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t I.N.VERESHCHAGINA O.V.AFANASYEVA PROSVESHCH ENIYE ?U£tl£HEIIS АНГЛИЙСКИЙ ЯЗЫК Книга для чтения IV класс Пособие для учащихся общеобразовательных учреждений и школ с углублённым изучением английского языка Составители И. Н. Верещагина, О. В. Афанасьева 12-е издяние МОСКВА дПРОСВЕЩЕНИЕ» 2010 УДК 373.167.1:811.111 I,I,К 81.2АНГЛ-93 Л61 Английский язык. Книга для чтения. IV класс : пособие для учащихся Л()1 ()Г)|цсоб[)а,човат. учреждений и шк. с углубл. изучением англ. яз. / сост. II II Вер^-мцагипа, О. В. .Афанасьева. — 12-е изд. — М.: Просвещение, ЗОИ). — 112 с.; ил. — ISBN 978-5-09-024571-5. |\|пп,| ,г’1Я чтении является составной частью учсбно-мегодичсского комплекта по aiir.nniicK0My и :ык\’ .тля IV класса общсоб()а.човатс.пьны.х учреждений и школ с углубленным и.чученнем .141 ..’1ИПСК0Г0 я.аыка. Материал книги для чтения соотнесен е соответствующими уроками учебника. УДК 373.167.1:811.1 II ББК 81.2АНГЛ-93 Учебное издание АНГЛИЙСКИЙ ЯЗЫК КНИГА ДПЯ ЧТЕНИЯ IV класс Пособие для учащихся общеобразовательных учреждений и щкол с углублённым изучением английского языка Составители Верещагина Ирина Николаевна Афанасьева Ольга Васильевна I Icmp ipyiHibi германских языков. Руководитель [Дснтра И. В. Копылова. Зам. руководителя Н. И. Мак-iiiui’iiKf). Редактор Н. И. Максименко. .Художники Б. С. Вехтер. В. Л. Гальдяев. Художественный |ic;i:’,Mop Б. Л. Афанасьева. Технический редактор О. А. Булавченкопа. Корректор И. Б. Окунева. 11.1.’|1м’пвая льгота — Общероссийский классификатор продукции (.Ж 00.3-93 — 953000. Изд. лиц. I ( рия ИЛ .X’j 05824 от 12.09.01 Подписано в печать 15.04.10. Фо|)мат 70х90‘/|,. Бумага офсетная. 1.|||||И1ура Литературная. Печать офсетная Уч.-изд. л. 5.29. Тираж 20 000 окз. Заказ .Xri 25675 in-.ni. iiiK|ii,iToe акционерное общество «Издательство ‘■ 11росвещениел. 127521 Москва, 3-й проез.а Марьиной роиги, 4 1 Щцчрытое акционерное общество «Смоленский полиграфический комбинат». 211020, г. Смоленск, ул. Смольянинова, 1 ISBN 978-5-09-024571-5 © Издательство сПросвещение», 1995 © Художественное оформление. Издательство «Просвещение», 1995 Все права защищены Here is the second English book for you to read. You can read it at home and in class, when you are free and when you are ready to brush up your English. We hope you will enjoy the stories and fairy-tales you can find on the pages of your Reading Book. Some of them you may know, some of them are quite new to you, some are funny and some are sad. We think you will find them interesting. If you have not managed to read the book during your school year, try and read it during the summer holidays. Hope you will enjoy your Reading Book! о Read the tale and say who Satchkin Patchkin is. SATCHKIN PATCHKIN (After Helen Morgan) Part I New words: untidy [An’taidi] — неопрятный, неухоженный lean [li:n] —- худой mean [mtn] — жадный a latch [laetj] (latchkin) — задвижка Bump! [Ьлтр] — Бух! Бух! (звуки при ударе о дверь) to cry fkraij —кричать silver [‘silvo]—серебряный a bell [be!] — звоночек a voice [a’vois| — годос whoever {hu{:)’ev9j — кто бы ни Once upon a time there was a little green magic man. His name was Satchkin Patchkin and he lived, like a leaf, in an apple tree. The apple tree was in a long, untidy garden, and in the long untidy garden there was a little, untidy house. A poor woman called Mother Farthing lived in the house, but it was not her house. It was the farmer’s house. The farmer lived in another house on the hill. He was a lean man, a mean man, a man without a smile. One spring night Mother Farthing was coming back to her house after a day in town. She was not happy as she didn’t have her cow with her. She had some money but very little. She was very unhappy as she slowly walked home alone, “1 no longer have a cow,” she said. “And the money is to pay my rent to the farmer.” Mother Farthing looked up at the dark sky and saw the beautiful white moon. She put her hand on the latch of her cottage door and watched the moon. “Oh, the moon looks like milk tonight,” she said. The little green magic man in the apple tree heard her. He came out from under a new green leaf and watched the moon too. “Milk,” he thought and looked at the white moon again. “When did I last drink milk? I don’t remember what it tastes like.” The more he thought about it the more he wanted some milk. He said, “I must have milk or I won’t sleep.” And the little green magic man went to the farmer’s house which stood high on the hill. The farmer was a lean man, a mean man, a man without a smile, but he had a lot of cows and a lot of milk. The farmer’s fine house was dark and the farmer himself was sleeping in his warm bed. He was dreaming about money as usual, when suddenly he heard this noise — “Bump! Burnp! Bump!” The farmer opened his eyes and sat up. “What’s that loud noise down in the yard?” he thought, getting out of his warm bed. He wanted to find out who was at the door, but couldn’t see anyone. “Who’s there? And what do you want at this time of night?” he cried. Back came the answer, thin and clear as the sound of a silver bell; “Satchkin Patchkin! Who will lift the latchkin? Satchkin Patchkin! Who will lift the latch?” The farmer looked out of his window but could see no one at the door. “What do you want?” cried the farmer. He was cold and angry in the dark night. “Only a little milk, that’s all,” said the clear, thin voice from below. “Milk» roared the farmer. “Milk! At this time of night? Go away, whoever you are, and let me go back to my bed!” The farmer closed tlie window and returned to his warm bed. Choose and read aloud the sentences which are true to the text 1. Once upon a time there was a big magic man. 2. Once upon a time there was a little green magic man. 3. Satchkin Patchkin lived in a big house. 4. Satchkin Patchkin lived in an apple tree. 5. A poor woman lived in a little, untidy house. 6. A poor woman lived in a nice, little house. 7. The farmer lived in the same house. 8. The farmer lived in a different house on the hill. 9. The farmer was very kind. 10. The farmer was a mean man. 11. After a day in town the woman was happy. 12. She was not happy because she didn’t have her cow with her. 13. Tlie woman had a lot of money. 14. The woman had very little money. 15. The little green magic man didn’t want to drink any milk. 16. The little green magic man wanted to drink some milk. 17. The farmer gave some milk to the little green magic man. 18. The farmer didn’t give any milk to the little green magic man. Read the second part of the tale and say what its main idea is. SATCHKIN PATCHKIN Part II New words: at once [at’wAns] — сразу же a drop [a’drop] —капля a jug [a’dsAgl —кувшин The little green magic man turned away from the farmer’s house with its closed doors and windows. “Seventeen cows and no milk for me?” he said. Slowly he went back. When he came to Mother Farthing’s small, untidy cottage he stopped. “1 must have some milk,” he said. “I must remember its taste or I won’t sleep all night.” He began to knock at the old woman’s door. Mother Farthing was not sleeping. She was thinking about her cow. She got up at once and went to the window. “Who’s there?” she cried. “What can I do for you?” The answer came thin and clear, like the sound of a silver bell: “Satchkin Patchkin! Will you lift the latchkin? Satchkin Patchkin! Will you lift the latch?” “Of course I will!” cried the old woman. “I am coming!” She went to the door, lifted the latch and saw a little green man. “Come in!’’ she said. “What is it you want?” “Just a little milk, nothing more,” said a clear, thin voice behind her. Poor Mother Farthing sat down and cried, “I have no cow any more. I drank the last of her milk for my supper. There is no milk in the house!” “No milk? Is it all gone?’ Every drop of it?” asked the little green magic man. The old woman stood up and looked into the jug on the table. “Only a drop. One iittie drop,” she said. “Oh, it’s enough for me,” said the little man. So, Mother Farthing gave him the drop of milk. He drank it slowly. When he finished he dropped a small ring into the jug. At once the jug was full of sweet, new milk. “You will always have milk now,” said Satchkin Patchkin. “Put this ring into the jug, open the door and say: ‘Satchkin Patchkin! Hear me lift the latchkin! Satchkin Patchkin! Hear me lift the latch!’” Is it all gone? — Что, все кончилось? And then there will be a lot of inilk in the jug, “Thank you.” said Mother Farthing. The little green magic man looked at Mother Farthing and said: “If you need me, just come and call. My name is Satchkin Patchkin and 1 live, like a leaf, in the apple tree.» I my name is 5atcbKin-Patcbir and I (ivE ItkE a leaf in thE applE treE Agree or disagree. 1. The little green magic man thanked the farmer for the milk. 2. Satchkin Patchkin began to knock at Mother Farthing’s door because he was hungry. 3. Mother Farthing was not sleeping, as she was thinking about her cow. 4. Satchkin Patchkin asked Mother Farthing for a glass of water. 5. Mother Farthing drank the la^t of her milk for her supper. 6. Satchkin Patchkin dropped a small ring into the jug. 7. Satchkin Patchkin gave Mother Farthing a lot of money. 8. Satchkin Patchkin lived, like a leaf, in the apple tree. ИШВ Read the text and say what you think of the boy. THE BOY WHO CRIED «WOLFr New words: to tall asleep —засыпать to tell lies — лгать, говорить неправду ап end [end] — конец fast I fast] — быстро to save jseivj — спасать silly i’silij — глупый a lie jlai] — ложь suddenly j’SAdnli] — вдруг to grab [graeb] — схватить to believe [bi’lhv] — верить loudly (‘laudlij — громко Once upon a time there lived a little boy. His name was Bill. Bill didn’t live in town. He lived in the country, and looked after sheep. He was not a very good boy. He often fell asleep watching the sheep, and he also told lies. The people who lived there often said, “That boy will come to a bad end.” One day Bill wanted to play a practical [‘praektiklj joke on the people. He ran down the hill and cried, “Wolf! Wolf! Help! Come quickly! Wolf!» All the people ran very fast to him as they wanted to save him. But when the people ran up to the boy they saw no wolf. “It heard you and ran away,” the boy said. The people went away. Bill began to laugh. “How funny the people are! How silly they are! They are not clever at all.” Three weeks laler he wanted to play the same trick [trik] again, “Wolf! Wolf!” he cried. “Help! Come quickly! Wolf!” Many people ran to the hill as fast as they could, but again there was no wolf. Tliis time the boy laughed at them, “Ha, ha. There was no wolf,” he said. “What a good joke! Don’t you think so?” The people became very angry. “Lies are not jokes,” they said, and went back home. Two days later the weather was sunny and warm. The boy was sleeping in the afternoon sun. Suddenly he woke up. He saw a big-dark animal. The animal ran to the sheep and grabbed one. “Wolf!” cried the boy. “Wolf! Help! Come quickly! Wolf!” But nobody came to save the boy this lime. Nobody wanted to help him. Nobody believed him. He cried out again. He cried loudly. The wolf heard and said: “f like sheep, but a little boy will taste better. I’ll have a real dinner tonight!” When the boy didn’t return home that night the people went to look for him. But they never found him and nobody saw him again. I. Answer the questions: 1. Did the boy work well? Prove your answer. 2. What joke did he play on the people? Why did he do it? 3. Why do you think all the people came to help him the first time? 4. Did they all come the second time? 5. Why did nobody come when the boy really saw a wolf? 6. What happened to the boy? 7. What do you think the people said when they couldn’t find Bill? 8. Do you sometimes tell lies? What is the result? 2. Which is the best moral of the story? a) It’s not good to sleep at work. b) If you play tricks on people, they won’t help you later. c) If you tell too many lies, people won’t believe you. Read the story and say why parents like Hamburger Harry’s parties. HAMBURGER HARRY New words’. everywhere [‘evnwea] — повсюду a carpet [‘kcupit] —ковер litter i’lito] — мусор to throw [9rou] (threw [Qru:])—бросать to pick up [‘pik’Ap] —подбирать a bin [bin) — ящик для мусора to choose ftjuiz] —выбирать to arrange [o’reinds] —устраивать a badge [baeds] — значок to pay [pei] (paid [peid]) — платить a bill [btl] — счет Today fast food restaurants [TestroiQz] are very popular. One famous name is Harry’s Hamburgers. Harry’s Hamburgers come From America and have been in business for thirty years. There are about 5,000 Harry’s Hamburgers in different countries. The food is the same everywhere. In London, New York or Paris people eat the same hamburgers and drink the same drinks. This is Hamburger Harry. He works for Harry’s Hamburgers, and he is a special [‘spefol] friend of children everywhere. He goes to schools and talks to pupils. He goes into different classrooms, sits down on the carpet or at the desk and asks the pupils to relax. Then he begins his talk. Harry teaches children about litter, “Don’t throw your boxes on the floor in my restaurants,” he says. “And don’t throw my bags li away in the street. If you see boxes and bags in the street, pick them up and throw them into the bin.” Hamburger Harry visits children in hospitals I’hospitalz] and tells them funny stories. His restaurants give wonderful birthday parties. Parents telephone I’teli.; foLin] the restaurant or go there. They choose a good day tor the party, arrange the food and drink and send invitations to friends. Hamburger Harr.y sometimes comes to the party with a bag of presents and a big birthday cake. The boys and girls sit round the tables and eat all their favourite food. They all wear paper hats and party badges. Hamburger Harry’s uniform is green, red and yellow and he wears two big badges. He works hard at the party. He tells jokes, sings songs and gives everyone a present. The children get coloured pencils, balloons and books to draw on. They always have a good time. Their parents enjoy the party too because they don’t prepare the tables and they don’t cook the food. They don’t

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