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Act as a teacher in class, using the material from the lectures above.
Ex. 4. Helen's eyes were not very good. So she usually wore glasses. But when she was seventeen and began to go out with a young man, she never wore her glasses when she was with him. When he came to the door to take her out, she took her glasses off but when she came home again she put them on.
One day her mother said to her: "Helen, why do you never wear your glasses when you're with Jim? He takes you to beautiful places in his car but you don't see anything." "Well, Mother," said Helen, "I look prettier to Jim when I'm not wearing my glasses and he looks better to me, too."
Ex. 16.One day Mrs. Johnes went shopping. When her husband came home in the evening, she began to tell him about a beautiful cotton dress. She saw it in the shop that morning she said and... "And you want to buy it," said her husband. "How much does it cost?" "Fifteen pounds." "Fifteen pounds for a cotton dress? That is too much." But every evening when Mr. Johnes came back from work his wife continued to speak only about the dress and at last after a week he said: "Oh, buy the dress. Here is the money" She was very happy. But the next evening when Mr. Johnes came home and asked: "Have you got this famous dress?" she said: "No." "Why not?" he asked. "Well, it was still in the window of the shop after a week, so I thought nobody else wanted this dress, so I don't want it either."
Ex. 12.See p. 104.
Ex. 14.A pretty well-dressed young lady stopped a taxi in a big square and said to the driver: "Do you see that young man on the other side of the square?" "Yes," said the taxi-driver. The young man was standing outside the restaurant and looking impatiently at his watch every few seconds. "Take me over there," said the young lady. There were a lot of cars and buses and trucks in the square, so the taxi-driver asked: "Are you afraid to cross the street?" "Oh, no," said the young lady, "but I'm three quarters of an hour late. I said that I'd meet that young man for lunch at one o'clock, and it is now a quarter to two, but if I arrive in a taxi, it will at least seem as if I tried not to be late."