Ought (to) 276
Эквивалентен по значению should
You ought to get your hair cut.
m 1. Переведите предложения. Поясните значение модального глагола.
Пример: It may rain today. – Сегодня может пойти дождь. (вероятность)
1. She will go to London next year. 2. He shall go to school! (obligation) 3. Lucy will change her job at Easter. 4. It might rain today. 5. She may go to the cinema. 6. She may not go to the concert. 7. They might not go to the USA. 8. Can I help you? 9. I must go. 10. I had to go. 11. I will have to go. 12. I mustn't go. 13. I didn't have to go. 14. I won't have to go. 15. You ought to thank them. 16. They should be happy. 17. You ought to exercise every day. 18. She can speak English. 19. Could you tell me the time, please? 20. They could walk faster when they were younger.
m 2. Заполните пропуски модальными глаголами в прошедшем времени "could have, might have, must have, should have, may have, can't have". Некоторые из них могут быть употреблены несколько раз. Помните, что в некоторых случаях в одном и том же месте можно использовать несколько глаголов.
Carla is a secretary. She works very hard and is very respected at her office, but today she is sick and couldn't come to work. She's at home, but she has moved to a new apartment recently and nobody at the office has her new address or telephone number. Jeff and Marcia work with her. They need some letters that she typed yesterday.
1– Jeff: 'Have you found Carla's new number? She _____ written it somewhere around here.'
2– Marcia: 'No, but she _____ typed the letters because I know she never leaves work undone.'
3– Jeff: 'That's true, but where are they? She knew we need to mail them today. She _____ given them to someone yesterday, in case she didn't come.'
4– Marcia: 'Jeff, she didn't know she was going to get sick, the poor woman! She _____ felt bad after she got home last night.'
Jeff: 'I wonder if she didn't do it on purpose...'
5– Marcia: 'Jeff!!! Don't say that! You know she _____ done it on purpose. She's the best secretary we have here.'
6– Jeff: 'I know, I'm sorry. I _____ said something very bad about her, but you know I'm really upset about not finding those letters.'
Marcia: 'That's OK, but we really have to find those letters now. Dr. Kelly is going to ask us if we mailed them today, and we have to give him an answer.'
7– Jeff: 'Well, he _____ forgotten all about it. Let's hope he did.'
Marcia: 'Dr. Kelly? Forgotten about it? You must be kidding.'
8– Jeff: 'Hmm. You're right. Come on, let's go to Carla's mother's house. Carla _____ left her new address or phone number there.'
Marcia: 'That's a good idea. Let's go.'
|to outline||намечать (в общих чертах)|
|desire||желание , стремление|
|to ensure||обеспечить, гарантировать|
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1. What is criminal procedure composed of?
2. Where is the procedure for criminal trials in federal courts outlined?
3. What does the US Constitution Bill of Rights provide?
4. What does an adversarial / accusatorial model mean?
5. What are the rules of criminal procedure designed for?
6. Are the rules of criminal procedure different from those of civil procedure? Why?