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1. German lassen. Translate the following sentences. Write the sentences before you check them.

1.1. Mein Vater lässt sein Auto einmal in der Woche waschen.



1.2. Dieser Lehrer lässt die Schüler aufstehen.



1.3. Euer Fleiß lässt viel zu wünschen übrig.



1.4. Der Manager lässt sich ein neues Haus bauen.



1.5. Einen Computerbildschirm reparieren kostet normalerweise viel Geld.



1.6. Mrs Simon lässt nicht zu, dass ihre Töchter in die Disco gehen.



1.7. Ich werde das Fahrrad reparieren lassen.



1.8. Er kann das Rauchen nicht lassen.



1.9. Lass die Hunde nicht auf die Strasse.



1.10. Der Zollbeamte ließ mich den Koffer öffnen.



1.11. Sie muss sich untersuchen lassen.



1.12. Dieser Satz lässt sich schwer übersetzen.



1.13. Lass den Tee ziehen, Polly!



1.14. Lass es dir gesagt sein!



1.15. Das lässt sich nicht mehr ändern.


2. Sentences with reflexive verbs. You have to decide which sentence is correct.

2.1. When I (stand) in front of a mirror, I (can / see) .

2.1.1. When I would stand in front of a mirror I can see me.  
2.1.2. When I stood in front of a mirror I can see me.
2.1.3. When I stand in front of a mirror I can see myself.
2.1.4. When I will stand in front of a mirror I can see me.
2.2. Their teacher (teach) them last week that  there (be) many ways of (defend) when (attack).                

2.2.1. Their teacher taught them last week that there is many ways of defending themself when attacked.    
2.2.2. Their teacher taught them last week that there are many ways of defending oneself when being attacked.
2.2.3. Their teacher taught them last week that there were many ways of defending oneself when attacking.
2.2.4. Their teacher teaches them last week that there are many ways of defending oneself when being attacked. 
2.3. After the battle the general (say) to : "Next time we (can / afford / not)  to lose so many soldiers." 

2.3.1. After the battle the general said to themselves: "Next time we cannot afford ourselves to lose so many soldiers."  
2.3.2. After the battle the general said to hisself: "Next time we cannot afford ourselves to lose so many soldiers."
2.3.3. After the battle the general said to himself: "Next time we cannot afford to lose so many soldiers."
2.3.4. After the battle the general was saying to himself: "Next time we cannot afford to lose so many soldiers."
2.4. When I (want) to talk to him five minutes ago, he (turn) round and (run) away.       

2.4.1. When I wanted to talk to him five minutes ago, he turned round and ran away.  
2.4.2. When I wanted to talk to him five minutes ago, he turned himself round and ran away.
2.4.3. When I wanted to talk to him five minutes ago, he turned round and ran himself away.
2.4.4. When I have wanted to talk to him five minutes ago, he turned himself round and ran away.
2.5. (you / remember) our first date? I (hurt) my hand (fall) down the stairs. 

2.5.1. Do you remember our first date? I hurt myself my hand feeling down the stairs.  
2.5.2. Do you remember yourself our first date? I hurt my hand felling down the stairs.
2.5.3. Do you remember yourself our first date? I hurt myself my hand falling down the stairs.
2.5.4. Do you remember our first date? I hurt my hand falling down the stairs.
2.6. Seven years ago a serious accident (happen) in High Street.

2.6.1. Seven years ago a serious accident happened itself in High Street.  
2.6.2. Seven years ago a serious accident happened  in High Street.
2.6.3. Seven years ago a serious accident had happened in High Street.
2.6.4. Seven years ago a serious accident happened itself in High Street.
2.7. After the accident John (refuse) to apologize for (be) a reckless driver.
2.7.1. After the accident John refused himself to apologize for being a reckless driver.  
2.7.2. After the accident John refused to apologize for being a reckless driver.
2.7.3. After the accident John refused to apologize himself for being a reckless driver.
2.7.4. After the accident John refused himself  to apologize himself for being a reckless driver.
2.8. It's great that Neil (distinguish) by good manners.
2.8.1. It's great that Neil distinguishes herself  by good manners.  
2.8.2. It's great that Neil distinguishes him by good manners.
2.8.3. It's great that Neil distinguishes by good manners.
2.8.4. It's great that Neil distinguishes himself by good manners.
2.9. Mrs Trouble said: "You should endeavour (be) excellent messengers of your countries."

2.9.1. Mrs Trouble said: "You should endeavour to be excellent messengers of your countries."  
2.9.2. Mrs Trouble said: "You should endeavour yourselves to be excellent messengers of your countries."
2.9.3. Mrs Trouble said: "You should endeavour to being excellent messengers of your countries."
2.9.4. Mrs Trouble said: "You should endeavour yourself to be excellent messengers of your countries."  
2.10. Last year the Browns (paint) their house and garage by .

2.10.1. Last year the Browns had painted their house and garage by them.  
2.10.2. Last year the Browns had painted their house and garage by themselves.
2.10.3. Last year the Browns painted their house and garage by themselves.
2.10.4. Last year the Browns painted their house and garage by them.


3. Mixed tenses. Pick the sentence with the correct tense.

3.1 We (wait) for you for more than an hour. 

 

 

 

3.2. I (help) you.

 

 

 

3.3. They  (look for) the missing boy now.

 

 

 

3.4. Joff (come back / just) from the Falklands.

 

 

3.5. In the trial yesterday he (assert) his innocence.

 

 

3.6. In France they (speak) French.

 

 

3.7. This play (be ascribed to) Shakespeare.

 

 

3.8. Look at these clouds. There (be) a hailstorm.

 

 

3.9. Tomorrow the sun (rise) at 5.36.

 

 

3.10. I (be) there in time.

 

 

3.11. "When (it / happen)?" - "Last night."

 

 

3.12. The king named his successor before he (die).

 

 

3.13. Chaucer and Shakespeare (be) geniuses.

 

 

3.14. In 1789 several gallows (erect) in the marketplace of Littleton.

 

 

3.15. During the oral exam words (fail) me.

 

 
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