Баранова, Дули, 5. Учебник. Module 3a

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a) 1 get
2 have
3 have
4 walk
5 have
6 do
7 have
8 do
9 walk
10 watch
11 brush
12 go

b) In the morning I get up. have a shower, have breakfast and walk to school. In the afternoon. I do my homework.
In the evening I have dinner, watch a DVD and walk the dog. Then, I brush my teeth and go to bed.

a) Bill ‘milks’ snakes to collect their venom. His job is very dangerous because the snakes can bite him.
milk (v): to get milk from an animal
cow (n): farm animal that produces milk
goat (n): small farm / wild animal with horns
snake farm In): a place that raises long thin reptiles with no legs to sell them or their products
dangerous (adj): likely to hurt you
bite (v): to use teeth to injure you
hand (n): the part of the body at the end of the arm with four fingers and a thumb
arm (n): the part of the body attached to the shoulders with the hand on the end
early (adv)-.before the usual time that sth. happens
catch (v): to capture: to get a hold of
type (n): a group of sth. with similar qualities / features
poisonous (adj): very harmful fit gets in your body
enclosure (n): an area of land surrounded by a fence
laboratory (n): a place where research and experiments take place
venom (n): the poison from an animal’s bite or sting
teeth (n): hard white objects in your mouth for biting and chewing
team (n): a group of people who work together
make (v): create
medicine (n): a substance used to cure an illness
antivenin (n): a substance that can cure / protect against
venomous bites or stings
die (v): to stop living
puppy In): a young dog

b) 1 a snake farm
2 gets up early and walks to the farm
3 catches different types of poisonous snakes and milks them to collect their venom to make antivenin
4 without antivenin, people that poisonous snakes bite can die

We form the present simple with the subject (noun / pronoun) and the verb. We form the 3rd-person singular by adding-s to the end of the verb;-es to verbs ending in -ch, -o, -sh, -ss, -s, -es: -ies to verbs ending in a consonant and -y.
Examples from the text: does, works, gets up, walks, catches, milks, falls, knows, says, tries, watches, goes.
1 listen (a habit)
2 likes (a permanent state)
3 work (a permanent state)
4 walks (a daily routine)
5 live (a permanent state)
[s]: works, gets up.
[z]: does, falls, knows, says, tries.
[ɪz]: catches.
Morning: gets up early, walks to the farm, catches snakes, milks snakes.
Afternoon: makes medicine (antivenin).
Evening: walks puppy, watches a DVD. goes to bed.
In the morning. Bill gets up early and walks to the farm. He catches different types of snakes and milks them to collect their venom.
In the afternoon, he makes medicine out of the venom with his team.
In the evening, he walks his puppy, watches a DVD and then goes to bed.
In the morning, I get up early and have breakfast. Then, I walk to school and have lessons. Bill gets и pearly too. He also walks to work.
In the afternoon. I play sport and do my homework. I don’t go to work like Bill.
In the evening. I have dinner and walk the dog. Then. I watch a DVD and go to bed. Bill watches a DVD and walks his dog in the evening, too.
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