# Иностранный язык. Учебное пособие. Мартемьянова Н.В - 6 стр.

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5. Its important to protect endangered species or there will be nothing left for future
generation.
5. Cutting down rainforests leads to the extinction of many unique plants.
6. Im sorry I threw your newspaper away yesterday. I didnt know you were reading
it.
7. I expect youll see Jack today. Please, remind him about tomorrows meeting.
8. She must have loved him very much because she waited for him so long.
IV Answer the following questions using Conditional of a certain type.
1. If you were offered two jobs, one which was interesting but badly paid, and one
which was boring but well-paid, which would you accept?
2. What would you do if you were the leader of your country?
3. What would you do if you were a millionaire?
4. If you came home and found someone burgling your house, what would you do?
The Subjunctive Mood.
I Write a wish/ if only for each of the following sentences.
1. You want to go out but you havent go out but I havent got enough money.
2. You forgot to have your holiday photographs developed.
3. You dream of being a world class racing driver.
5. He regrets not taking her threats seriously.
6. Stop treating me that way!
7. Im fed up with your lies!
8. Its a pity I cant speak English.
9. You didnt take your parents advice and now you regret it.
10. It didnt cross your mind to wear a coat and now you are cold.
11. Im sorry I neglected my responsibilities.
12. Please, stop shouting at me !
II Answer the following questions by expressing a preference for a different
action.
Example: Can I write my essay on the back of an envelope?
Possible answers: Id rather you didnt
I d rather you wrote it on a sheet of foolscap.
I prefer you to write it on foolscap.
1. Can I park my helicopter on the roof of your house?
2. Can I go out tonight?
3. Can I have a snake tattooed round my neck?
4. Can I paint your door red ?
III Put down the verbs in brackets into the correct tense.
1. Id rather we (leave) next Friday.
2. Id rather you (tell) me where you went yesterday.
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5. It’s important to protect endangered species or there will be nothing left for future
generation.
5. Cutting down rainforests leads to the extinction of many unique plants.
6. I’m sorry I threw your newspaper away yesterday. I didn’t know you were reading
it.
7. I expect you‘ll see Jack today. Please, remind him about tomorrow’s meeting.
8. She must have loved him very much because she waited for him so long.

IV Answer the following questions using Conditional of a certain type.
1. If you were offered two jobs, one which was interesting but badly paid, and one
which was boring but well-paid, which would you accept?
2. What would you do if you were the leader of your country?
3. What would you do if you were a millionaire?
4. If you came home and found someone burgling your house, what would you do?

The Subjunctive Mood.
I Write a wish/ if only for each of the following sentences.
1. You want to go out but you haven’t go out but I haven’t got enough money.
2. You forgot to have your holiday photographs developed.
3. You dream of being a world class racing driver.
5. He regrets not taking her threats seriously.
6. Stop treating me that way!
7. I’m fed up with your lies!
8. It’s a pity I can’t speak English.
9. You didn’t take your parents advice and now you regret it.
10. It didn’t cross your mind to wear a coat and now you are cold.
11. I’m sorry I neglected my responsibilities.
12. Please, stop shouting at me !

II Answer the following questions by expressing a preference for a different
action.
Example: Can I write my essay on the back of an envelope?
Possible answers: I’d rather you didn’t
I’ d rather you wrote it on a sheet of foolscap.
I prefer you to write it on foolscap.
1. Can I park my helicopter on the roof of your house?
2. Can I go out tonight?
3. Can I have a snake tattooed round my neck?
4. Can I paint your door red ?

III Put down the verbs in brackets into the correct tense.
1. I’d rather we … (leave) next Friday.
2. I’d rather you … (tell) me where you went yesterday.