time - типичные ошибки в английском со словом time
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1. They walked along the beach for long time .

2. I'm sorry I 've not had a time to write to you until now .

3. The course in electrical engineering takes four years time .

4. Parents should spend more time to look after their children .

5. On the last time I went shopping I bought a cassette recorder .

6. The fire brigade arrived j ust on time, before the fire could spread .

7. It didn't take a long time before we were back home again .

1. They walked along the beach for a long time.

2. I'm sorry I've not had time to write to you until now.

3. The course in electrical engineering takes four years.

4. Parents should spend more time looking after their children.

5. The last time I went shopping I bought a cassette recorder.

6. The fire brigade arrived just In time, before the fire could spread.

7. It didn't take long before we were back home again.

1. a long time WITH a

2. (not) have time (to do something) WITHOUT a

3. When talking about how long something takes or lasts, do not use time with a time phrase: 'Each letter took one hour to write.' 'The battery will last seven days.' Note, however, that in phrases which begin with In, the word time may be included: 'I'll have finished my course in four years' time.' 'Bill is due to arrive in three weeks' time.'

4. spend time + v-i ng

5. the next time, the first time, etc. WITHOUT on

6. on time = (arriving) at the right time; punctual(ly): 'The train arrived at 17.28; it was exactly on time.' In time = not late; early enough: 'Make sure you arrive in time to see the beginning of the film.'

7. not take long WITHOUT time OR a