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Pa3o6auue BonpocumeAbuou t/JopMbt

HHor,n:a MbI BbipaJKaeM 3HaqeHMe 6y,n:yrn:HoCTM, MCIIOJib3YH HaCTOJirn;ee rrpo,n:oJDKeHHOe BpeMH, qacTO co CJIOBaMM MJIM cnonocoqeTaHMHMM npo,n:e tomorrow, next week, qTo yxe rro,n:­ PaJYMeBaeT M,n:eIO 6y,n:yrn:HoCTM, HarrpMMep:

Iam going to London tomorrow. Henry is playing football on Tuesdav. Mary is coming here next week.

We are going to Paris next year.


PA PA & O T A c o cn o B A Mlll

MHorMe aHrnMMCKMe cnona HBJI5IIOTCH o,n:HonpeMeHHo M cy­ rn:ecTBMTeJibHbIMM (nouns) M rnaronaMM (verbs). BoT HeKoTo-


1 Mbr He qacTo roBoprrM "Will I?", "Will we?", o6brqHo MbIroBoprrM:

"Shall I?", "Shall we?"

p1>1e M3 CJIOB, BCTpeTMBIIIMXCH B ypoKax 1-18 c rrpMMepaMM

MX yrroTpe6neHMH:

answer (verb) I can answer,that question.

(noun) Give the answer to the question. number (verb) Please number the pictures in the book.

(noun) Put a number under the piclures. hammer (verb) Hammer the nails in well.

(noun) Use the big hammer for those nails. mail (verb) Nail the picture on the wall.

(noun) Use small nails to do it. name (verb) Can you name all the things

in the picture?


stay (verb) (noun)

drink (verb) (noun)

smoke (verb) (noun)

sleep (verb) (noun)

shade (verb) (noun)

dress (verb) (noun)

swim (verb) (noun)

cook (verb) (noun)

bathe (verb) (noun)

bath (verb) (noun)

walk (verb) (noun)

climb (verb) (noun)

step (verb) (noun)

work (verb) (noun)

What is your name?

The people are staying at the Devon Hotel. We are not making a long stay there.

We drink tea from tea-cups.

I am going to have a drink with George. Some of the men are smoking cigarettes. Look at the smoke from the engine.

The dog is sleeping under the table.

The dog is having a sleep under the table. The canvas shades the people from the sun. The canvas gives shade from the sun.

The lady dresses very well. She is wearing a white dress.

One of the boys is swimming to the rock Come and have a swim in the sea.

Lizzie cooks the meals. She is a good cook.

We bathe at the sea-side.

He goes for a bathe in the sea.

The mother baths the baby every day. You can see the baby's bath in the picture.

One of the girls is walking to the sea. Come for a walk in the fields.

The man is climbing the mountain.

It is a difficult climb to the top of the mountain.

You can step out of the car now. The boy is walking down the steps. The man works in the field.

This work is bad.

use (verb) You can use all these words now.

(noun) Can you understand the use of these words now?

() OnH OK O P E HHblE cn o B A

pleased -pleasant.

I am pleased to be here. This is very pleasant work.

man - manly.

He is not a man yet, but he speaks in a manly way.

proud -pride.

Mr. Priestley is proud of his son. He looks at himwish pride. gay -gaiety.

Margaret is gay and happy. Mr. Priestley loves her gaiety. gold -golden.

My watch is made of gold; it is a gold 1 watch.Her hair is

golden, like golden 1 com,

dinner - dine - dining-room.

We dine at seven o'clock. We have dinner then in the dining­ room.

every -everyone (everybody) -everythini3 -everywhere -


Good morning, everybody (everyone). Everything in the house is clean and good.

He never goes by train; he goes everywhere by aeroplane. These phrases are used in everyday conversation.

nobody (no om?) - nothing - nowhere - none.

There is nobody (no one) here.

He does nothing all day long exsept eat and sleep. They want a house; they have nowhere to live.

None of the students will be in the class tomorrow. somebody (someone4) - something - somewhere Somebody is coming to see the house today.

She will tell us something about her work.

They can come to our house; that will be somewhere for them to live.

anybody (anyone4) - anything - anywhere.

Is anybody coming to see the house today?

1 I pHJiaraTeJTuHoe gold - c,ll;eJiaHHhlli H3 30JIOTa; golden - rroxm1rnil: Ha 30JIOTO.

2 06a CJIOBa HMel(JT 0,ll;HO H TO 2Ke 3HaqeHHe H yrrOTpe6JieHHe.

3 Every, everyone, everybody, everything Bcer,ll;a yrroTpe6mnoTCH B e,ll;HH­ CTBeHHOM qHcJie.

4 06a CJIOBa HMel(JT 0,ll;HO H TO .lKe 3HaqeHHe H yrroTpe6JieHHe.

She will not tell us anything about the work. These people haven't anywhere to live.

IlpuMe11auue: Mhr o6bPIHO yrrOTpe6JUieM some (something, somewhere, etc.) B yrnep;::i:iueJihHhIX rrpe,ll;JlmKemrnx. CJioBa any ( anything, anywhere, etc.) yrroTpe6JUIIOTCH B norrpoc11TeJihHhrx 11 OTPHU:aTeJibHhIX rrpe,ll;JIO)KeHH5IX.

Affirmative Interrogative She wants some new Does she want any dresses. new dresses?

There are some books Are there any books on the table. on the table?


She doesn't want any new dresses.

There aren't any books on the table.

He sees somebody in the room.

There is something interesting in the newspaper today. He is going somewhere today.

Does he see anybody in the room?

Is there anything interesting in the newspaper today?

Is he going anywhere today?

He doesn't see anybody in the room. There isn't anything interesting in the newspaper today.

He isn't going anywhere today.



BnuMauue: ;::i:na 3HaqeHH5I cJioBa kind:

1. (Adjective) She is kind and gentle.

2. (Noun) Margaret is not fond of study of any kind. What kind of dress is she wearing?




Good morning.


Good afternoon. Good evening.


Y n P A >K H E H IHI

I. IlocTaBbTe rnaroJibI B CK06KaX B 6yeM epeMenu:

1. I(to write) my lessons in my new book.

2. They (to tell) us about their work.

3. John (to see) his friend at the cinema.

4. Lizzie (to cook) the breakfast for us.

5. Mr. Priestley (to be) in the dining-room at eight o'clock.

II. 06pa3yii:Te a) BODPOCHTCJibHYIO, 6) OTpHIJ,aTeJibHYIO ll>opMy:

1. He will tell us about his work.

2. They will climb the mountain today.

3. The sheep will be in the field with the pigs.

4. You will see me again tomorrow.

5. Lizzie will give the cat its dinner today.

6. I shall see you on Friday.

III. IlpimyMaiiTe npe;:vio1Keum1, ucnoJib3YH )J,auuwe CJIOBa

a) KaK cy111eCTBHTeJibHbie, 6) KaK rnarOJibl:

1. smoke. 3. answer. 4. drink. 5. bathe.

6. sleep. 7. dress. 8. name. 9. swim. 10. walk.

11. hammer. 12.use.

IV. HcnoJib3yiiTe CJie)J.yl0111ne CJiooa B co6cTBeuub1x npe;:vio1KenHHx:

1. everyone. 2. everyihing. 3. everywhere. 4. fist-class.

5. of course. 6. fond of. 7. on the other hand. 8. kind (adjec­ tive). 9. kind (noun) 10. gaiety. 11. pleasant. 12. gold. 13. gold­ en. 14. proud. 15. pride. 16. dinner.17. dining-room.

V. 06pa3yihe oonpocHTeJibffYIO cl>opMY:

1. He wants some eggs.

2. There are some stars in the sky.

3. She has some flowers for the table.

4. There was something interesting in the paper yesterday.

5. He is doing something today.

6. Somebody is coming to see the house today.

7. She will tell us something about her work.

8. These people have somewhere to live.

9. There is somebody in the room.

10. The shopkeeper has some eggs.


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