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PROSVESHCHENIYE PUBLISHERS I.N. VERESHCHAGINA O.V. AFANASYEVA Student’s Book PART 1 И.Н. ВЕРЕЩАГИНА О. В. АФАНАСЬЕВА АНГЛИЙСКИЙ язык 4 Ю1АСС Учебник для общеобразовательных учрехсдений и школ с углублённым изучением английского языка с приложением на электронном носителе В двух частях Часть 1 Рекомендовано Министерством образования и науки Российской Федерации 10-е издание Москва «ПРОСВЕЩЕНИЕ» 2012 УДК 373.167.1:811.111 ББК 81.2АНГЛ-922 В31 На учебник получены положительные заключения Российской академии наук (№10106-5215/15 от 31.10.2007 г.) и Российской академии образования (№01-376/5/7Д от 22.10.2007 г.). Верещагина И. Н. В31 Английский язык. 4 класс : учеб, для общеобразоват. учреждений и шк. с углубл. изучением англ. яз. с прил. на электрон, носителе. В 2 ч. Ч. 1 / И. Н. Верещагина, О. В. Афанасьева. — 10-е изд. — М. : Просвещение, 2012. — 220 с. ; ил. — ISBN 978-5-09-026519-5. УДК 373.167.1:811.111 ББК 81.2АНГЛ-922 ISBN 978-5-09-026519-5(1) ISBN 978-5-09-026520-1(общ.) Издательство «Просвещение», 2007 Художественное оформление. Издательство «Просвещение», 2007 Все права защищены ROUND-UP LESSONS Lesson 1 Brush up vour vocabulary and grammar. (/7*) season, winter, summer, autumn, year, month, January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December (v) rain, snow, skate, ski, sledge, be (am, is, are) {adj) cold, warm, hot, fine, nice, terrible, bright, different {adv) always, often, usually, sometimes, terribly, never, well, very, no, not, indeed {prep) in (into), about, of, at … o’clock {conj) because go for a walk, make a snowman, play snowballs How’s the weather today? — It’s fine. What’s the weather like today? — It’s cold. Hi! How are you? — I’m fine. Thanks. ‘ Сокращения (n), (v), (adj), (adv), (prep), (conj), (pron), (interj) CM. в «Списке сокращений», с. 193. г © He 1 We 1 I am/I’m not She • is/isn’t You are/aren’t It J They , © © 0 Am I …? Yes, I am. No, I’m not. Is he …? she …? it …? Yes, he/she is. No, it isn’t. Are we …? you …? . they …? Yes, we are. No, you/they aren’t. \о Let Us Review How many seasons are there in a year? What are they? Are they different in Russia and in Great Britain? © When does summer (winter) begin in Russia and in Great Britain? © Read and guess what season it is: a) The season between spring and autumn, when the sun is hot. b) The season between winter and summer, when birds come back from hot countries. c) The season between autumn and spring, when it is cold and there is a lot of snow. (4) What poems and songs about “Seasons and Nature” do vou remember? Act out the one you like best. © Think about spring and autumn and make up five sentences from the chart^ below. It IS isn’t cold spring. often warm autumn. always very terribly hot March. usually fine in April. sometimes dry September. bright October. nice Let Us Read and Learn © Enjoy vour English and sing the song “What’s the Weather Like Today?”, [olo] 1 ■ WHAT’S THE WEATHER LIKE TOPAY? Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. (4 times) What’s the weather like today? Is it sunny? What’s the weather like today? Is it rainy? What’s the weather like today? It’s quite funny How it’s changing. What’s the weather like today? Is it snowing? What’s the weather like today? Is it clearing?^ What’s the weather like today? Is it going to be Really yery nice indeed? Shining sun, And sparkling^ sea. Warm and dry, with just a breeze [bri:zj. ‘ chart [tfoitl — таблица 2 Is it clearing? — Проясняется? 3 sparkling I’spa:klio] — сверкающее i Among’ the trees… breeze… Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. (4 times) Yesterday the wind was blowing.2 Is today going to be fine? Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. (4 times) Let Us Read LOOK, REAP. REMEMBERIJ > to rain, to snow It often rains/snows in autumn. It is raining/snowing now. It never rains/snows there. It doesn’t rain/snow in June. Does it often rain/snow there? It isn’t raining/snowing. Is it raining/snowing? It often rained/snowed last winter. It didn’t rain/snow last month. Did it rain/snow in March? © Read and find out what Misha and Kate think of winter. Misha: Winter is my favourite season. I like it very much because it’s so beautiful in win- ter. The sun is so bright. The streets and houses,^ the trees are white and the snow looks so beautiful in the sun. You can ski, skate and sledge a lot. We usually play snowballs and make snowmen in winter. We play a lot in the forest and have winter holidays too. We celebrate Christmas in December and New Year in January. Santa Claus (we call him Father Frost) gives us presents. ‘ among ta’niAp] — среди 2 the wind was blowing I ‘blauit)] — дул ветер 3 houses [ ‘hauziz] — дома 1 Kate: I dislike^ winter. I can’t ski or skate and I am always cold in winter. The days are short and the nights are long. It is dark at 5 o’clock in the evening and my mother asks me to come home early. So I am always at home in the evening. You know, I like different colours: yellow, red, green, brown and blue, but I can only see white this time of the year. Winter is always white. Tell vour friend about any season and sav why you like or dislike it. (Exercise 7 can help vou.) ® Complete the dialogue and act it out. Fred: Hi, Al! Л1: ….. How are you? Fred: …… Let’s go for a walk. Л1: Where to? Fred: …… Al: That’s a good idea! What about the weather? Fred: …… Let’s meet at 12 o’clock. Al: ….. See you later then. 0 Let Us Write ,10) Write down questions and begin them with the words given in brackets. It often rains in autumn in Moscow. {When/Where) It never snows in Africa. (Does/Where) It usually rains in October. {When/Does) ® Get ready to interview vour friend about his/her favourite season. Write questions. Let’s see who the best interviewer is. ‘ dislike [dis’ laik] — не любить A к Lesson 2 Brush UP your vocabulary and grammar. (n) clothes, hat, cap, shoe(s), boot(s), jeans, shorts, sweater, jacket, shirt, blouse, skirt, tights, coat, overcoat, raincoat, thing, shop, size, party, birthday, colour (V) wear (wore), put on (put on), take off (took off), dress, try on (tried on), suit, buy (bought), bring (brought), wonder, want, thank (adj) black, grey, blue, green, red, brown, yellow, white, great, bad (worse, the worst), good (better, the best), funny, next, small (adv) tomorrow, quickly, slowly ipron) I (me), you, he (him), she (her), it, we (us), they (them) {prep) on (conj) but, and, or, if It suits you well (all right). I wonder … . I wonder where he is. What size … do you wear? (What is your size? What size are you?) You look great in it. How much are they? I’d like … . At the party. 1 I am/I’m not ‘Л © He She It is/isn’t Am 1 Is We You They are/aren’t reading. he she it > reading? Are J we you they J Yes, I am. Yes, he is. Yes, we are. No, I’m not. No, she isn’t. No, they aren’t. Let Us Review (1) Name: \0 1 four things you wear on your feet; 2 five things that keep you warm; 3 two things you wear in hot (cold) weather; 4 three things that only women wear; 5 six things that men and women can both wear. (D Look at the pictures on page 10 and sav what they are wearing. ► Example щ Mike is wearing a green T-shirt. Mrs Smith Mike Mr Smith Ann Nick Tom Mr Black © Choose the answers which you think are right. A. When do you wear light* clothes? a) all the time; b) when I go out; c) when it is hot in the street; d) when I run a race. B. What do you buy in shoe shops? a) blouses; b) high boots; c) trainers; d) trousers. C. What do you take with you when you go to the South? a) an overcoat; b) a raincoat; light llaitl — легкий c) mittens; d) sandals [‘saendlzj. D. What do you do when you don’t know if you like the dress? a) I put it on; b) / try it on; c) / buy it; d) / take it off. Guessing game: sav what one of vour classmates is wearing at the moment and let the other pupils guess who he/she is. What poems and songs about “Clothes” do you remember? Act out the one vou like best. Let Us Read © Read the text and find in it how we choose the right dress. Read these sentences aloud. EVERYTHING tS GOOD IN ITS SEASON ‘ fur [fs:] — мех; меховой 1 There are four seasons in the year. Each of them brings different weather and different clothes. When it is hot people wear T-shirts and shorts, sports shoes, socks and sandals. Women wear light blouses and skirts. In summer people dress like this in Africa, Russia, Canada, Ireland, Great Britain and America. In cold weather people usually put on warm clothes; jeans and trousers, sweaters and jackets, overcoats and caps. In winter they wear fur> coats and fur caps, high boots and mittens or gloves. The proverb says: “There is no bad weather, there are bad clothes.” Another proverb says; “Everything is good in its season.” Do you understand it? When you think what to wear, choose the right dress. Think what is good on the sports ground and 111 what is good at the party and why a long dress looks beautiful on a woman but is funny on a little girl. When you buy clothes, try them on. Make sure that they are your size, that they suit you and that you like their colour. 0 Let Us Talk © Sav what are the right clothes and what are not for the following: — a race; — a birthday party; — a rainy summer (autumn) day; — a cold winter day. ► I wear (choose) shorts when I run a race. Example § People don’t wear (put on) raincoats on a cold winter day. (8)say_ what you are wearing at the moment and why. © Discuss in the groups the following: — what clothes you would like to buy; — what your parents usually wear; — what y

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0S PROSVESHCHENIYE pusLiSHefts I. N. VERESHCHAGINA O.V. AFANASYEVA Student’s Book PART 2 И.Н. ВЕРЕЩАГИНА О. В. АФАНАСЬЕВА АНГЛИЙСКИЙ язык 4 КЛАСС Учебник для общеобразовательных учрехсдений и школ с углублённым изучением английского языка с приложением на электронном носителе В двух частях Часть 2 Рекомендовано Министерством образования и науки Российской Федерации 10-е издание Москва «ПРОСВЕЩЕНИЕ» 2012 УДК 373.167.1:811.111 ББК 81.2АНГЛ-922 В31 На учебник получены положительные заключения Российской академии наук (№ 10106-5215/15 от 31.10.2007 г.) и Российской академии образования (№01-376/5/7д от 22.10.2007 п). Верещагина И. Н. В31 Английский язык. 4 класс : учеб, для общеобразоват. учреждений и шк. с углубл. изучением англ. яз. с прил. на электрон, носителе. В 2 ч. Ч. 2/ И. Н. Верешагана, О. В. Афанасьева. -10-е изд. — М.: Просвещение, 2012.-224с.: ил. — ISBN 978-5-09-026521-8. УДК 373.167.1:811.111 ББК 81.2.АНГЛ-922 ISBN 978-5-09-026521-8(2) ISBN 978-5-09-026520-1 (общ.) © Издательство «Просвещение», 2007 © Художественное оформление. Издательство «Просвещение», 2007 Все пр)ава защищены 1 BASIC COURSE TRAVELLING AND TRANSPORT Lesson 31 Let Us Read ( LOOK, READ, REMEMBER!!^ begin — began — begun choose — chose — chosen draw — drew — drawn drink — drank — drunk eat — ate — eaten have — had — had spend — spent — spent swim — swam — swum © Read and compare. Present Perfect I have already read the book. I’ve just had breakfast. The boy hasn’t drawn a picture of Moscow уел Ann has never been to London. Have the children drunk the milk yeti Have they ever seen Trafalgar Square? Past Indefinite I read the book last summer. I had breakfast an hour ago. The boy didn’t draw a picture of Moscow yesterday. Ann was not in London last year. Did the children drink the milk last night? Did they see Trafalgar Square when they were in Londonl Read the dialogues and make up vour own. Look at these pictures. Make up dialogues like this. ) A: I’ve bought a new dress. Example § B: When did you buy it? A: I bought it last Saturday. 1) buy (anew dress) last Saturday 2) have (lunch) an hour ago 3) draw (a picture) yesterday Travelling and Transport 4) bum (my hand) yesterday morning 5) read (an interesting book) last night 6) finish (my homework) at six o’clock @ Learn how to oronounce and use the new words. -EE- 49. © Look at the pictures and sav how the people got to different places. © Look at the pictures and sav where Pete was yesterday and when he was there. Travelling and Transport © Try and read the new words. way — stay traffic — travel sea — seaside take — plane main — train rain — railway © Learn how to read the new words and sentences: first read them to yourself, then aloud as quickly as you can. [ae] apple, travel [‘traevl], to travel — travelled, to travel by car, to travel to the North, to travel about the country. Have you ever travelled to Africa? My friend has never travelled by car. [ei] May, stay [stei], to stay — stayed, to stay at the hotel, to stay with parents, to stay for a week. Where are you going to stay in Moscow? Last summer 1 stayed with my grandparents out in the country. late, plane [plem], a plane — planes, to go by plane, to get by plane, to travel by plane, on the plane. It takes me an hour to get to Moscow by plane. Were there many people on the plane during your last trip? rain, train [trein], a train — trains, to go by train, to get by train, to travel by train, on the train. I don’t think it is very comfortable to travel by train. railway station [‘reilwei ,steijn], a railway station — railway stations, the largest railway station in London. There are three railway stations in Komsomolskaya Square in Moscow. How long does it take us to get to the nearest railway station by taxi I’taeksi]? 1л] us, bus IbAs], a bus — buses, a bus stop, at the bus stop, a number Seven bus. London buses are often red. [i:] sea, seaside I’si:said], at the seaside, to go to the seaside. I spent my summer at the seaside last year. cheap ltfi:p], cheap — cheaper — the cheapest, a cheap dress, a cheap house. — Is your new dress cheap or expensive? — I don’t think it is very expensive. (?) Choose a partner. Ask and answer each other questions. Example ^ Pji How did they get from …? P2′. They got from … to … by by car by plane by bus by train by taxi by metro % Let Us Read and Learn QO) Listen to the dialooue. 50. Then read and learn it bv heart. A: How was your trip? B: Fantastic! A: Did you go to the Black Sea? B: We did. We spent a week at the seaside. A: Did you stay at the hotel? What was it like? B: It was excellent. A: What were the people like? B: They were very friendly. A: How lucky you are! Think of your own dialogue and act it out. Don’t forget to change over. Let Us Read Travelling and Transport =0^’ ^ Read the text and answer the questions of Tony’s friend. THE WEEKENd Many people in Britain work five days a week, from Monday to Friday. So, from Friday evening till Monday morning people are usually free.’ When Friday comes English people usually know where and how they are going to spend the weekend. Before they leave work they say to each other, “Have a nice weekend! Have fun!” Very many people plan to go away for the weekend. If young2 people are away from home, they may go home to stay with their parents, their relatives, or friends in different parts of the country. Some people go to the seaside and stay at a hotel lhau’tel] there. Some people like to travel by plane or by train, but many families go to the seaside by car as it is very comfortable and not expensive. Last Friday Tony and his family took a trip to Brighton. Brighton is a nice place not far from London. It’s easy to get there by car or by train. Tony’s family haven’t got a car. So, they went to the railway station by bus and travelled to Brighton by train. It took them about an hour to get there. The family had a wonderful time in Brighton. On Monday morning Tony’s friends asked him, “Where were you at the weekend? How was your trip? Did you stay at a hotel or with your friends? What did you do at the seaside?” Tony laughed, “Not so many questions at once, please. Everything is OK.” And what would you say? How could you answer these questions for Tony? Jl3j True, false or don’t know? 1. Many people in Britain work four days a week. 2. Before they leave work they say to each other, “Have a nice weekend! Have fun!” ‘ free [fri:] — свободный 2 young [)л1з] — молодой 0 3. Many families go to the seaside by car. 4. Last Friday Tony and his family took a trip to Brighton. 5. They got there by plane. Let Us Talk Give a short summary of Tony’s weekend. Choose a partner and discuss with him/her Tony’s weekend. Tell vour classmates about vour last weekend and let them ask questions for more information. Let Us Write Write the three forms of the verbs. begin, draw, be, become, drink, see, burn, eat, read, choose, spend, meet, have, swim, wake 18) Use the right form of the verbs. 1. Where did you … last weekend? a) go b) went c) have gone 2. I … to the seaside 3 years ago. a) have gone b) went c) go 3. How lucky you … this year! a) was b) were c) have been 4. They always … for Moscow by plane, a) have left b) leave c) left 5. We decided … at the hotel, a) stay b) stayed c) to stay Write 5 sentences using present perfect and 5 sentences using past indefinite (Exercise 1 can help vou). Learn how to write the new words. to +»*cive.l/ to stay at/witK (fo0y plaKve.^ t»*airv^ buSy seaslde.y •railway statiorvy cke.apy -j-antasticy ejccellervty fr\e.y\di\y Travelling and Transport Lesson 32 Let Us Learn © Last summer Bob (a boaster) staved at the Kina’s Hotel in the South of England. That’s what he savs. The hotel was cheap. The food was cheap. The fruit was cheap. The orange juice was cheap. The vegetables were cheap. a) Express vour doubt. Example ^ Was the hotel really cheap? b) Disagree with him. I don’t think the hotel was cheap. It was Example ) LJ ► expensive. Train vour memory. Look at the picture for a moment, then close it and say what means of transport you can remember. F © Look at the picture again and sav how the animals travelled last summer. © Look at the picture and say where and how Nick. Ann. Kate. Mike and Alice are going. IVavelling and IVansport © Sav it right. How many true sentences can you make up? A. Last summer the friends Nick and Kevin the boys the girls Mr Brown I travelled to the seaside London Africa Brighton Paris America by B. The trip was great (fantastic, fine, excellent, wonderful). © Sav what Sam and Charles have never done. The words can help you. f Example Щ Sam has never met his friend at the bus stop. to travel by plane to be at the railway station to buy cheap bananas to stay at a hotel to live at the seaside © Learn how to pronounce and use the new words, [ojo] 51, © Look at the picture and answer the questions on page 14. 1 1. Where is Bill? 2. How is he going to travel? 3. What is he going to take with him? 4. What is he buying? Try and read the new words. fine — find last — fast meal — steal try — cry chicken — ticket my — fly Learn how to read the new words and sentences: first read them to yourself, then aloud as quickly as you can. [ai] child, find [faind], to find — found — found, to find a road, to find a book, to find the answer to the question. I can’t find the money anywhere. Have you found the key? I can never find my pen. my, fly [flail, to fly —flew —flown, to fly by plane, to fly in the sky, to fly south, to fly east, to fly quickly. Some birds that live in the north fly south for the winter, dry, cry [krai], to cry — cried, to cry for help. The baby will cry when it is hungry. The house was on fire, the man in it cried for help. “Hurry up!” Alice cried. [i:j meat, steal [still], to steal — stole — stolen, to steal money, to steal a bag, to steal a horse. Somebody has stolen her bag. The burglar tried to steal a television set. [ea]pair, airport [‘еэрэа], an airport — airports, to go to Kennedy Airport, to fly from Sheremetyevo Airport. It took him two hours to get to Heathrow [‘hiiGrau] Airport. [i] sick, ticket [4ikit], a ticket — tickets, to buy tickets, a ticket to London, a ticket for a London train. Have you bought the tickets yet? [л] cup, luggage [‘Ugich], a lot of luggage, little luggage. I don’t like to travel with a lot of luggage. — Where is your luggage, please? — Here it is. [a:] last, fast lfa:st]: 1) a fast train, a fast horse, a fast trip, fast food. The clock is half an hour fast. I would like to go to London by a fast train. 2) to walk fast, to go fast, to run fast, to read fast, to write fast, to speak fast. Don’t run so fast! Travelling and Transport Play the “Champion” game. Who can make up more sentences using the following: to cry, to fiv. to steal, to find? { LOOK. READ. £EMEMBER!^> understand — understood — understood fall -fell — fallen give — gave — given grow — grew — grown make — made — made find — found — found fly — flew — flown steal — stole — stolen 12) Look at the pictures and sav what they have done. 1^ Make true answers to the following questions. 1. Have you ever flown by plane? When was it? 2. Have you ever given your favourite books to your friends? When did you do it? 3. Have you ever made tea or coffee? When did you last do it? 4. Have you ever found anything in the street? What was it? 5. Have you understood the present perfect tense? When did you understand it? 6. Have you ever fallen down?i Where was it? Let Us Read and Learn Listen to the poem “Trains”. t°I°

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ROUND-UP LESSONS
Lesson 1 3
Lesson 2 8
Lesson 3 14
Lesson 4 19
Lesson 5 24
Lesson 6 30
Lesson 7 35
Lesson 8 40
Basic Course
SCHOOL LIFE
Lesson 9 47
Lesson 10 54
Lesson 11 60
Lesson 12 67
Lesson 13 74
Lesson 14 78
Lesson 15 86
Lesson 16 Review l 92
THE PLACE WE LIVE IN
Lesson 17 97
Lesson 18 102
Lesson 19 108
Lesson 20 113
Lesson 21 122
Lesson 22 128
Lesson 23 Review 2 134
TOWN LIFE. LONDON
Lesson 24
Lesson 25 145
Lesson 26 153
Lesson 27 161
Lesson 28 169
Lesson 29 177
Lesson 30 Review 3 187
English-Russian Vocabulary 193
Irregular Verbs 216

 

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