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in 2100 all children won`t go to the school. they will study at home. in 2100 all people will be able to have free flight to the space. in 2100 all people will know 8 or 9 langueges. in 2100 all people will have robots.
they will have planted trees in their garden by 7 o'clock tomorrow в future in the past будетиметьтакойвид: they would have planted trees in their garden by 7 o'clock tomorrow. соответственно вопросы будут следующие:
would they have planted trees in their garden by 7 o'clock tomorrow?
would they have planted trees or flowers in their garden by 7 o'clock tomorrow?
who would have planted trees in their garden by 7 o'clock tomorrow?
what would they have planted in their garden by 7 o'clock tomorrow?
where would they have planted trees by 7 o'clock tomorrow?
when would they have planted trees in their garden?
what would they have done in their garden by 7 o'clock tomorrow?
they would have planted trees in their garden by 7 o'clock tomorrow, wouldn’t they?
theology, logic and rhetoric. oxford university of today is a federation of 48 colleges, each largely independent. the governing body of oxford university is the congregation of 1500 men – the assembly of all the members of the colleges. the collages admit students, organize programs, students` work and residence, laboratories, libraries and term examinations and confers degrees. forty colleges of 48
admit only men, two collages are mixed and six colleges are only for women. a person studying for a degree at a british university is called a graduate. b. a. or b. sc stands for arts or of science, the first degree given after a period of 3-4 years of specialized study at a university. m. a or m. sc denotes master of arts, or of science, a higher degree, usually conferred after a year`s post-graduate study.
social changes have certainly transformed oxford considerably. some of the traditions have gone in the past. however in spite of all these changes oxford has not lost its distinctive charater.).
a)childs^,b)women^s, c)girl^s, d)mens^. 7.do not do many things same time. a)at, b)on, c)in, d)during. 8. way, where are my books? a)from, b)at, c)by, d)with. 9. we will still be here . a)in, b)on, c)at, d)to. 10. all cars have wheels. a)a, b)an, c)the, d) - . 11. how did you get there a)yesterday, b)now, c)tomorrow, d)this year. 12. this student studies than his friends. a) bad, b)the worst, c)worst, d)worse. 13. i need
paper to write down the telephone number. a) a few, b)some, c)few, d)little.
of weather observers all over the world. however, things have changed. with the development of the telegraph in the 1840's, then radio and telephone, new observing systems such as instrumented balloons, radar and satellites have appeared. they are now part of the range of tools that (4) be used by weather watchers. thus (таким образом), the quality (качество) of the data, the
possibilities (возможности) of meteorologists to exchange information from the weather stations in different regions and the rate (скорость) of this exchange have experienced a huge leap (скачок), especially with the appearance of computers. the data collected by different weather observers, (5) be brought to processing ['prooscsig] computers. the processed ['praosest]
information in the form of forecasts, maps, and even three-dimensional models (6) be sent back to weather information users via television, radio, and the internet. but today nobody can say how weather (7) be predicted in the future, or how accurately it (8) be predicted. поставить слова перед каторыми стоит цифра вот например (8)be predicted в passiv
your father (to go) on a business trip last month? 7. what nick (to do) yesterday? 8. when nick (to get) up every morning? 9. where your mother (to go) tomorrow? 10. i (to invite) my friends to come to my place tomorrow. 11. he (not to play) the piano tomorrow. 12. we (to see) a very good film last sunday. 13. your mother (to cook) every day? 14. we (to make) a fire last summer. 15. i (to spend) last
summer at the sea-side. 16. where you (to spend) last summer? 17. where he (to spend) next summer? 18. what mother (to do) now? — she (to cook) dinner. 19. i (not to play) computer games yesterday. 20. last sunday we (to go) to the theatre. 21. i (to (meet) my friend yesterday. 22. i (to write) a letter to my cousin yesterday. 23. you (to write) a dictation tomorrow? 24. i (not to write) a report now.