Верещагина, Афанасьева 5. Учебник. Lesson 7

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The USA, English, American;
Great Britain, English, British;
Australia, English, Australian;
Canada, English, French, Canadian.
John, Great Britain;
Mary, Australia;
Mao, China;
Marie, France;
Monica, Canada
Sveta, Russia
Berlin is in Europe. It is in Germany.
Rome is in Europe. It is in Italy.
Delhi is in Asia. It is in India.
Ottawa is in North America. It is in Canada.
Madrid is in Europe. It is in Spain.
Washington DC is in North America. It is in the USA.
Yury Gagarin flew into space in 1961.
Valentina Tereshkova flew into space in 1963.
Alexey Leonov flew into space in 1965 and in 1975.
German Titov was in space in 1961.
Andrean Nikolaev was in space in 1962 and in 1970.
Alexey Leonov was the first Russian cosmonaut in the open space in 1965.
Mary already knows English and she is learning the Italian language now.
Liza already knows French and she is learning the English language now.
Betty already knows Spanish and Arabic and she is learning the Russian language now.
Lorance already knows German and Chinese and she is learning the Spanish language now.
The seas separate the continents.
The mountains separate the countries.
The forests separate the cities.
The river separates the countries.
The ocean separates the continents.
The sea separates the islands.
Bill used to take a holiday in the mountains in winter but now he doesn’t.
Mary used to watch the sunset in the evening but now she doesn’t.
She also used to watch the sunrise in the morning and she doesn’t do it, either.
John used to go fishing with his father early in the morning but now he doesn’t.
George used to be very curious when he was a child but now he isn’t. Tom used to explore new territories when he was young but now he doesn’t.
1. Oh, no, he didn’t. He used to cry a little.
2. Oh, no, they didn’t. They used to explore the forests when they were in South America.
3. Oh, yes, she did. She used to like fish.
4. Oh, yes, he did. He used to work in at company.
5. Oh, no, we didn’t. We were not good friends.
6. Oh, no, she didn’t. She used to be interested in postcards.
7. Oh, yes, he did. He used to be fond of animals.
1. Did she really use to cook fantastic pancakes?
2. Did he really use to be a scientist?
3. Did she really use to be very much interested in science?
4. Did they really use to learn a lot about History and the main cities of Russia?
5. Did she really use to live in a small village?
6. Did he really use to get interesting information about space and space trips?
1. Nelly and Ann were moving in a new flat at 11.30 yesterday.
2. Mrs. Brown was selling vegetables at 5.45 yesterday.
3. The Greens were sailing to St. Petersburg at 8.00 yesterday.
4. Pete and Jack were fighting with each other at 7.00 yesterday.
5. Bill was preparing for his classes at 10.15 yesterday.
6. Andrew and Ted were listening to the music at 4.30 yesterday.
While you were shopping I was making my bed.
While you were shopping I was cooking dinner.
While you were shopping I was washing the floor.
While you were shopping I was making tea.
While you were shopping I was cleaning the carpet.
While you were shopping I was cleaning the clothes.
While you were shopping I was washing the window.
Her children were watching TV, fighting with each other, reading a book, sleeping and playing football.
When Andrew came home his grandparents were watching a feature film on TV; his father was reading a newspaper; his uncle was looking through the magazine; his aunts were making jam; his cousins were playing with toys on the flour; his little brother was crying.
People learn foreign languages nowadays.
People travel by plane nowadays.
Most people travel by train nowadays.
Many people travel by sea nowadays.
People watch cartoons nowadays.
Most people watch videos nowadays.
Many people watch feature films nowadays.
People read a lot of books nowadays.
Most people read a lot of newspapers nowadays.
Many people read a lot of magazines nowadays.
We use pens to write letters.
We use books to learn foreign language.
We use kitchen to cook dinner.
We use cups to drink coffee.
We use glasses to drink mineral water.
We use spoons to eat soup.
I’m fond of both tea and coffee.
I’m fond of both milk and water.
I’m fond of both country and town life.
I’m fond of both short stories and long novels.
I’m fond of both cartoons and feature films.
I’m fond of both travelling by sea and by plane.
I’m fond of both working at home and at the library.
You: I don’t like football.
Classmate: You don’t say so.
You: I’ve never travelled by plane.
Classmate: You don’t say so.
You: I’ve never been to the seaside.
Classmate: You don’t say so.
Англоговорящие страны
Диана: Привет, Хелен! Сто лет тебя не видела! Как у тебя дела?
Хелен: Хорошо, спасибо, а у тебя? Прошло много времени, как я видела тебя в последний раз.
Диана: Да, много прошло времени. В последний раз я тебя видела в библиотеке. Ты готовилась к докладу по своему любимому предмету — английскому, конечно.
Хелен: Да. Но почему ты смеёшься? Я считаю, что английский самый популярный язык в настоящее время. На английском говорят люди по всему миру. В России и во Франции, в Германии и в Италии, В Испании и в Египте учат английский как иностранный язык.
Диана: Я знаю. Кстати, говорят, что английский стал международным языком в двадцатом веке.
Хелен: Да, конечно. Тебя поймут почти везде, если ты говоришь на английском. Во многих странах говорят на английском, и конечно на своём родном.
Диана: А в каких странах английский национальный язык?
Хелен: В Великобритании, США, Канаде, Австралии и в Новой Зеландии. Это англоговорящие страны.
Диана: И во всех этих странах люди говорят на одном и том же языке, не так ли?
Хелен: Мой ответ — и да, и нет. Хотя они все говорят на английском, есть небольшое различие в этих странах.
Диана: Не может быть! Я никогда не знала, что американцы и англичане говорят на разных языках.
Хелен: Нет, не на разных. В обеих странах говорят на английском, но в США говорят на американском английском, а в Великобритании говорят на британском английском. Часто одну и ту же вещь обозначают разные слова.
Диана: Что ты имеешь в виду?
Хелен: Я имею в виду, что flat обозначает квартиру в Англии, а apartment в США. В США говорят cookies и candies, а в Британии biscuits и sweets, имея в виду одно и то же. Осень в Америке называют fall, а в Англии autumn.
Диана: Это очень интересно на самом деле.
Helen is so much interested in English because a lot of people speak English and it is the most popular language nowadays.
Great Britain, Canada, the USA, Australia, New Zealand.
English is the international language nowadays.
English, German, French are popular in Russia.
cookies, candies, fall
English is the most popular language nowadays. It is spoken all over the world. People in many countries learn it. If you speak English people will understand you practically everywhere. English is the native language in Great Britain, the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand. Though they speak the same language there are some differences.
While the children were running their mother was reading a newspaper.
While my father was looking through the magazine my mother was cooking breakfast.
While Ann was reading a novel her sister was playing.
I was walking when I saw them in the street.
I was sleeping when the telephone rang.
Father was watching television when Peter came back home.
1. Ann was playing the flute at 3 o’clock yesterday and her brothers were playing the violin.
2. While Fred was switching on the vacuum cleaner his wife was switching on the washing machine.
3. When I was buying fruit I was talking to the seller.
4. My father was repairing the central heating at 7 o’clock yester-day.
5. Who was playing tennis when you entered the hall?
6. Little Tom was looking at the map of Europe when his sister told him about England.
7. What were you doing when your grandmother was cooking pancakes?
8. While children were listening to the music they were watching the sunrise.
1. Moscow is in Europe.
2. The Australian speak English.
3. The Urals separate Europe from Asia.
4. Egypt is in Africa.
5. The national Russian flag is white, blue and red.
6. John is a typical English name.
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