Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets.

1. The most popular "outdoor" winter sports are ... ... ... .

2. Summer affords excellent opportunities for... ... ... .

3. Among outdoor games ... takes the first place in public interest; this game is played in all the countries of the world.

4. Among indoor games the most popular are... ... ... ... .

5. The results of chess you tournaments are ... ... by thousands Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets. of enthusiasts in different countries.

(swimming, boating, yachting; studied and discussed; football; billiards, table, tennis, draughts; skating, skiing, hockey;)

Ex. 3. Study Active Vocabulary and name:

a) as many kinds of спорт as you can; b) some open-air games; c) sortie indoor games.

Ex.4. Speak on each kind of спорт on the Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets. list below; briefly describe. Say a few words about its advantages and attractive features:

mountaineering, rowing, yachting, hockey, tennis, basket-ball, volley-ball,-chess, boxing, wrestling, fencing, artistic gymnastics, figure-skating, skiing, skating, ski jumping, sky-diving

Grammar: The Past Perfect Continuous Tense.

Affirmative Negative Interrogative
I had been working Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets. I had not been working HadIbeen working?

I’d been workingIhadn’t been working

· The Past Perfect Continuous Tense.

· Inclusive: denotes an action which began before a definite moment in the past, continued up to that moment and was still going on at that moment. It is used with: -since Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets., for We had

Been climbing for six hours when at last we reached the summit of the mountain.

· Exclusive: denotes an action which was no longer going on at a definite moment in the past, but which had been in progress not long before. Outside everything was in Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets. deep snow. It had been snowing hard all night?(not at that moment)

Ex.5.Put the verb in brackets into the Past Perfect Continuous.

1. Clouds (gather) all day now rain came down in sheets. 2. “I’ am coming all right, “said Mr. Dilinger, who (shiver) for the last ten minutes. 3. I realized Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets. that he had come away with me in order to discuss once more what he already (discuss) for hours with his sister-in-law.4. I slowly released a breath and only then realized that I (hold) it for some time.

Ex.6.Put the verb in brackets into the Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets. Past Indefinite, the Past Perfect and the Past Perfect Tense.

1. When I (leave )home, the snow already (stop). 2. It (be) 6 p.m. and Jack (be) tired because he (work) hard all day. 3. He clearly (listen) to our conversation and I (wonder) how much he (hear). 4.She (say) she (teach) at Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets. this school for twenty years. 5.He (say) he just (finish) the book he (read) all this time. 6.The postman (come) after lunch and (bring) me a letter which I (expect) for a long time.7.It (rain) since the morning, and the fields (be) quite muddy.

Ex.7.Answer the questions.

Examples Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets.: Did you work at your English Yesterday? – Yes, I did.

How long had you been working at your English before you went for a walk?(for an hour )- I had been working at my English for an hour.

1.Did it rain yesterday?........ . How long had it been Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets. raining when you left home?(for 3 hours)....... . 2. Did she work at the University before she retired?......... . How long had she been working there before she retired?(for 25 years).... . 3. Did you stay at the hotel when you were in London?........ . How long had you been living there when Jane arrived Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets.?(for a fortnight)..... .4. Did they study French before they went to France?...... . How long had they been studying it before they went there?(for 5 years ).... 5. Did they work on their book last year?....... . How had they been working on it before they sent it to the publishing house?(for 2 years).... .

Ex Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets..8.Make up sentences according to the pattern.

Example: You come home. Your children were watching television.(they/ not/ do/ any work)-They hadn’t been doing any work.

1.Brother and sister came home with angry faces.(they/ quarrel/ on the way home) 2. There was nobody in the flat Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets.. But a delicious smell of fresh bread was in the air.(Mother /bake bread) 3. Mary closed her eyes. She felt very tired. (she/ read/ too long) 4. You came home from a party. You were nearly dropping on your feet.(you /dance/ all night) 5. When I looked at my typewriter, I Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets. saw a sheet of paper in it.(somebody/ use/ my typewriter)

Ex.9. Put the verb in brackets into the Past Indefinite, the Past Continuous and the Past Perfect Continuous.

1. When I (get) home that evening, my little son(eat) dinner himself for the first time.2. My Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets. sister’s wedding (be) the only thing everybody (talk) at home for the last two weeks. 3. They (go) back to the hotel and up to their suite, where they (expect) the inspector at six – thirty.4. Presently he (turn) to look at the corner where she (stand). 5. He just(leave)for the Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets. airport when I (call). 6.” Who are you thinking of?” he (ask) after he (look) at me for a few seconds.7.They stand in the open front doorway, waiting for her to come in out of the rain.8. Nobody (know) where Smith (go). 9.When he (come) back to the Ex.2.Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets. conference room, he (see) that the situation (change).


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