Афанасьева, Михеева, Баранова, Rainbow English, 6. Учебник. Unit 3. Step 8

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1d; 2c; 3c; 4b; 5c; 6d; 7d.
1) for;
2) on;
3) for;
4) —;
5) at;
6) of;
7) at;
8) on;
9) on;
10) on, at;
11) at;
12) with.
1d, 2f, 3a, 4b, 5c, 6e.
1b, 2f, 3d, 4e, 5c, 6a.
1) Steve asks where I / we bought this beautiful Christmas tree.
2) Polly asks how often my / our family come together.
3) Jane asks whose greeting card it is.
4) David asks when they celebrate Christmas in Canada.
5) Peter asks how I / we decorate my / our home at Christmas.
6) Liza asks if January 1 is a quiet day for me / us.
7) Mary asks if I / we was / were happy to get this gift.
1) Nina tells / asks me (us) not to sing this song again.
2) Andy tells / asks me (us) to have dinner with them.
3) Ruth tells / asks me (us) to help her to put the lights on the tree.
4) Kate tells / asks me not to drive so fast.
5) Ronald tells / asks me (us) not to eat so much chocolate.
6) Fred tells / asks me (us) to choose any toy I / we like.
7) Sofia tells / asks me (us) not to hang the picture so high.
1) were;
2) was;
3) was blowing;
4) made;
5) were decorating;
6) decided;
7) opened;
8) came;
9) looked;
10) ran;
11) shouted.
(sample I)
B: First of all they always celebrate it on the 31st of October. People dress up and have fun.
B: They often dress up like witches and ghosts.
B: They often prepare lanterns from pumpkins. They also go out into the streets, visit their neighbours and say, “Trick or treat”. They usually get some treat — a chocolate, some sweets or nuts,
(sample II)
A: How do they celebrate Christmas in Britain?
A: Do people usually stay at home or go out?
A: Do they give each other gifts?
1) much;
2) is, it;
3) This;
4) is.
(sample) Dear auntie, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Best wishes for the coming year. Wishing you a long, healthy and happy life, Your nephew John.
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