Ex.2. Complete thesentences in the Past Perfect.1.Withoutany reason, the customer returned the goods that we ________deliver .2.BeforeEllen could say

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Ex.2. Complete the
sentences in the Past Perfect.

1.Without
any reason, the customer returned the goods that we ________(deliver) .

2.Before
Ellen could say anything, Cindy _______(hang up)  the phone.

3.When
William was employed, I ______(work / already) 
here for three years.

4.I______
(start / just)  to type the letter, when
the phone rang.

5.When
I sent the mail, I realised that I ______(forget)  to attach the file.

6.Sue
and Tom are best friends, though before the meeting last month they
_______(know / not even)  each other.

7.Catherine
_______(meet / not)  Phil Brown before
the trade fair in May.

8.We
spoke about the conference that _______(take place)  the week before.

9.After
the meeting I thanked Misses Last, who _______ (manage)  everything.

10._______(you
/ gain)  experience  in that field before you started to work for
us?

 

Ex. 3. Write the verbs in the Past Perfect. Use the
negative form.

1.  In the shopping
centre, I met a friend who I (see / not) 
for ages.

2.  The burglar  could walk right into the house because you
(lock / not)  the door.

3.  We lost the match
because we (practise / not)  the days
before.

4.  The secretary
quickly copied the papers that she (read / not) .

5.  We ate at a
restaurant last night because I (buy / not) 
anything for dinner.

6.  When we came back,
it was cold in the house because Alice
(close / not)  the windows.

7.  Margaret  was angry with me all day long just because I
(greet / not)  him first.

8.  When I met Jane at
eleven o’clock, she (have / not) 
breakfast yet.

9.  I couldn’t go to
the cinema with my friends last night because I (finish / not)  my homework yet.

10.  Fred answered my
question although I (ask / not)  him.2. Complete the
following sentences with prepositions or adverbs.

1.      
___ conditions ___ competition, the market determines
the price ___ a product.

2.      
___ microeconomics,demand refers ___ the buying
behavior ___ a household.

3.      
Each household, or small-scale decision-making unit,
is affected ____ different factors when making choices ____ what to buy and how
much to buy.

4.      
____ the other side ____ every transaction is a
seller.

5.      
____ considering both their preferences and their
budget, the buyers ensure that they end up ____ the best combination ____ goods
possible.

6.      
Because the household is such a small unit, no
household has a significant impact ____ the market, and so the actions ____ any
single household is its best effort to react ____ the market price and the
goods available.

7.      
The correlation ____ price and how much ____ a good or
service is supplied ____ the market is known as the supply relationship.

8.      
____ other words, the higher the price, the lower the
quantity demanded.

9.      
Buyers want to buy ____ many goods ____ possible, ___
cheaply ___ possible.

10. 
When supply and demand are equal, the economy is said
to be ___ equilibrium.Помогите пожалуйста решить упражнения ))
1. Choose an appropriate phrase to complete the following sentences.

The buying
behaviour, by way of, which is analogous, the price of a product, would
continue buying, weigh heavily, the opportunity cost, to maximize their
utility, the amount of a product, in a standard market.

 

1.     For conventional
economics, the market answers these questions _____________ the operation of
supply and demand.

2.     The market
determines _____________ , and the price determines what is produced, and who
can afford to consume it.

3.     In microeconomics,demand
refers to _____________ of a household.

4.     Consumer
preferences _____________ in a household's buying decisions.

5.     All buyers will try
_____________ , that is, make themselves as happy as possible, by spending what
money they have in the best way possible.

6.     The quantity
demanded is ________ people are willing to buy at a certain price.

7.     In microeconomics,
the smallest unit of supply is the firm, _____________ to the demand unit of
the household.

8.    
Because supply and demand can shift and change,
equilibrium _____________ is also fluid, responding to changes in either market
force.

9.     Products that are
necessities are more insensitive to price changes because consumers
_____________ these products despite price increases.

10.  A price increase of
a good or service that is considered less of 
a necessity will deter more consumers because  _____________ of buying the product will
become too high.

 

  • 1.Without
    any reason, the customer returned the goods that we __had delivered______(deliver) .

    2.Before
    Ellen could say anything, Cindy ___had hung up____(hang up)  the phone. 

    3.When
    William was employed, I ___had already worked___(work / already) 
    here for three years. 

    4.I____had just started__
    (start / just)  to type the letter, when
    the phone rang. 

    5.When
    I sent the mail, I realised that I __had forgotten____(forget)  to attach the file. 

    6.Sue
    and Tom are best friends, though before the meeting last month they
    ___had not even known____(know / not even)  each other. 

    7.Catherine
    ___had not met____(meet / not)  Phil Brown before
    the trade fair in May. 

    8.We
    spoke about the conference that ____had took place___(take place)  the week before. 

    9.After
    the meeting I thanked Misses Last, who ___had managed____ (manage)  everything. 

    10.___had you gained____(you
    / gain)  experience  in that field before you started to work for
    us?

     

    Ex. 3. Write the verbs in the Past Perfect. Use the
    negative form.

    1.  In the shopping
    centre, I met a friend who I had not seen 
    for ages. 

    2.  The burglar  could walk right into the house because you
    had not locked)  the door. 

    3.  We lost the match
    because we had not practised  the days
    before. 

    4.  The secretary
    quickly copied the papers that she had not read

    5.  We ate at a
    restaurant last night because I had not bought 
    anything for dinner. 

    6.  When we came back,
    it was cold in the house because Alice
    had not closed  the windows. 

    7.  Margaret  was angry with me all day long just because I
    had not greeted  him first. 

    8.  When I met Jane at
    eleven o’clock, she had not have
    breakfast yet. 

    9.  I couldn’t go to
    the cinema with my friends last night because I had not finished  my homework yet. 

    10.  Fred answered my
    question although I had not asked him.




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