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I was born on the 5th of November,
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We came to Moscow. They went to the theatre.Ill be busy from 10 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Give this book to me.
since (, - )Ill have a rest since July till August.
till (, - )Till Friday Ill be very busy.
into ()Put the book into the bag.
onto (, -)Put the pen from the drawer onto the table.
before (, )The accident took place before our era.
after ()
I went there after the stopped.
about1. ()
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Please, tell me about him.
Come about 2 p.m.It was about noon, when she came home.
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I have lived there for 2 years.
I went for a walk.
That is a present for you.
We left for St. Petersburg at 10 p.m.
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All the students of this group passed the exams perfectly. You must never think of him badly.
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His face was pale with fear.
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This poem was written by Pushkin.
He was standing by the window.
He had already come by 3 p.m.
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among ( )The farther divided the apples among all his children.
except (for) ( , )Everybody likes it except me.
besides (, )There were 5 boys in the room besides me.
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I, me, you, he, him, she, her, it, we, us, you, they, them
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my, mine, your, yours, his, her,
hers, its, our, ours, your, yours,
their, theirs
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each other, one another)


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this, these, that, those, such, the same, it
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who, whom, what, which, whose)


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who, whom, what, which, whose, that)


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no, none, neither, no one, nobody, nothing
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some, any, somebody, someone, something,
anybody, anyone, anything, one)


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all, both, either, each, every, everybody, everyone, everything, other, another)
 


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The Present Indefinite (Simple)   
To be to have (got)
   
The Present Continuous   
to be going to   
, Continuous 
The Present Perfect   

Present Perfect Past Indefinite
   
The Present Perfect Continuous   



The Past Indefinite (Simple)
The Past Continuous
The Past Perfect
The Past Perfect Continuous 


 


The Future Indefinite (Simple)  
The Future Continuous  
The Future Perfect  
The Future Perfect Continuous 
The Future in the Past 





   


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to have (to), to be (to)
  
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need, dare
  


 




 
 
  
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3.1.1. Present Indefinite
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I vodka every day - .
every day :
usually, seldom, often, from time to time,
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3.1.4. Present Perfect Continuous
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I have been vodking since childhood.
( inclusive).

( exclusive).


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3.2.1 Past Indefinite ( )

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3.2.2. Past Continuous ( ).

3.2.1.

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I wiil vodka tomorrow. - .
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Tomorrow by 5 o'clock I will have vodked. -
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