Тренировочные упражнения с оборотом “There is/are…”. Средний уровень. Intermediate. Часть вторая

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Не останавливаемся и продолжаем выполнять тренировочные упражнения с оборотом “There is/are…”. В прошлом сообщении я написала упражнения для среднего уровня (intermediate), которые состоят из образцов. По данным образцам ( моделям) следует составить самостоятельно предложения и их проговорить. Продолжим тренироваться по моделям..

Model 1. Дано предложение в утвердительной форме, то есть утверждение:

— There is some water in the jug. (milk)

Выражаем несогласие с данным утверждением, и пишем предложение с существительным в скобках, которое выражает правдивое утверждение.

 — There isn’t any water in the jug. There is some milk there.

1. There are some cakes on the plate. (sweets)

2. There are some knives in the drawer. (spoons)

3. There are some diagrams on the wall. (maps)

4. There is a river not far from the town. (lake)

5. There are some gloves on the counter. (ties)

6. There are some interesting stories in the book. (poems)

7. There are some magazines on the table. (newspapers)

8. There are some dictionaries on the shelf. (textbooks)

9. There were mane desks in the hall. (tables)

10. There were some apples in the tree (plums)

Model 2. Дано предложение в повелительном наклонении ( приказ-просьба):

 — Give a pencil from the box.

Даем ответ в отрицательной форме:

 — But there is no pencil there.

1. Give me a magazine from the stand.

2. Give me a fresh egg from the basket.

3. Give me piece of chalk from the box.

4. Give me my hat from the rag.

5. Give me a cake from the plate.

6. Give me a knife from the cupboard.

7. Give me a tooth-brush from my suitcase.

8. Give me my blue tie from the wardrobe.

9. Give me a newspaper from the table.

10. Give me my watch from the pocket of the grey jacket.

Model 3. Дано предложение в утвердительной форме, то есть утверждение:

 — There are two tables in my room.

Выражаем удивление и задаем общий вопрос, на который сами же и отвечаем утвердительно и отрицательно

— Are there two tables in your room?

Yes, there are. ( No , there aren’t)

1. There are many old trees in the park.

2. There are two museums in the street.

3. There are two cars in the garage.

4. There are many photos on the wall.

5. There was much in the lake in summer.

6. There are some English and German books in his library.

7. There is modern furniture in Granny’s room.

8. There was little snow in the fields last summer.

9. There was little furniture in their old house.

10. There was a lot of fish in this river some years ago.

Model 4. Дано предложение в утвердительной форме, то есть утверждение:

 — There are nice curtains in my room. (carpet)

Задаем вопрос о наличии другого предмета ( или предметов) в данном месте. Отвечаем на вопрос утвердительно и отрицательно.

 — Is there a carpet in your room?

 — Yes, there is. ( No, there isn’t)

1. There is a dictionary in my bag. (text-book)

2. There are many tape-recorders in the laboratory. ( film-projectors)

3. There are many apples in the trees this years. ( pears)

4. There are many boys on the skating –rink. ( girls)

5. There are some portraits in the gallery. ( landscapes)

6. There are three cinemas in the town. (theatre)

7. There are some interesting stories in this book. ( fairy –tales)

8. There were some nice hats in the shop yesterday. (caps)

9. There was a good film on TV yesterday.( sports programme)

10.There are two museums in our town. ( picture gallery)

Model 5. Дано предложение в вопросительной форме, то есть вопрос:

– What is there in the middle of your room?

Отвечаем на вопрос:

 — There is a round table there.

1. How many rooms are there in your flat?

2. What is there in the middle of your living room?

3. What is there near the window?

4. What is there opposite the door?

5. What is there in the corner of the room?

6. What is there on the walls of the hall?

7. How many windows are there in the room?

8. How many beds are there in the bedroom?

9. What is there in the kitchen?

10. What is there in your father’s study?