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I. N. Vereshchagina
О. V. Afanasyeva
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PROSVESHCHENIYE
PUBLISHERS ^
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ФГОС
и. Н. Верещагина О. В. Афанасьева
АНГЛИИСКИИ
ЯЗЫК
V класс
Учебник
для общеобразовательных организаций и школ с углублённым изучением английского языка с приложением на злектронном носителе
В двух частях Часть 1
Рекомендовано Министерством образования и науки Российской Федерации
2-е издание
Москва «Просвещение» 2013
УДК 373.167.1:811.111 ББК 81.2АНГЛ-922 В31
На учебник получены положительные заключения Российской академии наук (№ 10106-5212/202 от 12.10.11) и Российской академии образования (№ 01-5/7д-288 от 17.10.11)
Условные обозначения
©) — задание с использованием аудиозаписи
1Ш — задание для подготовки к экзамену (prepare for the final assessment)
— разговорные клише (conversational formulas)
Vs — глагол в 3-M лице ед. числа настоящ,его времени
Ved — глагол (правильный) в форме Past Simple
Vg — третья форма глагола (причастие прошедшего времени)
Верещагина И. Н.
В31 Английский язык. V класс. Учеб, для общеобразоват. организаций и шк. с углубл. изучением англ. яз. с прил. на электрон, носителе. В 2 ч. Ч. 1 / И. Н. Верещагина, О. В. Афанасьева. — 2-е изд. — М. : Просвещение, 2013. — 174 с. : ил. — ISBN 978-5-09-031045-1.
Учебник является основным компонентом учебно-методического комплекта «Английский язык» и предназначен для учащихся V класса общеобразовательных организаций и щкол с углублённым изучением английского языка.
В учебник включены уроки для повторения материала, пройденного во 2—4 классах, и основной курс. Задания учебника направлены на тренировку учащихся во всех видах речевой деятельности (аудировании, говорении, чтении и письме) и обеспечивают достижение личностных, метапредметных и предметных результатов.
Содержание учебника соответствует требованиям Федерального государственного образовательного стандарта основного общего образования.
УДК 373.167.1:811.111 ББК 81.2АНГЛ-922
ISBN 978-5-09-031045-1 (1) ISBN 978-5-09-031046-8 (общ.)
Издательство «Просвещение», 2012 Художественное оформление. Издательство «Просвещение», 2012 Все права защищены
^ SCHOOL LIFE « THE PLACE WHERE WE LIVE ^ CITY LIFE. LONDON » TRAVELLING AND TRANSPORT
• HOBBIES
• MY COUNTRY
• AMERICA (THE USA)
их
Personal
Identification’
• family • name, address, telephone number • character, appearance^
• likes and dislikes • date of birth, place of birth, age • occupation
LET US REVIEW
1 You meet a boy near the school. He is a new pupil in your class:
a) ask him to answer your questions;
b) tell your best friend all you’ve learnt about the new boy.
№l !
1. What’s your name (your surname)?
2. Where are you from? How old are you?
3. Where and when were you born?
4. When is your birthday?
5. What’s your address and telephone number?
6. What are your likes and dislikes?
7. How large is your family?
8. What does your father (mother, etc.^) do?
A group of boys and girls is leaving for London. They don’t know each other and have just met. What do you think they are saying to each other? Choose the possible questions/sentences from the list.
— Hi! (Hello!)
— Do you like the Russian winter?
— Nice to meet you.
— How old are you?
— Is it quiet in the street?
— I am fine.
‘ personal identification [‘p3:snol aiidentifikeifn] — зд. всё о себе ^ appearance [э’рюгэпз] — внешность ® etc. — et cetera [et’set(9)r3] — лат. и так далее
— What’s your address?
— How old is your cousin?
— Where are you from?
— What’s your name?
— Where do you live?
— Pleased to meet you.
— Have you got a brother?
— How are you?
3 Here are two forms.^ The first one is Boris’.^ Look at it and say all you can about him. Then talk about yourself.
4 Say what their telephone numbers are.
454-17-36 332-14-02 430-29-50
Nina:
Klim:
Vova:
Larisa:
Oksana:
Andrei:
953-00-22
955-38-40
275-82-20
Listen to the text 1), and say which is Boris’s (Vera’s, Susan’s, Lisa’s and Paul’s) telephone number.
Boris: 112-18-95 or 112-80-95
Vera: 271-19-13 or 271-09-30
Susan: 275-36-18 or 275-26-18
Lisa: 454-28-22 or 444-28-22
Paul: 925-14-14 or 925-44-14
^ form [fo;m] — зд. анкета ^ Boris’ = Boris’s
BRUSH UP YOUR GRAMMAR
The Indefinite Tenses
to have (have got) +
Present
I you we you they have = have got
he she it has = has got
Past
I
you
he
she
it
we
you
they
had
Future
I we will (shall) have
you he she it you they will have
I have (or have got) three cousins.
My daughter has got (or has) two dogs. The room’s got (or has) two windows. We had many animals on the farm. They will have a car next month.
Present
I you we you they haven’t = haven’t got = have no — don’t have
he she it hasn’t = hasn’t got = has no = doesn’t have
Past
I
you
he
she
it
we
you
they
had no didn’t have
Future
I we won’t (shan’t) have
you he she it you they won’t have
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I haven’t got a flat. I don’t have any brothers. I haven’t any pets. I have no milk in the fridge.
He hasn’t got a car. He doesn’t have a car. He has no car.
You won’t have much work to do tomorrow.
They didn’t have any classes yesterday. They had no children.
Present
Have I you we you they …?
Have got …?
Do have 9 ■ • • «
Has he got …?
Does she it have 9 • • • •
Past
Future
Did
I
you
he
she
it
we
you
they
Will
(Shall)
have
9
Will
I
we
you
he
she
it
you
they
have
9
have
9
Has Ann got a car? = Does Ann have a car? = Has Ann a car?
What have you got in your bag? = What do you have in your bag? = What have you in your bag?
How much money did they have?
Will you have time to finish it?
6 Say these sentences using the verb have (have got). Try and use as many versions’ as possible.
Example: There is a wide door in the room.
The room has (has got) a wide door.
1. There are many actors in this theatre.
2. There are not any wide streets in this town.
3. Are there any wooden cups in the museum?
4. The woman’s voice is very weak.
5. There is no tower in the old square.
6. There won’t be any new settlements in this place.
* version [‘v3:Jn] — вариант
LET US LEARIU
1) First name, then surname: Tom Brown {never Brown Tom)
2) You can say Mr John Smith or Mr Smith
{but never Mr John)
3) Mr^
Mrs Miss
Ms
+ surname
Mr Brown Mrs Brown Miss Brown Ms Brown
Using the model say who they are.
Example: Her name is Angela.
Her surname is West.
She is not married.^
She is Miss Angela West.
1. His surname is Webster.
His name is Adam.
He is 20, not married.
He is ….
2. The brothers’ surname is Brown.
Their names are Tom and Ben.
They are forty years old.
They are ….
3. Her surname is Poster.
Her name is Nell.
She is 35, nobody knows if she is married^.
She is …
’ If you don’t know what Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Ms stand for consult your vocabulary. ^ married [‘maerid] — замужем, женат ® if she is married — замужем ли она
4. Her name is Betty.
Her surname is Williams.
She is not married.
She is ….
8 Look at the pictures and put Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Ms before the following surnames:
1. … Brown, age 21, not married.
2. … White, age 65, married.
3. … Green, age 17, not married.
4. … Barlow, age 40 (no information if she is married or not).
5. … Bentley, age 31, married.
Mr Thomas ^rrmn
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Ш ^rmn (Road G)-(nfdon
т^-емш)
First name Surname Address: Flat
House № Street Clty/Town Country
9 Look at the letters. Say in English where Peter, Michael, Boris, Nelly and Victor live.
Example: Boris lives at number 16 Lesnaya Road, Petrovskoye, Russia.
9- 3. пЛ, S3 ‘ УЗ&тру^
159007, г. Кммо,
ЗЗмУиШ^ fA’-‘
34, ftA. 34
Щам^
1293254, ЛЗоопЛоу
Ц€шг1^гш1л
f. 8, пЛ. 7
КиО&Л’бЗш HcoUUO
U 124908
Ю2387, ‘V. 51/Щиу.
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21, 1^- 3
Sof^M>Sf вш‘:уггшруу
10 Could you say your address in English? Try and do it.
Look, **®’^h*»*
bewiewbeb
What’s your job? (most commonly
used})
What do you do? (most commonly Чем вы занимаетесь? =
used ) Кто вы по профессии? =
What’s your profession?^ Кем вы работаете? =
What’s your occupation? Какая у вас работа?
What are you? (least commonly
used^)
11 Look at the pictures and a) say what their jobs are; b) divide all the jobs into 3 columns: -er, -or, -man.
^ most commonly used — наиболее часто употребляемое ^ profession = occupation = job
^ least commonly used — наименее употребляемое
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dancer, doctor, policeman, sailor, postman, singer, tailor, milkman, actor, driver, fisherman
12 Read the sentences to guess the meaning of the following jobs.
A baker [‘beika] is a person who makes bread.
A butcher [‘butja] is a person who sells meat.
A grocer [‘grausa] is a person who sells sugar, flour, salt, etc.
A greengrocer [‘griin’grausa] is a person who sells fresh vegetables and fruit.
A nurse [nsrs] is a person who works in hospitals and helps doctors. A salesman [’seilzman] is a person who sells different things.
A secretary [‘sekratri] is a person who works in the office and helps her boss with letters and other papers.
A typist [‘taipist] is a person who types^ letters and other papers.
13 Listen to the new words ((©) 2). Read them aloud after the speaker to check their pronunciation.
a baker, a butcher, a grocer, a greengrocer, a nurse, a salesman, a secretary, a typist
14 Look at the pictures and say what their jobs are.
‘ to type [taip] — печатать (как правило, на пишущей машинке или компьютере)
12
LET US LISTEIU, READ AMD LEARM
15 Listen to the song “When I Was a Soldier” {(^3).
WHEN I WAS A SOLDIER
When I was a soldier, a soldier, a soldier.
When I was a soldier.
This is how I went.
When I was a policeman, a policeman, a policeman. When I was a policeman.
This is how I went.
When I was a dentist, a dentist, a dentist.
When I was a dentist.
This is how I went.
When I was a doctor, a doctor, a doctor.
When I was a doctor.
This is how I went.
When I was a barber,^ a barber, a barber.
When I was a barber.
This is how I went.
When I was a butcher, a butcher, a butcher.
When I was a butcher.
This is how I went.
When I was a baker, a baker, a baker.
When I was a baker.
This is how I went.
When I was a grocer, a grocer, a grocer.
When I was a grocer.
This is how I went.
[Ml 16 a) Listen to the dialogue between two girls ((^ 4) and choose the right answer to each question.
1. What is Natasha’s address?
a) Flat number 3, 9 Apple Street, b) Flat number 3, 19 Apple Street,
c) Flat number 3, 17 Main Road.
2. What is Natasha’s telephone number?
a) 332-55-48 b) 332-45-48 c) 332-54-48
a barber [‘ba:bo] — парикмахер (мужской)
b) Read the dialogue and decide which title is the best.
• Two Friends
• Telephone Talk
• Caroline’s Interview
— Hello, what’s your name?
— Caroline.
— Sorry?
— It’s Caroline.
— Can you spell it, please?
— Caroline. What’s your name?
— It’s Natasha. That’s N-a-t-a-s-h-a.
— Hello, Natasha. Do you live here?
— Yes, I do. I live at 9 Apple Street, in Flat 3. What’s your address, Caroline?
— I live at 17 Main Road. My flat is 3, too. Are you on the phone, Natasha?
— Yes.
— What’s your telephone number?
— That’s 332-54-48.
17 Act out the dialogue (ex.^ 16).
18 Think of your own dialogue (using ex. 16 as a model), give it a title and then act it out. Don’t forget to change over.
LET US READ AIUD TALK
1Ш 19 a) Read the text and fill in the gaps (1—4) with the phrases (A—E). There is one phrase you don’t need to use.
b) Draw Caroline’s family tree.
A FRIENDLY FAMILY
Caroline Porter has a large family. There are nine people in it. The oldest member of her family is her granny. You can hardly believe it but she is about 90. She lives (1)________________.
Caroline’s granny is very interested in life. She is fond of gardening and has got a lot of beautiful and unusual flowers in her small tidy^
■ ex. = exercise
^ tidy [‘taidi] — опрятный, аккуратный
garden. When Caroline’s granny was young she was a greengrocer and worked in (2)______________________________.
5. Caroline’s mother and father are architects. They are about 50 but look much younger. They are fond of ancient* Russian churches and they often travel to Russia. They visit big cities and small towns. They are real specialists and know a lot. They often tell their family about their journeys. Caroline’s mother is called Debbie. She is a tall woman, slim^ and fair-haired,® very clever and nice. Her husband’s name is Peter. Peter is shorter than his wife. He is thin and dark-haired. He is very brave. They have been married for 25 years and are real friends. (J)
Debbie has a brother, Victor, and a sister, Alice, who (3)
. Alice is not married and has no children.
Victor is a salesman. He is married and has two children — Bob and Polly. They are at primary school.
Caroline’s cousins are very bright. They are not short but they are not tall either. They are both seven, fair-haired, pretty and polite. Their parents are proud of them.
But sometimes the children are lazy.^
Caroline’s cousins like to play active games. They are never tired and (4) _____________________________. They
have got a very rich imagination. They like to read a lot and listen to their granny’s stories. Victor’s wife, Mary, is a typist. She works in a big firm.
All the members of the family are very friendly and hospitable. Their friends often come to see them and they all have wonderful parties.
A. have got two children
B. a small shop in the same street
C. is a nurse in a hospital
D. are seldom quiet
E. a small cottage in the country
1 2 3 4 Extra
* ancient [‘einjant] — древний ^ slim [slim] — тонкий, стройный ® fair-haired [,Геэ‘Ьеэй] — светловолосый lazy [‘leizi] — ленивый
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Случается так, что школьник на каком-то этапе вдруг не справляется с заданиями по английскому языку. Это может случиться и в пятом классе. Ребенок в отчаянии, мама с папой тоже расстроены: не хватает их знаний языка, чтобы помочь чаду. Не нужно зря волноваться. Есть сборник ГДЗ, который подскажет, каким должно быть решение домашнего задания по английскому языку, причем именно по программе 5-го класса. Вы во всем разберетесь, ребенок поймет, на чем он спотыкался, и вновь будет успевающим учеником.

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ENC
I. N. Vereshchagina О. V. Afanasyeva
____^V V V
pRosvESHCHENiYE iv) fj:? i;i;)
PUBLISHERS
t:i’ W W V V W
ФГОС
и. Н. Верещагина О. В. Афанасьева
АНГЛИИСКИИ
ЯЗЫК
V класс
Учебник
для общеобразовательных организаций и школ с углублённым изучением английского языка с приложением на электронном носителе
В двух частях Часть 2
Рекомендовано Министерством образования и науки Российской Федерации
2-е издание
Москва «Просвещение» 2013
УДК 373.167.1:811.111 ББК 81.2АНГЛ-922 В31
На учебник получены положительные заключения Российской академии наук (№ 10106-5212/202 от 12.10.11) и Российской академии образования (№01-5/7д-288 от 17.10.11)
Условные обозначения
©) — задание с использованием аудиозаписи
[РИВ1 — задание для подготовки к экзамену (prepare for the final assessment)
^|j —разговорные клише (conversational formulas)
Vs — глагол в 3-м лице ед. числа настоящего времени
Ved — глагол (правильный) в форме Past Simple
V3 — третья форма глагола (причастие прошедшего времени)
Верещагина И. Н.
В31 Английский язык. V класс. Учеб, для общеобразоват. организаций и шк. с углубл. изучением англ. яз. с прил. на электрон, носителе. В 2 ч. Ч. 2 / И. Н. Верещагина, О. В. Афанасьева. — 2-е изд. — М. : Просвещение, 2013. — 172 с. : ил. — ISBN 978-5-09-031044-4.
Учебник является основным компонентом учебно-методического комплекта «Английский Я.ЗЫК» и предназначен для учащихся V класса общеобразовательных организаций и шко.ч с углублённым изучением английского языка.
В учебник включены уроки для повторения материала, пройденного во 2—4 классах, и основной курс. Задания учебника направлены на тренировку учащихся во всех видах речевой деятельности (аудировании, говорении, чтении и письме) и обеспечивают достижение личностных, метапредметных и предметных результатов.
Содержание учебника соответствует требованиям Федерального государственного образовательного стандарта основного общего образования.
УДК 37.3.167.1:811.111 ББК 81.2ЛНГЛ-922
ISBN 978-.5-09-031044-4 (2) ISBN 978-5-09-031046-8 (общ.)
Издательство «Просвещение», 2012 Художественное оформление. Издательство «Просвещение», 2012 Все права защищены
The
Geography of the UK and Its Political Outlook
LESSOM 12
LET US REVIEW
4
A
Ч
1 Say:
a) what you used [ju;st] to do last summer;
b) what things you used [ju:zd] yesterday:
— to cook dinner;
— to write a letter;
— to prepare a talk on the History of the USA;
— to make a picture.
Example: 1) I used to swim a lot last summer.
2) I used meat to cook dinner.
Work in pairs and talk about what you were doing at different time yesterday. Don’t forget to change over.
Example: P^: What were you doing at 1 o’clock yesterday?
Pg: I was having lunch.
[] 3 Complete the text (using the present or the past passive) and read it to your classmates.
England (separate) from Scotland by mountains. It (wash) by the North Sea. The main cities of England (situate) in the centre of the country. London, its capital, (found) many centuries ago. It
used to be a port too. A lot of goods* (bring) to London from many countries now. Many different things (sell) in the shops and streets of London. London (visit) by many tourists every year.
4 Pretend you are a teacher, read the questions for your classmates to answer. The words below can help them.
Example: — Why have you bought these daffodils?
— They smelled so nice!
to sound loud, to smell nice, to smell pleasant, to taste sweet, to taste good, to feel bad, to feel well
1. Why did you turn off the radio?
2. Why have you eaten the whole cake?
3. Why didn’t you go to school yesterday?
4. Why have you put these lilies here?
5. Why do you like honey?
6. Why don’t you take aspirin [‘aesprm]?
We are sure you know how to say that you like or dislike something. Look at the list below.
I like it. I like it very much. I like it a lot. I really like it very much. I love it.
Don’t forget it in such sentences:
I like it when it rains.
I like it when it’s warm outdoors. F
I like it when my mother reads to me.
^ goods [godz] — товары
This is how you can ask for a person’s opinion.
Do you like it?
Do you really like it?
How do you like it?
Is this OK? C-
Is this all right? F
This is the way to say that you don’t like this or that.
I don’t like it.
I don’t like it at all.
I don’t like it a bit. c_
I can’t stand it.^ F
Listen to the dialogues then act them out.
^41). Read and learn them by heart and
1)
2) —
3)
Do you like it when it rains?
Yes, I do. I like rainy weather.
Do you really like it?
Of course I do. It’s my favourite weather. How much do you like it?
I like it very much. It’s really very good. Do you like the colour?
Oh, yes, I do. I love it.
Do you like it?
I am afraid I don’t like it.
Not a bit?
Not a bit.
Not at all?
Not at all. I hate it. I can’t stand it.
^ I can’t stand it. — He выношу этого.
LET US LEARM
Who is^ at home now?
Who has the dog?
Who went there last night?
Who can speak Chinese?
В и t:
Which of you is Ann?
Which of you knows French?
Which of you has a pet?
Which of you went to the museum after classes?
Which of you has bought the magazine?
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My parents are.
Nick has. (I have.) We all did.
Nobody here can.
She is. (I am.)
We all do. (He does.) Boris and Peter have. They did.
I have.
Answer the questions.
1. Who discovered America?
2. Who has turned off the washing machine?
3. Which of you is Susan?
4. Which of them works at the factory?
5. Which of the flowers smells nice?
8 Express the following in English.
1) Кто защищает животных на нашей планете? — Люди. 2) Кто из вас поедет в Лондон? — Мы. 3) Кто из них продолжит эту работу? — Пётр и Анна. 4) Кто покупает газеты в вашей семье? — Мой папа. 5) Кто из вас выращивал примулы в саду прошлым летом? — Мои сёстры. 6) Что встаёт на востоке? — Солнце.
В вопросе к подлежащему глагол всегда стоит в 3-м лице ед. числа.
— read awd
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Reported Speech
Nick says: “I like my granny very much.”
Nick says (that) he likes his granny very much.
Nelly says: “I wrote a letter to my parents the other day.” Nelly says (that) she wrote a letter to her parents the other day.
The Browns say: “We’ve moved into a new flat. Our flat is large.”
The Browns say (that) they have moved into, a new flat. Their flat is large.
The brothers say: “We won’t clean our flat now. We’ll do it later.”
The brothers say (that) they won’t clean their flat now, they will do it later.
V*
Nick says: “Betty, give me some bread, please!”
Nick asks Betty to give him some bread.
Nick tells Betty to give him some bread.
The teacher says: “Learn this poem by heart!”
The teacher asks the pupils to learn this poem by heart.
The teacher tells the pupils to learn this poem by heart.
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Mother says: “Don’t open the window! It is cold in here.” Mother asks me not to open the window because it is cold in here.
My aunt says to me: “Don’t go there!”
My aunt asks me not to go there.
My aunt tells me not to go there.
9 Put the following sentences into reported speech. Make all the necessary changes.
Example: Helen says: “Don’t come back late, Susan!”
Helen tells Susan not to come back late.
1. The people say: “Many animals are in danger.”
2. Nick’s granny says: “Don’t do any harm to the chrysanthemums, Nick!”
3. The teacher says: “Don’t speak so loudly, Betty!”
4. My grandpa says: “I like spring when all the fruit trees are in blossom.”
5. Bob’s cousin shouts to him: “Come here! Be quick.”
6. My teacher says: “Speak English in class, boys.”
10 These are the new words for you to learn.
a) Guess what these words mean:
industry [‘indostri], industrial [in’dAStriol], official [o’fijol], careful [’keoful] (care + ful), carefully
b) Look up the following words in your vocabulary:
kingdom consist (of) as well state sign saint
to be surprised
especially ^
lonely
c) Read the sentences to know how to use the words.
kingdom [‘kipdom] (n): a kingdom — kingdoms. ‘A kingdom’ is a country ruled by a king or a queen, state [steit] (n): a state — states. ‘A state’ is a country with its people who live together under one government. What is the official name of this state?
sign [sain] (n): a sign — signs. A dark cloud is a sign of rain. The sign on the door of the shop said: “Closed on Sunday.” industry [‘indostri] (n): an industry — industries. What are the important industries of this country?
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industrial [in’dAStrial] (adj): The United States is an industrial country. Are there any industrial cities in the south of England?
saint [seint] (n): a saint — saints. 1. Do you know any saints of the Russian Church? 2. The little boy thought his granny was a saint, she always helped him.
consist (of) [kon’sist] (v): A year consists of twelve months, surprise [sa’praiz] (v): to surprise — surprised. Dad surprised us. He bought a little puppy.
to be surprised (at) (v): Nick is not surprised at the information.
We are all surprised at the latest news, lonely [‘launli] (adj): lonely — lonelier — the loneliest. She is a very lonely person. Bob felt lonely at the new school. A person feels lonely when he is unhappy because he is alone, careful [‘keoful] (adj): careful — more careful — the most careful. A person is careful when he thinks about what he is doing or saying. Be more careful with your work. Is she always careful? careless [‘kealis] (adj): He is a very careless driver. Jean was careless when she was running downstairs and she fell. Don’t be careless!
carefully [‘keofoli] (adv), carelessly [‘keolisli] (adv): You must write more carefully, you make so many mistakes. Don’t do your work carelessly!
especially [I’spejli] (adv): I like the country especially in spring. This is an especially busy day.
11 Say: a) what days a week consists of; b) what months winter and summer consist of; c) how many rooms your flat (house) consists of.
12 Answer the questions.
1. What industrial cities do you know in Russia?
2. When do people feel lonely?
3. What is the usual sign of rain?
4. Why don’t children go to school in summer?
5. When and where must people be careful?
13 Give it a name:
a) a country ruled by a king;
b) a country with its people who live together under one government.
LET US LISTEN, READ
14 Listen to the song “What Are Little Boys Made of?” ((©)42).
WHAT ARE LITTLE BOYS MADE OF?
What are little boys made of?
What are little boys made of?
Frogs and snails^ and puppy-dogs’ tails.
And that’s what little boys are made of!
What are little girls made of?
What are little girls made of?
Sugar and spice^ and all things nice.
And that’s what little girls are made of!
LET US READ AND TALK
15 Learn to read these proper names:
the United Kingdom (the UK) Northern Ireland [,na:6an ‘aialand]
|ju;,naitid ‘kipdam] Wales [weilz]
the British Isles [,britij ’ailz] Scotland [‘skntland]
the Irish Sea [,airij ‘si:] Edinburgh [‘edinbara]
the English Channel [,ir)glij ‘tjaenl] Cardiff [‘ka:dif]
the Straits of Dover [.streits av Belfast [,berfa:st]
‘dauva] the North Sea [,na:0 ‘si:]
the Atlantic Ocean [at,laentik ‘aujn] the Union Jack [‘jirnian фаек]
the English [‘logli^ English [‘ipgliJI
the Scots [skots] Scottish [‘skotif]
the Welsh'»^ [welj] Welsh^ [welj]
the Irish [‘airij] Irish [‘а1пЛ
the Irish Republic [,airij п’рлЬЬк]
^ snail [sneil] — улитка
^ spice [spais] — пряность
^ the Welsh — валлийцы (жители Уэльса)
* Welsh (the Welsh language) — валлийский язык (язык Уэльса)
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16 Read the text to get some new information about Britain. What are all possible names to call the country situated in the two large islands of the British Isles?
THE LAND AND THE PEOPLE OF GREAT BRITAIN
The United Kin

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