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  • rg Розв’язання вправ та завдань до підручника .o «АНГЛІЙСЬКА МОВА» w w w .4 bo ok А. М. Несвіт
  • U N IT 1 Lesson 1 Ex. 1. p. 4 1. A fa m ily tree — 1 . 2 . P a ren ts — 8, 14. 3. G rand paren ts — 2 . 3, 16, 1 7 . 4 . A fa th e r , d ad, a h usb and — 8 . 5. A m o th e r , m um , a w ife — 14. 6. A siste r — 7, 14, 5, 11. 7. A b roth er — 4 , 6, 9, 10, 8, 15. 8. A gran d m a, gran n y — 2, 16. 9 . A gran d pa, granddad — 3, 17. 10. A n au n t — 7, 14. 11. A n u n cle — 4 , 8 , 15. 12. A gran d son — 6, 9, 10. 13. A gran d d a u g h ter — 5, 11, 13. 14. A son — 4, 8, 6, 9, 10, 15. 15. A d au gh ter — 5, 7, 11, 14, 13. 16. C ousins — 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 13. Ex. 2. p. 4 1. A . 2. C. 3. A . 4. A . 5. C. Ex. 6. p. 5 k. or g 1. D augh ter. 2. H usband. 3. W ife. 4. P aren ts. 5. G randparents. Ex. 4. p. 5 Lesson 2 w Ex. 1. p. 6 .4 bo o 1. My nam e is O ksana. 2. I am U krain ian b ecau se I w as born in U k rain e. 3. I liv e in a ty p ica l U k rain ian fa m ily . 4 . In U k ra in e fa m ilies are n ot v ery large. 5. I have got a fa th er , a m oth er and a brother. 6. W e all liv e to g eth e r in a c ity in th e E ast o f U krain e. 7. W e have g o t a gard en around our h ouse w here I p lay w ith m y brother. 8. My gran d m other and g ran d fath er liv e in th e v illa g e . 9. W e take care o f our gran d paren ts. w 1. A . 2. B. 3. D. 4. C. Ex. 3. p. 7 w 1. B. 2. C. 3. A . Ex. 4. p. 8 1. P e ter and T on y. 2. B eth . 3. B eth . 4. J im and T ony. 5. The Taylors. Ex. 5. p. 8 1. Old — o ld er — th e o ld e st. 2. Tall — ta lle r — th e t a lle s t. 3. Y oung — you n ger — th e y o u n gest. 4. H elp fu l — m ore h elp fu l — the m ost h elp fu l. 5. N o isy — n oisier — the n oisiest. 6. In tellig en t — m ore in te llig e n t — th e m ost in te llig e n t. Ex. 7. p. 9 Our fam ily is large. W e are a fam ily of seven: m y m other, m y father, m y grandm other, m y grandfather, m y sister, m y brother and I. 982 Ш А Н ГЛ ІЙ СЬ К А М О В А . A. M . Несвіт
  • .o rg M y m o t h e r ’s n a m e is T a ty a n a . S h e is 3 7 y e a r s o ld . S h e is a tea ch er. S h e is a v e r y n ice , k in d and c lev e r w om an . M y f a t h e r ’s n am e is P a v lo . H e is 4 0 y e a r s old . H e is a w o rk er. H e is ta ll and str o n g . My g ra n d m o th er’s nam e is E len a P etriv n a . S he is 6 0 y ea rs old . She d oes n ot w ork now , sh e is a p en sion er. A ll o f u s try to help her. My g r a n d fa th e r ’s nam e is P etro Iv an ov ich . H e is 65 y ea rs old . H e is th e e ld e st p erson in ou r fa m ily . M y b roth er and s is te r are stu d e n ts . T h eir n am es are V lad and M asha. T h ey are old er than m e. M asha is th e n ic e st person in our fa m ily b u t V lad is th e m ost h elp fu l. W e are a v er y good fa m ily . W e love each o th er v er y m uch. In th e e v e n in g s, w h en all th e m em bers o f our fa m ily g e t to g e th e r a fte r w ork and stu d y , w e lik e to w atch TV, to read b ooks and n ew sp ap ers, to ta lk ab out d iffe r e n t th in g s and to d isc u ss a ll ou r p roblem s to g e th e r . W h en th e w ea th er is good w e so m etim es go fo r a w alk. Lesson 3 ok E x . 1. p. 9 bo 1. Irela n d . 2. Ir ish . 3. B r itis h . 4. S is te r . 5. T w in s. 6 . C lo se. 7. U nd erstand . 8. F rien ds. 9. Ideal. Ex. 4. p. 10 w .4 1. W here w as your frien d born? 2. W hat is your frie n d ’s hobby? 3. H as your frien d go t a siste r or a brother? 4. H ow old is he (she)? 5. Is your friend kind? 6. Is your friend h elp fu l? 7. Is your frien d clever? 8. Is you r frien d active? 9. H ow do you spend y o u r free tim e together? w Ex. 6. p. 10 w My b est frien d is M aria. W e stu d y in th e sam e cla ss. S he is also elev en . My frien d is v ery frie n d ly and k ind . She is a v er y kind person. She also som etim es h elp s me w ith M ath em atics. W e go in fo r v olleyb all. I spend lo ts o f tim e w ith M aria a fte r school and at w eekends. W e lik e sh op p in g fo r clo th es. W e also lik e g o in g fo r a w alk in th e c ity cen ter. Lesson 4 Ex. 1. p. 10 1. C h eerfu l. 2. L iv ely . 3. H o n est. 4 . C lever. 5. H a rd -w o rk in g . 6. A tte n tiv e . Ex. 3. p. 11 1. B. 2. A . 3. C. 4. D. а н г л і й с ь к а м о в а . a . M. Н є с в і т Ш Э83
  • Lesson 5 E x . 4 . p . 14 1. E x c itin g . 2. Go cam p ing. 3. Take sw im m in g le sso n s and a tten d . 4 . M usic. 5. To m eet. 6. W on d erfu l, seasid e. Ex. 6. p. 14 1. The ch ild ren lik e to go h ik in g in au tu m n . 2. The ch ild ren lik e to a tten d th e th ea tre. 3. The ch ild ren lik e to draw . 4. T he ch ild ren lik e to read. 5. The ch ild ren lik e to p lay foo tb a ll. 6 . The ch ild ren lik e to take care about th e anim als. Lesson 6 1. C. 2. C. 3. B. 4. B. 5. A . Ex. 5. p. 17 1. U . 2. U . 3. N . 4. N . 5. U. E x . 7 . p. 18 k. or g Ex. 4. p. 16 1. Helps. 2. Comes. 3. Cleans. 4. D usts. 5. Does. 6. H elps. 7. Like. 8. Makes. 9. Are doing. 10. Is raining. 11. Are taking. 12. A re wearing. bo o Lesson 7 Ex. 5. p. 20 w .4 1. D id you tak e you r p et to sch o o l y este rd a y ? — N o , I 2. D id you p u t all you r tex tb o o k s in to you r bag y esterd a y ? I did. 3. Did you becom e good frien d s la st sum m er? — Y es, 4 . D id you p lay fo o tb a ll in th e park y este rd a y ? — N o , I 5. D id you w an t to b u y a can o f coke y este rd a y ? — Y e s, d id n ’t. — Y es, w e d id. d id n ’t. I d id . Lesson 8 w Ex. 3. p. 21 w 1. B u sin essm an . 2. Farm er. 3. L ets m e w ork on th e co m p u ter. 4. Lets me pet th e cow s to keep them happy. 5. G ive m e b ig h u g s and say, “See you real soon ”. Ex. 6. p. 22 1. I have got gran d paren ts. 2. W e o fte n go to the v illa g e w here our grandparents liv e . 3. T hey are p en sion ers now. 4. M y gran d m other is a doctor. 5. W e u su a lly help them in th e garden. 6. W e look a fte r the cow s and p ig s. 7. W e feed them . 8. W hen I am a g ro w n ­ up I w ant to be a b u sin essm an as m y fath er. Lesson 9 Ex. 1. p. 23 1. 984 Know. 2. H as g o t. 3. A re. 4. Is reading. 5. H elps. 6. A re w earing. Ш АНГЛІЙСЬКА МОВА. A. M. Несвіт
  • Ex. 2. p. 23 bo o k. or g 1. Do you u su a lly go. 2. V isit. 3. A re th e y w ritin g . 4 . D id he do. 5. Is w ork in g. 6. D id sh e liste n . Ex. 3. p. 23 1. H ow m any m em bers are th ere in you r fam ily? 2. H ow old is you r brother (sister)? 3. W h at does you r fa th er do? 4 . W h a t does you r m oth er do? 5. W h at is you r fa m ily ’s hobby? 6 . H ow old is your fa th er (m other)? 7. Is you r m oth er kind? 8. Is y o u r b rother h elp fu l? 9. Is your sis te r clever? 10. Is you r fa th er activ e? 11. How do you spend your fre e tim e togeth er? Ex. 5. p. 24 1. I u su a lly sta y at hom e on S u n d ays. 2. My siste r lik es tid y in g her room . 3. Is th e livin g -ro o m n ex t to th e k itch en ? 4. I lik e p la y in g table ten n is at th e w eekend . 5. M y fa th er w orks in th e gard en on Sun days. 6. The p ersonal com p uter is on th e d esk . 7. The cu rta in s are above th e desk. 8. Mr. Brow n alw ays g e ts up early. Ex. 3. p. 25 1. T. 2. F. 3. T. 4. T. Ex. 5. p. 25 My s is te r ’s nam e is A lla . A lla has b lue eyes and fa ir hair. S he is a very good -look in g g ir l. A lla is three years y o u n g er th a n m e. She is a pupil o f th e 2nd form . She does w ell at sch ool and g e ts o n ly good and ex c ellen t m arks. E n glish is her fa v o u r ite su b ject and sh e w ants to becom e a teacher. .4 U N IT 2 w Lesson 1 w w EX. 1. p. 28 1. A blouse. 2. A sh irt. 3. A sk irt. 4. A pair o f tig h ts . 5. A T -sh irt. 6. A jacket. 7. T rousers. 8. A pair o f socks. 9. A d ress. 10. A pair o f jean s. 11. A sca rf. 12. A coat. 13. A sw eater. 14. S h oes. 15. B oots. 16. A sw eatsh irt. Ex. 6. p. 30 1. W hen I go to school I u su a lly p u t on a b louse and a sk ir t, sh oes and tig h ts. I w ear jean s and a T -sh irt a fte r school. 2. W hen I am at hom e I w ear jean s and a T -sh irt or a d ress. Lesson 2 Ex. 2. p. 30 1. C. 2. E. 3. A . 4. F. 5. D. 6. B. Ex. 5. p. 31 1. T hese are b oots and th o se are h ig h b oots. 2. T his is a b louse and th a t is a T -sh irt. 3. T hese are d resses and th ose are jea n s. 4. T hese А Н ГЛ ІЙ СЬ К А М ОВА. A. М . Несвіт gij 985
  • are sh irts and th o se are b lou ses. 5. T his is a jum per and th a t is a sw eater. 6. T h ese are u n iform s and th a t is a sw eater. Lesson 3 Ex. 2. p. 33 1. Sue. 2. Tom . 3. M ary. 4. Clark. 5. Jack. 6. Bob. Ex. 3. p. 33 1. B. 2. B. 3. B. 4. A , b. 5. B. 6. A. Ex. 6. p. 34 k. or g D ear Jim , Thank you for your letter. This is to tell you about m y school uniform . In au tu m n and w in ter th e g ir ls w ear w h ite b lo u ses, b lue sk ir ts and blue jack ets. The boys w ear w h ite sh irts, b lue tro u sers and co a ts. W e d o n ’t h ave to w ear tie s at sch ool. In sp rin g w e d o n ’t w ear jack ets or coats b ecau se it is w arm . W rite me soon and in form m e about your school u n ifo rm . Y ours, K ate Lesson 4 bo o Ex. 1. p. 35 1. G. 2. B. 3. D. 4. A . 5. H. 6. C. 7. F. 8. E. Ex. 4. p. 36 w w .4 1. She is go in g to u n zip a sw eater. 2. H e is g o in g to fa ste n a b elt. 3. They are g o in g to u nlace up th e sh oes. 4. H e is g o in g to p u ll o ff th e sw eater. 5. H e is g o in g to p u t on jean s. 6. S he is g o in g to take o ff a coat. 7. H e is go in g to zip a coat. 8. S he is g o in g to sew a b u tton . 9. She is g o in g to p u t on d esig n er clo th es. 1 0. H e is g o in g to lace up h is sh oes. 11. S he is g o in g to sew clo th es. 12. He is g o in g to pull o f f h is socks. w Ex. 5. p. 37 1. Is. 2. A re. 3. Is, is, is. 4. A re, are, is. 5. Is, is. 6. A re, are. Lesson 5 Ex. 5. p. 39 A . 1. J a ck et, tro u ser s. 2. 1. B ad ge, p ock et. 2 . U n ifo r m , sh ir t, school. B. 1. D ress, S ock s, socks. 2. 1. S andals, sh oes. 2. U n ifo rm , h at. Lesson 6 Ex. 1. p. 39 1. 986 F. 2. T. 3. F. 4. F. 5. T. Ш А Н ГЛ ІЙ СЬ К А М О В А . A. M. Несвіт
  • Lesson 7 Ex. 4 . p. 42 My fa v o u r ite th in g to w ear is a d ress. It is red. I t ’s g o t a flo w er. I lik e it b ecau se red is m y fa v o u r ite colour. Ex. 6. p. 42 1. 8 . 2. 4. 3. 2. 4. 3. 5. 5. 6. 1. 7. 6. 8. 9. Lesson 8 Ex. 1. p. 43 1. W hat is your favou rite colour? 2. W h at do you w ear at school? 3. W h at do you w ear at hom e? 4. W h at do you w ear at parties? 5. W hat do you wear when you do sports? 6. Do you like to w ear jeans? 7. W hen do you u su ally w ear a dress? 8. W hat sty le do you prefer? k. or g Ex. 7. p. 45 1. D oes you r b rother lik e to w ear loose cloth in g? 2. D oes you r m oth er u su a lly w ear h igh -h eeled sh o es in h er o ffic e? 3. A re you g o in g to th e fa n cy d ress ball as M ickey M ouse? 4. D oes th is dark tie m atch you r new su it? bo o Lesson 9 Ex. 3. p. 46 Ex. 5. p. 47 .4 1. G ets up. 2. H u rries. 3. W ears. 4. P ro tec ts. 5. W ears. 6. P u ts on. 7. A rriv es. 8. R eads. 9. S tu d ies. 10. D oes. 11. Trains. 1 2. L ikes. 13. H as already helped. w 1. Take o ff, take o ff. 2. P u t on. 3. P u t on. 4. B rin g. 5. P u t on. 6. W ear, take o ff. w Ex. 3. p. 49 w 1. 2. 2. 5. 3. 6. 4. 1. 5. 3. 6. 4. Ex. 4. p. 49 1. W h ale. 2. Ben and B ecky. 3. D ress. 4. M onkeys. 5. B ecky. 6 . Ben and Becky. 7. D ress. Ex. 5. p. 49 L ight — tig h t — fig h t — b righ t — sig h t — rig h t — n ig h t — flig h t. Ex. 6. p. 50 1. L igh t. 2. T ig h t. 3. S ig h t. 4. N ig h t. 5. F lig h t. 6. R ig h t. Ex. 7. p. 50 1. W h at is B eck y’s fa v o u r ite day? 2. W h at w as th e w ea th er like? 3. W h at d ress w as her fa v o u rite? 4. W h at w as sp ecial about th e dress? 5. W h at happened w hen B ecky w ore th e dress? АН ГЛ ІЙ С Ь К А М О В А. A. М. Несвіт Щ 987
  • U N IT S Lesson 1 Ex. 4. p. 53 1. T. 2. F. 3. T. 4. F. Ex. 7. p. 54 k. or g In m y fam ily w e have fou r m eals a day: b reak fa st, lu n ch , d in n er and supper. I u su a lly h ave b reak fast at seven o ’clock . I h ave g o t a san dw ich and a cup o f tea. I u su a lly have lu nch at school. For lunch I u su a lly h ave som e fr u it and a cake. W hen I com e hom e from school at three o ’clock I have d inn er tog eth er w ith m y siste r . W e have go t borsh or so u p , m eat or fish and vegetab les. In th e ev e n in g w e h ave su p p er. For su p p er w e h a v e g o t m ea t, ch eese, salads and a lot o f fr u it. Lesson 2 Ex. 2. p. 55 1. C. 2. E. 3. A . 4. B. bo o Ex. 3. p. 55 1. Jan e. 2. A le x . 3. A lex . 4. Jan e. 5. Jan e. 6. A lex . Ex. 4. p. 56 .4 1. A lot of. 2. M uch. 3. M any. 4. A lot o f. 5. M uch. 6. M uch. Lessons 3 - 4 w Ex. 4. p. 58 1. B. 2. C. 3. B. 4. A . w Ex. 5. p. 58 w 1. M any. 2. M any. 3. A n y. 4. Som e. 5. M uch. 6. M any. 7. A n y . 8. Som e. 9. M uch. 10. Som e. Ex. 7. p. 59 My B irth d ay B irthday is a v ery w ond erfu l day. Everybody lik es to celebrate it. In th e m orning on m y b irthd ay m y parents lay the p resen ts near m y bed. My Mom and D addy and m y little b rother com e to m y room to con gratu late m e and to sin g «Happy B irthd ay». U su a lly w e hold m y birthday party in th e even in g . U su a lly w e celebrate it at hom e. W e clean th e house th e day before birthday. In th e m orn ing o f b irthd ay party day m y fa th er goes sh opp in g and buys ev e ry th in g w e need. M y m other bakes a cake or pie. W e put on even in g s u its and d resses and w ait for th e g u e sts. The fla t looks nice and cosy. I am alw ays 988 Ш А Н ГЛІЙ СЬК А М ОВА. A. M . Несвіт
  • v ery glad to m eet m y g u e sts. I lik e to g e t flo w ers and p resen ts. Mom b rin gs in the b irth d ay cake. W e dance and sin g so n g s, p lay gam es and la u g h , joke, te ll fu n n y sto rie s. I th in k th a t m y b irth d a y is one o f th e b est days in a year. Lessons 5 - 6 Ex. 1. p. 59 1. T. 2. F. 3. F. 4. T. Ex. 5. p. 61 bo o k. or g D ear A nn , Thank you fo r you r le tte r . In th is le tte r I ’ll w rite you about our sch o ol m eals. I u su a lly h ave m y b rea k fa st at h om e, b u t Ih ave lunch at school. W e have g o t a very n ice can teen and th e food th e y cook th ere is really ta sty . W e h ave g o t th e v eg eta b le soup or th e ch ick en sou p. There is salad and th ere are v eg e ta b le s. The food on th e m enu is v ery h ealth y. There is a large se lec tio n o f cak es, p ies and d rin k s. B u t th ere is n ’t any ice-cream or ch ocolate. W rite me soon and tell m e all you r new s. Y ours, Oksana Lesson 7 Ex. 1. p. 62 w Ex. 5. p. 64 .4 1. D inner. 2. F avou rite. 3. R ice. 4. Cabbage le a v es. 5. S our cream . 6. Cook. 7. D elicio u s. 8. R ecipe. w w To cook th e A pple P ie, take our easy recipe for A pple P ie. Y ou w ill need th e fo llo w in g In gredients: 4 large apples, h a lf a cup o f flo u r, 1 cup su gar, one h alf o f th e cinnam on 3 tablesp oons lo w -fa t y o g u rt, 1 h /1 1 soda, e g g and a pinch o f sa lt. If th is is all you h ave, you can go d irectly to th e cook in g. H ow to prepare: P eel th e apples, p eeled, cu t in to th in w ed ges. Then lay th e slice s in oiled m ould for b akin g, sp rin kle w ith su gar (0 .5 tbsp su gar). Then send th e m ould w ith an A pple in a preheated oven . I t’s tim e to bake our apples. It on ly takes 2 0 m inu tes. W h ile th e apples are baked. Cook th e dough from th e above listed p rod ucts. M ix w ell th e d ough . Then pour th e baked apples. Then an oth er 25 m in u tes to bake pie u n til fu lly cooked. W e hope th at our easy recipe fo r A pple P ie you lik ed . Enjoy you r m eal. Ex. 6. p. 64 1. L ives. 2. D ecided. 3. Liked. 4. Join ed . 5. Got. 6. Becam e. 7. D on ’t eat. 8. D on’t drink. 9. W ill m ake. 10. Made. 11. H ave. 12. Can m ake. А Н ГЛ ІЙ С Ь К А М О В А. A. М . Несвіт Ш 989
  • Le s s o n 8 Ex. 1. p. 65 1. M eals. 2. B reak fast. 3. M ilk. 4. E ggs. 5. M arm alade. 6 . Cup. 7. L u nch. 8. C h ip s. 9. L em on ad e. 10. P ack ed lu n c h . 1 1 . T ea. 12. R oll. 13. D inner. 14. P la te. 15. C hicken. II II Ex. 2. p. 65 1. F. 2. F. 3. F. 4. F. 5. F. 6. T. Щ Lesson 9 Щ E x . 1. p. 67 Carrots, eg g s, grapes, lem ons, on ions, apples, p ota to es, cucum bers. Ex. 2. p. 67 k. or g 1. H ow m uch. 2. A n y. 3. Som e. 4. A n y. 5. Som e. 6. Som e. 7. H ow m any. Ex. 3. p. 67 bo o 1. Came. 2. O rdered. 3 . Told. 4. D id n ’t lik e. 5. W ere. 6. W a s. 7. W en t. 8. Took. 9. Cut. 10. P u t. 11. Came. 12. Said. 13. W ere. 14. Becam e. Ex. 4. p. 67 1. B. 2. C. 3. C. 4. B. Ex. 5. p. 68 .4 1. D. 2. E. 3. C. 4. B. 5. A . Ex. 7. p. 71 1. H er. 2. I. 3. C arrots. 4. W as. 5. Jars. 6. M uch. w Ex. 8. p. 71 w w 1. Last w eek w e w en t fo r a p icnic to th e river. 2. It w as th e 4 th o f J u ly . 3. I w en t th ere w ith m y fa m ily and frien d s. 4. W e took a lot o f san dw iches w ith ham and ch eese, tea , w a ter, v eg eta b les and fr u it. 5. W e sta y e d n ear th e riv er . 6. W e p layed fo o tb a ll, sw am and ate there. U N IT 4 Lesson 1 Ex. 1. p. 74 1. He lik es to liste n to m u sic. 2. H e lik es to read m a gazin es. 3 . She lik es to w atch cartoons about an im als. 4. They lik e to play d iffe r e n t gam es. 5. She lik es to go for a w alk to th e park. 6. They lik e to go to th e b irthd ay p arties. Ex. 4. p. 75 1. Richard. 2. John. 3. R ichard. 4. Sue. 5. R ichard. 6. John. 7. Mary. 990 Ш АНГЛІЙСЬКА МОВА. A. M. Несвіт
  • Ex. 6 . p. 76 I lik e to go th e parks, fo r e sts, to th e co u n try and en joy th e b eau ty o f n atu re. S om etim es I lik e to sta y at hom e w atch in g TV or read in g books. A s for m e I p refer to spend m y free tim e in d iffe r e n t w ays. I lik e to go in for sp o rts, to p lay fo o tb a ll, b asketb all or v o lley b a ll w ith m y frien d s. I lik e to w atch TV, to liste n a tape recorder and play com p uter gam es. A lso I lik e to go fo r a w alk in th e co u n try and en joy th e b eau ty o f n atu re. I am also su re th a t b ooks are our good frien d s and teach ers. Lesson 2 Ш Ex. 4. p. 77 k. or g M onday — Look a fte r h is siste r. T uesday — H elp h is m um do th e sh opp in g. W ed n esd ay — V isit h is gran n y. T hursday — Take h is m usic lesson . F riday — P lay ch ess w ith S tev e. Lesson 3 Ex. 2. p. 78 bo o 1. C. 2. A . 3. D. 4. B. 5. E. Ex. 6. p. 80 w w w .4 D ear A nn , W h at are you d oin g on S unday even in g? I ’m g o in g to th e park. L et’s go to g eth er. L e t’s m eet at six o ’clock near m y h ou se. W ould you lik e to com e? W rite m e. Love, Oksana D ear O ksana, Thanks for your in v ita tio n . I’d love to go to th e park, too. I ’ll m eet you near you r h ouse at six . A nn Lesson 4 Ex. 4. p. 81 1. T. 2. F. 3. T. 4. F. 5. T. Ex. 5. p. 82 1. H ave gon e. 2. H as M ary tak en . 3. H as already v isite d . 4. H ave n ever been. 5. H as already w atched. 6. H ave not been. Ex. 7. p. 82 1. W h at is your favo u rite channel? 2. W h at is One P lu s One? 3. Is One P lu s One your favo u rite channel? 4. W hp lik es to w atch sp orts А Н ГЛ ІЙ СЬ К А М О В А. A. М. Несвіт 991
  • program m es? 5. W hat program m es does S teve like to w atch? 6. W h at does S teve lik e to do? 7. W ho has already w atched th is film ? 8. H ave you already w atched th at film ? 9. W h at film have you w atched? Lesson 5 Ex. 2. p. 83 1. D. 2. F. 3. B. 4. A . 5. E. 6. C. Ex. 5. p. 84 1. W ho. 2. W h at. 3. W h ich . 4. W h ich . 5. W h at. 6. W h ich . Lesson 6 Ex. 3. p. 87 1. A bby. 2. A bby. 3. A bby. 4. M ike. 5. M aryna. 6 . M ike. 7. M ike. k. or g Ex. 5. p. 87 1. H ave. 2. H ave. 3. H ave. 4. H as. 5. H ave. 6. H as. Ex. 7. p. 87 w w .4 bo o I go in for sp o rts, I lik e to p lay ten n is. I go to play ten n is ev ery d ay. Sport is v ery im p ortan t part o f our life . M any people go in for sp orts, th ey go jo g g in g , w alk in g, sw im m in g , sk a tin g , sk iin g , train th em selv es in clubs and d iffe r e n t se ctio n s. P h y sica l tra in in g is an im portan t su b ject at sch ool. P u p ils p lay v o lley b a ll, fo o tb a ll, b asketball. I have b een p la y in g ten n is for 5 yea rs. T enn is becam e very popular now . I tak e part in d iffe r e n t com p etitio n s. W h y do I go in for sp orts? B ecau se I th in k th a t it is v ery im p ortan t for a man to be stron g and w ell-b uilt. Sport is not for w eak, because, you have to learn how to lo se , and i t ’s n o t ea sy . M y fa v o u r ite proverb says: «А sound m ind in sound body». Lesson 7 Ex. 6. p. 89 w ЩЩ 1. H ave. 2. H ave. 3. Do. 4. Do. 5. H as. 6. H a sn ’t. 7. D oes. Lesson 8 Ex. 5. p. 92 1. Y alta. 2. H otel. 3. N ice. 4. B u ild san d ca stles, feed se a g u lls and collect sh ells and sto n e s. 5. On ex cu rsio n s and has b ou gh t som e so u ven irs. 6. H er h olid ays in London. Lesson 9 Ex. 1. p. 93 1. W ent. 2. Saw. 3. P rogram m es. 4. Read. 5. Seats. 6. See. 7. M usic. 8. F an tastic. 9. Enjoyed. 992 Ш А Н ГЛІЙ СЬ К А М О В А . A. M. Несвіт
  • Ex. 2. p. 93 1. C ollected . 2. B egan . 3. K new . 4. K ept. 5. T ravelled . 6 . B ro u g h t. Ex. 3. p. 93 1. A . 2. B. 3. A . 4. B. Ex. 6. p. 94 1. W h at is he d oin g now? 2. Is he w a tch in g a fo o tb a ll m atch at th e m om ent? 3. W h at have you already seen today? 4 . W h en have you seen a quiz show ? 5. W ho has already seen a quiz show today? 6. W h at are you w atch in g? 7. A re you w a tc h in g a good program m e about birds in th e A n tarctic? Ex. 4. p. 95 k. or g 1. Let them cam p ou t in a te n t at th e back o f th e yard. 2. Take th in g s to th e te n t. 3. T h eir to y s and som e food to th e te n t. 4. A nn th o u g h t sh e heard a n oise. 5. T hey w ere scared. 6. Camp in... cam p out. Ex. 5. p. 95 1. Took. 2. Go. 3. L isten ed . 4. H elped. 5. S h in es. 6. E x p la in s. bo o U N ITS Lesson 1 Ex. 3. p. 99 .4 1. B. 2. A . 3. C. Ex. 4. p. 100 1. London. 2. Cold. 3. C an’t. 4. D id n ’t lik e. 5. Is. 6. S o m etim es. w Ex. 6. p. 101 w w There are fo u r season s in th e year: w in te r, sp rin g , su m m er and au tu m n . Each o f them la sts th ree m onth. W in ter is u su a lly a cold sea son . It o fte n sn ow s. The m ost u n p leasan t th in g about w in ter is th a t the su n se ts early and rises late — esp ecia lly in D ecem ber and Jan uary. The days are sh o rt, th e sky is o fte n g rey . B u t at th e end o f March the w eath er g e ts m ilder. The su n sh in es m ore b rig h tly . The days becom e lon ger. The sn ow b eg in s m eltin g . S p r in g com es and n a tu r e a w ak en s a fte r a lo n g sle ep o f w in te r . A ll k in d s o f p la n ts and flo w e r s com e o u t. The b ird s r e tu r n from th e S o u th and b u ild th e ir n e s ts . S p r in g is fo llo w e d b y su m m er. T he w e a th e r g e t s s t i l l w a rm er and so m e tim e s it is v e r y h o t. The sk y is b lu e and c lo u d le s s. B u t so m e tim e s th e r e are sto rm s w ith th u n d er and lig h t n in g . T he g a rd en s are g a y w ith flo w e r s a ll su m m er m o n th s. In su m m er p eop le sp en d m uch tim e in th e op en air. 3 2 Усі ГДР, 5 кл.
  • A utum n com es in Septem ber. Early au tu m n is still th e h a rvest tim e, th e tim e w hen th e fr u its and vegetab les becom e ripe. It is also a very b ea u tifu l tim e in th e year, w hen th e w eath er is s till w arm and th e leaves change th eir colour from green to yellow . B u t tow ards th e end o f October th e w eath er g e ts colder and colder. T here is m uch rain and fo g . L eaves fa ll from trees and cover th e grou n d. B ird s fly aw ay to th e w arm co u n tries. Low and h eavy clou d s h ang in th e sk y. N atu re slo w ly fa lls asleep fo r w in ter. Lesson 2 Ex. 3. p. 101 A — w in ter, В — sp rin g, С — au tu m n , D — su m m er. Ex. 4. p. 102 k. or g 1. T. 2. F. It is not cold and sn ow y in au tu m n . 3. T. 4 . T. 5. T. 6. F. The cou n trysid e is u su a lly fre sh a fte r th e rain. Ex. 6. p. 102 1. W arm . 2. A T -sh irt. 3. H ot. 4. S eason. 5. W eath er. 6. S un ny. 7. Sum m er. 8. D egrees. Lesson 3 bo o Ex. 4. p. 104 Ex. 7. p. 105 .4 1. L on g er, sh o r te r . 2. T a s tie r . 3. 2. The c o ld e s t. 3 . W a rm er and su n n ier. 4. H o tte r, d rier. 5. The d r ie st, th e h o tte s t. 6 . The w in d ie st. w w w T here are fo u r se ason s in a year: sp rin g , su m m er, a u tu m n and w in ter. S pring is th e tim e o f hope and h ap p in ess. N a tu re is aw ak en in g o f life again . T rees are b u r stin g in le a f, flo w ers are b reak in g in to b lossom . S pring is a b u sy season for gard en ers w ho have m uch to do in th eir orchards. R ain y and w arm w eath er in sp rin g is good. Sum m er is th e h o tte st season o f all. It is a tim e o f h olid ays and v a cation . P eople go to th e seasid e to lie in th e su n , to sw im in th e sea and com e back to th e ir w ork and stu d ie s, h ea lth y and fu ll o f v ita lity . In sum m er at tim es th e h eat is alm ost unbearable. B u t som etim es th ere are h eavy th u n d erstorm s in sum m er. A u tu m n is th e tim e o f h a rv est. In S ep tem b er th e w ea th er is fin e . O ctober and N ovem b er are ra in y . The sk y is m o st o v erca st w ith low and h eavy clou d s. In O ctober th e d ays are g ro w in g rap id ly sh o rter and th e su n rays lo se th e ir w arm th . In N o v em b er a lm o st all trees have ca st o f f th e ir le a v es and sta n d th ere bare and lo n ely . A sh ort sp ell o f w arm p lea sa n t w ea th er in au tu m n is ca lled Indian Sum m er. 9 94 :;:g; А Н ГЛІЙ СЬ К А М ОВА. A. M . Несвіт
  • W in te r is th e c o ld e st se a so n o f a ll. In w in te r th o u g h th e su n s h in e s, it s rays b rin g lit t le w arm th . N ig h ts are lo n g and d ays are sh o rt in w in te r . In w in te r th e w ea th er is n a sty w h en th e w ind b low s. W in te r is th e tim e fo r s k iin g , sk a tin g , h o ck ey -p la y in g . The str e e ts and p ark s are all in w h ite . I t ’s v er y n ice to be in th e open air. Lesson 4 Ex. 6. p. 107 w w w .4 bo ok .o rg D ear A nn , How are you sp en d in g your w in ter holid ays? I’d lik e to te ll you about m y h olid ays. W in te r h o lid a y s are sh o rter th a n su m m er o n es. T h ey b eg in at th e end o f D ecem ber and la st ab ou t tw o w ee k s. It is so n ice to h ave a re st from sc h o o l. D u r in g w in te r h o lid a y s w e ce le b r a te th e N ew Y ea r’s E ve and C h ristm a s. T here are N ew Y ear p a rties fo r ch ild ren at sc h o o ls and th e a tr e s. C in em as sh o w ch ild re n film s and ca r to o n s. It is u s u a lly v e r y cold in w in te r , b u t f r o s t and sn o w c a n ’t k eep c h ild r e n in d o o r s . I t ’s so g r e a t to g o s k iin g dow n a h ill. B oys lik e to p lay h o ck ey on th e ic e . M any ch ild ren go to th e s k a tin g -r in k s to sk a te . S m all ch ild re n p la y sn o w b a lls and m ake sn o w m en , or rid e on th e sle d g e s h a p p ily . W h en th e w ea th er is b ad, I sta y at hom e and w a tch TV. T here is a lw a y s so m e th in g in te r e s tin g on d u r in g w in te r h o lid a y s. S o m e tim e s m y fr ie n d s com e to see m e and w e p la y co m p u ter g a m es or lis te n to m u sic. T here is a lso m ore tim e fo r re a d in g , d ra w in g , m ak in g m odel p lan es and o th er h obb ies. W rite m e soon. L ove, Oksana Lesson 5 Ex. 3. p. 108 1. F. 2. F. 3. F. 4. F. 5. T. 6. T. Lesson 6 Ex. 4. p. 112 1. W ill th e y sp en d an y tim e on th e beach? — N o , th e y w o n ’t. It is too cold. 2. W ill you ride y o u r b ik es in th e park? — Y es, w e w ill. It is n ice w ea th er to d a y . 3. W ill he go sk a te b o a r d in g tom orrow ? — N o, he w o n ’t b eca u se he h as a lo t o f h om ew ork to do. 4. W ill sh e w ear a sw ea ter tom orrow ? — N o , sh e w o n ’t b ecau se it is w arm o u tsid e . А Н ГЛ ІЙ СЬ К А М О В А. A. М . Несвіт 32* Щ 995
  • Ex. 6. p. 113 D ear A nn , I am v ery glad th a t you are g o in g to v is it us n ex t m onth. I liv e in a b ig c ity w ith m any parks and m u seu m s. W e can go sk a tin g , v is it th e cinem a and go to th e river. The w eath er is rea lly n ice — n ot very h ot and rainy. The days are lon g. The sk y is blue and clo u d less. B u t som etim es there are storm s w ith th im d er and lig h tn in g . The gard en s are gay w ith flow ers all sum m er m onths. In sximmer people spend m uch tim e in th e open air. See you soon. Love, Oksana Lesson 7 1. C. 2. E. 3. A . 4. D. 5. B. Ex. 4. p. 114 1. A . 2. B. 3. C. 4. A . 5. B. Ex. 6. p. 115 k. or g Ex. 3. p. 114 w w w .4 bo o D ear A nn , L ast w eek w in te r b egan . W in te r is th e co ld est sea so n o f a ll. In w in ter th ou gh th e su n sh in e s, its rays b rin g little w arm th . N ig h ts are lon g and days are sh o rt in w in ter. Y esterd a y the w ea th er w as n a sty and th e w ind blew . W in te r is th e tim e fo r s k iin g , sk a tin g , h o ck ey -p la y in g . B u t th e str e e ts and p ark s w ere all in w h ite . It w a sn ’t n ice to be in th e open air becau se it w as cold and it w as sn ow in g all day lon g. T h a t’s w h y I had to spend all day at hom e. W rite me about w in ter in your cou n try and w h at you u su a lly do w hen th e w eather is bad. B ye, Oksana Lesson 8 Ex. 3. p. 116 1. Should tak e, w ill rain. 2. H as already listen ed . 3. S now s, can go. 4. W ear, is. 5. H as already sta rted , are. 6. Is sn o w in g . Ex. 4. p. 116 1. W as. 2. W as. 3. C ouldn’t fin d . 4. R an. 5. Tried. 6. Fell. 7. Began. 8 . T ried. 9. H eard . 1 0 . Cam e. 1 1 . S aw . 1 2 . A sk e d . 1 3 . S a id . 14. L istened. 15. Clim bed. 16. G ot. 17. Turned. 18. W en t. Ex. 5. p. 117 1. In England it is alw ays snow'y and i t ’s som etim es cold in w in ter. 2. In sp rin g i t ’s u su a lly rain y b u t i t ’s so m etim es su n n y . 3. S p rin g 996 Ш АН ГЛІЙ СЬ К А М ОВА. A. M . Несвіт
  • sta r ts in London at th e end o f M arch. 4. M any people do n ot lik e sp rin g v ery m uch b ecau se th e w eath er is cold. 5. B u t ch ild ren lik e su m m er. 6. The school year en d s in th e m id d le o f J u ly . 7. Then sch o o lch ild ren h ave th e ir h olid ays. 8. I t ’s u su a lly h o t and su n n y in su m m er. 9. I t ’s so m etim es su n n y at th e b eg in n in g o f a u tu m n but i t ’s u su a lly cold and w in d y at th e end. Ex. 7. p. 117 w Ex. 4. p. 119 .4 bo o k. or g I th in k c e le b r a tin g b irth d a y s in fla ts ra th er b o rin g . B u t th ere is a good w ay o u t if y o u r b irth d a y is in su m m er, ea r ly a u tu m n or la te sp rin g . Y ou can h ave a b irth d a y p a rty in th e sh a p e o f a p icn ic. It is so n ice to h ave a rela x ed ch a t w ith y o u r fr ie n d s w h ile s it t in g by th e fir e , lis te n in g to th e sou n d o f n a tu re an d, o f co u rse, e a tin g ta s ty fo o d . I am su re, th a t c e le b r a tin g a b irth d a y on a p ic n ic , g iv e s m ore p le a su r e , th a n d o in g it so m ew h ere in th e to w n . It is v e r y im p o rta n t not to tak e w ith yo u a n y m u sic p la y e r s or rad io se ts! L iv in g in c it ie s w e g o t u sed to h e a r in g th e se a r tific ia l so u n d s sin c e ea rly m o rn in g . I am su re th e r e is no need fo r d o in g it in th e fo r e s t. S in g in g o f b ird s, cr a c k in g o f fir e b u rn in g , w in d h o w lin g — are th e sw e e te st sou n d s th a t w e h ear so seld om . A ft e r a p icn ic it is a m u st to c o lle c t all th e g a rb a g e, p u t it in to p la stic b ags and ta k e it to th e n ea re st g a rb a g e b in . A nd o f cou rse on e h as to be a b so lu te ly su re th a t th e f ir e is p u t o u t. The o n ly m in u s o f b irth d a y p icn ics is th a t it is ra th er d if f ic u lt to h a ve tea w ith a cak e in th e fo r e s t. So y o u can in v ite y o u r g u e s ts to y o u r p lace w h ere you can en jo y it fo r som e tim e . P ic n ic is m y fa v o r ite w ay o f c e le b r a tin g m y b ir th d a y s. S o m e tim e s w h en th e w ea th er is ra in y I h ave to celeb ra te m y b irth d a y at h om e. w w 1. Had an arg u m en t. 2. Saw a b oy. 3. B lew hard. 4 . P u lled th e coat m ore t ig h tly around h im . 5. Took o f f h is co a t. 6 . The Sun w as rig h t. Ex. 5. p. 119 1. w arm er. 2. h o tte r . 3. d ark. 4. th e d eep est. 5. th e d a rk est. 6. heavier. Ex. 6. p. 120 1. b ea t, look , p u ll, s h in e , w ear. 2. r a in y , sn o w y , su n n y , w in d y . 3. h a il, lig h t , rain b ow , sn o w fla k e . 4 . e a sy , h ard , r ig h t , w ro n g . Ex. 7. p. 120 1. th u n d erstorm . 2. b u tte r fly . 3. h a ilsto n e . 4 . m erry-go-rou n d . 5. raindrop. 6. sea sid e. 7. gran d fath er. А Н ГЛІЙ СЬ К А М О В А . A. М . Несвіт Щ 997
  • U N IT 6 Lessons 1 - 2 Ex. 5. p. 124 : ■ 1. in Europe, on th e B r itish Isles. 2. 56 m illio n . 3. E n glan d, W ales, Scotland and N orthern Ireland. 4. London. 5. C ardiff. 6. Edinburgh. 7. B elfa st. I Ex. 6. p. 124 ; I 1. A n islan d cou n try. 2. In te re stin g tra d itio n s. 3. Long h isto ry . 4. B ig islan d . 5. Sm all islan d . 6. O fficia l lan g u a g e. Ex. 8. p. 125 1. D rier. 2. W etter. 3. Colder. 4. N icer. 5. W arm er. 6. S u n n ier. Lessons 3 - 4 k. or g Ex. 4. p. 127 1. G. 2. A . 3. F. 4. D. 5. B. 6. E. Ex. 5. p. 125 1. — . 2. The. 3. — . 4. The. 5. — . 6. — . 7. The. 8. T he. 9. A . 10. The. 11. — . 12. — . 13. The. 14. A . 15. The. 16. — . bo o Lessons 5 - 6 Ex. 3. p. 129 w Ex. 6. p. 130 .4 1. U krain e. 2. U k rain ian s. 3. K yiv. 4. In depend en t. 5. W o n d erfu l, b e a u tifu l, g e n e r o u s , h a rd -w o rk in g . 6. R ic h , la r g e , b e a u tifu l. 7. O ldest. 8. L on gest. w w C entral and S ou th ern U krain e are p rim arily step p es w ith fe r tile black so ils ex cep tio n a lly w ell-su ited for grain fa rm in g . In th e ea st there is th e in d u stria l heartland know n as th e G reater D onbas, or D onetsk B asin co n ta in in g large m ineral d ep o sits. N o rth ern and W este rn U k r a in e ’ are h illy , fo r e ste d areas w ith m an y p ic tu r e sq u e m o u n ta in r e s o r ts . T h ere are tw o m o u n ta in ran g es — th e C arp ath ian s on th e w ester n b ord er, w here w in te r sp o rts ce n tr es are v er y p op u lar, and th e C rim ean ran ge in th e so u th , w h ich d iv id e s th e C rim ean p en in su la r . The C rim ea is a fa v o u r ite d e stin a tio n n ot o n ly fo r U k ra in ia n to u r is ts , b u t a lso fo r c itiz e n s o f o th er sta te s o f th e fo rm er S o v ie t U n io n , as w ell as E astern and W este rn Europe. Lessons 7 - 8 Ex. 4. p. 132 1. B. 2. C. 3. C. 4. A . 998 Ш А Н ГЛ ІЙ СЬ К А М ОВА. A. M . Несвіт
  • Ex. 6. p. 132 1. W h at have you already v isited ? 2. W here has your frien d b een to th is year? 3. W h o has been to Z akarpattia th is year? 4 . W h en has your frien d been to Z akarpattia? 5. W ho b ou gh t a g u id e book about G reat B ritain y esterd ay? 6. W h at did you r p aren ts b uy y esterd a y ? 7. W hen did you r p aren ts b uy a gu id e book about G reat B rita in ? 8. W ho is h a v in g a lo t o f b ea u tifu l photos? 9. A re you h a v in g a lo t o f b ea u tifu l photos? 10. W h at are you h aving? Lessons 9 - 1 0 Ex. 2. p. 133 1. D. 2. B. 3. A . 4. C. Ex. 4. p. 134 rg 1. B. 2. B. 3. A . 4. A . 5. A . Ex. 7. p. 134 w w w .4 bo ok .o It w as la st year th a t I had an o p p ortu n ity o f m ak in g a trip to th e C rim ea w hich had been m y dream fo r a lon g tim e. I arrived in S im ferop ol. It is the g atew ay to th e C rim ea, a p retty so u th ern tow n w h ich is lin k ed w ith m any d istin g u ish e d n a m es, su ch as M end eleyev, P ir o g o v , A iv a zo v sk y , K u rch a to v w ho liv ed and stu d ied here. Sim feropol is con n ected by a trolleyb u s lin e w ith Y alta. T h is rou te runs through A lu sh ta w hich w as our d estin ation . The m om ent I saw th e sea for th e f ir s t tim e in m y life is u n forgettab le! The lan dscape w as b eau tifu l: p leasan t beaches str e tc h in g alo n g the co a st as far as th e eye cou ld reach. W e had a v er y good tim e th ere. W e did not spend all th e tim e b askin g in the su n on th e beach or b a th in g . W e q u ite o fte n w en t on all k ind s o f ex c u r sio n s. M ost w o n d erfu l w as our trip to B ak hchisarai w ith its ex o tic «F oun tain o f T ears». From Y a lta w e w en t by b oat to th e E a stern C rim ea, w h ere w e v isite d Sudak and clim bed to th e G enoese F ortress. W e ce rta in ly w en t to K oktebel to look over th e V olosh in h o u se-m u seu m . N e x t cam e th e an cien t F eodosia w ith its fam ou s sig h ts: th e A iv a zo v sk y p icture ga llery and th e Grin h ouse-m useu m . Then w as Y a lta w ith th e C hekhov m u seu m and th e N ik its k y B o ta n ica l G ard en s. W e tra velled up th e road to M ount A i-P e tr i and v isite d th e fam ou s Livadia Palace. W e w ere im pressed by the rem arkable A lu pk a Palace and th e S w a llo w ’s N e st near M iskhor. Lesson 11 Ex. 1. p. 135 To be — w as, w ere — been To arrive — arrived — arrived А Н ГЛ ІЙ СЬ К А М О В А . A. М . Несвіт Щ . 999
  • To hear — heard — lieard To have — had — had To p lay — played — played To see — saw — seen To read — read — read 1. H as. 2. H as. 3. H ave. 4. H ave. 5. H ave, h a v en ’t. 6 . H as. Ex. 3 . p . 135 1. Is s ittin g . 2. Found. 3. A re. 4. H ave you ever been. 5. D oes A nn lik e. 6. Live. Ex. 6. p. 136 Dear Mr. and Mrs. Tame, Ex. 3. p. 138 1. 4 . 2. 2. 3. 5. 4. 3. 5. 1. ok .o rg I am w r itin g to thank you for th e in v ita tio n I go t y esterd a y . I am p la n n in g to arrive in E ngland in A u g u st. W h at is th e w ea th er lik e in sum m er in GB? Can you m eet m e in th e airport b ecau se I d o n ’t know how to g e t to you r tow n. See you soon. Y ours sin cerely, R ita O leshko bo U N IT 7 Ex. 4. p. 141 .4 Lesson 1 w 1. A re. 2. Is. 3. A re n ’t. 4 . A re n ’t. 5. A r e n ’t. 6. Is. Ex. 5. p. 14 1 w w 1. Is there a superm arket in our village? — Y es, there is. 2. Is there a lake in our town? — N o, there isn ’t. 3. A re there m any trees in our city? — N o, there aren’t. 4. Is there a bus station in our town? — Yes, there is. 5. Is there a m obile phone shop in our village? — N o, there isn ’t. 6. A re there m any m onum ents in our city? — Y es, there are. Ex. 7. p. 142 I liv e in the tow n o f Z n iiiv. Y ou can g e t th ere in tw o hours by train or by bus. Its one o f th e an cien t se ttle m e n ts in U krain e. My tow n is n ot large. Its p opu lation is over 3 0 ,0 0 0 people. T here are tw o m odern cinem a h alls, a con cert h all, a m usic school and an arts school. T h ere’s a b ig d ep artm ent sto re and sev era l sm all sh ops in th e tow n . My n a tiv e tow n is situ a te d in a very p ictu resq u e place. The landscape in th is part o f th e cou n try is ex cep tio n a lly b ea u tifu l. W h en you g e t o f f th e train at th e sta tio n , you are su rp rised to feel how fresh and cool th e air is. If you w alk for a couple o f m iles you 1000 Ш АН ГЛІЙ СЬК А М О В А. A. M . Несвіт
  • w ill fin d y o u rse lf in a w on d erfu l p ine fo re st w h ich str e tc h e s v er y far. T here are a lo t o f m ush room s and b erries th ere. Lesson 2 Ex. 2. p. 143 1. B rid ge. 2. P ark. 3. M on u m ent. 4. Squ are. 5. C astle and tw o cin em as. 6. S up erm arket. 7. M useum . Щ Ex. 5. p. 144 T he nam e o f th e city ^ In te re stin g fa cts L viv In th e w estern part o f U kraine T he P h a r m a c y m u s e u m , th e A r t G allery, M arket Square O dessa In th e so u th o f U krain e P o te m k in S ta ir s , th e O p era and B allet H ouse, P rim orskiy Boulevard, O dessa beach “A rcad ia ” k. or g L ocation Ex. 7. p. 144 w w w .4 bo o D ear A nn, Thank you for you r le tte r . In th is le tte r I’d lik e to te ll yo u about one o f th e m ost fam ou s h isto rica l c itie s in U krain e — K y iv . It is th e cap ital and th e la r g est c ity o f U k rain e, located in th e n orth cen tral part o f th e cou n try on th e D niep er R iver. The nam e K iev is derived from th e nam e o f K iy, one o f fou r legen d ary fou n d ers o f th e city . K iev stretches for th e space o f more than 20 km along the picturesque banks o f th e b ig g est U krain ian river — D nieper. Its square co n sists 8 2 7 sq .k m . The p op u lation o f K iev is about 3 m illio n s people. K iev is one o f th e old est S lavic cen tres, “M other o f R u ssia n to u n s” so it w as called in old en tim es, its age is m ore th an 1 5 0 0 y ears. The fir s t se ttle m e n ts on th e territo ry o f m odern K iev appeared from 1 5 0 0 0 till 2 0 0 0 0 year ago. Today K iev is an im p o rta n t in d u stria l, s c ie n tific , ed u cation al and cu ltu ral cen tre o f E astern Europe. W rite me soon and in form me about th e c ity yo u liv e in . Y ours, Oksana Lesson 3 Ex. 2. p. 146 1. B. 2. F. 3. E. 4. C. 5. D. 6. A. Ex. 3. p. 146 1. A th e a tr e . 2. T he S p o r ts C en ter. 3. A s t r e e t . 4 . The Zoo. 5. A su perm ark et. 6. A m arket place. а н г л ій с ь к а М О В А. A. м . Несвітлі:!: 1001
  • Ex. 4. p. 146 1. В. 2. С. 3. A . 4. В. 5. С. 6. А . 7. В. Lesson 4 Ex. 4. p. 148 1. S tad iu m . 2. S ea ts. 3. Form . 4. S p orts. 5. C entre. 6 . E urope. 7. R ock. 8. Y ear. Ex. 5. p. 149 .4 bo o k. or g K h a rk iv is q u ite an old c ity . It w as fou n d ed ab out 3 5 0 y ea rs a go. The c ity is situ a te d on th e p lateau su rrou n d ed by th e K h a rk iv and th e Lopan riv er s. A cco rd in g to th e p opu lar leg en d th e c ity is nam ed a fte r C ossack K harko. K h ark iv is th e h isto r ic a l ca p ita l o f S lo b id sk a U k rain e. K h ark iv w as th e ca p ita l o f U k rain e sin ce 1 9 1 9 t ill 1 9 3 4 . Today K h ark iv is th e secon d la r g e st c ity in th e co u n try . A b ou t 2 m illio n people liv e h ere. K h ark iv is one o f th e m ajor cu ltu r a l and s c ie n tific cen tr es o f U k ra in e. T here are m any sc h o o ls, h ig h e r ed u ca tio n a l e s ta b lish m e n ts, resea rch in s t itu t e s in K h ark iv. T here is th e S c ie n tific L ibrary, th e H isto r ic a l and N atu ral Science M useum s and the M useum o f F ine A rts in K harkiv. T he c ity has a circu s and s ix p ro fessio n a l th e a tr e s. K h a rk iv is v er y b e a u tifu l, e sp e cia lly in sp rin g . T here are o v er 2 5 0 0 str e e ts and 26 sq u ares in th e c ity . The la r g e st p ark s are G orky P ark , S h ev ch en k o G arden w ith th e Zoo, A rtem P ark , th e F o rest P ark and som e o th e rs. Lesson 5 w Ex. 2. p. 150 1. C. 2. A . 3. F. 4. E. 5. D. 6. B. w Ex. 3. p. 150 w 1. T. 2. F, in sum m er parks h ost a lot o f e v e n ts. 3. T. 4 . T. 5. F, in th e parks. 6. T. Ex. 5. p. 151 1. M any people en joy a w alk on th e p ath . 2. M any people en joy a view o f th e fo u n ta in . 3. M any people h ave a picn ic in sp ecial areas. 4. M any people s it on th e grass or u nd er th e trees. 5. M any people read books. 6. M any people go b o a tin g on th e lake. 7. M any people s it on th e bench by th e lake. 8. M any people w atch the birds. 9 . M any people ride a bike. Ex. 7. p. 152 1. In w in ter m any people en joy a w alk on th e p ath. 2. In sum m er m any people en jo y a v ie w o f th e fo u n ta in . 3. In sp rin g and in 1002 Ш А Н ГЛІЙ СЬ К А М ОВА. A. M. Несвіт
  • sum m er m any people have a picn ic in sp ecial areas. 4 . In sp rin g m any p eop le s it on th e g r a ss or u n d er th e tr e e s. 5. W h en th e w ea th er is fin e m any people read books. 6. In su m m er m any people go b o atin g on th e lake. 7. W hen it is h ot m any people s it on th e bench by the lake. 8. In sp rin g m any people w atch th e b ird s. 9 . In sum m er m any people ride a bike. Lesson 6 Ex. 2. p. 152 1. C. 2. D. 3. A . 4. B. Ex. 3. p. 153 k. or g 1. D on etsk . 2. F orged F ig u res Park. 3. A bunch o f fo rg ed roses. 4 . Fairy T ales A lle y , th e A rch itectu ral Copies A lley . 5. A rt fe s tiv a l. 6. C raftsm en. Ex. 4. p. 153 1. T. 2. F. 3. F. 4. F. 5. T. 6. T. Lesson 7 Ex. 2. p. 155 bo o 1. T. 2. F. P e ter te lls A n n about n atu re. 3. T. 4 . T. 5. F. It is a to u r ist tow n . 6. T. Lesson 8 .4 Ex. 2. p. 156 w 1. B ecam e. 2. H as. 3. C all. 4. A p p eared . 5. Cam e. 6 . O pened. 7. Grew. 8. E xpanded. 9. B ecam e. 10. Go. Lesson 9 w Ex. 2. p. 159 w 1. B. 2. C. 3. A . 4. B. 5. C. 6. B. Ex. 3. p. 159 1. W h ere is S e v a sto p o l situ a te d ? 2. W h a t U k r a in ia n c ity did S tev e v is it la st A u g u st? 3. W h at is th is c ity fam ou s for? 4. W h at attra ctio n does S teve alw ays v isit? 5. D oes he lik e it? 6 . H as he fin ish e d th e p roject on S evastop ol yet? Ex. 4. p. 159 1. W e o fte n w en t on ex c u r sio n s to th e M useum o f H isto r y and A rt in P ark hom ivk a. 2. W h en I v isite d P iro g o v o , I f e lt th e life o f a real U krain ian v illa g e . 3. Y ou could see th e b u ild in g s o f K h ark iv N a tion al U n iv e r s ity in Freedom Square. 4. W e learned about th e b a ttle o f P olta v a at th e le sso n s o f H isto ry . 5. I alw ays ta ste d th e tra d ition al U k rain ian borshch in D ikanka. А Н ГЛІЙ СЬ К А М О В А . A. М. Несвіт 1003
  • Ex. 6. p. 160 k. or g L a st su m m er I w as in P o lta v a . I w as th e r e w ith m y p a r e n ts. P o lta v a — on e o f th e m o st in te r e s t in g to w n s o f U k r a in e — is situ a te d on th e p ic tu r e sq iie bank o f th e r iv e r V o rsk la . T he to w n is w ell-k n ow n th a n k s to P o lta v a b a ttle , w hen P eter th e G reat w ith h is arm y d e fe a te d th e S w ed ish arm y o f K arl X II. T he U k r a in ia n w r ite r K o tly a r e v sk y w ro te ab ou t P o lta v a in h is w o rk s. P o lta v a and it s re g io n is a lso co n n ecte d w ith th e n am e o f M. V. G o g o l, w h o d e sc r ib e d it s la n d sc a p e s in h is s t o r ie s . N o w P o lt a v a is a m odern tow n and a re g io n a l c e n tr e . M a c h in e -b u ild in g , m e ta l­ w o r k in g , fo o d and lig h t in d u s t r ie s are w e ll d e v e lo p e d th e r e . It is also a la r g e ra ilw a y ju n c tio n . W e v is ite d th e M u seu m o f R e g io n a l S tu d ie s — on e o f th e o ld e st in U k r a in e, it w a s fo u n d e d in 1 8 9 1 . T here are m ore th a n 1 36 th o u sa n d d isp la y s , in c lu d in g u n iq u e c o lle c tio n s o f U k ra in ia n c a r p e ts, n a tio n a l c o s tu m e s and a n tiq u e w eap on. Ex. 3. p. 162 Ex. 4. p. 162 .4 bo o 1. In a w ide str e e t. 2. In a narrow stre et. 3. A k itch en . 4. A b ig k itch en garden and an orchard. 5. A w alk in th e park and to th e Zoo and w atch a fo o tb a ll m atch on th e sta d iu m . 6 . S he tea ch es m e to grow v eg e ta b les, w e go to the fo r e st and g a th er b erries and m ushroom s th ere, w e ride our b ikes, feed th e ch ick en s and rabbits on th e farm . 7. I g iv e m y b ig h u g s to m y grandm a. 8. W h ich place he lik es more: a c ity or a v illa g e. w 1. W h at. 2. W ho. 3. W ho. 4. W h at. 5. W h at. 6. W ho. Ex. 5. p. 162 w 1. M useum . 2. R iver. 3. Park. 4. G arden. 5. S tad iu m . 6. C inem a. Ex. 6. p. 163 w 1. R iver. 2. F estiv a l. 3. P arks. 4. M useum s. 5. S tad iu m . 6. Garden. U N ITS Lesson 1 Ex. 1. p. 166 1. N ew Y ear’s D ay. 2. H allow een . 3. M oth er’s D ay. 4. C hristm as. 5. Easter. Ex. 8. p. 168 Hi Dan, Do you know th a t A rt fe stiv a l w ill be in our c ity on Septem ber, 14. Last year w e w ere th ere w ith m y p aren ts and sp en t a n ice day 1004 Ш а н г л і й с ь к а М О В А . A. M. Несвіт
  • p a in tin g and b u y in g p ictu res. W e ate a lo t o f ta s ty th in g s th ere — ch o colates, sw ee ts, cak es and can d ies. L et’s go to g eth e r th is year. Call me. B ye, A nn Lessons 3 - 4 Ex. 1. p. 169 Щ 1. M ake. 2. Do. 3. M ake. 4. M ake. 5. Do. 6 . M ake. 7. Do. 8. M ake. Ex. 2. p. 169 Щ 1. B. 2. A . 3. C. Ex. 5. p. 171 1. On. 2. In. 3. On. 4. On. 5. On, a t. 6 . In. rg Ex. 8. p. 171 w w .4 bo ok .o D ear F a th er C hristm as, I am P av lo L azarenko. I am elev en years old. M y fa m ily is n ot large. I have g o t m oth er, fa th er and gran d m other. There are fo u r o f us in th e fam ily. M y m oth er is a tea ch er o f b io lo g y . S he w ork s in a sc h o o l. S he lik es her p ro fessio n . M y fa th e r is program m er. H e is fo r ty -s ix . My fa th er o fte n sin g s and w hen we are at hom e and h ave som e free tim e I play g u ita r and w e sin g to g eth er. M y fa th e r is fon d o f ten n is. My m oth er d o esn ’t go in fo r sp orts. My favourite school subject is E nglish, I work hard to g et good m arks. I’d lik e to h ave a new sm artph one as a p resen t fo r C hristm as. Thank you. L ove, P avlo Lessons 5 - 6 w Ex. 3. p. 173 1. Public holidays and festiv a ls. 2. The 3 1 st o f October. 3. A lantern. 4 . C andies, fr u it, cakes and oth er ta sty th in g s. 5. F low ers, d ances and gam es. 6. The M ay Queen. Ex. 6. p. 174 1. G ive. 2. Cooked. 3. D o esn ’t lik e to . 4. W ear. 5. A re h a v in g . 6. D id you send. Lessons 7 - 8 Ex. 3. p. 175 1. February 1 4 th . 2. In E urope m ore th an 6 0 0 y ea rs a go. 3 . A b ou t 2 0 0 y e a r s a g o . 4 . A m e ssa g e o f f r ie n d s h ip and liv e . 5 . S en d
  • card s or g iv e p r e s e n ts to th o se th e y lo v e . 6. S h a re lo v e ly s h o r t m e ssa g e s. Ex. 5. p. 175 1. The p arty. 2. A grea t tim e. 3. C ostum es. 4 . F un ny. 5. G am es. 6. F un ny. 7. Food. 8. Lem onade. 9. Join . Ex. 8. p. 176 1. W an ted. 2. A sked. 3. Said. 4. W ere. 5. Is. 6. W as. 7. Opened. 8 . Scream ed. 9. D anced. 10. W as. Lesson 9 Ex. 3. p. 177 1. T r a d itio n a l and p u b lic. 2. D o n ’t w ork and stu d y . 3. S om e. 4. W rites. 5. W rite s. 6. N ex t C hristm as. k. or g Ex. 6. p. 178 w w w .4 bo o My f a v o u r ite h o lid a y s are th e N ew Y ea r and C h r istm a s . In U k r a in e th e N ew Y ear is ce le b r a te d on J a n u a r y 1. N ew Y ear and C h ristm a s are th e f ir s t , and th e m o st jo y fu l, h o lid a y s o f th e y ea r, w hen p eop le see th e Old Y ear o f f and th e N ew Y ear in . I en jo y th e h o lid a y s fo r sev era l re a so n s. F ir s tly , th e y h a v e a sp ecia l a tm osp h ere o f jo y and e x c ite m e n t ev ery o n e look s fo rw ard to fo r se v er a l m o n th s. T h ey are h o lid a y s o f m a g ic, e x c h a n g in g p resen ts and w ish e s. M ost p eop le sta y up all n ig h t on D ecem ber, 3 1 , s e ttin g o f f fire w o rk s and m ak in g m erry. F a th er C h ristm a s and Snow M aiden are th e p opu lar ch a ra c ters o f TV p rogram m es and sch ool f e s t iv a ls . The secon d reason is h o lid a y s. It s ta r ts on th e 2 5 th o f D ecem ber and f in is h e s on J a n u a r y 1 4 , and ev ery o n e h as a ch an ce o f r e la x in g a fte r a lo n g p eriod o f hard and s tr e s s fu l w ork. There are m any N ew Y ear and C hristm as tra d itio n s w hich m ake th ese holidays so special. For C hristm as people decorate th eir houses w ith m istletoe and the C hristm as tree, go to church, send C hristm as cards — and, o f cou rse, g iv e and receive g ifts . Lesson 10 Ex. 1. p. 179 1. B efore. 2. O f. 3. Out. 4. On. 5. In. 6. Of. 7. In. 8 . Of. 9 . Into. 10. U n til. 11. To. Ex. 2. p. 179 1. W ho in v ited th e ir frien d s to th e tea party? 2. W hom did P eter and Sue in v ite to the tea party? 3. W h ere did P eter and Sue in v ite th e ir friends? 4. W ho have th eir ow n trad ition s? 5. W h at do people o f d iffer en t co u n tries have? 6. W ho celebrate E aster in A p ril or in 1006 Ш А Н ГЛІЙ СЬ К А М ОВА. A. M . Несвіт
  • May? 7. W h at do U k rain ian s celeb rate in A p ril or in M ay? 8. W h en do U k rain ian s celeb rate in A p ril or in May? Ex. 3. p. 179 1. Got. 2. In vited . 3. D ecorated. 4. H ave already decorated. 5. M ade. 6. S en t. Ex. 5. p. 180 1. Bed. 2. O utside. 3. B ea u tifu l. 4. B reak fast. 5. S chool. 6. Teacher. 7. S u r p r is e . 8 . S a d . 9 . W o rk . 1 0 . H o lid a y s . 1 1 . C a len d a r. 12. H olidays. Ex. 3 . p . 181 1. M rs. B ear. 2. The p ostal w orker. 3. M rs. B ear. 4 . M r. B ear. 5. Mr. Bear. Ex. 4. p. 182 k. or g 1. On. 2. W ith . 3. O u tside. 4. Of honey, up. 5. O f, in , on. 6 . D ow n, fo r, on. Ex. 6. p. 182 1. V a len tin e’s. 2. V a len tin e’s card, jar. 3. M ark. 4 . J a r, h oney. 5. H ug. 6. B reak fa st. bo o Ex. 7. p. 182 w w .4 A t about fou r o ’clock m y relatives and frien d s com e to con g ra tu la te m e and I am glad to see th em . T hey b rin g a bunch o f roses fo r m y m other and b ooks, sw eets and records for m e. I th a n k m y frien d s for com in g and th e p resen ts. My au n ts u su a lly b u y som e clo th es fo r me as a b irth d ay p resen t. W e have an abundant d in n er on th is day. M other b rin gs th e b irth d ay cake and I blow th e can d les ou t. U N IT 9 Lesson 1 w Ex. 4. p. 185 1. W rite, pen. 2. S tick , g lu e. 3. R ead, a book. 4 . K eep , a pencil b ox. 5. R ub, a rubber. 6. Carry, a school bag. Ex. 5. p. 186 1. Do you alw ays keep you r p en s, p en cils, ru lers and erasers in a pencil box? — Y es, I do. 2. W here do you alw ays keep your pens, pencils, rulers and eraser? — In a pencil b ox. 3. D id your m other stick three th in g s tog eth er w ith the glu e ten m in u tes ago? — N o, she d idn ’t. 4. W hen did your m other stick three th in g s togeth er w ith the glue? — Ten m in u tes ago. 5. D id he cu t h is textbook w ith the scissors in th e ev en in g yesterday? — N o, he d id n ’t. 6. W hen did he cu t h is textb ook w ith th e scissors? — never. 7. Do all children А Н ГЛІЙ СЬ К А М О В А. A. м. Несвіт Ш 1007
  • o f our class keep th eir textbook s and th eir exercise books in th eir bags? — Y es, th ey do. 8. W here do all children o f our class keep their textbooks and th eir exercise books? — In th eir bags. 9. D id you carry your textb ook s to th e library yesterday? — N o, w e d id n ’t. 10. W hen did you carry your textbook s to the library? — never. 11. D id pupils w rite a d ictation w ith th eir pens last w eek? — Y es, th ey did. 12. W h at did p up ils w rite w ith th eir pens last week? — A d icta tio n . Lessons 2 - 3 Ex. 2. p. 187 1. E n glish . 2. M usic. 3. M ath em atics. 4. H isto ry . 5. N a tu re S tu d y . 6. A rt. Ex. 6. p. 188 k. or g 1. W en t. 2. B ooks. 3. E xercise books. 4. Came. 5. D esk. 6. T eacher. 7. Blackboard. 8. Copy books. Ex. 8. p. 189 1. B. 2. A . 3. A . 4. B. 5. A . 6. C. Lessons 4 — 5 Ex. 3. p. 190 bo o 1. Do you stu d y . 2. S tu d y. 3. Do you lik e b est. 4. L ove. 5. W ork. 6. Do you lik e. 7. H ate. 8. T ells. 9. A re you . 10. Love. Ex. 5. p. 191 w w .4 1. The ch ild ren read and w rote a d icta tio n at th e E n g lish lesso n y e s te r d a y . 2. T he ch ild re n learn ed to draw at th e A r t le sso n yesterd ay. 3. The ch ild ren w orked in p airs at th e E n g lish lesson yesterd ay. 4. The ch ild ren ran and jum ped at PE lesson yesterd a y . 5. The ch ild ren learned about num bers at M ath em atics yesterd a y . 6. The ch ild ren asked and answ ered th e q u estio n s at th e E n g lish lesson yesterd ay. w Ex. 7. p. 192 1. W as. 2. W oke. 3. D idn’t have. 4. Gave. 5. Like. 6. Had. 7. Forgot. 8. L et. 9. P layed . 10. W en t. Lessons 6 - 7 Ex. 5. p. 193 1. W hat tim e. 2. W h y. 3. H ow . 4. Do you . 5. W h ich is your. Ex. 7. p. 195 Dear Ann, Thank you fo r you r le tter. In th is le tte r I’d lik e to te ll you about th e su b jects th a t w e stu d y at school th is year. Our f ir s t lesso n s ta r ts at n in e o ’clo ck . The f ir s t le sso n on M onday m o rn in g is 1008 Ш А Н Г Л ІЙ С Ь К А М О В А . A. М. Н е с в іт
  • Lesson 8 .o Ex. 3. p. 196 rg M aths. The m ath s teach er, co llec ts our hom ew ork and th en g iv e s u s som e su m s to do. The n e x t lesson is E n g lish . I lik e E n g lish . I t ’s n ice to be able to talk to som ebody in an oth er la n g u a g e. A t la st it is elev en o ’clock: tim e fo r break. A fte r break w e have tw o le sso n s o f U k rain ian . A t h a lf p ast tw elv e it is tim e fo r lunch: a m eat p ie, b oiled p otatoes or cabbage and a g la ss o f ju ice or m ilk . Then w e h ave M usic or A rt. Then I go in to th e playgrou nd w ith m y frie n d s. W e p lay footb all th ere. A fte r lu nch w e have a h isto ry le sso n . The h isto ry teach er te lls us m any in te r e stin g th in g s. A fte r sch o o l m y frien d s and I u su a lly go for a w alk. I com e hom e v ery la te , and m y m oth er is very an gry. W rite m e soon and te ll me about your school su b jects. Y ours, O ksana 1. A nna. 2. K ate. 3. D anylo. 4. S erh iy. ok Ex. 6. p. 197 bo 1. R eads, read. 2. Do you u nd erstan d, und erstan d. 3. Likes, d o esn ’t lik e. 4. D oes he h ave. 5. D id you do. 6. Is. 7. G ot. 8 . H as already w ritten . 9. A re an sw erin g. 10. W ill have. Lesson 11 .4 Ex. 2. p. 200 w 1. H aven ’t done ... y et. 2. H as already fin ish e d . 3. R ead. 4. W ill w e see. 5. A m d oin g . 6. W rote. 7. D id n ’t do. 8. D oes he do. Ex. 3. p. 201 w School year d oesn ’t alw ays b egin on th e 1st M onday o f Septem ber. In U kraine school cla sses d o n ’t u su a lly b egin at elev en o ’clock th e m orn ing. 3. P u p ils d o n ’t w ear th e ir b est clo th es to school U kraine. w 1. 2. in in Ex. 4. p. 201 1. F. 2. T. 3. T. 4. F. 5. T. 6. T. Ex. 6. p. 201 I have m y E n g lish three tim es a w eek. E very M onday, W ed n esd ay and F riday I tak e m y E n glish textb ook , vocab u lary and ex ercisebook and go to m y E n g lish lesson . The bell rin g s and th e tea ch er and th e p up ils com e in to th e classroom . W e s it down at our ta b les, open our tex tb o o k s and th e lesson b egin s. D urin g th e lesso n w e liste n to the tape recorder, ask each oth er q u estio n s and sp eak o u t on w hat w e h ave heard. S om etim es it is a sto ry , so m etim es it is А Н ГЛ ІЙ СЬ К А М О В А. A. м. Несвіт 1009
  • a d ialogu e or a con v ersa tio n . They are n ot very lo n g b u t th e y are alw ays very in te r e stin g . W e speak E n g lish a lo t, b u t w e also read t e x ts from our textb ook . D u rin g th e lesson w e also w rite sen ten ce s on th e blackboard, learn gram m ar ru les and do ex e r c ise s. T w ice a m onth w e have our hom e reading lesson . A t th is lesso n w e speak ab out w hat w e h ave read and d iscu ss in te r e stin g ep iso d es from our book. I n ever g e t bad m arks in m y E n g lish b ecau se I alw ays prepare m y hom ew ork w ell. I lik e m y E n glish lesso n s v ery m uch and com e to them w ith joy. Ex. 3 . p. 2 0 3 1. D. 2. A . 3. F. 4. C. 5. E. 6. B. Ex. 4 . p. 2 0 3 1. W h at. 2. W ho. 3. W h at. 4. W ho. 5. W ho. 6. W h at. k. or g E x . 5 . p. 2 0 3 1. M ake a m istak e — 2. 2. S it at th e table — 3. 3. Like rea d in g — 4. 4 . Do hom ew ork — 5. E x . 6 . p. 2 0 4 w w w .4 bo o 1. Learn. 2. D id. 3. G ot. 4. Like. 5. S at. 6. M ake. 1010 Ш А Н ГЛІЙ СЬ К А М О В А. A. М. Несвіт