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учебные материалы Syntax Parsing - 1
State vs Action
State vs Action (3)
State vs Action (Episode 1)
State vs Action (Exercise 2) Affirmative Statements
take + N in + N
There + be + rheme + theme - 1
There + be + rheme + theme - 2
There + be + rheme + theme - 3
So/Nor Do I
So/Nor Do I (2)
Embedded Questions
Embedded Questions - Listening and Writing
Embedded Questions - Speaking 1
Embedded Questions - Speaking 2
Embedded Questions - Speaking 3
Embedded Questions - Speaking 4
Cleft Sentences 1
Cleft Sentences 2
It + take + object + infinitive
It is easy for you to do (1)
It is easy for you to do (2)
It is easy for you to do (3)
Complex Subject 1
Complex Subject 2
Complex Subject 3
Complex Subject 4
Complex Object
Complex Object - Exercise 2
Complex Object (java)
can't help + Gerund/Infinitive
feel like + G
as-soon-as Structures
SO / SUCH (A(N)) / ENOUGH /TOO (1)
SO / SUCH (A(N)) / ENOUGH /TOO (2)
Reported Speech
Used-To Structures
The more ... , the better ...
Causative Voice - Exersice 1
The Causative Voice
Emphatic Inversion
Emphatic Inversion (Speaking)
Relative Clauses - who(m), that, which
Exclamatory Sentences


Кос��енная речь.

Reported Speech. Model 1. - В реплике утверждение в изъявительном наклонении.

reported_speech_01.swf
reported_speech_02.swf
reported_speech_03.swf
reported_speech_04.swf


She said to me, "You are very late!"
She said to me (that) I was very late.

She said to me, "You were very late!"
She said to me (that) I had been very late.

She said to me, "You will be very late!"
She said to me (that) I would be very late.