Помогите пожалуйста open the brackets using present simple or present continious, past simple or past continious. 1. fred constantly (come) to school unprepared for his classes! 2. my uncle says they (bulld) a new garage. 3 what your father (do)? he (to be) a photographer. 4. jack (put) on his coat when the telephone (ring). 5. mr. potter (sit) on the bench the whole evening. it was so quiet and peaceful around. 6.i (wait) for ann for an hour and then left. 7. what you (do) at 11 p.m. yesterday? 8. listen to them! what language they (speak)? 9. you always (talk) while writing tests! 10. you can borrow my dictionary. i (not need) it now. 11.1 (meet) him yesterday when he (sit) in the café.
Помогите пожалуйста,очень нужен ответ.выпишите из 1-го и 4-го абзацев предложения,содержащие независимый причастный оборот,и переведите их на русский язык 1. in number of population (57.1mln—1990) great britain holds one of the first places among the european countries. britain ranks fourteenth in the world in terms of population. the english make up over 4/5 of the total population of the country.the proportion of the scotsmen, welshmen and irishmen is about 15 per cent. this group includes foreigners too. 4. the birth rates declined from 18 live births per 1,000 population in 1966 to 13.6 in 1989. the main reason of this is associated with the social conditions in the country: the growth of unemployment, deterioration of the living standards, social tension, expensive housing, lack of pre-school institutions, etc. so there is a substantial fall in the natural increase of the population, the mortality rate remaining more or less stable, about 12 per 1,000 population.
Reading read the text. then answer the questions. job search is something that most people will have to face in what - that moment of your life. many teenagers start this process early and start their search in the summer, when school ends and they have more free time, or when they are studying at university. 1) however, when looking for a job, it is good to have a plan. finding a job can be hard work, and a good attitude and proper planning can certainly increase the chances of finding something that suits you. before you start searching, you should ask yourself a few questions: what are you really interested in? if you know the answer to this question, it will help you knock on the right doors. in addition, you are less likely to get upset once you start working. 2) ＿ • do i want to find a job in the field in which i will work after graduation from school or university? the job you find may be a job that you do just to earn extra money, gain a sense of responsibility or experience and meet new people. or it could be a job related to what you plan to do after you finish high school or university. 3) ＿ • how much free time do i have and how many hours do i want to work? students ' schedules can be very stressful. see how many you have there is extra time before you look for a job. 4) ＿ •do i want to work somewhere near my home or near my school? the location is very important. people very often spend almost as much time getting to their work as they do to work. when you start your search, it is recommended to talk to your parents, friends and teachers. they may have ideas that they can offer you, or they may know people that you can contact us about the job. find the "employment" section in local newspapers and any ads posted on the boards at your university. before contacting potential employers, write a short description with information about yourself that you think is suitable for the job you are applying for. 5) ＿ this way, if you feel that you have made any mistakes, you can correct them the next time you call or meet with someone at work. if you don't get a job somewhere, be sure to thank them in any case and leave your contact details. this will make a good impression, and they may contact you in the future for work. 1 match the sentences with the numbers in the text. [10 points] a your first job experience is very important, so it is preferable that your first job is something interesting for you. b any job you find should not make it harder for you to find time to complete school assignments. c also, after talking with employers, make notes about how everything went. d starting early has many advantages, such as developing a sense of responsibility and pride, as well as getting extra money for expenses. e for example, if you are interested in technology, you can look for a part -time job in a store that sells computers. °
Помогите пж 11 класс английскийread the text, then answer the questions.looking for work is something most people will have to deal with at some point in their life. many teenagers begin this process early and start their search during the summer when school is out and they have more free time, or when they are in university. 1) when searching for a job, however, it is a good idea to have a plan. job hunting can be hard work and a good attitude and proper planning can certainly increase the chances of finding something that suits you.before beginning your search, there are some questions you should askyourself:what are you really interested in? if you know the answer to this question it will help you knock on the right doors. also, you are less likely to be upset once you start working. 2)• do i want to find a job in a field that i will work in after i finish school or university? the job you find can be work you do just to make extra money, gain a sense of responsibility or experience and meet new people, or, it may be work that is related to what you are planning to do after you finish secondary school or university, 3) how much free time do i have and how many hours do i want to work? students' schedules can be very busy take a look at how much extra time you have before looking for work. 4) do i want to work somewhere near home, or near school? location is very important. people very often spend almost as much time getting to their work as they do working. when you begin your search it is a good idea to speak with your parents, friends and teachers. they may have ideas to give you or may know people you can get in touch with about work. search the employment section of your local newspapers and any announcements posted on boards in your university. before you contact possible employers write an outline with information about yourself which you think is appropriate for the job you are applying to, 5) ＿ this way if you feel you made any mistakes, you can correct them for the next time you call or see someone for work. if you do not get a job somewhere be sure to thank them anyway and leave your contact information. this will make a good impression and they may get in touch with you in the future for work.1 match the sentences to the numbers in the text. [10 points]a your first work experiences are very important, which is why it is preferable that your first job is something you find interesting. b any job you find should not make finding time to complete your schoolwork more difficult for you. c also, after speaking with employers, take notes on how things went. d starting early has many advantages, like developing a sense of responsibility and pride, as well as earning extra spending money. e for example, if you are interested in technology you might look for part-time work at a shop which sells computers.
Put the verb in present continuous or in present simple:1) i (to take) my sister to school now.2) i (to take) her to school every day.3) he (to help) his father now.4) tom (to help) his father very often.5) at the moment they (to go) to the river for a swim.6) they usually (to go) to the river for a swim.7) she (to play) the piano every day.8) she (to play) the violin now.ы9) we (to drink) tea every morning.10)we (to drink) orange juice now.11) ted (to eat) hamburgers a lot.12) i (to eat) a hamburger now.13) the children (to read) now.14) they (to read) every evening.15) what you (to do) now?16) what you (to do) every evening?17) what your brother (to drink) in the morning?18) what your sister (to drink) now?19) we (not to watch) tv now.20) we (not to watch) tv on sundays.21) my mother (not to work) at an office.22) my mother (not to work) now.23) where they (to go) now?24) where they (to go) on monday morning?25) how often she (to take) medicine?26) she (to take) medicine now.27) the students (to speak) english now?28) what language they usually (to speak)?29) mary (to drink) coffee after lunch.30) mary (to drink) coffee now.