E.g. Her diction is not very good, (to read aloud) She should read aloud.
1. The boy is a little pale, (to play out-of-doors) 2. I am afraid you will miss that train, (to take a taxi) 3. There is no one in. (to try the room next door) 4. I have a slight irritation in my throat, (to smoke less) 5. TKs child doesn't want to eat soup, (not to give her sweets before dinner) 6. She makes a lot of spelling mistakes, (to copy passages out of a book) 7. The dog is afraid of him. (not to shout at the dog) 8. The students are unable to follow what I am saying, (not to speak so fast)
Вставьте модальные глаголы should, need или to have to. Раскройте скобки, употребляя требующуюся форму инфинитива.
1. You … not (to go) out in this rain; as it is you have a cold in your head. 2. It was Sunday, and we .. not (to go) to school. 3. Everything is all right. You see that you … not (to worry). 4. You are out of breath. You … not (to run): you know how bad it is for you. 5. You … not (to tell) her about it. Now she is sure not to sleep the whole night worrying. 6. You … not (to go) with her: she knows the way perfectly well. 7. You … not (to put) so much pepper in the meat. No one will be able to eat it. 8. You … not (to give) them any lunch. They can get coffee and sandwiches on the train.
People in English-speaking countries try to avoid imposing their will on somebody else. This is why invitations they make look rather like questions to the speakers of Russian.