III razred, nastavni plan i program za gimnaziju prirodno-matematickog smera

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III - (3 , 108 )

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I. 1. ) They all know that she will come back.) - The lady who/that was here yesterday has gone to London.I ve lost the book which/ that I bought this morning. ( ).- ()My friend Bob, who you met yesterday, is coming with us.) - ()He treats me as if I were a child. He runs faster than I do.- Tell me where to sit.- Come as soon as you can. .II. 1. ) , , , , The chair is in the corner. This was the best she could do.The sooner the better. Is the British Museum open on Monday?) The Germans lost the war.) , arm in arm, cheek to cheek .Europe, Wales, Lake Mishigan, London, Greenland, Ben NevisHe was elected president in 1897. They danced cheek to cheek.2. ) - pluralia tantum - scissors, trousers- pluralia tantum - arms, glasses, goods, jeans .- - means, series, species .There has been an interesting series of concerts recently.There were several series of lectures at the university last year.- Two coffees, please.) - - people, cattle, police .There were a lot of people at the meeting. The cattle are grazing.- - family, team .My family is a large one. My family are living in different parts of the country.) /3. ) - (we, you, they)They say she left him a few years ago.- ONEOne neverknows what may happen next.- (some, somebody, someome, something; any, anyone, anybody, anything)Someone is knocking at the door. There was something very pleasing in her eyes. Did you see anybody there?Can I get some juice? - Sorry, there isnt any.4. /) ) the stolen money, the wounded soldier .) The accused stood up.5. :- : nought/naught, zero- : nil/nothing: love - ( , .).III. 1. ) - ) The Present Perfect Tense When he has finished the work hell go to England.) The Future Perfect Tense (P)I shall have finished the work by the time you come.) - He ought to have come earlier. It must have been nine oclock when he came.) WOULD/USED TO When we were children we would/used to go skating every winter.) - Its no use (crying).I cant help (crying).- continue, go on, prefer, avoid .People should avoid hurting each other. She prefers reading to going out.) ()They want him to be an engineer.) ( )drink up, give in, bring over, refer to .2. - ) early, fast, pretty .This is a fast car. He runs fast.) -ly, He works hard. He hardly works at all.IV. co-, dis-, in-, mis-, over-; -dom, -ness, -ful, -ment, -tion, -thV. (PERmit, perMIT)VI. VII. .

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