Kjaxhnckl; pcol

  • 13 нояб. 2012 г.
  • 34833 Слова
УО «БЕЛОРУССКИЙ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННЫЙ ЭКОНОМИЧЕСКИЙ УНИВЕРСИТЕТ»


Л.С. Шуплякова


GRAMMAR IN COMMUNICATION

Учебное пособие по дисциплине «Коммуникативная грамматика»





Учебное пособие для студентов II курса
факультета Высшая школа туризма









Минск: БГЭУ, 2011

Рецензент: Новик Н.А., заведующий кафедрой профессионально ориентированной английской речи Учреждения образования «Белорусскийгосударственный экономический университет», доцент.


Рекомендовано кафедрой профессионально ориентированной английской речи УО «Белорусский государственный экономический университет»



Л.С. Шуплякова
GRAMMAR IN COMMUNICATION = Учебное пособие по дисциплине «Коммуникативная грамматика»/ Л.С. Шуплякова. - БГЭУ, 2011. – 136c.


Настоящее учебное пособие предназначено для студентов 2 курса ФВШТ по дисциплине«Коммуникативная грамматика». Может быть использовано в курсе грамматики на факультетах МБК и МЭО. Пособие состоит из 2-х разделов и посвящено изучению сослагательного наклонения и неличных форм глагола. Учебный материал отобран с учетом программных требований, профессиональных интересов и потребностей студентов-экономистов, что стимулирует познавательную деятельность обучаемых.
При егоподготовке издания были использованы оригинальные источники информации.

CONTENTS
1. Part I. Conditional and Unreal Actions…………………………………………..3
Unit 1. Conditional Sentences………………………………………………..3
Unit 2. Unreal Past. Subjunctive II in Object Clauses with Wish...................22
Unit 3. Unreal Past. Subjunctive II after the Phrases It’s time, would rather/sooner, had better and in Clauses of Comparison andConcession….40
2. Part II. Verbals…………………………………………………………………..58
Unit 1. The Use of the Infinitive in English. Its Forms and Functions……...58
Unit 2. The Use of Participle I in English. Its Forms and Functions………..81
Unit 3. The Use of Participle II in English. Its Forms and Functions………101
Unit 4. The Use of the Gerund in English. Its Forms and Functions……….117
3. ReferenceLiterature…………………………………………………………….136














PART I. CONDITIONAL AND UNREAL ACTIONS

Unit 1. Conditional Sentences

Grammar Introduction

1. Read the following sentences and do the tasks that follow.

1. If you eat all the ice-cream, you’ll be sick.
2. If you have finished washing the floor, I’ll help you clean the kitchen.
3. If we all worked together, we could solve the problem faster.
4. If she were better-qualified, she would havegot the job.
5. If it rains this afternoon, we’re going to stay in and watch some DVDs.
6. She won’t open the door, unless she knows who it is.
7. If the cleaner had been paid more, she wouldn’t have left us.
8. If she were more responsible, they wouldn’t have fired her.
9. Even if he had helped them, they wouldn’t have finished the work in time.
10. If I were you, I would go there at once.
11.If you don’t work harder at school, you’ll never get a good job.
12. If I got a promotion, I would be the happiest man in the world.

1.1 Say whether the sentences express real or unreal actions.

1.2 Find the parts of the sentences that express condition and the parts that express consequence (result).

2. Read the text and find out the verb forms employed for expressing unreal actions.

“If youdon’t work harder at school, you’ll never get a good job.” I remember my parents saying these words to me when I was at school. If I had listened to them then, I wouldn’t have become what I am now. I would have been so much more, if I had tried harder. I haven’t always been a tramp actually; when I left school I had a job as a milkman and if the hours had been easier, I would have done it for muchlonger, but I hated getting up so early in the morning. When I lost my job, I couldn’t pay the rent, so my landlord said if I didn’t get another job, I would be on the streets; and before I knew it, I was. I could have got another job if I had wanted to, but at first I quite enjoyed the freedom of the outdoor life. If you sleep out in summer, it is not too...
tracking img