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7. Complete the sentences using the missing words.
8. Express the same in English.
9. Express the same in a different way.
Example: He has a lot of money. He can buy a car. ↠
10. Complete the sentences, make them true.
11. Express the same in English.
ƒостаточно холодно; достаточно хорошо; достаточно хороший; достаточно мела; достаточно зарабатывать; достаточно чисто; достаточно еды; достаточно трудитьс€.
12. a) Read and guess what the underlined words mean.
b) Look these words up to make sure you have guessed right.
13. Read the words, look them up and then study the word combinations and sentences to know how to use them.
private (adj): a private room, a private shower, a private garden, a private interview, a private discussion, private thoughts, private plans. Something that is private is for one person only or for a small group of people. I have always wanted to have a private room,
to shoot, shot, shot (v): to shoot well, to shoot badly, to shoot at something. The men were ready to shoot. He shot at the bird but missed,
to shoot an arrow:1 I shot an arrow into the air.
to measure (d): to measure land, to measure length and width, to measure the room. To measure means to find the size, length and width of things and people. You can measure the length of the box with a ruler. The dressmaker measured lady Ascott.
a measure (v): The metre is a measure of length,
to trust (v): to trust a person, to trust oneТs words, to trust oneТs advice. Everybody liked and trusted him. She didnТt trust anybody to look after her child. Do you really trust his advice?
to respect (v): to respect people, to respect oneТs feelings, to respect oneТs courage, to respect traditions. If you respect someone you think well of him and his ideas. Do you respect such people, such politicians?
respect (n): УI had a real respect and admiration for him,Ф she said. Why do you never show any respect for the lady?
wisdom (n): to show a lot of wisdom, a man of wisdom, to speak with wisdom. At least she had the wisdom to keep silent,
an event (n): an important event, a possible event, political and cultural events. An event is something that happens. You canТt control the events, can you?
shy (adj): a shy girl, a shy smile, a shy look. IТve always been a bit shy in the company of people. I donТt know why she was so shy at the party and didnТt speak to anyone.
to retire (v): to retire from the company, to retire from farming, to retire at the age of 60. When someone retires he stops doing his job. When did your granddad retire?
a crowd (n): a big/large crowd, a silent crowd. The court case attracted large crowds. Did she say there are always crowds of holidaymakers on these beaches?
to push (v): to push a door, to push a person, to push a car. John pushed the door to open it. Why did little Sam have to push his bicycle?
poverty (n): to live in poverty, to suffer from poverty. There are thousands of people who live in poverty. Did she say she had suffered much from poverty?
a stepmother (v): A stepmother is the woman who has married your father after your mother died. Did CinderellaТs stepmother look after the girl?
a stepfather, a stepchild, a stepdaughter, a stepson, a stepbrother, a stepsister
to encourage (l>): to encourage pupils, to encourage the group, to encourage sick children. If you encourage someone you tell him that what he is doing is good and ask him to continue doing it. Does Miss Brown always encourage her pupils to work hard?
to borrow (v): to borrow a book from the library, to borrow oneТs car, to borrow oneТs bicycle, to borrow words from other languages.
14. a) Nick has 7 friends. Say why he respects them.
Bob / to look after his little cousins Ч Nick respects Bob because he looks after his little cousins.
b) Do you have friends you respect? Say why you respect them.
16. Say a few words about the chances you had to do something you wanted to do but didnТt use them. Explain why.
Example: Last week I had a chance to see УHamletФ, but didnТt (use it) as I had no time (was busy, didnТt have the money, couldnТt buy the tickets, etc.).
17. Look at the words and say which of these can be shy, canТt be shy, are hardly ever shy.
Example: Generals are hardly ever shy.
18. Mr BrownТs wife died last year. He has a son called Don and a daughter called Alice. In January Mr Brown married Mary. She also has a son John and a daughter called Sara. What is their relationship?
Example: John and Sara are Mr BrownТs stepchildren.
18. Listen to the poem УThe Arrow and the SongФ, Ў 64, and read it. Then learn it by heart.
The Arrow And The Song
(by H. W. Longfellow)
I shot an arrow into the air,