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Theremany big and small libraries everywhere in our country. They have millions of books in different languages. You can find there the oldest and the newest books. Every school has a library. Pupils come to the library to take books on different subjects. The school library where Oleg studiesgood. Ita large clean room. Therefour big windows in it. The walls light blue. There a lot of shelves full of books. You can find books on literature, physics, history, chemistry, geography, biology and other subjects. There books in English, too. On the walls you can see pictures of some great writers and poets. On the table near the window you can always see beautiful spring and autumn flowers. Oleg likes to go to the library. He can always find there something new, something he needs.



2. At school again.

Summer over and itautumn again, beautiful as ever. Even if youno artist at all you can see its beauty. Ita season when the treessimply fantastic — yellow, red, green and brown, not just one brown, but browns of all possible shades: light brown, dark brown, yellowish brown and all of a richness that only an artist can see and describe. Victorback in Vorontsovo. Hejust come but his thoughts still in Kiev where the autumn so beautiful. Thisnot his first visit there. Healreadyto Kiev and helearnt its streets, roads, parks, theatres, cinemas and old and new beautiful buildings. He easily recognizes the streets, buildings, buses, parks and the noise. Noise everywhere. Now hewith his classmates and the usual talk begins. "Hallo, Victor!" "Hallo, Pete." "Ivery glad to see you again. Howeverything?" "Thank you, fine." "Now tell me, whereyou  all the time? In't seen you for ages and you n't written a word. you go anywhere?" "Certainly, I. Ijust come back from Kiev." "Howyou like it? it a good place to go to?" "Splendid! You must go there some day, too." "I certainly . And Iwrite letters to you as I know you like to get letters".




3At school.

This our classroom. It light, clean and large. The room nice. Its ceiling and walls white, its floor brown. There one door and three windows in it. When it warm, they  open. When it cold, they shut. The door always shut when we have our lessons. There a blackboard on the wall. We write on it. On the blackboard there some words. They English words. We read them: "We want to know English." We sit on chairs in front of desks. The desks nice and green. The teacher's desknear the blackboard. There not many pupils in our class. There only seventeen in it. Today fifteen pupils present, two absent. We learn many subjects at school. They : Russian, English, history, literature, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, geography and physical training (or PT).



4. Big Ben

The big clock on the tower of the Palace of Westminster in London often called Big Ben. But Big Ben really the bell of the clock. It the biggest clock bell in Britain. It weighs 13.5 tons. The clock tower 318 feet high. You have to go up 374 steps to reach the top. So the clock looks small from the pavement below the tower. But its face 23 feet wide. It would only just fit into some classrooms. The minute-hand 14 feet longIts weight equal to that of two bags of coal. The hour-hand 9 feet long.

The clock bell called Big Ben after Sir Benjamin Hall. He had the job to see that the bell wasput up. Sir Benjamin a

big man. One day he said in Parliament,” Shall we call the bell St.

Stephen’s?” St. Stephen’s the name of the tower. But someone said for a joke, “Why not call it Big Ben?” Now the bell known all over the world by the name.



-My name's Amy. Thismy watch.That my dog.

-My name Alan. Thismy watch. That's my dog. That's  our cat. That' our car. That's  our clock.

-What your name? - My name Amy. --What your name? - My name Alan.

-What's  this? - It's my watch.

-What's that? - It's my dog.

-What's () that? - It'sour cat.

-What'sthat? - It's  our clock.

-What's that?It's  my car.

-No, Alan, It's our car.

 -this your watch, Alan? - Yes, it.

-this your dog, Amy? -Yes, it.

-this your watch, Amy? -Yes, it.

-that your dog, Amy? -No, it n'tIt's  Alan's dog.

-this Amy's watch, Alan? -Yes, it. 

-that her dog? --No, it n't. It's my dog.

-this your cat, Alan and Amy? -Yes, it.

 -that your car? - Oh, no. Of course, it's not.

-It's  my dog.  

-What's  that? 

-It's  our cat.

-What's  that?

- It's  our clock.

-What's  that?

- It's my car.

- No Alan, it's  our car.

This, That, ThisThat That's,,itIt's .What, What What's this, What's that.

That's  Amy's watch.That'sher dog. That's Alan's watch.That's his dog. That's Alan's and Amy's cat. Thistheir clock. And that'stheir car.

this your watch, Alan? 

-Wheremy watch, Amy?

- It's  here.

-Wheremy bag, Alan?

- It's here. 

-Wheremy book, Amy?

-It's here.It's in my bag.

-Where's  my pen, Alan?

-It's here.  It's on my desk.

-Where's  my pencil, Amy? 

-Perhaps,it's on your desk.

No, itn't.

-Perhaps, it's under your desk.

No, itn't.

-Look Alan, your penthere, under your chair.

-Oh yes, thank you Amy.

-Perhaps, your penover there, under your chair.

-Wheremy Spanish book, Alan?

-Perhaps, it's  in your room.

-No, itn't.

-Perhaps, it's  in Julia's room.

-No, itn't.

-Look Amy, your bookthere under you hat.

-Oh yes, thank you Alan.


Alan's bookin Amy's bag. Amy's bagon Alan's desk. Alan's pencilunder his chair. Amy's Spanish bookunder her hat.

-Where's Alan's book?

It's in Amy's bag.

-WhereAmy's pen?

-It'son Alan's desk.

-Where's ) Alan's pencil?

- It's  under his chair.

-Where's Amy's Spanish book?

-It's under her hat.

-Where's my book, Amy?

- There, on your desk.

- And wheremy coloured pencils?

- Theyon your desk, too.

- No, theyn't.

 -Well, perhaps theyin your bag.

-Oh, yes. Thank you, Amy.


-Wheremy keys, Amy?

-Theyprobably on your desk.

- No, theyn't.

-Well, perhaps theyin your pocket.

- No, theyn't.

- Look, Alan, theybehind your clock.

- Oh yes, thank you Amy.


- Wheremy matches, Amy?

-They probably in your pocket.

-No, theyn't.

- Well, theyperhaps upstairs in your room.

-No, theyn't.

- Oh, Alan, look, theyin my bag. I'msorry.


Debby's bookon her desk. Her coloured pencilsin her bag. Alan's matchesin Amy's bag. His keysbehind his clock.


Alan Jones 28 years old. His eyesblue. His hairdark .

Amy, his wife26 (twenty six). Her eyes brown. Her hairvery dark.

Jeena, Amy's sister, 17 (seventeen). Her eyesgrey . Her hairfair .

Debby, Amy's friend,22 (twenty two). Her eyesblue. Her hairfair.


 - Whereyou, Amy?

- Oh, hallo Debby. I'm here in my room. Come in.

 - Hallo, Amy. Howyou? 

 - Very nice, thank you, Debby.

 Alan in?

 - No, he n't. He's at work. We  alone , Jeena and I. 

- you busy?

-No, wenot.

-And whereJeena?

- Oh, she's upstairs. She's in her roomJeena, come downstairs. Debby's here.


Произнесите вслух.

Thank you, perhaps, fair, hair, fair hair, where.


Alan: Amy, where's my pencil?

AmyOn your desk, probably.

AlanNo, itnot on my desk. And itnot in my pocket either.

AmyHeremy pencil. Take it, Alan.

AlanIt's broken .

AmyOh, dear . But look, what's that?

AlanWhat? Where?

AmyUnder your desk.

AlanIta pencil,but itnot my pencil.

AmyNever mind (Ничего страшного). It's a pencil, and it's good. Use it, Alan.


Jeena: Amy, my penbroken.

AmyDon't bother.

JeenaBut my pencil's broken, too.

Amy: Buy me a pen and a pencil.


JeenaI'm back. And here 's a pen for you, Amy, and a pencil for me.

AmyIt's very nice.Thank you, dear .


AmyHere's a letter for you, Jeena

Jeena: Thank you, Amy. Oh, that's from Italy. It's from Lukas.

Amy: WhoLucas?

JeenaHe's my good friend.

Amy: Can he understand and write English?

Jeena: Oh yes. He can speak English very well. And I can't speak Italian. It's a shame .

AmyLearn some Italian then, Julia.

JeenaYes, I must do that.

Amy: Debby can help you. She can read Italian a little.

JeenaBut I must take lessons too.

Alan: What lessons must you take, Jeena?

JeenaItalian lessons.

Amy: Her Italian friend can write and speak good English . And she can't understand  Italian.

Alan:Well, you can speak to him in English, Jeena.

Jeena: Of course. But I must learn Italian. It's very important .



 Here's a letter from Lukas. He's Jeena's friend. Jeena can not understand Lukas at all (совсем). But he can understand and speak good English. Jeena can speak to him in English. But she must learn some (немного) Italian. It very important for her. Debby can read Italian a little. She can help Jeena.


Debby: Hallo, Allan.

Alan: Oh, hallo, Debby. Come in. How you?

Debby: I'm well , thank you. Amy in?

Alan: Yes, she. She's upstairs with Jeena. Amy, come down. Debbyhere.

Amy: One minute, Alan. Iamhelping Jeena.

Alan: Amyishelping Jeena with  her lessons. Theyarewriting Jeena's French exercise.

Debby: Oh, can Amy do French exercises?

Alan: Why not? She's learning French.

Debby: Amy?

Alan: Yes, theyarelearning French together, she and Jeena.

DebbyAmy good at French? 

Alan: I really can't say. You must ask her. Oh, here she

Amy: Hallo Debby. 

 Debby: Wearetalking about your French, good at it?

Amy: Ionly a beginner. But what about your French, Debby? It's very goodn't it?  

Debby: Oh well, I can speak it a little. And I can read French books, of course. Iamreading a very good book now. I can bring it for you, Amy.

Alanit interesting?

Debby: It's about a night life in Paris.

Alan: Oh, then it mustvery interesting.

Lend me that book, Debby. I must read it. 

Amy: But Alan, you can't read French.

Alan: Well, I can learn, can't I? I must begin tomorrow.


                Listen and repeat.

Alan and Debbyaretalking about Amy's French. Amyishelping Jeena with her lessons. Theyare doing French exercises together. Amyonly a beginner. But Debbygood at French. Sheis reading a very interesting book now. It's about a night life in Paris.


                                    (The telephoneisringing)



Debby: Debby's speaking. that you, Jeena? 

Jeena: Yes. Howyou Debby?

Debby: Very well, thank you. Can I speak to Amy?

Jeena: Yes, of course. Hold on a minute...Debby?

Debby: Yes.

Jeena: I'm very sorry, but she can't speak to you now.

Debby: Why? What's she doing?

Jeena: She's washing her hair. Can you call her later?

Debby: Yes, of course. And what about Alan? he in?

Jeena: Yes, he. We're all in. Alanin his room.

Debby: ishe working?

Jeena: No, he isn't working. Heisreading.

Debby: Oh, what's he reading? My French novel, perhaps.

JeenaPerhaps. But I can ask him.

Debby: Oh, never mind. What about you, Jeena? you very busy tonight?

Jeena: Not very busy.

Debby: What're you doing? Your lessons?

Jeena: No, I'm not doing my lessons. I'm watching a video.

Debby: Well, and can you all come for dinner tonight? We can play Ticket To Ride afterwards.

Jeena: But I'm a very bad player, Debby.

Debby: No, younot bad, and  youarelearning fast.

Jeena: Well, I must ask Alan and Amy.

Debby: And go and ask them now.

JeenaDebby, you there?

Debby: Yes. Well, areyou coming?

Jeena: Yes, weare. Thank you, Debby. Expect us at about  eight.

Debby: Good.


                   LISTEN AND REPEAT

Amyiswashing her hair. Debby can't speak to her now. Alanisreading a novel. Alan, Amy and Jeena n't very busy tonight. They can go and play Ticket To Ride to Debby. She can expect them all at about eight.



Перевести с русского на английский, используя следующий алгоритм (строгий порядок) построения предложения:

1 ый шаг: постановка модуля.

2 ой шаг: постановка времени.

3 ий шаг: постановка местоимения.

4 ый шаг: постановка сказуемого (глагола - для 1-8 модулей  ИЛИ слов, которые идут после глагола TO BE в 9 или 10 модулях)

5 ый шаг: постановка нужной "фишки"

(     или

amisarewaswerewill beили







Это Джина. This IS Jeena.

У Джины темные волосы. Модуль 1. Jeena (she) (to have dark hair – иметь; есть темные волосы)

Jeena has dark hair. DOES Jeena have dark hair? = Has Jeena dark hair?

Модуль 9. Jeena’s (волосы) (to BE dark - темные).

Jeena’s hair IS dark. IS Jeena’s hair dark?


У нее голубые глаза.   

1 модуль. (She) (to have blue eyes – есть; иметь голубые глаза). She has blue eyes. . DOES she have blue eyes? Has she blue eyes?

9 модуль.  Ее (Her) hair (волосы) (to BEdark - темные). Her eyes ARE blue. ARE her eyes blue?


А это Дебби.

9 модуль. Это (This)  (to BE Debby - Дебби). And this IS Debby.


У нее светлые волосы и зеленые глаза. (an eye – глаз; eyes - глаза)

1 модуль. Она (She) (to have fair hair and green eyes – есть; иметь светлые волосы и зеленые глаза). She has  fair hair and green eyes. . DOES she have fair hair and green eyesHas she fair hair and green eyes?

9 модуль.Ее (Her) волосы (hair) глаза (eyes) (to BE fair - светлые; to BE green ) Her hair IS fair, and her eyes ARE green 

Her hair IS fair – Ее волосы светлые = У нее светлые волосы.

- «Привет, Джинa. Эйми дома?» 

9 модуль.  Amy (Она) (to BE at home – б.дома)

Hallo, Jeena. IS Amy at home?  или (to BE in – б.дома) IS Amy in?



- «Привет, Дебби. Да.

9 модульHallo Debby. Yes, she IS.



Она уже пришла. She (to come -приходить; приезжать) already.

3 модульShe already come.


Она не занята. She (to BE busy - б.занятым)

9 модуль. She not busy


Сейчас она внизу.  now she (to BE downstairs - б. внизу)

9 модуль.    She downstairs now.


И они с Аланом пьют чай. And she and Alan (to have tea - пить чай) (сейчас)

2 модуль. She and Alanarehaving tea.


Она помогала мне делать французский язык. She (to help with French)

3 модуль. Shehelped mewith French.


Мне всегда помогают,

5 модуль. Iamalways helped  when 


когда я не могу сделать что-то (can not do).

I can not do something.


Зайди, выпей чаю». Come in, and have some tea.

- «Нет, спасибо. Я не могу сейчас. Я занята. 

9 модуль.No, thank you. Ican't now. Ibusy.

Я иду (‘еду) в магазин. I (to go SHOPING -ходить в магазин; делать покупки)

2 модульIamgoing SHOPING.

Я просто проходила мимо, I (to pass by - проходить мимо) just

2 модуль. Iwasjust passing by 

И увидела тебя. (to see - видеть; увидеть)


Передавай привет Эйми и Алану». Say hallo to Amy and Alan

1 модуль. I saw you   

Say hallo to Amy and Alan





(В этом рассказе 8-летняя девочка, Eva Koshal, говорит от имени будильника, которому она придает человеческие черты внешности и поступков)

Beep-beep, beep-beep, beep-beep.... Bang! Hooray[1], Emily awake[2], that's () my first job of the day done[3]. Ismall[4]pink[5]glossy[6] alarm clock[7] with green numbers[8] on my face[9] and a button on my head[10] for TURNING off[11] my loud beeping[12] shout[13]. I sit on Emily's bedside[14] table next to[15] a messy[16] pile of books[17], pens and stickers[18]. Emilynow nine and I keeping a close eye on[19] her for the last few years. Mostly, I tick along[20] at a constant speed[21] but therea few times when Emilyneeded my help. 

Two years ago, her big, beloved[22] Siamese cat[23]  called[24]  Captain, went missing[25]. She looked for[26] him after school everyday, calling his name[27] and asking neighbours to check in[28] their gardens and sheds. She came home miserable[29] and cried herself to sleep[30] every night.

She missed[31] this warm, furry  [32]purring[33]body curled up[34] next to[35] her on the bed. I hated[36] to see her cry and the nights dragged on[37] and on. I used every scrap[38] of energy to push[39] my hands[40] round faster and faster to try and zoom through till dawn. My hands ached [41]and burned[42]and the battery grewhotter [43]and hotter. I helped to get Emily through[44] seven sad weeks before Captain reappeared and her smile came back.
Last August Iwas
squashed into a big purple suitcase with t-shirts, beach towels and Teddy and taken on a hot summer holiday. It 

wonderful. I watched while Emily ran in and out of her bedroom in her blue and pink flamingo swimming costume, her wet  feet leaving puddles[45] on the stone floor.

She released a bucketful[46] of laughter as she found her water squirter[47] and ran off again outside to spray[48] her brother. I loved SEEING that huge beamingsmile[49] and wanted it to last[50] forever. I held my breath[51]

and concentrated as hard as I could on not MOVING my hands but the battery kept TRYING to push me forwards. I tensed every muscle to keep myself still[52] and managed to give her just a little more time.
But I
only a smallpinkglossy alarm clock and I have such  big job to do. Iwatch Emily every second, every minute, every hour that I can. Ispeed through[53] the sad times and try to hold onto[54] the happy times.

I(или am)watching time



by Arthur Edmonds

We lay there, dead stillholding our breathwaiting for the moment to pass. My mother had her hand over my little brother's mouth. We could sense their presence above the floorboards, scouring the kitchen, scouring the area of all movement, all sound, all smell.
Suddenly, we heard their clunking feet march out of the room. My father let out a sigh of relief. "That too close." he said. "All they had to do lift a floorboard and we would done for". I lay my head on my dusty pillow.

All night the image of two animatronic eyes piercing through the floorboards pasted on my mind.

Next morning I woke up to a drip of water landing on my face. I strained my eyes but could see nothing; only the floorboards above me. Later on that day we shared a loaf of bread and some butter. It the first real food I had in days so I savoured it. It felt likeyears since I outside. I longed for the feel of crisp air caressing my face, and the smell of fresh towels dancing in the breeze.

The next day, I woke up to hear clunking feet. Instantly, I froze. This the closest they ever come before as they checked the storage unit. The second Sweep in two days which meant they on high alert (в полной боевой готовности).

Again, I felt that drip the next day. It wasstarting to bug me, so I moved my pillow to a new location.

With urgency, my father woke me up. He pressed his finger against his lips and nodded his head in the direction of the ceiling. There more this time, a dozen or so. This  the largest one yet. Suddenly we heard a booming voice from upstairs.

"63% of the human population remaining".

My mother lowered her eyes to the dirty floor in despair. More than half of the earth wiped out by those stupid robots. If I could jumped out and shot them, I would . But what use  a gun against impenetrable, fleshless, titanium? We no longer know our rivals. They lack empathy, which means FIGHTING futile. Simultaneously, I saw two robotic eyes light the corner of our room. This it; I  blown our cover.

backed away, edging towards my mother and father who knotted in a desperate embrace. My heart  about to jump out of my chest and beads of sweat formed on my forehead. My brother squealed before father could muffle the sound of his voice.

"What that?" yelled a heartless voice from above the floorboards.

My eyes locked with its. It a cold empty  stare. Lacking emotion, it pointed to the small fire escape in the shadows of the room. Our escape.
Without a glance we crept like rats to our freedom.

"Just rats" said 2629 as a cold tear landed on a empty pillow.

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