Видовременная система глагола упражнение №2

Fill each of the numbered blanks using the verbs given in the brackets. The first answer has been given as an example.


Russian pop stars (1) (to perform) in Anatolia in southern Turkey this week (2) (to decide) to go ahead with the concert line-up, despite feeling "emotional" after the news of Tuesday's earthquake, which (3)(to kill) more than 6,000 people.
"Morally it was a very tough experience when the whole country (4)(to be) in mourning," singer Vladimir Levkin said Thursday in a telephone interview from Anatolia.
"There were a lot of Russians and Turks [at the concert], and their reaction was very good, although we (5)(to expect) more people to come," said Hakan Duran, deputy manager of the Falez hotel.
The music tour to Anatolia, (6) (to cost) $341, (7)(to advertise) widely in Moscow by the Inalex tourist agency days before the disaster and (8)(to draw) many Russians to the popular holiday destination.
According to Inalex deputy director Tatyana Chuvikina, only one concert (9)(to cancel) on Wednesday while less people than expected (10)(to attend) the Tuesday gig.
"People here (11)(to be) far away from everything that (12) (to happen)," Vladimir Levkin said. "Anatolia is like a sovereign state." He added that he and other artists (13)(to decide) to give part of their concert money to victims of the earthquake. Alexei Lyakhov, manager of Tete-a-Tete, said his band also planned to donate concert takings and (14) (to prepare) to participate in any charity concert organised by the Turkish side.
Lyakhov also said that Russian tourists had "felt much safer" once they knew that their idols (15)(not to panic) or (to plan) to abandon their fans. A highlight of the festival — Tuesday's bash with Irina Saltikova and St Petersburg DJ Igor Nadzhiyev — is still slated to go ahead. "The show must go on despite the tragic event, but it is difficult to do," said Vika Tsiganova, (16)(to know) for her patriotic, folksy songs such as "Balalaika-Zaraza". "How is it possible to perform and have fun, when such a thing (17) (to happen)?" she said.