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  • 1. до підручника w w w А. М. Несвіт .4 bo ok .o rg iirmlicbiii иіівіі
  • 2. E . 2p 5 x . E . 1p. x The P ictu re 1 1. T C h ild r e n s p e n t t h e ir s u m m e r a t th e sea. 2. F 5. T They w e re 3. T 6. F ren t gam es s w im m in g , on th e p la y in g b e a ch d if fe ­ and sun­ b a t h in g . w ere t r a v e llin g . fo r e ig n 4. F E . 4 p. x 16 Nam e The P ictu re 2 C h ild r e n 10 c o u n trie s , had T h e y v is ite d e x c u rs io n s ui in t e r e s t in g p la ces o f E u ro p e a n c itie s and W h a t he/she lik e d A n ik a S u p p o rt , patie n ce Ann W a y o f te a c h in g m ade a lo t o f b e a u t ifu l p ic tu re s . C a rlo s H e lp in b e co m in g fr ie n d s The P ic tu re 3 Em i C u lt u r e s o f th e w o rld C h ild r e n w ent to th e c o u n t ry . T h e y v i s i­ Ех.Зр. 1 8 ted t h e ir g ra n d p a re n ts . E . 2p 6 x . ta b le w o n d e r fu l le is u re tim e . g ra m m a r. 2. S h e 3. T h i s s u m m e r A n n 3. Sh e s h o u ld p ra c tis e m ore. т 4. A n n а 5 с о 5. C h ild r e n le a rn m o re ab ou t each o th er at th e s u m m e r sch o o l o f E n g lis h . h a s fo u n d o u t th a t people are in te re s te d in her kn ow h e r. 2. В 3. E ja U 5. В to p ro n o u n ce th e w ords them . 6. I t h in k th a t it is u s e fu l f o r me to ask m y fr ie n d s to p ro n o u n c e th e w ord s becau se w h at so m e tim e s I d o n ’t th e y t a lk in g a re E . 6p 1 x . 9 6. E E . 6p 9 x . frie n d s ab ou t. N am e: D ate: w < 4. С The Ideal Friend Friendship is one o f the few k in d s of relationship we h a ve c o n tro l ove r. T h a t ’ s w о get to w 00 lesso n s are d is t in c t ly , w hen she d o e s n ’t u n d e rsta n d u n d e rs ta n d 1. С < an d w a n t to her d is t in c t ly , E . 3p 9 x . 3 t h in k s h e r E n g lis h u n d er­ 5. M r S m ith recom m en ded A n n to ask p ro je c t ” W e A r e th e W o r l d ” . 6. A n n w ith re a lly in te re s tin g . .4 bo ok .o I d if f ic u lt ie s and s ta n d in g th e w o rds. can im p ro v e h er has v o c a b u la ry 2. A n n ’ s new f r ie n d s are s m a rt, ta le n te d , 4. A n n has re c e iv e d a d ip lo m a f o r the ІС le a r n in g e a s y -g o in g , h e lp f u l a n d o p en -m in d e d . E n g lis h . го w ith rg ш и ш X 1. N o , A n n so m e tim es feels u n c o m fo r ­ 1. A n n h a s in te r e s t in g lesson s as w ell as E N G L I S H L E A R N E R ’S Y E A R P L A N w h y it is an in te re s tin g area o f research f o r sociologists. A lt h o u g h , we c a n ’ t ch oo­ X se o u r relatives o r tea ch ers, we can choose < o u r fr ie n d s . B u t how do we choose them , an d w h y is it th a t we f in d some people’s personality m ore attractive f o r us than oth ers? W e are a ll lo o k in g f o r similar fe a tu re s in o u r frie n d s , su ch as h onesty, a good sense o f humour an d kindness. H o w e v e r, w hat each of us m eans T h is year I’m g o in g to w o rk h a rd e r a t m y English. I w a n t to im p ro v e m y gram m ar an d pronunciation s k ills . I am g o in g to w o rk 2 h o u rs a d a y . I need to p ra c tis e spoken English. I am g o in g to use new words. I am g o in g to c o n s u lt m y teacher a n d parents. S ig n a tu re : by T e a ch e r: ” a good sense o f h u m o u r ” , f o r exam ple, is d if fe r e n t . W e a re a ll u n iq u e , an d so E . 1p. x th e id e a l f r ie n d f o r one p e rso n m a y seem S te v e is g o in g to w o rk on h is p ro je c t a lit t le boring to som eone else! t h is w eek. 19
  • 3. Stev e is n o t g o in g to p a rtic ip a te in tlie 2. T h e s p o rts c o m p e titio n t h is w eek. svunm er, S tev e is n o t g o in g to p la y th e p ia n o th is a su m m e r co tta g e . P a rk e rs now u sed th e y to go a b roa d sp e n d sum m er in in w eek. 3. Stev e used to go to th e lib r a r y , n ow S te v e is g o in g to h e lp h is g ra n d p a re n ts he can f in d in f o r m a t io n in th e In te rn e t. t h is w eek. 4. P eop le in th e p a st u sed to tr a v e l on S tev e is n o t g o in g to d o th e s h o p p in g fo o t o r on h o rs e b a ck , now we tra v e l b y t h is w eek. ca rs , p lanes a n d t ra in s . S tev e is g o in g to ta k e som e p ic tu re s th is 5. J a c k used to eat a lo t o f sw eets, now w eek. he keeps to a h e a lth y d ie t. E . 2 p 20 x . 6. A n n ’ s g ra n d m o th e r u sed to dan ce a lo t, 1. W i l l th e c h ild r e n p re p a re th e co n ce rt E . 4 p. x b y th e en d o f J u ly ? 2. T h e y clim b e d now she rea d s a lo t. th e m o u n ta in s two w eeks ago. 31 1. T h e P a r k e r s d e cid e d to b u y th e h ouse lik e th e y u sed to h a ve in E n g la n d . 3. H a v e y o u e v e r been to th e su m m e r 2. M r s sch o ol o f E n g lis h ? s u m m e r co tta g e becau se she is fo n d o f 4. W h a t w ere M a r k a n d S te v e d o in g at g a rd e n in g . th a t tim e y e s te rd a y ? 3. M r s 5. W h e re are th e y g o in g n e x t m o n th ? roses. E . 3 p. x w a n ts to ab ou t th e p la n t som e 4. M o lly ca n h e lp h e r m u m to p la n t a n d w a te r th e flo w e rs , a n d weed th e flo w e r ­ .4 bo ok .o p re s e n ta tio n now ? P a rk e r d re a m in g rg 6. A r e th e g ir ls d is c u s s in g th e c u lt u r a l P a r k e r is beds. 20 A n n ; W h a t are y o u d o in g , A n ik a ? W h a t 5. M r is t h is lis t ? g ard e n . P a rk e r u s u a lly w o rk s in th e A n ik a : T h e se a re th e t h in g s I h a ve done 6. S te v e ca n h e lp h is f a t h e r in d ig g in g a n d h a v e n ’ t d o n e in m y life ! a ro u n d th e tre e s a n d w h ite w a s h in g th e m , A n n : H a v e y o u been to m a n y c o u n trie s a n d in g a th e r in g f r u i t in a u tu m n . in E u ro p e ? 7. Stev e is d r e a m in g ab ou t a treeh o u se. 8. T h e f a m ily k e p t on lo o k in g u n t il th e an d I ta ly b u t I h a v e n e v e r been to th e la n d agent fo u n d th e m a house th a t v e r y N e th e r la n d s . W h a t c o u n trie s h a ve yo u n e a rly s u ite d th e m a ll. been to? w A n ik a : Y e s , I h a v e . I h a ve v is ite d G re ece w A n n : I w en t to P o la n d la s t y e a r. A n d E . 7p. x 33 ... is n ’ t it ? 4. . can he? m o m en t. I am g o in g to spend a w eek in 2. ... does he? 5. . d id n ’t th e y ? M o ld o v a in A u g u s t . 3. ... d id n ’ t th e y ? 6. w I am h a v in g a re s t in E n g la n d at the 1. . is n ’t he? A n ik a : S u m m e r becom es th e t r a v e llin g E . 8p 3 x . 3 tim e f o r y o u t h is y e a r. T h e P ic t u r e 1 A n n : O h ye s, i t r e a lly does. T h e c h ild re n p la yed w ith M r s P a r k e r ’s E . 4 p 20 x . ca ts y e s te rd a y , d id n ’ t th ey? 1. I cam e to th e a sse m b ly h a ll a t 1 6 .3 0 , b u t th e co n c e rt h a d a lre a d y s ta rte d and T h e P ic t u r e 2 T h e boys can th e re w ere no fre e seats. fa th e r an d g ra n d fa th e r, ca n ’t they? 2. S u e d id n ’ t re c o g n iz e M a r y , because she h a d c u t h e r h a ir v e r y s h o rt. T h e P ic t u r e 3 D a v id s o n s w ill 3. J o e d id n ’t p la y th e gam e on S a t u rd a y to m o rro w , w o n ’ t th ey? because he h a d h u r t h is leg. E . 4p 3 x . 5 f is h in g h a ve as w ell as t h e ir a f a m ily d in n e r E . 5 p. x 1. - ( M rs P a r k e r lik e d th e vie w a n d th e 1. n e ig h b o u rh o o d ). 29 B i l l used to liv e in G re a t B r it a in , now he liv e s in th e U S A . 2. +
  • 4. 3. - (T h e re w ere f iv e ro o m s in th e T a ra s house). 4. - (S te v e w a n te d to h a ve a ro o m o f h is 5. + E . 4 p. x 6. + 7. - (T h e f a m ily m o v ed in th e fo llo w in g S a tu rd a y ). 8. - ( M r s P a r k e r se t o u t a p ic n ic m e a l o f h a m s a la d , r o lls , f r u i t ca ke , a n d a b o ttle o f lem on ade). S em en -1 la u n d r y ow n). E . 5 p. x O lia D o th e 39 1. B e ca u se S a t u r d a y m e a n t c le a n in g h er room . 2. M o lly h a d a n id e a to g e t u p w hen S te v e w o u ld f in is h c le a n in g t h e ir ro o m s. 3. T h e ro b o ts a ct lik e s tr o n g a rm s and 36 h a n d s. T h e y ca n s o r t p ack a g e s an d d e li­ S te v e : I t h in k o u r m o th e r w ill be v e r y v e r o f f ic e m a il. S om e ro b o ts lo a d an d p lea sed w it h u s . W e h a ve w h itew ash ed u n lo a d a ll th e tre e s in o u r g a rd e n . p acka g e g o o d s in fa c to rie s . T h e ro b o ts I have a re r u n b y co m p u te rs . W h e n th e c o m ­ p u te r g iv e s a c o m m a n d , th e ro b o t fo llo w s so n ice! th ose steps. S tev e: T h e f a t h e r w a n te d m e to h e lp h im 4. N o , th e re is a b ig d iffe r e n c e betw een d ig a ro u n d th e tre e s on S a t u rd a y . H o w people a n d rob o ts. s u rp r is e d he w ill be w h en he com es to E . 5 p 39 x . M o lly : W hat if we a ll ca n even the th e g a rd e n to m o rro w ! w eeded ro b o ts rg And O th e r flo w e rb e d s , h a v e n ’t I? T h e g a rd e n looks .4 bo ok .o M o lly : th in g s . w h ite w a sh the la ; 2b; 3c; 4b; 5c; 6c. E . 2 p. x fen ce? 40 S tev e: N o t to d a y , I t h in k . W e c a n ’ t do 1. T 3. T e v e r y t h in g in on e d a y . 2. F 4. T M rs P a rk e r: M o lly ! S te v e ! W h e r e are y o u ? (S h e sees th e ch ild ren .) O h no... E . 5 p. x 42 Ic; 2a; 3b; 4a. E . 8 p 37 x . In m a n y f a m ilie s , m e n a n d w om en sh a re h o u se h o ld s h o re s . F o r e x a m p le , in som e E . 1bp 43 x . 1. S t o r y t e llin g m a k es a g re a t p a r t o f A b o r ig in e s e v e ry d a y lif e . w a sh th e d is h e s . S o m e tim e s w om en do 2. G ra n d p a re n t s a n d p a re n ts t e ll s to rie s w w f a m ilie s w om e n d o th e c o o k in g , a n d m en to t h e ir g r a n d c h ild r e n n o t o n ly to e n te r­ S o m e tim e s w o m e n w eed th e g a rd e n , an d t a in th e m b u t to ed u ca te th e m as w e ll. w th e la u n d r y , a n d m en f o ld th e clo th es. m en ra k e th e le a v e s. W h a t ch o re s do y o u 3. T h e s to rie s a re a b o u t e v e ry d a y lif e do in y o u r fa m ily ? s u ch as how a n d w h en to f in d c e rta in E . 2 p. x fo o d s. 38 4. L e g e n d s a n d m y th s p ass o n in f o r m a ­ Ta ra s O lia Sem en h u m a n s, S e t th e ta b le f o r a b o u t th e t r ib a l a ro u n d th e c o u n try . 5. T h e a d u lt s t e ll s to rie s to t h e ir c h ild ­ L o o k a ft e r ren w h en th e y a re w a lk in g d o w n to the + a p et s h o p p in g in f o r m a t io n la n d s a n d m e a ns o f t r a v e llin g + d in n e r D o th e t io n a b o u t c re a tio n o f p la n ts , a n im a ls an d w a te rh o le o r g r in d in g u p seeds to m ake d a m p e r o r s it t in g a ro u n d th e c a m p fir e + -1 + + a t n ig h t. 6. W h e n th e p e rso n becom es an a d u lt, D o th e c le a n in g he is to pass on th e in f o r m a t io n he h ad le a rn e d to th e y o u n g e r people.
  • 5. E . Зp 44 x . 6. W h e n do y o u ce le b ra te it? A lic e w as a ’’b o rn m e c h a n ic ” . Sh e coiiUi do 7. A r e th e t h in g s , w h ic h o th e r g ir ls c o u ld n ot. y o u r fa m ily ? Sh e kn ew how to m a k e w ooden tables an d h a tsta n d s a n d she c o u ld d r iv e a c a r 8. W h a t is th e m o st im p o rt a n t h o lid a y in y o u r c o u n try ? b e tte r th a n m en. 9. H o w do yo u ce leb ra te it? E . 5 p 45 x . 10. D o y o u h a ve th e D a y o f Indepen-dence? 1. ... d id n ’ t th e y ? - Y e s , th e y d id . th e re a n y sp e cia l t r a d it io n s 2. ... w a sn ’t she? - Y e s , she was. E . 3 p. x 3. ... d id he? - Y e s , he d id . 1. Y e s , th e y do. 4. ... d id n ’ t she? - Y e s , sh e d id . 2. Y e s , it is. 5. N o , th e y d o n ’ t. 5. ... w a s n ’t it? - Y e s , it was. 3. Y e s , th e re are. 6. Y e s , it docs. 6. ... c o u ld th e y ? - N o , th e y c o u ld n ’t. E . 1p. x in 7. ... d id she? - Y e s , she d id . 8. ... d id n ’ t th e y ? - Y e s , th e y d id . 9. ... is it ? - N o , it i s n ’t. 10. ... is n ’t it ? - Y e s , it is. 47 59 1. ... has he? - N o , he h a s n ’t. 2. ... can we? - N o , we c a n ’ t. 3. ... w e re n ’t th e y ? - Y e s , th e y w ere. 4. ... d id n ’ t it ? - Y e s , it d id . 5. ... is n ’t she? - Y e s she is. l b ; 2c; 3a. 6. ... w ill she? - Y e s , she w ill. E . 5 p 49 x . E . 2 p. 5 x 9 5. N e it h e r 2. B o th 6. N e it h e r 3. B o th .4 bo ok .o 1. B o t h 7. B o th Id ; 2 f; 3b; 4e; 5a; 6c. E . 3 p. x 60 1. had w h itew ash ed ... cam e. 4. B o th 2. w ere g a t h e r in g ... s ta rte d . E . 6 p. x 49 1. e it h e r ... o r 4 . n e it h e r ... n o r 2. n e it h e r ... n o r 5. e it h e r ... o r 3. n e it h e r ... n o r 6 . e it h e r ... o r 3. w ill ... ra ke. 4. a re ... d o in g , am ch a n g in g . 5. h a ve ... ch osen . 6. shakes. E . 1p. x 50 1. F 4. T E . 4 p. x 61 A : G oo d a fte rn o o n , s ir ! C a n I h elp yo u ? 6. T B: 3. T E . 4p 5 x . 5 w w 5. F 2. T w l b ; 2c; 3b; 4a; 5c; 6b. E . 5 p. x 4. Y e s , th e y do. rg E . 3 p. x 58 55 Y es, a f a m ily th a n k to u r you. to I ’d lik e E d in b u r g h to book fo r next Sunday. A : Is th a t th e 21"' o f A u g u s t ? B: Y e s, it is . We w a nt to go to th e 1. ... d o n ’ t th e y ? - Y e s , th e y do. fa m o u s E d in b u r g h fe s tiv a l. 2. ... a r e n 't th e re ? - Y e s , th e re are. A : O h , y o u ’v e m ade a n ice ch o ice f o r a 3. ... d o n ’t th e y ? - Y e s , th e y do. f a m ily rest. M a n y people go to E d in b u r g h 4. ... d o e s n ’ t he? - Y e s , he does. a t t h is tim e o f th e y e a r. 5. ... d o e s n ’ t sh e? - Y e s , she does. B : T h a t is m y s o n ’ s idea. H e is 13. H e 6. ... d id n ’ th e y ? - Y e s , th e y d id . has read a b o u t th e E d in b u r g h M il it a r y E . 7 p. x T a tto o an d w a nts to see th e p e rfo rm a n ce 56 1. D o y o u ce le b ra te C h ris t m a s ? w ith h is ow n eyes. 2. W h a t a re y o u r tr a d it io n a l d ish e s f o r A ; I t h in k y o u ’ ll lik e it th ere. H o w m a n y C h ris tm a s ? o f yo u w ill tra v e l? B : T h e re a re f o u r o f us: m y w ife , tw o 3. Is C h r is t m a s a f a m ily h o lid a y in y o u r c o u n try ? c h ild re n : a son a n d a d a u g h te r, a n d m e. 4. D o y o u h a ve a C h r is t m a s tree? A : H e re is th e t r a v e l b ro c h u re . W h e re 5. W h a t is th e T h a n k s g iv in g D a y ? w ou ld y o u lik e to stay ?
  • 6. E . 1 p. x 63 1. C h ocolate, b is cu its , jam , ico cream , b u tte r, clicesc, f lo u r, eggs, n u ts, s p a g lio tli, n C O 6 ;h О & s e C CS 'cS "e C a di beans, f r u it s , vegetables, m ilk . eg gs, n u ts , b ean s, f r u it s , is a vegeterian? 3. C h o c o la te , b is c u its , ja m , ico crenm , b u t te r , f lo u r , s p a g h e tti. 4. J a m , f lo u r , n u ts , s p a g h e tti, beans, f r u it s , v e g eta b les. E . 4 p. x 1. Л 64 b a la n ce d d ie t c o n s is ts of all th e t h in g s y o u need to be h e a lth y and to h a ve e n o u g h e n e rg y d u r in g th e d ay. 2. Y o u m u s t eat w e ll, b u t n o t too n u ich o f th e sam e fo o d : eat a s a n d w ic h , an apple a n d d r in k a g la ss o f ju ic e , f o r ex am p le. 3. A n u t r ie n t is a c h e m ic a lo f f o o d t h a t p r o vid e s th e th in g s y o u need to liv e and g row . 4. A lo t o f m e a ls a re a co m b in a tio n o f tw o o r m o re o f th e m a in fo o d g ro u p s . 5. I t ’ s b e tte r to ea t o n ly a lit t le o f sn ack 6. S n a c k fo o d s c o n ta in s u g a r o r s a lt. a lo t of fa t, 1. 65 m any 7. lit t le 2. lit t le 8. a lo t o f 3. a lo t 9. m a n y 4. m uch 10. a lit t le 5. lit t le 11. m a n y 6. a lo t o f 12. lit t le w 1. IIow m a n y s a iid w ich cs d id B ria n take w to sch o o l ye s te rd a y ? 2. H o w m u c h s u g a r does S te v e add to w one c u p o f tea? 3. H o w m uch cheese w ill Ann buy to m o rro w ? 4. H o w m u c h c o ffe e d ocs yom- m o th er d r in k ? E . 3p . x 67 1. T 4. T E . 5 p 68 x . has a well-balanced diet? often goes to fast food restaurants? + would like to loose w eight? -t" likes dairy products? Ч- 4_ E . 1p. x 70 la ; 2b; 3b; 4a; 5c; 6c. E . 3 p 71 x . 1. 2. 3. to — to 4. 5. 6. — to (Л 0/ о 72 1. A re you allow ed to eat much honey? 2. She isn ’ t allow ed to add so much sugar in her tea. 3. Steve is not allowed to eat junk food . 4. Their children are allowed to eat as nuieli fresh food as they want. 5. A re yoii allowed to drink fizzy drinks? (). A rc you allowed to go to the fast food restaurants very often ? E. 4p 7 x . 4 1. 2. 3. 4. bought keep has ... washed to wasli 5. was lookin g for ... came 6. had scrubbed ... came E . 3p. 7 x 5 3. T 2. F d -C -t E . 4 p. x E . 6 p. x E . 7 p 66 x . + has decided to oat less meat? .4 bo ok .o fo o d s. + rg 2. Ch eese, v e g e ta b le s, m ilk . C 3 2 1 С Л I X as y, Evry country has its own cooking equipment. For exam ple, Italian kitchens have a big pot fo r cookin g pasta. Many Mexican kitchens have a special pan to make tortillas. Asian kitchens often have a grill for meat and a special vegetable steam er. Ukranian kitchens have beautifu lly decorated wooden cookin g utensils such as measuring cups, spoons and cu ttin g boards. Many
  • 7. k itc h e n s a ro u n d th e w o rld h a ve a set o f k n iv e s , a g r a t e r an d a f r y in g pan. 6. Food and a small tn„ T, ^ ''*'6 always 1 j j ■ included m the Happy Megj E. 4 x E . 4 p. x p. 76 I j; 2c; 3g: 4e; 5 f; 6b; 7d; 8a; 9i; lO h . p. 79 Ic; 2d; 3a; 4e; 5b. E . 1p. x 84 1. T 4. F 5. Т 6. Т 2. F 3. T E. 4 x 4. Ukranian borsch is cooked in every fam ily in Ukraine, isn ’ t it? 5. W h at was my granny doing when we came back home? p. 87 2. is n ’ t eaten 3. a re in c lu d e d E . 5 p. x 6. How much food have they bought today? 4. is eaten 5. are ... put 6. is ... served 1. is ... cooked Ex. 6 p. 91 87 1. B e e tro o ts a n d cabbage a re u sed b y us w h en we co o k U k r a n ia n b o rsch . 2. M u c h ice cre am is eaten b y c h ild re n in su m m e r. m a n y people. .4 bo ok .o 3. T h e new ca fe in o u r to w n is v is ite d b y 4. P o ta to is g ro w n b y m a n y U k r a n ia n s in t h e ir v e g eta b le g a rd e n s. 5. W e a re a lw a y s tre a te n to ta s ty d ish e s b y m y a u n t w h en we v i s i t h e r. 6. A l l th e re cip e s a re w ritte n by my m o th e r in a sp e cia l n oteb ook. E . 1p. x 1. 90 is n ’t it ? 2. m u stn ’t you? 3. w o n ’ t I? p. 90 w does he? d id n ’t she? 6. do th e y? w E. 2 x 4. 5. w Som e b re a d , som e s p a g h e tti, a to m a to , a p o ta to , som e s u g a r, a lo a f o f b re a d , some s a lt, som e m ilk , The Puzata Khata The Puzata Khata fast food restaurants are opened in many Ukranian towns. They have a friendly, fam ily environm ent, and remind the custom ers o f Ukranian hospitality and charm. The main attraction o f the two-storeyed Puzata Khata is its original interior. W all paintings, numerous crocks, earthen dishes, glass jars with homemade jam and pickles, straw decorating t h e ' walls and the ceilin g, wooden furn itu re, traditional stove and wooden cart - all these are used to create warm and welcom ing atm osphere. Traditional Ukranian cuisine is another advantage o f the Puzata Khata. Such well-known national dishes as Ukranian borsch w ith pampusliky (rolls), homemade sausages, varenyky, pancakes, salads, meat and fish dishes are included into the menu. Children and those w ho have a sweet tooth are offered a rich ch oice o f differen t desserts. rg E. 2 x 91 1. W e have all the necessary cookin g equipment ш our kitchen, don ’ t we’ 2. W hen is breakfast usually served’ 3. W hat kind o f dishes is Ukranian cuisine rich in? a b o ttle o f lem on ade, a ca rto n o f y o g h u r t , som e m e a t, a can o f C o la , som e w a te r, a c a r r o t , an ice cre am , a k ilo o f f lo u r , som e o il, a b o ttle o f o il. E . 1p 9 x . 3 E . 3 p. x Dear Miss A lison, Steve wasn’ t at school last week, because he was ill. He had a cold and a sore 90 1. T h e p iz z a w as sh a re d e q u a lly betw een the f o u r o f u s. 2. Is t h is s a la d m ade of fr u it or a re u s u a lly b a ken throat. fo r Y ours sincerely, Mrs Parker. vegetab les? 3. T h e m u f f in s b re a k fa s t in o u r f a m ily . 4. T h e m icro w a v e ove n d oesn ’ t w ork E . 4bp 9 x . 5 because th e e le c t r ic ity is tu rn e d o ff. 1. 5. S u g a r is n o t p u t to a ll th e d ish e s. w h e n s o m e b o d y w a s ill in t h e f a m il y . Mr J o h n s o n w a s a lw a y s a s k e d t o c o m e
  • 8. 2. T h e n th e re c o m m e n d a tio n s w ore g iv e n b y th e d o c t o r and m e d ic in e s w ere ta k e n b y th e p a tie n t. 3. S te v e w as d ia g n o s e d w it h a b ad co ld . E . 5p 96 x . E . 7p . x 103 1. H a d n ’ t he? 2. W h e n w as th e d e n tis t v is ite d ? 3. W h a t ca u sed t h is in fe c t io u s desease? 4. ... w a s n ’t it? 1. M o t h e r ’ s n ote w as g iv e n to th e te a ch e r 5. W h y d id m a n y people d ie? y e s te rd a y . 6. ... d o e s n ’ t she? 2. T o m ’ s te m p e ra tu re w as ta k e n an h o u r E . 1p. x ago. 3. T h e d e n tis t w as co n s u lte d la s t w eek. 4. The p a t ie n t w as e x a m in e d by the d o c to r tw o d a y s ago. 5. T h e d o c t o r ’s a d v ic e w as fo llo w e d b y 103 4. T 1. T 2. F 5. F 3. F 6. T E . 3 p. 104 x S te v e la s t m o n th . 1. s 4. S 6. T h e s e rio u s c o m p lic a tio n s w ere a v o i­ 2. С 5. J ded b eca u se o f th e g ood d o c to r ’s t r e a t ­ 3. С 6. С m e n t. E . 7 p . 105 x E . 6 p 96 x . B e ts y w as d ia g n o s e d w ith seve re a lle rg y la s t m o n th . N o w she is t a k in g m e d ic in e w h ich th e a lle r g is t p re s c rib e d h e r. T h e p a t ie n t w as 3. S te v e e x a m in e d by Mr d o c to r e x p la in e d t h a t a lle rg ie s u s u a lly .4 bo ok .o 2. T h e Jo h n so n . rg 1. M r s P a r k e r w as v is ite d b y a f a m ily d o c to r y e s te rd a y . ru n and h is m o th e r w ere g iv e n in f a m ilie s . He also ta u g h t h er how to d ea l w it h a lle r g y . H e r h e a lth is re c o m m e n d a tio n s b y th e d o cto r. g e t t in g b e tte r now b eca u se sh e keeps to 4. M e d ic in e s f o r S te v e ’s h ea da che w ere a d ie t a n d fo llo w s th e d o c t o r ’s a d v ice . p re s c rib e d b y M r . J o h n s o n . 5. S e rio u s c o m p lic a tio n s b y S te v e . w ere a vo id ed 6. D o c t o r w as th a n k e d b y S te v e f o r the g ood tre a tm e n t. 4. w as ... caused w 1. w as asked 106 1. P e o p le a re lo o k in g f o r th e a lt e rn a t iv e w ays o f m e d ic a l t r e a tm e n t becau se o f th e s e rio u s h e a lth c o m p lic a tio n s w h ic h a re th e rea so n s o f t a k in g to o m a n y p ills , w E . 8 p.4 97 x E x . 1 p. ta b lets o r m e d ic a l s y r u p s . 2. D if f e r e n t k in d s o f m e d ic in e a re used 5. w as ca lle d now ad ays as w e ll as a lt e rn a t iv e m e d i-cin e . 3. w as v is ite d 6. w ere ... 3. M o re w 2. w ere b o u g h t p re s crib e d 4. T h e E . 4 p 98 x . an d m o re people tu rn t h e ir m in d s to a lt e rn a t iv e m e d ic in e . C h in e e s e d o c to r ob serve s how y o u m ove. 1. s h o u ld 6. s h o u ld 5. T h e n he lo o k s a t y o u r to n g u e . 2. s h o u ld 7. s y r u p 6. Y o u a re a sked to d e s crib e th e s y m p ­ 8. s h o u ld to m s o f y o u r illn e s s . 3. s h o u ld 4. n a sa l s p ra y s h o u ld n ’ t, sh o u ld 5 . 9 . s h o u ld n ’ t 10. sh o u ld 7. Y o u a re re c o m m e n d e d to t a k e som e h e rb s , a c u p u n c t u r e , m a ssa g e o r m e d it a ­ tio n , o r p o s s ib ly a c o m b in a t io n o f f o u r . E . 3 p. x E . 3p 1 1 x . 0 106 1. I f th e p e rs o n is b le e d in g , y o u s h o u ld 1. eye d ro p s 6. lo tio n 2. an o in tm e n t 7. co ld ta b lets 3. p ills 8 . p ill o f a s p irin 4. ice p a c k s 9. v ita m in s 3. I f a p erso n h a s sw allow ed s o m e th in g , 5. ta b lets 10. a h e a tin g pad y o u s h o u ld h it h im on th e b a ck. p ress a cle a n piece o f c lo th o v e r th e cu t. 2. I f th e p e rso n h a s g o t a s m a ll b u rn o r s ca ld , yo u s h o u ld coo l it .
  • 9. 4. I f y o u t h in k th a t a p e rso n h a s g o t a b ro ­ ken b on e, y o u s h o u ld n o t m ove liirn . 1. T o 108 E x . 5 p. 120 E x . 3 p. to ll h er f r ie n d th a t she is in h o s p ita l. 1. T 6. F 2. S h e feels b e tte r now , b u t it is s till 2. T 7. F d if f i c u lt f o r h e r to sw allo w and spi^ak. 3. S h e asked her frie n d to w rite a f u n n y 3. T 8. F 4. T 9. T 5. T Ex. 7 le tte r. 120 E x . 4 p. p. 109 1. J a n e has g ot a sore th ro a t. 1. A l l d iseases a re ca u sed b y g erm s. 2. I t ’s d if f ic u lt f o r h e r to sw allow and 2. A le c tu re o f d e n ta l h y g ie n e w as g iv e n speak. to th e p u p ils of my cla s s th ree d a ys ago. 3. H e r m u m ca lle d an a m b u la n ce because she was w o rrie d . 3. M e d ic a l c h e c k u p is d on e once a m o n th . 4. J a n e 4. L a s t a year S a m a n th a w as ta k e n to few has d ays to s ta y if th e re in h o s p ita l are no fo r se rio u s h o s p ita l in R ic h m o n d , th e U S A . co m p lica tio n s . 5. T h e in d iv id u a l p ro g ra m m e f o r fitn e s s 5. J a n e t h in k s th a t s t a y in g ir. h o s p ita l is b o rin g . a n y sp e cia l h e a lh p ro b le m lik e a sth m a o r 6. J a n e d oesn ’ t know w'hat to do w ith diabetes. h er tim e . 6. T h a te m p e ra tu re is u s u a lly ta ken w h en th e p e rs o n d o e s n ’ t feel w ell. 1. T 4. 2. F 5. T 3. 110 lb ; 2c; 3a; 4b; 5b; 6b; 7c. E x . 2 p . 112 1. A 122 E x . 1 p. T 6. T bo ok . Е х .З р . or g w as d evelo p e d f o r th o se w h o s u f f e r fro m h o s p ita l ca n s o m e tim e s seem lik e a la rg e a n d s c a ry p la ce i f yo u are a p a ­ Ex. 4 126 p. lb ; 2a; 3b; 4c; 5c. Ex. 1 tie n t. T p. 127 1. w a sn ’ t he? 4. m u s t n ’ t yuu' in h o s p ita l a re d if fe r e n t . 2, h a d n ’ t he? 5. d o e s n ’ t he? 3. S o m e tim e s p a tie n ts e n te r th e h o s p ita l 3. a re n ’t th ey? 6- d id he? i f th e y a re v e r y s ic k , need s u rg e ry , or E x . 4 p. 128 1. T h e s a n a to ria sp e cia l te s ts f in d w g o in g on. 4. E it h e r to w need w .4 2. T h e rea so n s w h y th e c h ild re n end u p th e p a re n t or o u t w h a t ’s a d o c to r can sen d a c h ild th e re i f im m e d ia te m e d ic a l ca re is needed. 5. T h e tre a tm e n t a lle r g ic re a c tio n , is n e se ssa ry know som e or a b ro k e n a s th m a a rm , a tta c k is fo r im p o r t a n t th e d o cto rs in 2. In a n tie n t tim e s fa ls e teeth w ere m ade o n ly f o r r ic h people. t ilin g s ab ou t a lle rg ie s , n a m e, a n d age. illn e s s w as cau sed b y bad blood. 4. D if f e r e n t k in d s o f n ie d icin e s are used in m e dica l p ra c tice . to a p a tie n t s u c h as m e d ic in e s ta k e n re c e n tly , E x . 3 b p. 113 T 1. v is ite d often 3. In a n cie n t tim e s people th o u g h t th a t fo r p ro v id e d in th e e m e rg e n c y room . 6. It is s u m m e r. E x . 6 p. 134 F ilm s are p ro d u ce d b y re c o rd in g a ctu a l people an d object.s w it li ca m era s. P ro d u c e rs also use a n im a tio n ter-hii.iques a n d / o r spe cia l e ffe c ts . They co m p rise 4. F a w hen these im a g e s a re show n 2. T 5. T 3. F 6. T serie s of in d iv id u a l fra m e s, but ra p id ly in su ccessio n , th e illu s io n o f m o tio n is E x . 1 b p . 116 g iv e n to the v ie w e r. F ilm is co n sid e re d b y Ic; 2d; 3 f; 4a; 5b; 6h; 7e; 8g. m a n y to be an im p o r t a n t a r t fo rm : film s
  • 10. e n te rta in , e d u ca te , e n lig h te n a n d in s p ire th e а ш ііе п с е . w o rld w id e Any f ilm a t t r a c t io n , can becom e a e s p e cia lly w itli the a d d itio n o f d u b b in g o r s u b title s th a t tr a n s la te th e a rte fa c ts cre a te d w h ich d ia lo g u e . r e fle c t F ilm s are also b y s p e c ific th ose c u ltu re s , cv iltu re s, and, in t u r n , a ffe c t th e m . Ex. 3p p. 144 1. T h e lig h t s w en t d ow n and it was d if f i c u lt to f in d th e seats in th e th e a tre h a ll. 2. W e w ere s h o w in g o u r t ic k e t s to the u s h e r w hen th e secon d b e ll ra n g . T h e p ero rm a n ce s ta rte d in th re e m in u te s . 3. W h e n th e c u r t a in goes u p , y o u can see th e s ce n e ry on th e stage. (3 6 1. T h e Ex. 7 " U k r a in a " cin e m a is kn ow n as 4. T h e y w ere d is c u s s in g th e p e rfo rm a n c e a p re m ie r cin e m a . w hen th e y saw th e a ctre ss w ho played 2. ЇІІЄ d e m o n s tra tio n s o f th e new f ilm s th e le a d in g ro le in th e p e rfo rm a n c e . are a lw a y s a cco m p a in e d b y a se n sa tio n . 5. T h e 3. T h e th ea tre u s u a lly s ta rts at one o ’ clo ck. f’ q u ip m e n t to c o r re s p o n d s of m od ern a ll th e th e b o th h a lls th e new est m o tio n 5. T h e h a lls s p e cia l a re also 6. T h e P a r k e r s w ere in th e c lo a k ro o m . th e re . t a k in g lik e d th e p la y . fo r Ex. 1 p. 145 v id e o p ro je c to r a n d th re e b a rs w ith th e th a t F 3. T 2. F 4. T bo ok . 1. th in g a ttra c ts the E x . 3 p. 1. W h e n .4 Ex. a tm o sp h e re . f ilm s a re w f ic t io n w 4 p. 150 you w a tc h a f ilm or com e to th e th e a tre to e n jo y th e t h e a tric a l alw a ys p e rfo rm a n c e y o u a lso becom e th e p a r t o f a w o n d e r fu l! a d v e n tu re . a cco m p a n ie d b y a se n sa tio n . re c o n s t ru c t io n 149 la ; 2a; 3b; 4a. a u d ie n c e is a u n iq u e c a lm a n d h o m e lik e p. 137 the 7. W h e n th e p la y h a d f in is h e d , th e spe c­ v a r ie t y o f t r a d it io n a l sn a c k s a n d d r in k s . lo c a l a re ta to rs b ro k e in t o a p p la u s e . T h e y r e a lly 7. In th e fo y e r th e re a re s ix m o n ito rs , a 2. T h e th e y new d r in k s an d p o p co rn . 1. S cie n ce Now w ith seats fe a tu re sp e cia l p ro p s m a in hats p a n e ls, p earl scrt-ens an d c o m fo rta b le seats. Ex. 4 the eq u ip p e d s o u n d -a b s o rb in g 8. T iie at op era glasses. p ic t u r e p ro je c to rs a re in s ta lle d . 6. T h e p e rfo rm a n c e T h e y h a ve a lre a d y le f t t h e ir coats an d s t a n d a rd s . 4. In a fte rn o o n or g h a lls t e c h n ic a l of our cin e m a w ill s t a r t in a m o n th . 2. I a lw a ys t r y to w a tc h a new f ilm on th e w id e scree n a t th e cin e m a . 3. M y b r o t h e r lik e s to w a tc h co m ed ies m o re t h a n t r a d it io n a l fe a t u re f ilm s . 4. D o es th e ’’U k r a in a ” cin e m a co rre sp o n d 4. W h a t to a ll th e m o d e rn sta n d a rd s ? place to v is it ? w 3. Is th e re a w o n d e rfu l te rra c e located o n th e secon d f lo o r? m akes th e c in e m a a p o p u la r 5. T h e lo c a tio n , p ro g ra m m e q u a lity an d 5. T h e p e rs o n w ho m eets y o u a t th e e n ­ in t e r io r d e s ig n a t t r a c t a u d ie n ce to th is tra n c e o f th e th e a tre is an u s h e r. cin e m a . 6. A n in t e r v a l s t a r t s w hen th e lig h t s g o u p . 6. D o th e sea ts in th e cin e m a fe a tu re a n y Ex. 1 sp e cia l p ro p s f o r d r in k s a n d p o p co rn ? a) C , A , B , D E x . 6 p. b) 1. W h e r e a re th e O le k s a n d r D o v z h e n k o 138 1. T o b e g in w ith 4. O n th e o th e r h a n d 2. A s a r e s u lt 5. F o r e x a m p le 3. W h a t is m o re 6. A l l in a ll p. 151 F ilm S tu d io s lo cate d ? 2. W h o are the O le k s a n d r D ovzhenko F ilm S tu d io s n am ed a fte r? E x . 4 p. 141 3. W h e n d id th e c o n s t ru c t io n o f th e O le k ­ lb ; 2c; 3a; 4b; 5c; 6a. sa n d r D o v z h e n k o F ilm S tu d io s b e g in ?
  • 11. 4. W h y is th e S c h o rs o v s k y f ilm p a v ilio n ca lle d so? E x. 5 p. 159 th e a tre s Ex. 2 p. a re m any m e m o ria l p la te s co n n ecte d w ith ? 6. W h o p la n te d th e a p p le o rc h a rd ? E x . 2 p. 151 T h e a tr e an d C in e m a in A u s t r a lia T h e f ir s t t h e a tric a l show to o k p la ce in in A u s t r a lia 1 7 89 . It w as p e rfo rm e d in a m u d h u t o n an im p ro v is e d stage. A f ilm o f th e M e lb o u rn e C u p h orse race w as m ade as e a r ly as 1896! T o d a y , th e a tre a n d c in e m a a re t h r i- v in g in A u s t r a lia . E a c h s ta te c a p ita l has its ow n th e a tre co m p a n y , an d n e tw o rk s of s m a lle r p ro fe s s io n a l a n d a m a te u r g ro u p s ta k e d ra m a to s ch o o ls an d to people w ho liv e in o u t-o f-th e -w a y p la ces. T h e A d e la id e F e s t iv a l T h e a t re w as b u ilt in A u s t r a lia . p la y s , and O p e ra s, film s th e re . O u t s t a n d ig f ilm s h a ve a re b a lle ts , stag ed w on A u s t r a lia an In te rn a tio n a l re p u ta tio n . T h e ir title s in c lu d e P icnic at H an gin g Rock, Galli­ poli, My an d brilliant o th e rs. E . 5p. x 156 Career, and 1. T h e g ood s ta m in a is needed to becom e w s u c c e s s fu l in s p o rt. 2. B i l l ’ s p a re n ts e n c o u ra g e d h im to t r a in w h a rd e r la s t y e a r. 162 . .4 bo ok .o in c o n ce rts, rg 1973. It is c o n s id e re d one o f th e fin e s t 1. Steve and Dan are sittin g at the sta­ dium now. They have been w atching a football match fo r fo rty minutes. 2. Jim is very busy now. He is talking with his coach. He has been talking with his coach fo r h alf an hour. 3. iVly classmates are in the gym now. They are playing volleyball. They have been playing volleyball fo r half an hour.. 4. Sue is training in the Sports Centre now. She has been attending the tennis club fo r three years. b. M r Brown is in the swim m ing jjool. He is w atching you n g sportsm en swim. He has been training them for a year. 6. M y uncle and m y fath er are in the Sports Palace now. They are w atching the hockey m atch. They have been w atching it fo r fifteen m inutes. 5. W h a t 3. T h e s p o rts r e s u lts a re s tu d ie d b y o u r w co ach a f t e r e v e ry c o m p e titio n . Other in d iv i­ dual snorts Boating, Horse Tennis, W restling, g o lf karate. surfin g riding. parachu­ w eigh t­ ting. liftin g . skiing. running. fen cin g. athletics. cycling. ju do figu re skating, hockey W ater sports A dven ­ ture sports Ball games Ex. 1 p. 163 4. H a v e y o u set a re c o rd a t la st? 5. W h o in v it e d y o u to ta k e p a r t in the s ch oo l c o m p e titio n ? 1. T 2. T 3. F 4. F 6. T h e ch ests co n te s t is o rg a n iz e d in o u r Ex. 5 p. 165 c it y once a y e a r. 1. W here has M ary been running for two hours? - A t the stadium . 2. How long has A nn been training in the gym ? - For three hours. 3. W hat game has Steve been playing? - Basketball. 4. W h o has been training Sue fo r five years? - Mrs Fletcher. E . 3ap. x 157 1. H o w a re y o u g e t t in g on? 2. W h e r e a re y o u g o in g ? 3. 1 h a ve b een t r a in in g h e re f o r o n ly a s h o rt w h ile . 4. H e has been a tte n d in g c lu b f o r tw o y e a rs . t h is s p o rts b) E x . 6 p. 165 1, 2 1. He has been in b oxin g since he was 9 years old. 3, 4
  • 12. 2. M y classm ates liave already known i Ex. 2 p . 1 7 0 some am azing fa cts about Ukranian | l b ; 2 a ; 3 c . sportsm en. Ex. 2 p. 1 7 2 3. They have been playing volleyball for 4. 1. t an hovir. 5. 2. f 4. Bill has played baseball before. 6. 3. t 5. John can’ t participate in the com pe­ tition because he has broken his arm. Е х . З р . 176 1. S e r h iy B u b k a ’ s in t e r e s t in s p o r t cam e 6. W e ’n ave been training in the Sporis f r o m p la y in g in th e s t re e ts a ro u n d h is Centre fo r three years. hom e w ith h is b r o t h e r a n d f r ie n d s . 166 2. W h e n he p la y e d f o o t b a ll, he u sed to p la y as a n a t t a c k e r , o r in th e d e fe n ce . 3. H e u sed to r u n lik e c r a z y becau se he ju s t h a d to w in . 4. S . B u b k a b eg a n h is p h y s ic a l e d u ca tio n fro m th e age o f e ig h t. 5. H e to o k p a r t in s p o r t in g c o m p e titio n s betw een sch o o ls and also betw een d if fe r e n t cla sses. 6. W h e n he d id s p o rt, he h a d to g iv e e v e ry t h in g he h a d . 4. Ice hockey 5. Swim m ing w w 1. Basketball 2. A th letics 3. Football w E x . 3 p. 168 .4 b oo k. or 1. An opponent is a person who is against another person in a game. 2. He told us to reserve ou r strength fo r the n ext d a y’ s tournam ent. 3. M r D ickinson is the best coach. His students have won many sports com peti­ tions. 4. He is my team mate. W e are the m em­ bers o f the same team. 5. A ll kinds o f physical activities deserve a positive attitude. 6. Sports always in flu ence human cha­ racter. 7. A referee is an o fficia l who controls a sports game and makes sure that players do n ot break the rules. 8. Sportsm anship is a fa ir c r generous behaviour o f the participants when they are playing a sport or game. g E x . 8 p. E x . 4 p. 169 a) 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1. F T T F F T b) 1. Y es, they were. 2. The boys dream ed to play table tennis by them selves, 3. Because they could not play tennis. 4. Because D ick ’ s m other invited the men fo r dinner. 5. Y es, they did. 6. N o, they can ’ t. Ex. 4 p. 178 1. B y th e age o f 10 , he h a d ta k e n p a r t in m o st s p o rts a t sch oo l a n d o u ts id e . 2. V . P e t r o v help ed S. B u b k a d isc o v e r m a n y th in g s to becom e su cce s s fu l. 3. O n e o f th e b ig g e s t lesso n s he le a rn e d fro m P e tro v is th e im p o rta n c e c o m m u n ic a tio n betw een th e b r a in of and b o d y d u r in g c o m p e titio n . 4. Y o u m u s t se t g o a ls y o u c a n a ch ie v e b e fo re y o u becom e s u c c e s s fu l in s p o rt. Ex. 4 p. 180 la ; 2a; 3a; 4c; 5c; 6a. E x . 5b p. 181 1. B e ca u se he p re fe rre d s p o rts to lessons. 2. H e had been t r a in in g f o r th e co m p e­ t it io n . 3. H e h a d fa ce d th e p ro b le m s o f r ig h t b a la n ce betw een a ll h is d u tie s . 4. H e s h o u ld p la n h is d a ily ro u tin e c a r e fu lly . Ex. 1 p. 184 1. W e h a ve been p r a c t is in g t h is k in d o f s p o rt f o r tw o yea rs. 2. H e is g o in g in f o r s w im m in g f o r s ix yea rs. 3. T h e y h a ve been b u ild in g a new s ta ­ d iu m f o r tw o y e a rs .
  • 13. 4. W e h a ve been w a tc h in g th e O ly m p ic 4. T h e R o m a n s spo k e a n d w ro te L a t in . G a m es on T V f o r a n h o u r. 5. T h e 5. T o m nam es o f th e R o m a n g ods a n d ru le rs . a n d D a n h a ve been d is c u s s in g m o n th s th e r e s u lts o f th e gam e f o r h a lf an h o u r. 6. T h e 6. T h e h a ve been co m p e tin g J u ly ca lle d w ith t h e ir o p p o n e n ts f o r tw o days. Ex. Ex. 2 the n a m ed a f t e r la ; 2b; 3a; 4c. th e g ym ? w as a ft e r J u liu s C a esa r. a th le te s m o n th s w ere E x. 4 p. 191 T h e N a t io n a l G a lle r y p. 185 1. H o w lo n g h a ve th e y been t r a in in g in 2. H a s he p a rt ic ip a te d in a n y co m p e titio n p. 190 E x . 5 p. th is y e a r? 3. W h e n 3 d id y o u r b r o th e r a tte n d th e 192 I f ; 2 i; 3e; 4c; 5b; 6 h ; 7a; 8d; 9g ; lO j. te n n is clu b ? Ex. 7 4. W h a t a re th e y d o in g ? 1. S o does K y iv . 5. T h e re are in d o o r a n d o u td o o r s p o rts 2. N e it h e r is t h is p a r t o f th e c it y . a n d g am es, a re n ’ t th e re ? 3. S o is K y iv . 6. W h e n ca n I go 7. H o w lo n g h a ve p. 193 s k iin g ? 4. S o a re sh ops a n d r e s ta u r a n ts . th e y h a d t h is t r a in in g w ere new a r t g a lle r ie s . 5. So s im u la to r? Ex. E x . 3 p. 1. T h e S o u th B a n k o r th e C it y o f S o u t h ­ w a rk has m a n y o f f ic e b u ild in g s , an d it is also th e site o f a la rg e , m o d e rn c u lt u r a l .4 bo ok .o L o u G e h r ig s to p p e d h it t in g . O n e new s­ 3 p. 194 rg 185 T h e n , d u r in g th e 1 9 38 b a se b a ll season p a p e r re p o rte d t h a t L o u s w u n g as h a rd c e n tre w ith a n u m b e r o f th e a tre s , m u ­ as he c o u ld , b u t seu m s an d an a r t g a lle ry . it d id n ’t go He u sed w h en he h it th e b a ll a n y w h e re . L o u d if f e r e n t s p o rts ex e rsize2.. S o u th L o n d o n in c lu d e s h is t o r ic tow n s d e q u ip m e n t o f G re e n w ic h a n d W im b le d o n . a n d t r a in in g s im u la t o r s . H e to o k e x tra 3. T h e E a s t E n d w as th e c e n tre o f L o n ­ b a t tin g p ra c tic e . H e even t r ie d c h a n g in g d o n ’s d o ck s a n d h e a v y in d u s t r y . th e w a y he sto o d a n d h e ld h is b a t. H e 4. T o d a y th e E a s t E n d is an a rea w ith n u ­ had th e m e ro u s s m a ll o f f ic e s , fa c t o r ie s an d w o r k ­ a n d w a tc h e d h is d ie t. sh ops th a t a re m ix e d u p w ith th e houses. been w in t e r o f w o r k in g 19 38 h a rd d u r in g w B u t th e f o llo w in g s p r in g L o u ’s p la y in g w as w orse. T im e a f t e r tim e he s w u n g at p. 185 w Ex. 4 w th e b a ll a n d m issed . T o b u m p , to la n d , T o ta k e , to do, to ch ee r to f a ll, to g e th e r w it h its s u b u rb s 6. L o n d o n has a p o p u la tio n o f o v e r seven m illio n s ix h u n d re d th o u s a n d people an d I r re g u la r R e g u la r 5. L o n d o n m akes G re a te r L o n d o n . to cpm e, to g e t, to ru n it co n tin u e s to g ro w . Ex. 4 p. 194 1. T 2. F (The C it y o f L o n d o n w as s u rro u n d e d b y a g re a t w a ll). E x . 2 p. 187 Id ; 2b: 3a; 4c. 4. T 188 6. F E x . 4b p. 1. J u liu s C a e s a r a n d h is a r m y in v a d e d B r it a in in 55 B . C . 2. T h e R o m a n s cam e to B r it a in to look f o r ric h e s s u c h as la n d s , s la v e s b u t m ost 3. T 5. T (T h e re a re m any h ills in N o rth London) 7. T E x . 7 p. 195 L o n d o n S ig h ts e e in g T o u r o f a ll ir o n , co p p e r, s ilv e r a n d g o ld . 3. B r i t a in w as ru le d b y th e R o m a n s f o r W e s ta rt a t V ic t o r i a S t a t io n . O u r coach a lm o st f o u r c e n tu rie s . m akes yo u a lo n g B u c k in g h a m P a la ce
  • 14. Road where you can see Buckingham Palace and the St Janie’ s Park. Then we drive to the T rafalgar Square where you can see the National Gallery. N ext we drive down W hitehall to the Parlianient Square. W e stop to visit W estm inster A bbey. Then we past the Houses o f Parliam ent and B ig Ben. W e drive along V ictoria Embankment and you see the R iver Thames. Then wo visit St P au l’ s Cathedral and the Tow er o f London. W e com e back through the W est End. Finally we return you to V ictoria Station. son put th e f ig u r e s in t o 5. T 6. T E . 2p. x 202 la ; 2d; 3b; 4c. E . 3p. x 203 1. F ( A f a m ily h a d th re e b ro th e r s an d a s ister). 2. T 3. T 5. T 6. T 7. T E . 4 p. x 204 1. O n ce th e re liv e d a f r ie n d ly fa m ily . 2. T h e b r o th e rs to o k ca re oo k. or s is te r. of t h e ir 3. E v e r y b o d y o f th e m w as k n o w n f o r h is ta le n t. 4. F in e p o ts w ere m ad e b y S ch e k . 5. K h o r y v m ad e e a rr in g s and r in g s . 6. L y b id w as know n as a g ifte d s p in n e r. .4 b 7. T h e f a m ily w as t r a v e llin g a lo n g the p. 198 w w w 1. The epidem ic o f bubonic plague broke out in Europe in the seventeenth century. 2. Many houses in the past were built o f wood. 3. W hen they were passing the house, they noticed acrid smoke and stench of burning. 4. B efore the epidem ic died down, it had taken 100 ООО lives. 5. Last sum m er was very dry and the fire spread very quickly. 6. Look! They are rebuilding the medieval cathedral now. 7. Forest fires usually cause a lot o f troubles. 8. Our neighbours used brick and stone to build their new house. Ex. (H e r a m u seu m n o t f a r fr o m B a k e r S tre e t). 4. F (T h e f a m ily chose th e place). 3 p. 197 1. The streets in the old city o f London were narrow and crooked. 2. The Great Plague started in 1665. 3. Fleas spread the disease from infected rats. 4. The G reat F ire b rok e ou t on 2'“* Septem ber 1666. 5. The fire spread quickly because the w ooden houses were very dry after a long hot summer. 6. Londoners rebuilt the city with brick and stone instead o f tim ber. 7. The great architect o f the new city was Sir Cristopher W ren. Ex. 7 4. F g Ex. 3. T 3 p. R iv e r and fo u n d a b e a u t ifu l p la ce to s e ttle th e re . 8. T h e b ro th e r s saw th e m a je s tic green h ills th a t w ere co v e re d w ith g reen trees an d b r ig h t flo w e rs . 9. M o re and m o re people s ta rte d co m in g . 10. T h e s e ttle m e n t g rew in t o a b ig s ity . E . 7 p. x 204 1. ’’L o o k ! I ’ve m ade b e a u t if u l e a rr in g s a n d n e ck la ce s ” , sa id K h o r y v . 2. K y i h a d b u i l t a f i r m f a m il y t r a v e lle d a lo n g b o a t a n d th e th e D n ip r o R i v e r lo o k in g f o r a new p la c e to s e t t le . 3. L y b id s a id to h e r b ro th e rs : ” I ’ve sp u n th e lin e n a n d i t is w h it e n in g in th e su n now ” . 4. K y i v is v is it e d by th o u s a n d s of t o u r is ts e v e r y yea r. 200 1. F (Figures are made o f wax). 2. F (Y ou can see figures o f fam ous people). D n ip r o 5. K h o r y v s a id to S c h e k : ” L o o k ! M o re many an d m o re p eo p le a re c o m in g to b u ild t h e ir h om e s a t th e fo o t o f th e h i l l s ” .
  • 15. 6. T h e b ro th e rs h ad w o rk e d h a rd b efo re th e y m ade a f ir m boat. 7. K y i v w as fo u n d e d b ro th e rs and t h e ir by th e th re e L y b id s is te r 1500 y e a rs ago. 1. W a s e rc cre d - P a s t I n d e fin ite P a ss iv e V o ic e 2. Is s t r e t c h in g - P re s e n t C o n t in io u s A c t iv e V o ic e 8. P e o p le w ill re m e m b e r th e le g e n d o f K y i v f o r m a n y c e n t u r ie s in th e f u t u r e . E x . 3 p. 212 E x . 5 p. 26 0 3. E n jo y - P re s e n t I n d e fin ite A c t iv e V o ic e 4. H a s been s h in in g - P re s e n t P e r fe c t Id ; 2e; 3a; 4b; 5 f; 6c. C o n tin io u s E x . 6 p. 5. lia s ch a n ge d - P a s t I n d e fin ite 207 E x. 1 la ; 2b; 3c; 4c; 5a; 6a. E x . 5 p. 210 1. W h o p. 213 1. ... h a d n ’t th e y ? does th e m a in s tre e t of tlie 5. ..., d o n ’ t th ey? 2. ... w e re n ’ t th ey? 6. .. . does it? c a p ita l o f U k r a in e a ttra c t? 3. ... d id n ’ t it? 7. ..., is n ’ t it? 2. W h e r e d id k y iv a n p rin c e s use to h u n t? 4. ... a re n ’ t th e re ? 8. .... a re n ’ t th e y? 4. A t w h a t d a y does n o t th e t r a f f i c in K h r e s c h a t y k S tre e t ru n ? 5. W h o en jo ys d if f e r e n t s tre e t show s on Am ong th e 3. L o o k ! T h e f la g is f ly in g on th e top o f s q u a re s of K y iv M a id a n N e z a le z h n o s t i s t a n d s o u t as th e m o st a t t r a c t iv e o n e. n a t io n a lit ie s P e o p le can a d iv e r s it y be p ro v e s of seen th e d if f e r e n t h e re . fa c t S u ch th a t th e s q u a r e p o ssesses a u n iq u e a tm o s p h e re . G a te w as th e o n ly th e c it y . o ld g a te th ro u g h e n te r t h e of h e re .4 t im e w h ic h p eo p le N ow adays w a n c ie n t a m odel 2. T h e y w ere ta lk in g about the R o m a n ra n g . 212 c o u ld y e s te rd a y . bo ok . E x . 4 p. P o lis h 213 1. W e had a lesson on th e R o m a n h is t o r y In va sio n o f B r it a in w h en th e sch oo l b ell S u n d a y s? In E x . 2 p. or g 3. W h a t k in d o f tre e s a re in blossom in K y i v in s p rin g ? o n ly re m in d s of B u c k in g h a m P a la c e , so th e Q ueen is in h e r residen ce. 4. L o n d o n has been c h a n g in g d u r in g th e c e n tu rie s b u t th e R iv e r T h a m e s w ill alw ays be the c e n tra l p a r t o f it. 5. T h e C it y o f L o n d o n w as s u rro u n d e d by a g re a t w a ll in a n c ie n t tim es. 6. T h e h is t o r y o f K y i v w as w rit t e n m u ch ab ou t. 7. L o n d o n e rs r e b u ilt th e c it y w ith b ric k an d ston e a f t e r th e G r e a t F ir e o f S t a t u e to th e P a t r o n S a in t A r c h a n g e l London. M ic h a e l, 8. T h e w it . V is it o r s o f th e s q u a re ca n see th e C o n se rv a to w th e and th e p u p ils w e re lo o k in g fo r th e u n d e r g r o u n d e n t e r t a in m e n t a n d tra d e in f o r m a t io n a b o u t th e h is t o r ic a l p la ce s c e n tr e of ’’G lo b u s ” . The m onum ent to London th e In d e p e n d e n ce w it h U k r a in e is th e p h o to m o s t im p r e s s iv e o n e. It is th e s ta tu e w h en th e y London in fo u n d an o ld ce n tu ry . of th e e ig h t e e n t h o f U k r a n ia n g i r l on th e to p , s t r e t c h in g 9. K y i v her and w ill a lw a ys re m a in g re a t h is to ric a l hands w it h th e s n o w b a ll tre e b ra n c h in t o th e s k y as i f p r e d ic t in g th e an d I.ondon h a ve a lw a ys been ca p ita ls . f lo u r is h in g f u t u r e o f o u r c o u n t r y . P eop le can s h a re th e d a y s o f s u n s h in e E x. 5 p. a n d sh ad ow a t t h is sq u a re . Ic; 2e; 3h; 4 f; 5g; 6b; 7a; 8 d . 215 M a id a n N e za le zh n o sti is especially solem n E x . 6 P- on h o lid a y s . O n these d a y s th o u sa n d s o f K y i v is th e c it y w ith a h is t o r y t h a t has people com e h e re at n ig h t to w atch c o n ­ sp a n n e d m o re th a n a m ille n iu m . It is ce rts o f c e le b r itie s , an d to ob serve u n b e ­ one o f the m o st p ic t u re s q u e c it ie s in the lie v a b le fir e w o r k d is p la y s . w o rld . 215 G re e n s t re e ts f u lly h a r m o n iz e
  • 16. w ith th e im p r e s s iv e re ig n of a r c h it e c tu r e . P r in c e D u r in g V o to d y m y r th e G r e a t th e f i r s t sto n e c h u r c h in U k r a - | a m o n u m e n t to Bohdan K h m e ln y t s k y , | th e H e tm a n o f th e U k r a n ia n C o ssa ck s. I S t S op h ia's Ca th edra l was often used to in e w as b u ilt . T h e G o ld e n G a te , b u ilt | receive fo re ig n am bassadors and sig n trea- in I ties in the past. T h e f ir s t school and lib ra ry th e 11“ ce n tu ry , e n tr a n c e to th e w as th e p r im a r y fo rtre ss. It w as v e r y ] were situated in th e ch u rch as well, fa m o u s in E a s t e r n E u r o p e . It w as resto - I T h e c h u rc h w as b u ilt in 1037 b y P r in c e re d in 1 9 8 9 . I St fa r S o p h ia ’ s fro m C a t h e d ra l th e G o ld e n is lo cate d G a te . It Y a ro s la v th e W is e to co m m em o ra te the n o t j v ic t o r y o v e r th e P e c h e n ig s . A t th a t tim e fa ces | it w as a m a jo r c u lt u r a l j ce n tre o f K y iv a n R u s . w w w .4 bo ok .o rg a s q u a re in th e c e n tre o f w h ich th e re is an d p o lit ic a l