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LlA. Cn o s o c o 4 ET A HHSI



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at the seaside a cup of tea sitting at the table one of the men looking at fhe sea some of the men


 

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speaking to the waiter walking to the sands going to London


 

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.E 'POHET H 4 E CK A SI T PE HHP OB K A

(K ypOKaM 7 U 8)

[i:] speak [I] sit [re] at 1 [a:] example [n] of 2 [e] tense
mean lady language France shop present
eat coffee stand Denmark coffee hotel

sleep language Paris Holland friend read

 

[u [3:] [e1] [u] [ai] [au]
to her lady joke my our
use uu:s] person same both shine town

uu:z] bird stay smoke side noun do work place hotel fly brown

 

1 [ret] (cIDihHaH <lJopMa); [t] (cna6aH <lJopMa). 2 [:iv] (CIDihHaH cliopMa); [v] (cna6aH cliopMa). 3 [tu:] (CIDihHaH cliopMa); [tu] (cna6aH cliopMa).


 

 

Y nP A >K HE HHSI

I. qTo )J,eJiaIOT JIIO)J,11 ua cTp. 49?

1. the waiters. 2. the women. 3. the men. 4. one of the men. 5. the children.

What is the dog doing? What is the sun doings?

II. OTBeTLTe ua CJie,1J,yIOm:ue uonpocb1:

1. Where is the hotel?

2. How many people are there in the picture?

3. How many men are there? How many women?

4. Where is the dog?

5. What is one woman eating?

6. What are they drinking?

7. What things are on the table?


8. What is one man smoking?

9. Are the waiters drinking tea or coffee?

10. Are the women smoking cigarettes?

11. What is one man reading?

12. Is the dog looking at the boys and girls?

13. What is shining in the sky?

14. Is there bird in the picture?

15. Where are the children playing?

III. qTO HRXO,!l;HTCR:

(a) on the table? (b) in the hotel? (c) on the sands?

IV. BcTaBLTe nponyrn:euuL1e CJIOBa:

1. The sun is -.

2. The people -- at the hotel.

3. The waiters --. The men and women --.

4. One woman -- an ice.

5. One of the men -- a cigarette.

6. The women --- cigarettes.

7. - of the men and women are looking at the boys and girls.

8. The dog -- under the table.

9. The waiters - not - cigarettes.

10. There are -- and - on the table.

V. C,!J;eJiaHTe H3 yrBep,!l;nTeJibHhIX npe,!J;JIO)Keuuu 0Tpn11aTeJibHbie:

HanpUM ep: 1. The sun isn't shinning.

1. The sun is shining.

2. The men and women are standing.

3. The waiters are drinking cups of tea.

4. The dog is sleeping.

5. The children are playing on the sands.

6. I am staying at the hotel.

7. She is looking at the boys and girls.

8. The birds are flying over the sea.

9. There are a lot of clouds in the sky.

10. The man is reading a newspaper.

VI. IlocTaBLTe npe,!J;JIO)KCHHR H3 ynpeunR V B BonpocnTeJibuyIO lf>opMy:

HanpuMep: 1. Is the sun shining?

,Il;HKTRHT

There are a lot of people staying at the hotel at the seaside. Some of the people are sitting, eating ices, reading newspapers or drinking cups of tea and coffee, and looking at the boys and girls on the sands. It is a fine day and the sun is shining. There is a dog in the picture; it is sleeping under the table.


LESSON 9

THE VERBS "HAVE" AND"CAN"

People in the Lesson: Teacher, Mr. A., Mr. B., Mr. C., Miss. D., Miss E., Miss F.

T e a c h e r: I have a book; here it is. Has your friend a book, Miss D.?

M i s s D.: Yes, she has one.

T e a c h e r: Has the student on your left a book, Mr. B.? M r. B.: Yes, he has.

T e a c h e r: Has the student on your right a book, Mr. C? M r. C.: No, he hasn't 1.

T e a c h e r: Have Ibook, Miss E.?

M i s s E.: Oh, yes, you have one. Ican see it in your hand. T e a c h e r: Have you a book, Miss F.?

M i s s P.: No, I haven't. I'm sorry.

T e a c h e r: All right. You can look at the book of the student next to you. Mr. A and Mr. B., have you both reading books?

M r. A and M r. B.: Yes, we have reading books. You can see them on our desks; but we haven't exercise books.

T e a c h e r: All right. Ican give you a piece of paper to write on. Have you an exersise book, Miss F.?

M i s s F.: Yes. Ihaven't a reading book, but Ihave an exercise book.

T e a c h e r: Can you read English, Mr. C.?

M r. C.: Yes, Ican read English a little, but not very much. T e a c h e r: Can you read English, Miss D.?

M i s s D.: Yes, Ican read English a little too, but Icannot speak it very well. Ipronounce it badly.

M i s s E.: Icannot speak English very well. Itoo have a bad pronunciation.

T e a c h e r: Have you difficulty with the pronunciation, Mr. A?

M r. A: No, I have not much difficulty with the pronunci- ation; I can pronounce English quite well, but I cannot spell it.

M r. B.: What is the meaning of "spell", please? T e a c h e r: Mr. C., can you spell "book"?

M r. C.: Oh, yes, B-0-0-K.

T e a c h e r: That's2 right. Now, Miss D., can you spell "es­ sential"?

 

1 hasn't, haven't - KpaTJrne <l:>opMhl OT has not, have not.

2 That's - KpaTKasr <l:>opMa OT that is.


M i s s D.: No, I cannot. I'm sorry. My spelling is very bad. T e a c h e r: Can you spell "essential", Miss E.?

M i s s E.: Yes, I think so. E-S-E-N-T-1-A-L.

T e a c h e r: No, that is not quite right. What is wrong with her spelling of "essential", Miss F.?

M i s s F.: There are two s's in "essential". You cannot spell it with only one s.

T e a c h e r: That's right, Miss F. Mr. B., can you now un­ derstand the meaning of "spell"?

M r. B.: Oh, yes. I understand it very well now.

R P A M M A T IA K A

f JiaroJI to have (UMemb) (HacTmrrn;ee BpeWI)

Ym«epoume.ribHllR Bonpocume.ribHllR

I have. Have I?

He, she, it has. Has he, she, it?

We, you, they have. Have we, you, they?

Ompuu,ame.ribHllR

I have not (haven't).

He, she, it has not (hasn't).

We, you, they have not (haven't).

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f JiaroJI can (Mo'tb)

k k
Ym«epoume.ribHllR Bonpocume.ribHllR Ompuu,ame.tlbHllR

she, it j can. Can r ?she, it? she, it j cannot 1

We we? We

They they? They


 

A H T O H IA M bl

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bad badly much


HE CAN EAT HE CAN'T EAT

 

1 B pa3roBope MhI o6hl'IHO coKpall(aeM cannot 1:i:o can't [ka:nt].


I Cno s o c o 4ET A HIA SI


A little, but not very much. On your left, on your right. I'm sorry.

All right.

What is wrong with..?

I think so. Quite well. Very well.

That's right... That's not quite right.


 

Y nP A >K HE HIA SI

I. IlocTaBbTe npew:iolKeum1 B BonpocuTeJibffYID u oTpun,aTeJILHym cl>OpMbl:

1. I have a book.

2. You have an exercise book.

3. Mr. A. has a book.

4. The student on my left has a book.

5. Miss F. has a reading book.

6. Miss E. has s bad pronunciation.

7. I have a bad pronunciation.

8. You have a lot of difficulty with spelling.

9. We have a bad pronunciation.

10. They have difficulty with spelling.

II. IlocTaBbTe npe.!l;JIOlKeHHH B BonpocuTeJibffYIO u OTpun,aTeJibffYIO cl>opMbl:

1. You can read English very well.

2. I can answer that question.

3. He can speak English quite well.

4. She can spell "book".

5. You can spell that word with one s.

6. She can understand the meaning now.

7. They can understand the meaning now.

8. We can pronounce English well.

9. I can look at the book of the student on my right.

III.Ilpu,n,yMaifre npew:iolKeHIUI, ucnoJlb3yH CJ1e.!l;yl01IJ,He CJIOBoco11eTauHH:

1. On our left.

2. All right.

3. A little.

4. Not very much.

5. On our right.

6. I'm sorry.


7. What is wrong with?

8. I think so.

9. Next to you.

10. Have a lot of difficulty with.

IV. HanumuTe Iqlanme ct>opMbI:

1. it is

2. it is not 1

3. that is

4. that is not 1

5. they are not 1

6. I am

7. he is

8. he is not

9. we have not

10. I cannot

11. I have not

12. they cannot

13. she is not 1

14. we are not 1

15. he is not 1

16. you are not 1

 

 

1 .D:aitTe ,ll;Ba BapHaHTa KpaTKJi!X ¢iopM.


LESSON 10

READING LESSON: "THE SEASIDE"

Here we have another picture of the hotel at the seaside. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and their children, Charles, Henry, Mary and Jane, are staying at the hotel.

The hotel has the words Devon Hotel below the two open windows. Just below the words under the windows there is a black and white striped canvas.

It is very warm day; the sun is shining brightly. The win­ dows are all open, and people are sitting outside under the canvas and under the big umbrella to get shade from the sun.

Mrs. Smith is wearing a red and white striped dress. All the women are wearing thin dresses because it is a hot day.

One of the boys has a big ball under one arm and a towel under the other. That is Henry Smith. He is running quickly down the steps; he is about halfway down. He is wearing a red bathing suit. The boys can play football on the sand.

Some children are playing on the yellow sand or bathing in the blue water. Charles Smith is swimming to a big, black rock. You can see his arm just coming out of the water. He can swim very well; he is a good swimmer.

There are some other boys and girls in the water but they cannot swim very well; they are swimming badly; they are not good swimmers; they are just learning. They want to learn. A young man is teaching these children to swim. His name is John Priestley. He is a very good swimmer.

Two of the girls have tennis rackets in their hands and are wearing short white dresses. One of the girls is Mary Smith. She plays tennis well; she is a very good player. The other girl is Jane Smith; she can't play very well. Mary is teaching Jane to play tennis. They play tennis on the grass behind the hotel.

A big girl is walking slowly to the sea. She is carrying a book in her hand. She wants to sit down and read her book. She is looking for a place in the shade.

There are three or four little boys and girls on the right of the picture. They are digging in the sand. They have buckets and spades and are looking for shells. They have some shells in their buckets.

A girl is riding a donkey. She is Margaret Priestley. She is the sister of John Priestley. John Priestley is her brother. She rides very well. Her brother is a good rider too. A little boy is


 

 

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riding a bicycle, He can't ride very well. He isjust learning; his father is holding bicycle. He is teaching his son to ride a bicycle.

The waiters are standing quietly under the canvas near the big window. They are wearing white suits. One of the waiters has a tray in his hand.

Mrs. Smith is looking at the children. She has a book in her hand, but she isn't reading. Mr. Smith has a newspaper, but he


isn't reading, he isn't looking at the swimmers, he isn't looking at the riders, he isn't looking at the children. What is he doing? He is sleeping.

 

R P A M M A H1 K A

AJECTIVES AND ADVERBS



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