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  • до підручника w w w 0. Д. Карп’юк .4 bo ok .o rg т г т й с ы н Ш ВІ
  • INTRODUCTION 4. 1. q u ie t ly ; 2. lo u d ly ; 3. w a rm ; 4 n ice; 5 Iia p p ily; 6 w o n d e rfu l. Lesso n 2 5. 1. m o d e s tly — m ore m o d e s tly — th e m ost m o d e stly ; 1. S p o r t s : O l y m p ic G a m e s , a t h le t ic s , to lose a m a tc h , a g o a l, to k ic k a b a ll. C e le b r a tio n s ; a c u s to m , to d ecora te, to re c y c le , a f ir e w o r k , a t r a d it io n . 2. e a rly — e a r lie r — th e e a rlie s t; 3. h a rd — h a rd e r — th e h a rd e st; 4. g re a t ly — m ore g r e a t ly — th e m ost g re a tly ; T r a v e llin g : a ra ilw a y s ta tio n , a jo u rn e y , 5. c a re le s sly — to m o st carele.ssly; d is c o v e r, a t o u r is t , an a ir-h o ste ss, a s ig h ts e e in g t o u r. 6. k in d ly — E n v ir o n m e n t : w ild lif e , r u b b is h , to save, m ore c a re le s s ly — m o re k in d ly — the k in d ly ; th e m ost 7. late — la t e r — th e la test; e x t in c t. 3. 1 e; 2 g ; 3 a; 4 h; 5 b; 6 d: 7 c; 8 f . 8. s a d ly — m o re s a d ly — th e m ost sa d ly . 4 . N o u n : a c t iv it y , e m b ro id e ry . V e rb : lose, p e r fo r m , d epe nd , ex p lo re. A d j e c t iv e : n e x t, o r ig in a l, n o rth e rn , Lesso n s 6 - 7 n a tiv e , d ow n . P re p o s itio n : in t o , a lo n g . 2. .4 bo ok .o 5. 1 h; 2 f; 3 b; 4 j; 5 c; 6 d; 7 a; 8 e; 9 g; 10 i. Lesso n 3 2. 1. 1 a; 2 b; 3 a; 4 c; 5 b; 6 c; 7 a; 8 b. rg A d v e r b : h a p p ily , g re a t ly , w ild ly . L e s s o n s 8 —9 1. devotedly — m ore d evotedly — the most d e v o te d ly ; la te — la t e r — th e la test; w a s b lo w in g ; 2 . w e re s p a r k lin g ; g e n e ro u s ly — m o re g e n e r o u s ly — th e m ost 3. w ere p la y in g ; 4. were th ro w in g ; 5. were g e n e ro u s ly ; la u g h in g ; 6 . sa w ; 7. th re w ; 8. w a ved ; lo n e ly 9. lo n e ly ; cau gh t; 10. was; 11. w atched; 12. d id n ’t 5. w eren ’t; 17. had; 18. th ou gh t; 19. was. 1. a re g o in g ; 2. I ’ ll ta lk ; 3. I ’ll help; w 16. w re co g n ize ; 13. w as: 14. m ade; 15. sm iled ; w 4. I ’ ll sen d; 5. is g o in g . Lesso n 4 — m o re lo n e ly — th e m ost th e m ost h a rd — h a rd e r — th e h a rd e s t; lo u d ly — m o re lo u d ly — lo u d ly . 2 1. w orse 2. lo n g e r 3. m ore c le a r ly 4. m o st n o is e le ss ly 5. n e a re r, b e tte r 4. 1. p o s s ib ilit y ; 2. o p in io n : 3. develop; 4. g iv e u p ; 6 m ore s e rio u s ly . 5 . a b s o lu te ly ; 6 . s o u n d p ro d u c e r; 7. v o ice TEST YOURSELF UNIT1 1 .1 . Lesso n 2 s m a rtly — m ore s m a r t ly — th e m ost s m a rtly : 2. w ell — b e tte r — th e best; 3. e a rly — e a r lie r — th e e a rlie s t; 3 . 1. lo u d ly ; 2 . b r a v e ly ; 3 . h o n e s t ly ; 4. f r ie n d ly — m o re f r ie n d ly — tlie m ost 4. d if f e r e n t ly ; 5. q u ie t ly ; 6. s e rio u s ly ; fr ie n d ly ; 7. 5. fa s t — fa s t e r — th e fa s te s t. b r a v e ly ; 8. n o is ily ; 9. h e a v ily
  • Lesson 6 2. 1 d; 2 e: з b: 4 с; 5 a. 2. — H a v e y o u g o t a tr u e f rie n d ? — I t h in k I h ave. 3. — W h y d o y o u t h in k t h a t he is tru e ? 6. — W e h e lp ea ch o th e r. A n d w e’v e g o t 1 d; 2 c; 3 a; 4 b. 1. H o w a b o u t g o in g t o a c a fe to g e ­ th e r? m u c h in co m m o n , I su pp ose . 2. I’ m a f r a id I c a n ’t. — W h a t does y o u r f r ie n d lo o k lik e ? 3. E x c u s e m e, is t h is seat free? — 4. C o u ld y o u r e p a ir sh oes please? S h e is t a ll a n d s lim w ith b e a u t ifu l b lo n d h a ir. — W h a t is y o u r f r ie n d lik e ? — W e ll, she is in t e llig e n t a n d c h e e rfu l L e s s o n s 7 —8 w ith g ood sense o f h u m o u r. — D o y o u agre e t h a t e v e ry o n e is spe cia l b y b e in g d if fe r e n t ? 1. 1. is w ritte n ; 6. is loved; 7. is cleaned; 3. a re w ritte n ; 8. is lik e d ; 4. a re p a in te d ; — Y e s , t h a t ’ s r ig h t . I q u ite agree. 2. a re sold ; 9. is u sed. 5. is w ritte n ; UNIT 2 iC Я 'с о. 5 2. 1. ru d e 2 im p re s s io n or g 3. u n c o m fo rta b le L e sso n 1 4. be allow ed 2. 1. in f o r m a t io n page. s 6. g ood-tem p ere d bo ok . 2. d u tie s a t h om e o r a t sch o o l. «J 5. m ake a n g ry . 3. to m a k e c le a r w h a t p u p ils a t t itu d e to t h is p ro b le m is; p ro b le m s in o u r life . 4. p e rfe c t f o r “ L e tte r m a tio n . 5. v e r y o fte n b a d b e h a v io u r cau ses m a n y 2. p ro b le m s. p a re n ts f o r t h e ir c h ild r e n at b ed tim e. .4 6. to g e t a lo n g w it h o th e rs . 1. T h e b o o k s a re o f t e n re a d b y th e 2. T h e tom atoes a re n o t g ro w n in fr o n t o f th e house. 8. “ W h a t to sa y a n d h ow to b e h a ve ” . 3. A n im a ls a re k e p t in cages. w 7. s o c ia l c u sto m s a n d t ra d it io n s . 4. 1 . a t t it u d e : 4. c a u s e s ; 5 . a v o i d : 6 . to g e t a lo n g ; 7. b e h a v io u r. w w 2 . s o lv e ; 3 . r e a s o n ; L esso n 2 5. T h e h o m e w o rk is n e v e r done la te at n ig h t b y g ood p u p ils . 5. 1. w ill in te re s t; 2. th em e; 3. to h u rt; 4. p o lite ; 5. ex cu se m e. U N IT 3 3 . 1 . M a n y b o o k s a re p u b lis h e d e v e r y Lesso n 1 w eek. 2. T h e c o u n t r y is w ash ed b y th e sea. 3. T h is d in n e r is co o k e d b y t h e ir m u m s. 4. 4. T h e p riz e is w on a t th e c o m p e titio n s m a ch in e . 2. N e lly has been ir o n in g w ith an iro n . 1. K ate has been w ashing w ith a washing 5. T h e n e w sp a p e r is re a d b y th e c h ild re n 3. G r a n n y has been c o o k in g on a cooker. in th e lib r a r y . 4. B i l l has been sw e e p in g w ith a b roo m . 6. T h e c h ild r e n a re lo o k e d a f t e r b y the 5. F a th e r h a s b een g o in g s h o p p i n g b y g ra n n y . В с S й О s л sons. let; 6. a llow . e v e ry m o n th . T 4. T h e te x tb o o k s a re b r o u g h t to th e les­ 2. 1. a llo w ed ; 2. a llo w e d ; 3. le t; 4. a llo w ; 5. X й TESTYO U SELF C o rn e r” : in fo r ­ iC >s Ё 5
  • 6. G ra n d p a has been w a sh in g w ith a d is h ­ 5. I h a ve been w o rk in g in th e g a rd e n a ll w a sh e r m a c liin e . d ay. 6. H o w lo n g h a ve y o u been d o in g s h o p ­ p in g ? Lesso n 2 7. H a v e yo u been c o o k in g a n y t h in g here? N o , we h a ve been m a k in g e x p e rim e n ts . 8. W e h a ve been f is h in g s in ce th e m o r ­ 1. 1 b; 2 c; 3 a; 4 f; 5 d; 6 o. 2. 1. J a n e has been g o in g to the m a rk e t f o r tw o h o u rs. 2. G r a n n y h a s been co o k in g f o r th ree h o u rs. 3. I h a ve been w a sh in g -u p f o r tw e n ty m in u te s . 4. T h e c h ild r e n h ave been t id y in g th e ir n in g . 9. I have been a s k in g y o u to t id y y o u r room f o r tw o d ays. 10. I h a ve been s t a y in g w ith m y fr ie n d b u t now I ’ m g o in g to m o v e to a h o tel. 11. I h a ve been r in g in g f o r h a lf an h o u r. I h a ve been c le a n in g . 2. room f o r an h o u r. 5. G r a n d p a h a ve been g o in g to w o rk in th e g a rd e n s in ce 8 o ’ c lo ck in th e m o r ­ 1. T h e b o y s h a v e been c le a n in g th e b ike . 2. S h e h a s been liv in g in th e h ou se f o r tw o m o n th s. n in g . 3. 1 h a ve been le a r n in g Ja p a n e s e f o r h a lf rg a yea r. 4. T h e y h a ve been h e lp in g t h e ir m u m f o r L e s so n 3 a ll th e d ay. 5. 10. 5. W e h a ve been p a in t in g o u r h ou se. .4 bo ok .o 2 . 1. t r u e ; 2 . f a ls e ; 3 . f a ls e ; 4 . t r u e ; fa lse; 6. tru e ; 7. tru e ; 8. fa lse; 9. false; 6. J a n e h a s been ir o n in g s in ce 9 o ’ clo ck in th e m o r n in g . tru e ; 11. — fa lse. 3, 1. “ d o in g c h o re s ” . UNIT 4 2. h o u s e h o ld in g d u ty . 3. to re m e m b e r t h in g s to do. 4. th e h o u s e h o ld in g ch o res. 5. b o il o r f r y eg gs. 6. se rv e th e m . w 7. p u t som e tea to th e te a p o t, p o u r some o f th e b o w lin g w a te r in t o th e pot. 4. w 1. ch ecked ; 2. th ro a t; 3. to o k J o h n ’s te m p e ra tu re ; 6. 8. th e d is h w a s h e r m a c h in e . L e s so n 1 4. f lu ; 5 . s n e e z in g ; p re s c rib e d ; 7. sore th r o a t; 8 . s ta y in bed; 9. rec o v e r. 9. o n to th e cu p b o a rd . w 10. is n e v e r done. L e s so n 2 L e s so n 4 2. 2. 1 b; 2 a; 3 c; 4 c; 5 b; 6 a; 7 b. 1 c; 2 a; 3 e; 4 b; 5 d. 6. 1. h ad n e v e r fe lt ; 4. h ad ta ken ; 2. h ad been gone; 5. h a d n ’ t seen; 3. h ad c u t; 6. h a d w o rk e d . Lesso ns 7 - 8 Lesso n s 8 - 9 1. 1. H o w lo n g h a v e y o u been c o o k in g 3. 1. co u g h ts 7. th ro a t d o in g 2. blood 8. e x a m in e d g a rd e n in g ? 3. r e g u la ry 9. s n e e zin g 3. I h a ve been w a it in g f o r h im sin ce the 4. p u lse 10. rec o v e re d m o r n in g . 5. h e a lth y 11. p re s c rib e d 4. H e has been s t u d y in g v e ry h a rd la te ly . 6. m e d ic in e th is d in n e r? 2. H ow lo n g h a ve you been
  • UNIT б TEST YOURSELF 2 . 1. had gone; 2. 3. 4. 5. had had had had Lesson 2 fallen ill lived healthy life taken some m edicine seen the play 6. 4. 1. are called; 2. are created; 3. are made; are built; 5. are surrounded. L e s so n 5 U N IT S 3. 2. Л tennis player needs to have a lot o f energy. 3. A swimmer m ust have a great wish to win. 4. A cricketer has to think clearly. 5. A w eight lifter doesn ’ t have to be brave. 6. Л jum per m ust be strong. Lesso n 6 .4 bo ok .o 1- The British are known to be wellmannered. 2. The British are supposed to be prac­ tical and careful 3. The B ritish are believed to be u n friend­ ly to foreign ers. 4. The British are said to be em otional. 5. The B ritish are known to be cou n t­ rymen at heart. 6. Tlie British are considered to be se­ rious and reserved. 4 . 1. an average 5. average 6. typical 7. move 8. com m on 2. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. w 2. divorce 3. typical 4. get married f o o t b a ll p l a y e r n e e d s t o r u n rg 4. Lesso n 6 1. A fa st. Lesso n 5 1. good football players fo r his team. at jum ping, running, row ing. w eren’ t good at English, Math. was the best in the south o f England. keeping fo r a diet. lost a game. they had bad knowledge. TEST YOURSELF 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. w w TEST YOURSELF 1. couples get married average doubt, devote disappointing, divorce 1. 1 h; 2 f; 3 b; 4 i; 5 j; 6 e; 7 a; 8 d; 9 c; 10 g. C O ъс d ; d ro s X T >N Q. 5 'c о 3 < CQ О < u 2. 1 b; 2 c; 3 c; 4 b; 5 c. X 3. 1 c; 2 d; 3 a; 4 b; 5 c. < UNIT 7 2, 1. The U krainians aren’ t expected to greet the' friends every time they meet them. 2. The British are supposed to be wellmannered. 3. The Ukrainians are supposed to be em o­ tional and kind-hearted. 4. The British are believed to be reser­ ved. 5. The Ukrainians are not supposed to be great tea-drinkers. 2 c Q. L e s so n 1 3. 1. f a m o u s ; 2 . c o m e d ie s ; 3 . a c t e d ; 4. audience; 5. stage; 6. actors. L e s so n 2 1. a) 1. was designed 2. was not made Ю
  • 3. w ere b u ilt 2. 4. w ere m ade 1 — h ad b e g u n , w as e x p la in in g 2 — w as c le a n in g , ca m e, sh oo k 5. w ere c a rrie d 7. w as op en ed 3 — ra n , to ok 4 — w ill h a ve, do 5 — to o k , h ad seen b) 6 — a r r iv e d , h a d fin is h e d 7 — g o t, h a d le f t , d id n ’ t see 6. w ere p u t 1. w as opened 2. w as clo sed 8 — co o k in g 3. w obbled 4. w as opened 6. w ere you d o in g , c a lle d , was 1. w as opened 2. w as m ade 3. is d r u n k TEST YO URSELF 4. w ere asked 5. is g ro w n 1 . 1. to p e r fo r m 6. to a p p la u d 7. scree n 2. p e rfo rm a n c e 3. stag e 6. is n o t allo w ed 7. w as b u ilt . 8. is on 4. scree n 9. a c to r 5. a u d ie n c e 10. s ta r Lesso n 6 1. w as b u ilt b y ...; 2. re p la ce d w ith ; 3. w as p la n ;e d b y; 4. m ade; 5. are b u rie d . 1 c; 2 c; 3 b; 4 a; 5 a; 6 a; 7 a; 8 b. .4 bo ok .o 2. rg 2. U N IT S Lesso n 1 2. 4 . 1. ones 2. one 3. ones w w 4. ones 1. w L e s so n 2 1 a; 2 b; 3 a; 4 b; 5 c; 6 c; 7 c; 8 a. 1. 1. cash desk; 2. p a y; 3. p ay; 4. costs; 5. 1 b; 2 a; 3 c; 4 b; 5 c. 5. one 6. one L e s s o n s 7 —8 cashier; 6. pounds; 7. cashier; 8. cash ier 1 ,1 . 5. TEST YOURSELF goods: 2. designer; 3. sale; 4. b argain; cash 2. 1 d; 2 a; 3 e; 4 b; 5 с 3. 1 b; 2 e; 3 с; 4 a; 5 d.