Добрый день. Вчера отправляла задание на проверку на Ваш форум, но что-то его не вижу в темах. Поэтому отправляю еще раз. Спасибо
Задание 1 - Ответить на вопросы
1. What’s the man doing? Does it annoy you when people do this?
He is talking on the mobile. It annoys me when it is a long and unless gossip.
2. Does this happen a lot in your country?
Yes, this does.
3. What other things do people do with mobiles that annoy you?
When the people are sitting at the table with other people and they are obsessed by their mobile, when somebody talks loudly on the mobile if he or she is in a public place and don’t switch off the mobile in the cinema or the class.
Задание 2 - Описать картинку и сказать, как это характеризует англичан. (Извините, картинку не буду прикладывать)))
In the first picture the man is drowning and shouts only «help!» and another man who is going with a dog doesn’t pay attention to him. In the second picture the drowning man tells a long polite speech and the man who is going with the dog threw him a life belt.
I understand that being polite is very important to the English. If you want someone to do something, you must ask them politely.
I think it mustn’t refer to the case when somebody is in danger. The drowning man is in a state of affect and the man with the dog mustn’t remain indifferent and he should throw the life belt to drowning person straight away and save him.
Задание 3. intil или by. Cделала упражнение на эту тему. Были ошибки в следующих предложениях. Объясните, пожалуйста, почему в этих случаях нужно использовать intil, а не by, и наоборот.
1. I've been offered a job. I haven't decided yet whether to accept it or now. I have to decide by Friday. (почему не intil Friday)
2.If you want to take part in the competition, you have to apply by 3 April (почему не intil 3 April).
3. If you want to apply for the job, your application must be received by next Friday. (можно, например ... until 2 June или нужно ... by 2 June, by Friday и т.д.).
Проверьте, пожалуйста, еще 1 предложение
Last night I watched TV. By the time I finished / by the time I had finished, it was too late.