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Grammar Lesson. Complex Object
1. Complex ObjectGrammar Lesson
to do something
somebody to do something
3. Personal Pronouns
4. Translate sentences from English into Russian:1. I want him to come back at 5.
2. Mother doesn't want me to become an
3. Ann would like us to go to the Zoo.
4. We wouldn't like you to return late.
5. I don't expect them to answer this
6. We expect the train to arrive on time.
7. They expect John to stay at a hotel.
5. Say using the phrases on the right:a)
what parents usually
want/don’t want their
children to do
what teachers usually
their pupils to do
what you would
like/wouldn’t like your
friends to do
Come home on time
To be too noisy
Help other people
Be honest and brave
Read a lot
Keep the environment
• Spend more time together
• Eat more fruit
• Do the house
Example: Teachers always expect their pupils to do
somebody do something
• Mother never makes us wash up, we
do it ourselves.
• Who will make her come on time?
• I will let you come back late tonight.
• Daddy, let them join us!
8. Insert to where necessary:1.
Let me … join you.
We expected the tourists ... move fast for a
3. The sea voyage made the boy ... feel pleased.
4. I wouldn't like her ... scream so loudly.
5. She never expected John ... look stupid.
6. We expect them … arrive at five.
7. Tom would like me … visit Scotland.
8. I'll make you … go there.
9. My parents will let me … visit Scotland.
10. They let us … play outside.
11. The girl's friends made her … tell the truth.
9. Open the brackets and use the Complex Object.Example: He expected ( they, arrive) at 5. –
He expected them to arrive at 5.
It makes (I, feel) guilty. – It makes me feel guilty.
Do you want (they, stay) at the hotel or with us?
I’d like ( the teacher, look through) my report.
You should make (he, clean) his room.
Do you want (I, show) you the sights of the city?
Let (I, introduce) the guests to you.
We expect (he, arrange) everything by the time we come.
I want ( she, tell) me the news in brief.
My parents won’t let (my sister, go) to the party.
I’ll make (you, tell) the truth.
I would like (they, fix) an appointment for me for Tuesday.
We want (she, introduce) us the president.
This work makes (everybody, feel) bored.
I don’t want (they, be late) for dinner.
He expects (she, invite) him to party.
I’d like (the dress, buy) by Saturday.