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Lesson 39

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(39-)

Thirty ninth lesson

     
 

(39)

Lesson number thirty nine (#39)

     
 

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We shall go to-morrow morning
     
1

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What time do you make [what with you time]?
Just 4 [of hour].

     
2

[] ;
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(It) means (that) (it is too) [already] late to go to the bank ;
it will be shut.
     
3 ; . It does not matter; tomorrow morning we shall go.
     
4 (2) . But we must go to the aerodrome.
     
5 ; (2) (N. 4), (It's) true; we shall go at ten [of hours] ;
     
6 a ; but previously we shall-have-time to pass at the bank,
     
7 (3) . it opens at 9.
     
8 , ? And to-[day] night, what shall we do?
     
9 ; After dinner, let's go to the cinema;
     
10 , it is necessary to go to bed [lie down sleep] early,
     
11 . to get up in time.
12 ,
,

For the whole past week already [Here is already whole week as to bed]
we have gone to bed after midnight.

13 a (4) . and we get up towards 10 [hours].
14 (5) . It is necessary, at least once in life, to change our habits.
     
15 ; ; ; ; (6) previously; shut; open; morning; habit.
16 ; ; ; (7). week ; month ; midnight; midday.
 

EXERCISE
1

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Why do you open the window?
I am cold [to me cold].
     
2 ?
- , .
Where do you want to go [drive]?
[On] Gorki Street [s. of G.], number [house] 5.
     
3

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The museum, it seems to me, is shut all day to-day.
     
4 - . Give something to this poor man.
     
5 ? Did you read an (or the) evening paper?
     
6 .

I have not the time to pass at his house now.

     
7 . Go to bed early.
 

ADDITIONAL EXERCISE

1 . Here is a (or the) newspaper.
2 . Buy a (or the) newspaper (acc.).
3 . I have no newspaper (genit.).
4 ? What do you do with this newspaper? (instr.).
5 . There is nothing in the paper (prepos.)
6 . The weather is very fine this morning [to-day very fine morning].
7 . I worked until morning (gen.).
8 . In the morning (instr.), I can't sleep.
9 ; ;
; .
All day; all the morning;
all the evening; all the week.
     
  I am not used to this life.
  ?

Have you really not got used (to it) yet?

  ? What time is it?
  ? At what time?
 

NOTES -

AK-NOTE

1

: one fine morning (nomin.).
: one fine evening.
: from morning to night ( here means since followed by the genitive and not with) (S. N.3).
, : I work in the morning, and I rest in the evening (instrum.).

 
2

: to go (by some conveyance); , to go on foot.
There is the same difference between the verbs derived from those two, e.g. :
, , to arrive; , , to go away, leave;
, , we shall go; , , to call in passing, etc...

 
3

, , to open, to shut. , , open, shut.

 
4

: at 10 [hours].
: towards ten.

 
5

: at least.
, : if not for me, at least for my comrade.
In , to change, alter, we find the root in , to change, exchange (S. L. 36).

 
6

, I (am) used; : this is my habit.
: you must get used.

 
7

Let us recall , half an hour;
, midnight; , midday.
, , irregular genitive
( governs the genitive: , , , ).

 

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