).
16. They continued … over this point for two hours (argue).
25. Consider which verb form is more likely and why.
1. I saw him cut/cutting his finger.
2. I heard the baby cry/crying for most of the night.
3. I saw the plane crash/crashing into the hill and burst/bursting into flames.
4. I felt the bee bite/biting me.
5. As we passed his house we heard him practice/practicing the violin.
6. I noticed her quickly slip/slipping something into her pocket and leave
the shop.
7. When I came out of the café I noticed some children play/playing football
across the street.
26. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct infinitive form or the -ing form.
1) a. She answered the doorbell and went on … the meat (cook).
b. Please go on … I don’t want to interrupt you (write).
2) a. He got annoyed because his wife stopped … in every shop window (look).
b. Just stop … and listen for a moment (talk).
3) a. I like … to the dentist every six months (go).
b. She likes … stamps. It’s her hobby (collect).
4) a. The two sides will probably try … an agreement during the talks (reach).
b. You should try … more fruit. It’s good for your health (eat).
5) a. I meant … you a postcard but I forgot to take my address book (send).
b. She is determined to lose weight even if it means … sweet things (give up).
6) a. I distinctly remember … the front door in the morning (lock).
b. I must remember … him the medicine after dinner (give).
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   13. People used … fire by rubbing two sticks together (make).
14. He suggested … research into the effects of pollution on fish breeding (do).
15. He threatened … the children when they disobeyed him (punish).
16. They continued … over this point for two hours (argue).

25. Consider which verb form is more likely and why.
1. I saw him cut/cutting his finger.
2. I heard the baby cry/crying for most of the night.
3. I saw the plane crash/crashing into the hill and burst/bursting into flames.
4. I felt the bee bite/biting me.
5. As we passed his house we heard him practice/practicing the violin.
6. I noticed her quickly slip/slipping something into her pocket and leave
the shop.
7. When I came out of the café I noticed some children play/playing football
across the street.

26. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct infinitive form or the -ing form.
1) a. She answered the doorbell and went on … the meat (cook).
b. Please go on … I don’t want to interrupt you (write).
2) a. He got annoyed because his wife stopped … in every shop window (look).
b. Just stop … and listen for a moment (talk).
3) a. I like … to the dentist every six months (go).
b. She likes … stamps. It’s her hobby (collect).
4) a. The two sides will probably try … an agreement during the talks (reach).
b. You should try … more fruit. It’s good for your health (eat).
5) a. I meant … you a postcard but I forgot to take my address book (send).
b. She is determined to lose weight even if it means … sweet things (give up).
6) a. I distinctly remember … the front door in the morning (lock).
b. I must remember … him the medicine after dinner (give).
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