# Иностранный язык. Учебное пособие. Мартемьянова Н.В - 11 стр.

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3. She is sure to be accepted to the University.
4. I am glad to be invited to the party.
5. We are glad to hear the news.
6. She is sorry to keep you waiting.
III Use the infinitive instead of the relative clause.
Example: This is the list of words which must be learnt.
This is the list of words to be learnt.
1. Well find someone who will help us if you are busy.
2. The project which is to be submitted next week is not ready yet.
3. The work which is to be done by the students includes written translation from
English into Russian.
IV Make up sentences according to the example.
Example: time/ he/ come/ back.
Its time for him to come back.
1. high time/ we/ say goodbye to everybody.
2. time/ the child/ go to bed.
3. time/ she/ put up with his behaviour.
4. about time/ we / leave/ the house.
5. High time/ he/ ring me up.
The Complex Object
I Open the brackets and use the Complex Object.
1. Do you want (they, stay) at the hotel or with us?
2. Id like (the professor, look through) my report.
3. Do you want (I, show) you the sight of the city?
4. We expect (he, arrange) everything by the time we come.
5. I want (she, tell) me the news in brief.
6. He expected (the meeting, hold) in the Red Room.
7. I would like (they, fix) an appointment for me for Tuesday.
8. I suspect (he, help) by her.
II Change complex sentences into sentences with the Complex Object.
1. I did not expect that she would forget about my birthday.
2. She saw how the children were playing in the park.
3. Do you know that he went abroad two days ago?
4. I like to watch how she dances.
5. She could hardly believe that he had been rescued.
6. He expects that everybody will be ready to this work.
7. I hate when people shout at each other.
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3. She is sure to be accepted to the University.
4. I am glad to be invited to the party.
5. We are glad to hear the news.
6. She is sorry to keep you waiting.

III Use the infinitive instead of the relative clause.
Example: This is the list of words which must be learnt.
This is the list of words to be learnt.
1. We’ll find someone who will help us if you are busy.
2. The project which is to be submitted next week is not ready yet.
3. The work which is to be done by the students includes written translation from
English into Russian.

IV Make up sentences according to the example.
Example: time/ he/ come/ back.
It’s time for him to come back.
1. high time/ we/ say goodbye to everybody.
2. time/ the child/ go to bed.
3. time/ she/ put up with his behaviour.
4. about time/ we / leave/ the house.
5. High time/ he/ ring me up.

The Complex Object
I Open the brackets and use the Complex Object.
1. Do you want (they, stay) at the hotel or with us?
2. I’d like (the professor, look through) my report.
3. Do you want (I, show) you the sight of the city?
4. We expect (he, arrange) everything by the time we come.
5. I want (she, tell) me the news in brief.
6. He expected (the meeting, hold) in the Red Room.
7. I would like (they, fix) an appointment for me for Tuesday.
8. I suspect (he, help) by her.

II Change complex sentences into sentences with the Complex Object.
1. I did not expect that she would forget about my birthday.
2. She saw how the children were playing in the park.
3. Do you know that he went abroad two days ago?
4. I like to watch how she dances.
5. She could hardly believe that he had been rescued.
6. He expects that everybody will be ready to this work.
7. I hate when people shout at each other.