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Bu ycnuuiume sanucs OeaJICObl. the game might even be 2 years old. HYJlCHY10UHrjJ0PMal1u1O. However. chess championship. First official championships took place in 1866 in London. To avoid running overtime.I YrrpaimeHHe 3 Bu ycnutaume paCCKa3 0 npouCXOJICOeHUU uepu e tuaxuamu. ee e npaeyto KaKY10 KOflOHKY. UHrjJ0PMal1ulO eau HYJlCHO ycnutuams npu npocnytuueanuu U sanutuume Sameu npocnytuaiime mexcm U nocmapaiimecs ycnutuams omeemu e maiinuuy. Sauecume ceou THE ORIGIN OF CHESS ~hess originated in either Afghanistan or 1 _ around the year AD 600. they used a 7 _ 6 . Cuauana nooyuaiime. The Vikings took it to Scandinavia and it had reached Central Europe by AD 5 using the present day rules. The 6 used today in championships originated th in the 19 century and were named after an English. There is international agreement on the 3 some variations exist in Japan and 4_--i~'-but _ TYPE OF INFORMATION The variety played in Europe and America came from Iran and was established in Italy and Spain around the year AD 1000.

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recorded on tape. casting an eerie light on the many stalagmites and stalactites. These caves are situated below the hills to the north of the city at the Widmore River. Here exotic animals wander free in large compounds. F Technology Park Besides the many exotic plants you can see in a botanical garden.• YIIpa~HeHHe 1 Ilpouumaiime cooeptscanue 3KCrypCUU A-J Ycmauoeume coomeemcmeue cOOepJlCaHUIO KaJICOOUU3 3KCrypCUU U enutuume coomeemcmeytotuyto ymeepotcoenuii 1-8 6YKey A. This excursion also includes a visit to the Satellite Mapping Centre. these gardens feature native birds and other wildlife. this building is a classic example of the excess of architecture. this venue is the best for anyone interested in changing trends in clothing. O. Featuring over 100 wax models of famous people. Wax World is the place for you. J Trolland's Caves Find out about the fascinating process of candle making. Cedric's Cathedral Schoolchildren are met at the entrance by ushers who show them around the Houses. I The Light Fantastic With the Bishop's Throne as its central feature. G Parliament In the planetarium you can observe features of the night sky. the grand lounge. The walking tour. C Botanical Gardens B Shortlands Wildlife Park This is not the usual zoo. This excursion is a must for any person interested in sculpture and glass as art form. The tour includes the Hansard library. SCHOOL EXCURSIONS A Ancient and Modern Museum This is a museum with a difference. from the Middle Ages to the present. Along with the usual historical exhibits. B. is for visitors interested in art history. government and opposition offices and the public gallery. The caves are home to colonies of glow worms that shine. P5100M c HOMepoM KaJIC0020 U3 ymeepocoeuuu. Cum. H St. E The Central Art Gallery The art gallery has six chambers each exhibiting paintings from different periods. like stars on the ceiling and walls of the caves. and learn about such historical events as the origin of stars. this museum features an up-to-date display of information technology. 10 . This factory also holds the additional attraction of illustrating how candles and other wax products are made and the use of wax in the art of sculpture and decoration. Wax World D If you're interested in seeing how people used to live and dress. separated in such a way that they can't harm one another.

eCJlU ymeepocoeuue coomeemcmeyem snaxy ARIES. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 like talking to people are good bosses and managers like reading work a lot are great friends are funny have many boyfriends/girlfriends aren't always very nice in their life 11 .April 19) sign are good leaders. People born under this are ambitious and hard-working and often achieve friends but they want their friends to be loyal. ARIES (March Aries is the first star sign. very lively and active. They are very honest and loyal They are sometimes in a bad mood. too.June 20) People born under Gemini are intelligent.This ex~'rsion is for those who are interested in: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 history of art politics clothing and fashion wax technology astronomy native wildlife technological progress unusual nature Ynpaacaeaae 2 Ilpouumaume Ycmanoeume coomeemcmeue ymeepotcoenuii 1-8 Ka:JICiJoMYU3 mexcmoe U enuucume 6YKey A. They have a great sense of humor. Their planet is Mars. love parties and a social life. GEMINI (May 21 . . They are often interested in philosophy and literature but they are outgoing. eCJlUymeepotcoenue coomeemcmeyem suaxy GEMINL P5liJOM c ymeepotcoenueu. 21 . They a lot in their lives. They fa~l in love often and easily and can love more than one person at a time. mexcmu 0 31WKax 30iJUaTW. UJlU G.

presents us with something which looks like a Roman toga. scientists are busy with large sheets of paper-like material. We put the toga on and can do whatever we like with it: for example.2 3 4 So the fashion industry is getting ready to face the future . the head of the department. wash them . 1 First we go to a small university building on the outskirts of Liverpool.Ynpassneuae 3 A-E atisauasi mexcma 1-4. Mary Smith. The next place to visit is a charming village on the coast of Scotland. They are producing clothes which the user can paint and decorate any way they like. Nick Heldon of Fashion Co. Their idea is clothes with a tiny electrical heating system to keep the wearer warm. Today we visit them and talk about their ideas.In the meantime. Ycmanoeume coomeemcmeue 3a20fl06K06 Sanecume omeemst 6 matinuuy. informs us about their project: clothes which smell. 1 2 3 4 12 . A B C D E Switch them on or switch them off Do as the Romans did . and they still look nice Be an artist and protect our planet FASHION FORTHE FUTURE In four different laboratories across Great Britain. Our host here is Mandy Wilson who manages the project for the University of Glasgow. But a truly modem idea of clothing is waiting for us in the capital of England. London. the director of the project. Ilpouumailme meucm. a set of different belts. When it is hot. but with a difference Buy clothes and save on perfume Buy them. . scientists are already working on fashion for the future. we should try and earn more because it seems that all the ideas are rather expensive.. As Brown explains. people can save on antiperspirants and perfume because the clothes produce a nice. it is possible to wash the clothes and paint them once again. Jocelyn Brown. What's more.. and a pair of scissors. also stresses the fact that these clothes are environmental-friendly.. fresh aroma. . or put a belt on. Oouu U3 3a20fl06K06 nuuiuuii.. you can switch the system off and clothes are cool again! In Wales. out it very short.

Except for the Sun and the Moon. Uranus was the first planet that people discovered by using a telescope. Pluto is farther from the Sun than the other planets in the solar system. Which planet A B C D E F G was discovered in the last century? got its name because of its distinction from others? is the hottest? is known for its density? comes the second after Jupiter in size? was discovered by a musician? is believed to have water on the surface? 1 Venus. Astronomers believe that the surface of the planet is covered by a vast ocean of water mixed with rocky material. and cold planet takes 247. one of the planets in the solar system. Mercury is surprisingly dense because it has a very large iron core. Sir William Herschel. Venus is never visible more than three hours before sunrise and three hours after sunset. Uranus has 11 known rings and 27 moons. because of its prominence in the sky. 3 4 5 6 13 . Sonecume Ilpouumaume mexcm. The small. after the Sun.7 years to revolve around the Sun. Pluto is the most distant planet in the solar system and it is very difficult to be detected.about 477C. Neptune is the fourth largest planet in the solar system.' a German-born British musician and astronomer. Jupiter is a ball of gas and has no solid surface.: Ycmanoeume coomeemcmeueeonpocoe omeemu e maiinuuy. Jupiter. Uranus is a major planet in the solar system. The planet is called the morning star when it appears in the east at sunrise. Mercury's surface is similar to the Moon's because many asteroids constantly fall on it. Venus is the brightest object in the sky. The Romans named the planet for their chief god. discovered the planet in 1781. and the evening star when it is in the west at sunset. rocky. 2 Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system.Ynpaameaae 4 A-G mexcmau 1-7. Neptune has four rings and 11 known moons. Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun. and Venus. is the second in distance from the Sun. It is the fourth brightest object in Earth's sky. the Moon. The surface temperature is the hottest of any planet . It wasdiscoveredin 1930.

Saturn has its own ring system which was first seen by the Italian scientist Galileo in 1610. They gathered together eight pairs of teddies. When a group of children were asked to choose their favourite bear from each pair of bears. UCnOJlb3Y51utupopuauuto. The scientists also asked the children what they would like to do with their favourite bear. BABY LOVE Why we want to take care of teddy bears The first teddy had low foreheads and long limbs like real bears. When they were asked which one of all the bears they liked best. He did not understand that the rings were separate from the body of the planet. eon ocoe L-d nocmaesme V.7 Saturn is the second largest planet in the solar system. Age of children Baby. Later the rings were described correctly. eCJlUn eonouumatom. But over time. they have developed more baby-like features. J(Jl51 A group of scientists was curious to know whether teddies changed this way because children like baby-faced beats or because adults do. eCJlUHem.faced bears Adult.faced bears What they wanted to do with the bears 5 6 4 years 8 years 1 3 2 4 14 . the older children chose more baby-faced bears but the four-year-olds preferred ones with adult features. The four-year-oIds wanted to play with it. But the four-year-olds chose the baby-faced and adultfeatured bears of each pair equally. the older children preferred the baby-faced teddies. daHHYlO e metccme. U X. a baby-faced bear and an adult-featured one in each pair. 1 2 3 4 5 6 YIIpa~HeHHe 5 Ilpouumaume mexcm U sanonuume maiinuuy. These teddies were shown to children aged four and eight years old. but the older children said they would like to sleep with the bear._ The scientists suggest that young children do not have a specific desire to look after the young and helpless until they are older.

Or does it? Why should Miss Quested accuse Dr Aziz of attacking her? How can Dr Aziz defend himself against it? Will the trial cause a battle between the Indians behind Dr Aziz and the British community behind Miss Quested? ***** likes mysteries and solving problems likes reading about love and relationships :is interested in human and political issues is interested in language and accent is interested in cross-cultural differences 15 . Well. in three months I could pass that girl off as a duchess at an ambassador's garden party. human beings are produced in bottles instead of being born. People do not suffer. Maxim de Winter goes to Monte Carlo to recover. The new Mrs de Winter finds that at Manderley Rebecca IS still.M. to the chilling psychology of Ruth Rendell. In spite of the light and often amusing way this book is written.to Manderley. the triumphs or the defeats of the great figures of the past. in everyone's thoughts including Maxim's . the murderer or detective? This collection contains a wide range of detective stories. Then one day a discovery is made . There he marries aquiet and ordinary young woman who is very different from his first wife.' Can Professor Henry Higgins really tum flowergirl Eliza Doolittle into a lady? This book would be suitable for someone who: 1 2 3 4 5 B REBECCA (Daphne du Maurier) AFTER the death of his beautiful wife. D A Passage to India (E. his lovely country house. but they have no ideas of their own. sir. Family life has disappeared.Ynpaacaeaae 6 Ilpouumaume «pamsoe cOOepJICaHUe KHUZ A-E. from the astute detections of the famous Sherlock Holmes. and they know nothing of the passions. C CRIME NEVER PAYS But murder stories are always fascinating. here is a warning to us all to think carefully about the way the world is developing before it is too late.and she begins to feel that she will never be able to equal Rebecca as a wife or as a mistress ofManderley. or just an unfortunate accident? Who will triumph. Maxim takes her back to England . their lives are planned for them from start to finish. Ycmauoeume coomeemcmeue ymeepocoeuuu coomeemcmeylOUfYlO 6YKey P5100M C 1-5 cOOepJICaHUlO KaJICOOU U3 KHUZ U enUUlUme ymeepJICOeHU5lMu. Forster) East meets West in this intriguing story.and the young Mrs de Winter begins to understand why Rebecca is still so important to all those at Manderley. Who did it? And how? Or why? Was it murder at all. E PIGMALION . A BRAVE NEW WORLD (Aldous Huxley) All human values have changed. the joy or sorrows. Rebecca. (Bernard Shaw) 'You see this creature with her awful English: the English that will keep her in the gutter to the end of her days.

The penguins are already moving south to breed (have their young). and most recently. Seals and whales will change the places where they feed. warns the British Antarctic Survey. In lOO years' time the Southern ocean atmosphere will be warmer. 1 2 3 4 5 2 3 4 5 16 . fishermen. Antarctic is the world's last remaining wilderness region. A B C D E F U ycmanoeume coomeemcmeue A-F pasoenau cmamsu 1-5. so if some of the more extreme changes of temperature in the sea occur. The penguin doesn't want to sit on a nest and have a metre of snow above it. perhaps because warmer air means more snow. and the continent stores nine tenths of the world's fresh water. Description Exploration of Antarctica of Antarctica People in Antarctica Changes in the climate Animals could die out WARMING WARNING FORANTARCTICA The face of Antarctica will change in the next 100 years as ice melts. This season the number could reach 27.Ynpaacaenae 7 3a20110e1{Oe Ilpouumaiime cmamuo Oouu 3a20110e01{ nuuacuii. sealers. But the change now is really fast and could lead to unexpected consequences. it is likely that we will have some extinctions. with much less ice and snow on the peninsula. researchers warned. Last year 13.000 metres of ice and snow. visited the region in cruise ships. It is larger than the US and drier than the Sahara.000. The mainland is still unspoiled. commercial. 1 Climate has always changed. Parts of it are covered by up to 3. Sanecume ceou omeemu e maiinuuy. Many Antarctic organisms are sensitive to very small changes in temperature. but the Southern ocean has been exploited for 200 years by whalers. penguins move south and green plants begin to colonise bare rocks of the Antarctic. tourists.500 tourists . Effects on climate change on animals in Antarctica. Green plants are already five or even ten times more common now than when explorers built the first bases.

B) the life of English people in Shakespeare's time. B) detective stories. 17 3 4 . Queen Elizabeth I liked Shakespeare's plays.the famous Globe Theatre. tried to perform only in the king's palace. whose plays were worse than his. and that he became interested in the theatre when he was still a boy. the actors in his own theatre sometimes turned against him. was fond of saving money. What kind of man A) He was a man B) He was a man C) He was a man D) He was a man was who who who who Shakespeare? liked to quarrel with people. coomeemcmeytotuyto eapuaumy omeema. often quarreled with Shakespeare and attacked him. Now people in many countries love and honor Shakespeare for his plays. was born in 1564 in Stratford-onAvon. 06Be051 6YKBY A. wrote many plays and acted himself. the greatest English writer of drama. Less talented writers. But we know that he studied at the Grammar School in Stratford. B) The King and Queen of England liked his plays. In 1586 Shakespeare went to London. comedies and tragedies that are still modem and well-known all over the world. By the end of the 16th century Shakespeare and his friends had enough money to build their own theatre . wrote was good news to the people of the capital. 1 The text is about A) Shakespeare's life.a great honor in those days. Shakespeare soon became well-known in London literary circles. Find the wrong statement: A) In his childhood Shakespeare got interested in the theatre. We do not know everything about Shakespeare's early life. C) Shakespeare was widely known for his Globe Theatre: D) Shakespeare had difficulties in his life. C UJlU D. B. William Shakespeare. D) the writers who lived in England in the 16th century. But Shakespeare had quite many difficulties in his life. D) dramas. Every play that he. where he worked in the theatre for some years before he began to write his own plays. C) the queen's and king's life. C) mystery plays.Ynpaacnenae 8 Ilpouumaione mexcm U eunonuume saoanust l=ti. 2 Shakespeare was especially good at A) novels. and the actors were often invited to play before the Queen and later before the King James . «omopuii eu cuumaeme uautionee npaeunuuau.

Where is the Picasso Museum? 2. B) His actors disliked him. June 1 . Picasso himself lived in the house and painted there in 1946. When are children most welcome? 4. 9 mexcm u omeemsme na eonpocu 1-5.Sept 30 Oct 1 . Who once lived there? 3. A) envy B) respect C) read D) remember the world? 6 Ynpaseneuae Ilpouumaume Ka:JIC0020 omeema.5 Why do you think Shakespeare is well-knownthroughout A) He was an English writer.May 31 10 am .noon and 2-6 pm 1.6 pm lOam . Hcnonusyiime lie 6011ee ueu mpu cnoea OJl5l Picasso Museum Chateau Grimaldi Antibes France The Picasso Museum of Antibes is housed in a beautiful old villa built on ground that was once occupied by the Romans. There are several programs for children (aged 4-11 ) and workshop visit for school groups on Wednesdays and holidays. Guided tours can be organized on request. Which months is it open all day? 5. Choose the synonym to the underlined world. How do you get a guided tour? Closed Mondays and holidays 18 . D) He wrote a lot of brilliant plays. C) He built his own theatre.

wiping himself. This is why the ritual of a sumo match is taken so seriously. the opponents spend three or four minutes trying to intimidate each other with grimaces and threatening postures. On entering it. After that he purifies himself and the ring by throwing salt. and rinsing his mouth with water. the huge fighter rises his right leg as high as possible . Finally. Next comes his most dramatic gesture. he shakes his apron to drive away evil spirits. The fight itself is brief and brutal and consists of a thunderous collision that rarelylasts more than ten seconds.to send it crashing down with all his force. the 'way of the gods'. Then he performs the same earth-shaking stamp with the other leg. 3a1lecume ceou omeemei e matinuu MOUNTAIN MEN The history of Sumo goes back over 2000 years. where winning gains favour of the gods. With his left hand on his heart and his right arm pointed to the east. Having done that. 1 I 2 3 4 5 19 . 10 A-E e nOp510Ke.Ynpaacneuae Ilpouumaiane oeitcmeue. Its origin is connected to the Japanese belief in Shinto. which ends when one giant is pushed to the ground or outside the circle. the enormous wrestler first claps to attract the god's attention and indicate his own purity of heart. e «omopou npoucxooum metccm u pacnonoocume KapmUIiKU . and raises his arms to show he carries no weapons. The clay fighting ring is itself a sacred shrine.

People came to see the stars. 1) True 2) False 3) Not stated 3) Not stated 3) Not stated 3) Not stated 3) Not stated 3) Not stated 20 . the Bishop of California. pop music. Fans got autographs and kisses from their favourite stars. More than 100. 1) True 2) False 4 All the stars were actors and actresses. For 12 hours over 300 stars from television. Last Saturday. KaKOU U3 3aZOJlOBKOetionee mouno onpeoennem mexcm. eCJlU OHO coomeemcmeyem cOdepJICaHUlO mexcma. TV cook Delia Smith and many others. One hundred policemen were there. pubs. It was a good day for everyone. but last week he sold clothes in a shop. they bought things and the shop owners gave 5 per cent of the money to charity. eCJlU OHO He coomeemcmeyem UJlU NOT STATED. shoppers in Covent Garden in London had an unusual day. but there was no trouble.000 went to charity. 1) True 2) False 6 The shop owners gave all their money to charity.. 1 Covent Garden is in London. (A kiss from Boy George cost £ 5). Actress Kelly Hunter organized everything. 1) True 2) False 3) Not stated 3 There are only clothes shops in Covent Garden .000 customers came to see them. But the stars didn't only sell things. Actor Jeremy Irons sold flowers.. 1) True 2) False 3) Not stated 2 Boy George works in a clothes shop every Saturday. 1) True 2) False 8 The police arrested two people. eCJlU e mexcme Hem mo4HOU taupopscauuu. FALSE. 1) True 2) False 7 Frank Bruno signed 300 autographs. And who did this man buy his knives and forks from? Uri Geller? It was all right. 1) True 2) False 5 Kelly Hunter lives near Covent Garden. customers met boxer Frank Bruno.Ilpouumaume cmamsto U3 easemet U ycmanoeume coomeemcmeue ymeepocoeuuu 1-8 cOdepJICaHUlO mexcma. They signed thousands a autographs and gave kisses to their fans. A Famous people go shopping in Covent Garden C Pop festival in London B Boy George buys a clothes shop D Famous people work in shops for a day Boy George usually stays in bed on Saturdays. In other shops. sport and the cinema worked in shops. the shops got a lot of new customers and at the end of the day more than £ 100. cafes and restaurants in Covent Garden. Omuemsme «aocooe ymeepocoeuue TRUE. The idea was simple. Onpeoenume.

1) True 2) False 5 You only dream in deep sleep. They cook. sleep . but iri REM sleep you dream in pictures. Old people need only five or six hours. If you wake up in REM sleep you can usually remember your dream. 1) True 2) False 6 People sleepwalk in REM sleep. sleep In a normal life a person sleeps for about twenty-five years. 1) True 2) False 7 Sleepwalkers can't see. they clean their teeth. I) True 2) False 21 3) Not stated 3) Not stated 3) Not stated 3) Not stated 3) Not stated 3) Not stated 3) Not stated 3) Not stated . they dig the garden and other things.. they take a bath or a shower (often in their pyjamas). Your temperature falls. A baby sleeps for about ten hours. they get dressed.YIIpa~HeHHe 12 . We need more sleep when we are young.. You dream in both deep sleep and REM sleep. After about half an hour you go into active sleep. they ride bicycles and drive cars. because your eyes move. U3 cmamsto Sleep . When you go to sleep you go into deep sleep. they can't remember anything. They open doors and windows. Omuememe Ka. Sleepwalkers are asleep.. but nobody sees you. I) True 2) False 2 Teenagers need less sleep than adults. Do you ever sleepwalk? Are you sure? Perhaps you do.JICOOeymeepocoenue TRUE. And adult sleeps for seven o~ eight hours. 1 Everyone sleeps for eight hours a night. eCJlU ouo lie coomeemcmeyem UJlU NOT STATED. They can't wake up easily: If they do. FALSE. but they have their eyes open and they can see.. Tlpouumaiime easemsi U ycmauoeume coomeemcmeue ymeepotcoenuii 1-10 cooepotcanuto mexcma. your body relaxes. eCJlU e mexcme uem mouuoii uiupopuouuu. This is also called rapid eye movement sleep (or REM sleep). But why do we sleep? The simple answer is: we don't know. they shave. I) True 2) False 3 Some people sleep for only one or two hours. and you breath slowly. Your body spends about twenty minutes in REM sleep and then goes back into deep sleep for an hour. 1) True 2) False 8 Sleepwalkers remember everything they do. Do you ever talk 'or walk in your sleep? People sleepwalk in deep sleep and sleepwalkers do amazing things. I) True 2) False 4 REM sleep is the same as active sleep. eCJlU ouo coomeemcmeyem cooepotcanuto metccma. A teenager sleeps for eight and a half hours. There are two kinds of sleep.

"The Return of Sherlock Holmes". 2 3 22 . In 1882 he moved from Scotland to England to set up a practice. Bell's assistant. But instead. Find the wrong statement: A Dr.. Watson was Sherlock Holmes's friend. C Dr. Dr. was the model for Sherlock Holmes's friend. After that came the whole series of books about him: "The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes". Conan Doyle's medical knowledge was a great help to him in his detective stories. B. Watson was Conan Doyle's friend. Watson. ". you can go to a pub called the "Sherlock Holmes". In that pub there is a room exactly like Sherlock Holmes's room at 221B Baker Street as described in Conan Doyle's stories. Conan Doyle started the fashion of the detective story. With the words "Elementary. who only speaks when he has something to say. my dear Watson . He was a doctor. "The Hound of Baskervilles" and many others. One of the doctors he worked. He plays the violin. Choose the right sentence: A Dr. He became famous in "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes". He lives at 221B Baker Street in London. B Conan Doyle was a doctor. with. Dr. the most famous detective of all times. you will not be able to find 221B Baker Street. 1 The text is about A Sherlock Holmes's work. D The fashion of the detective stories goes on. coomeemcmeytotuyto eapuaumy omeema. Watson. D Dr. which goes on. B the most famous detective and his inventor. C UflU D. Many thousands of books about Sherlock Holmes are still sold every year. starts to explain something to his friend. He carries a large magnifying glass. Joseph Bell. B Dr. Watson was Conan Doyle's book character. otieeos '6YKey A. «omopuii eu cuumaeme nauiionee npaeunsmsu. That phrase has now entered the English language. Watson was Sherlock Holmes's relative. If you go to London. Watson was Dr. He is a quiet man. C There is 221B Baker Street in London.Ynpaaeaeaae 13 Ilpouumaiime mexcm U eunonuume 3aOaHU511-6. C Dr. He smokes a pipe (he has a collection of them). Dr. And what sort of man is Sherlock Holmes? We learn a lot about him from the stories in which he appears. D Conan Doyle's education. Sherlock Holmes. Watson's medical practice. Who invented Sherlock Holmes? Arthur Conan Doyle was his inventor.. Sherlock Holmes first appeared in 1882.

my dear Watson . B Conan Doyle and Dr. B a talented doctor. D a man who opened a pub on Baker Street. D if Watson asked him how to find criminal. B if he wanted Watson to investigate the crime himself.4 Conan Doyle is known to everybody as .. Choose the title to the text. A Doctor Watson and Sherlock Holmes. Joseph Bell. D Conan Doyle and His Characters. A the author of books about Sherlock Holmes... "? A after he gave Watson the explanation of his guess.. Joseph Bell. C before he began to explain something to Watson. When did Sherlock Holmes use the phrase "Elementary. C a good friend of Dr. 5 6 23 . C Conan Doyle's Family.

with only a telephone repeater. 1· Choose the title to the text. After some improvements to the machine he recited "Mary Had a Little Lamb" and played the recognizable reproduction of his voice back to the astonished audience. A B C D 2 Thomas Edison's research laboratory. used a carbon transmitter. The phonograph was invented quite by accident. "He played the recognizable reproduction of his voice back to the astonished audience".. A B C D made the reproduction of his voice recognizable. Complete the statement: "The invention ofthe phonograph . B. «omopuii eu cuumaeme nauiionee npaeuiuauau.. was Edison's principle project. The history of Menlo Park.. A B C D frightened amazed irritated tired 24 . from only a telephone diaphragm . In that laboratory a year later Edison invented the phonograph while" trying to improve a telegraph repeater. He attached a telephone diagram to the needle in the telegraph repeater to produce a recording that could be played back. he . 3 The phonograph was made A B C D with a telephone needle and a recorder. A surprise invention. coomeemcmeytotuyto eapuaumy omeema. In 1876 Thomas Edison moved to Menlo Park. C UJlUD. reproduced the audience's voice.Ynpaaoreane 14 Ilpouumaiime mexcm u eunonuume 3a()aHU51 1-5. otieeoe 6yKey A. Improvements in the telephone and telegraph. " A B C D was quite unplanned.. 4 After Edison made improvements to the machine. read a children's rhyme. New Jersey. from a combination of telephone and telegraph parts. There Edison worked on a carbon telephone transmitter to improve the exciting Bell system. was surprising to no one.. 5 Choose the synonym to the underlined word. where he established an industrial research laboratory. took many years.

otiosuauenuux uouepauu 1-7 max. ."I didn't know whether to feel angry .or only surprised. Charlie Chaplin This is a story that Chaplin 1 It happened after the great actor 2 to tell about himself. otiosnauenuux uouepauu 1-7 max. to take part in the competition 4 Naturally. When Charlie Chaplin 3__'----about the competition _ HEAR ONESELF he decided. walk like Chaplin and act one of the roles of a Chaplin films." ONE GOOD Ynpascneaae 2 Ilpouumaiane mexcm. LIKE BECOME A theatre announced that a competition would be held to see who could act like Charlie Chaplin." The Europeans 6 ) "What is it?" they asked a friendly aboriginal who 4-------'- it 7 to stay. When Australia's discoverers 1 2 ashore.___." which in 5 you. he kept his plan a secret from everybody. I didn't win the 6 it would be 7 prize. language was "I don't understand it for the name ofthe animal and a large tail jumping around on 3 "Kangaroo.naneuamaunue saenaetuauu 6YKeaMU6 «ouue cmpo«.naneuamauuue saenaetusuu 6YK6aMU6 «ouue cmpo«. umotiu ouu ZpaMMamUlJeCKU coomeemcmeoeanu cooeptscanuto mexcma.rPAMMATHKA·H Ynpascnenue JIEKCHKA 1 Ilpouumaume mexcm.__--- surprise when they saw a strange-looking animal with strong hind legs. Sanonnume nponycxu nouyueuuiauu CJl06aMU. Those taking part had to dress like Chaplin. what was GO THEY IT REPLY HE TAKE COME 25 -'--_. I decided that to laugh. «motiu ouu ZpaMMamUlJeCKU coomeemcmeoeanu cooeptscanuto mescma. world famous. But after thinking about it. as a joke. Ilpeoiipasyume CJl06a.Chaplin said: ANNOUNCE -- . Sanonnume nponycxu nonyueuuuxcu cnoeauu. Ilpeoiipasyiime CJl06a. When the results of the competition 5--c.

uaneuamaunue 3aZJla611blMU 6YK6aMU otiosnaueuuux 1I0MepaMU 1-7 max. The climate in Australia 4------by from ROUND VARY tropical and cool to temperate. The capital of Australia 5 I Canberra. bowed and said. Australia is a federation of six states. made a low bow and said. COME appetit!" The Frenchman immediately returned the bow and said. metccm. umotu« 01lU epauuamuuecxu coomeemcmeoeanu metccma. day the Frenchman. and the American. who could not so HAPPEN ONESELF he introduced himself. naneuamaunue 3aZJla611blMU 6YK6aMU otiosuaueuuux 1I0MepaMU 1-7 mate. "Watson". Sanonnume nponycxu nonyueiutuuu CJl06aMU. "Bon . got up. who was at the table HAVE ONE when the American came. 1 On the 2 dinner at the same table on board a ship. The Parliament 6 laws. 6 «ouue cmpo«. SMALL LARGE 'island in the world. and when the Frenchman 7 . 6 «onue cmpo«. so he also bowed THINK understand why the Frenchman should introduce 5 many times.YIIpa~HeHHe 3 Ilpouumaume mexcm. nmotiu 01lU epauuamuuecxu coomeemcmeoeanu mekcma. It is smaller than the United States and much bigger than the British Isles. It 3 the seas from all sides. "Bon appetit!" The American 3------and said "Watson". The official name of the country is the Commonwealth of Australia. Tlpeotipasyiime CJl06a. Besides the continent Australia consists of a number of small islands. cooepocauuto An American and a Frenchman. The next time he was first at the table. . The government 7 26 by the Prime Minister. who knew only their own languages. he got up. Sanonnume nponycxu nonyuenuetuu CJl06(JJ}1U. The official language of the country is English. -------- BE MAKE HEAD. not Sydney. YIIpa~HeHHe 4 Ilpouumaume Ilpeotipasyiime CJl06a. cooepocauuto Australia is situated on the fifth and the 1 ------It is the 2------- of the continents. asked his friend about it. and the American decided MEAN to correct the mistake. The friend explained that "Bon appetit!" 6 "Good appetite". This 4------several times.

naneuamanuue 3a2Jla6HblMU 6YK6aMU 0603Ha4eHHblX HOMepaMU 1-13 max. to see his a good customer. Bessie?" she says. and she does not know how to read or write. uaneuamannue 3a2Jla6HblMU 6YK6aMU 0603Ha4eHHblX HOMepaMU 1-3 mate. in the park near the is my birthday. "and I'll send you red roses. umotiu OHU ZpaMMamU4eCKU coomeemcmeoeanu mexcma. The florist 9 ~ . as Kitty doesn't know how to read" says Bessie. for twenty to the girl the next GO PAY THEY LEAVE _ BUY THINK BE DO COME WANT her address and a letter full of love. He 7------~ to a florist's. she said to him. Sanonnume nponycxu nOJlY4eHHblMU CJl06aMU." said the young man. He was very unhappy and went back home. one rose for each year of your life. She 1 school.- to speak to him. cOOepJICaHUlO Bessie is a little girl." And he 11 In the afternoon when the young man 12 girlfriend. One day Mary 2 her little sister SEE at the table with a pen in her hand and a big sheet of paper in front of her. Ilpeotipasyiime CJl06a. it doesn't matter. The same evening the young man 4 As the girl would be twenty years old. WRITE "But how can you? You don't know how to write!" says her sister. she 13---. The florist knew the young man well because he often 8 flowers in his shop. he 5__ roses and asked the florist to send 6 day. Sanonnume nponycxu nOJlY4eHHblMU CJl06aMU.Ynpaaereaae 5 Ilpouumaiime mexcm. BE WALK GIRL 6 KOHl1e CmpOK. my price for the roses 10 I'll send thirty roses instead of twenty."Tomorrow will you come to have dinner with me?" "Of-course. cOOepJICaHUlO house. "The young man is too high. only five. She is ten. But he never knew why she was so angry with him. "What are you doing. A young man 1 One day when they 2 3 in love with a beautiful girl. Ynpaseneane Ilpouumaume mexcm.". "Well. 6 6 Ilpeotipasyume CJl06a. "13 --:-_ a letter to my friend Kitty. umotiu OHU ZpaMMamU4eCKU coomeemcmeoeanu mescma. so. 27 . Her sister Mary is a schoolgirl. She does not go to BE KOHl1e cmpox." says Bessie.

Then he turned to the old Indian. "Young people now are different thirty years ago. 6 «onue CmpOK." said a middle-aged person sitting near 4__ "I'm sorry. but then the sunshine will come again." he answered." ---on a bench. "Oh." GOOD THAT old Indians seem to know more about nature than we with all our science. What is it . "Tell me how you know all that?" he asked.a boy or THEY ONE SHE Englishman." was the answer. Ynpa:IKHeHHe the weather forecast HEAR 8 6 Ilpouumaiane mexcm. Ilpeotipasyiime CIl06a. "I'm her mother. who 1 2 in a wild part of America. smoking a cigarette and wearing jeans. He was very clever and knew everything about the forest and animals living in it and many other things. One day two men. cOOep:JICaHUlO TRAVEL MEET an old Indian who was a hunter. ttm06bl OHU epauuamuuecxu coomeemcmeoeanu mexcma. Look at that young person with short hair. about young people in «ouue CmpOK. "Rain is coming. Ilpeotipasyiime CIl06a. sir.Ynpa:IKHeHHe7 Ilpouumaiime metccm. and the weather will be even 4------"5 ------than now. Two elderly Englishmen 1 2 from what we 3 a girl? It is impossible to say!" "It a girl. uaneuamannue 3aZIla6HblMU 6YK6aMU 0603HatteHHblX HOMepaMU 1-6 max. Sanautume nponycsu nonyneunuuu CIl06aMU. He 3 also speak English quite well. cOOep:JICaHUlO TALK WE BE day. yes. «motiu OHU epauuamuuecxu coomeemcmeoeanu mexcma. Then there will be Snow for a day or two." said the man to his friend. One of them said. CAN "Do you know what the weather will be like during the next few days?" one of the two travelers asked him." said the 5 6------father. naneuamannue 3aZIla6HblMU 6YK6aMU 0603HatteHHblX HOMepaMU 1-6 mas. "I 6 ------on the radio"." 28 . The Indian answered the man. "I suppose you are "I'm not. and wind. Sanonuume nponycxu nonyueuuuwu CIl06aMU.

" 29 . on the table. Once an Englishman went to Japan. Ynpaacaenne 10 BUY Ilpouumaiime mexcm. cOOepJICaHUlO TAKE WANT WALK "Parrot. "What a fool I was when I 8~ you once at twenty pounds!" "There is no doubt about it. But time passed and anything else. umotiu OHU ZpaMMamUlJeCKU coomeemcmeoeanu mexcma. At 6 o'clock the servant 3 When he saw that the Englishman 4 he 5 Then he quietly 6 The Englishman 7 bed. It said. jumped out of the piece of paper into the room very quietly. looked at his watch and then 8 the room. "Who 3 parrot? Twenty pounds for my parrot!" A man who 4 by and heard these word came up and asked. up at eleven o'clock. Ilpeotipasyume CJl06a. The man 1 ------tired of the parrot and decided to sell it. it issix o'clock now. "Dear Sir. Tlpeoiipasyiime Cl106a. But the parrot could only say one phrase. naneuamannue saenaetuauu 6YK6aMU 0603HalJeHHblX HOMepaMU 1-8 mate." said the parrot. He 1 one morning and asked 2 six o'clock. uanesamannue 3aZJla6HblMU 6YK6aMU 0603HalJeHHblX HOMepaMU 1-8 max. Please get up. _ a Japanese servant to wake him up at 6 «ouue cmpox. cOOepJICaHUlO HAVE HE servant who was very polite. A man had a speaking parrot. He 2__ to the market in a cage and shouted. umotn« OHU epauuamuuecxu coomeemcmeoeanu mescma. The man liked the answer so much that he 5------the parrot and 6 the parrot never 7 ----'for PAY BRING SAY _ him home. The Englishmen wanted to get up early COME SLEEP TAKE LEAVE WAKE SEE a piece of paper and wrote some words on it. ----'. The man came up to the cage one day and said. Sanonnume nponycxu nOJlYlJeHHblMU CJl06aMU.Ynpascneaae 9 6 Ilpouumaiime mexcm.the parrot my speaking GET xonue cmpo«. are you really so clever that you cost twenty pounds?" "There is no doubt about it!" said the parrot. "There is no doubt about it". The phrase was. 3anoJIHume nponycxu nonyuennmuu Cl106aMU.

He 5 in France by train. They continued climbing and all the time the two asked 6~ to begin. up to the conductor TRAVEL ASK GO WAKE RUN a small town near Paris. The next story kept them amused till they reached the 31th floor. At last it was time for the 5 refused. He 2 got to that town and 3 when the writer 4 Mark Twain was very angry. He said that his story was so terrible that he simply could not tell it. At last they stopped and refused to go unless he told them his terrible story." said the porter. 3anoflHume nponycxu nonyueuuuuu Cfl06aMU. there is something wrong with it. but not so angry as the American whom I6 off the train instead of you." he said. he was very tired and and cried out. In the evening they 2 and did not come back till nearly three in the morning. 3 . man finished his story they climbed up to the man to tell his story. "we 7 . gentlemen. Why didn't you do it? I am very angry with you!" The conductor looked at him for a moment and said.the key to our room downstairs with the porter. cOOepJICaHUlO Once Mark Twain 1 sleepy. Three 1 came to New York for the first time. umotiu OHU zpauuamuuectcu coomeemcmeoeanu mexcma. "I asked you to wake me up. naneuamanuue saenaenuuu 6YK6aMU 0603HatteHHblX HOMepaMU 1-7 ma«. cOOepJICaHUlO MAN a room in a hotel. "but the elevator does not work. umotiu OHU zpauuamuuectcu coomeemcmeoeanu mescma. It was early morning up. 6 KOHlJe cmpo«. 6YK6aMU 0603HatteHHblX HOMepaMU 1-6 max. room was on the 43th floor. He was going to the conductor to wake him up when they to sleep. They took out sightseeing. the train was already in Paris. mexcm. But the men agreed to tell stories on the way up in order to while away the time. You will have to walk up to your room." 30 PUT . but he _ ONE THREE HE 14 floor. naneuamanuue saenaetiuuu. GO 'fHEY 6 KOHlJe CmpOK. "The story I have to tell you is a short one." LEAVE Ynpassneane 12 Ilpouumaume Ilpeotipasyume cnoea. "You may be very angry." This was too bad. It was very late at night.Ynpaacaeaae J 1 Ilpouumaiane mexcm. When the 4 th . Ilpeotipasyiime cnoea. Sanonnume nponycxu nonyuennstuu Cfl06aMU. "I am terribly sorry.

uaneuamanuue _ BIOLOGY DANGER INTEREST animals. Ynompe6ume saenaeuuuu 6 KeaMU. 3 QueenMary history. e 1-te06XOOuMOii Z auuamuuecxoii 0 Me. Ynompe6ume saenaenuuu 6 KeaMU. Ynomperiume saenaetiuuu 6 KeaMU. 31 . I saw the most 5 Ken looked ------6 She was a very before the test. is one of the most people in English 4 During a safari in Kenya last year. writer of the 19th century. 1 My cousin Adam is a famous -' cnoea. FANTASY NERVE SUCCESS 2 The story of Queen Elizabeth I shows that being a princess can be a thing. "tomorrow. is an important cause. uaneuamanttue PRACTICE PROTECT DOCUMENT SLOW VISIT FAME 4 At the end of the marathon.C~OBOONPA30BAHHE YIIp. _ YIIpa~HeHHe 2 WIND BUILD Ilpouumaume npueeoeuuue 1-tU:JICe npeonooceuusi 1-6. I Andrew is very 2 Animal 3 I saw an interesting and hard-working. ------- 5 He wants some about London excursions. FRIEND OWN EXAMINE RAIN INFORM ROMANCE 3 We have got three 4 It often ------- in Scotland in the winter. of a new cafe in the centre of town.!l~HeHHe 1 Ilpouumaume npueeoenuue 1-tU:JICe npeonooceuun 1-8. I My friend Alice is a _______ 2 Marco is an -----------_- cnoea. on TV last night. 6 Her boyfriend is very 7 The weather is ______ 8 The Globe theatre is an amazing and cloudy. in 1947. _ cnoea. YIIpa~HeHHe 3 Ilpouumaiane npueeoeuuue 1-tU:JICe npeonooceuun 1-6. naneuamanuue and honest person. e 1-te06XOOuMOii Z auuamuuecxoii 0 Me. most people ran very 5 6 Roswell became of the museum meet at the entrance. e 1-te06XOOuMOii Z auuamuuecxoii 0 Me.

between three and USUAL types of DIFFER SWIM . They are very good 2 1. the walls are 4 : orange. the walls are a warm brown. Go and visit the Galesteo Inn before its 7------to enjoy. naneuamatotue 3a2Jla611blMU aJvtMamUlJeCKOU The Galisteo Inn in Mexico is an 1 to stay. CJl06a 1-4. 6 lIeo6xoOUMOU 2 aJvtMamUlJeCKOU Saltwater crocodiles live in Australia. : dry dessert and ~_ is horse COLOUR BEAUTY ATTRACT The surrounding landscape is very 5 wonderful big blue skies. Not all types of crocodiles are 4 but saltwater crocodiles DANGER very big . blue and yellow. Outside. and can swim distances of r-r-r- . The 2 place to visit and AMAZE BUILD CARE . YIIpa~HeHHe 5 rises even more and becomes too crowded POPULAR Ilpouumaiane npueeoenuuii lIUJICe mexcm U ynompe6ume 0 :Me. who took their inspiration from local history and tradition. 6 ueotixoouuoii 2 lIUJICe mexcm U ynompe6ume 0 Me. They can adapt to 1 water. Mexico is now becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations. Beginners and more experienced riders are both welcome. 32 . naneuamanuue 3a2Jla611blMU 6 K6aJvtU. They live in rivers and in places near the sea. Inside. It has been 3 by local architects.YIIpa~HeHHe 4 Ilpouumaiime npueeoeuuuii 6 K6aJvtU. Every year they kill one or two people. Many celebrities have their homes there. is restored three hundred years old. One of the main 6 riding through the dessert. CJl06a 1-7. which is an old Spanish hacienda. attack humans. India and Asia. Saltwater crocodiles are 3 five metres long.000 kilometres in the sea.

. e ueotixoouuoii 2 ClMMamUtJeCKOU 0 cMe. ------- naneuamannue POISON SING SUCCESS ACTIVE VIOLENT INmRE FRESH EASY DISAPPOINT DRAMA sportsman when he was younger. many doctors say that if you want to be 8 --'you mustn't eat such things as chips. ACCIDENTAL Chips are now the world's favourite snack However. 1 Most snakes are very ------2 Michael Jackson is one of my favourite 3 He was a very 4 Regular physical 5 Everybody is talking about teenage 6 Mike was badly 7 We asked him to buy in the accident. HEALTH Ynpaacaenae 7 cnoea. A chief in a New York restaurant made the first potato crisps 2------An 3 thinner chips. and HAPPY ANGRY AMAZE TASTE WONDER . he writes plays for the theatre. e Heo6xoOUMOU 2 6 cnoea 1-8. Ilpouumaiane npueeoeuuue nuo«:e npeOJlOJICeHu5i 1-10 u ynompe6ume saznaenetuu 6 KeCIMU. ClMMamUtJeCKOU Potato was an 1 Indian food. but the customer loved them. customer at a restaurant ill New York wanted the chief made them very very thin. naneuamanuue saenaettuuu HUJICe mexcm u ynompe6ume 0 Me.Ynpaacaeune Ilpouumaiane npueeoenuuii 6 KeCIMU. 33 . nowadays. 8 The cinema was almost empty so we ------9 It is very 10 He is a to learn that there will be no dancing. found a seat. 4 It was 5 He said they were 6 7 _ in 1853. baked bread. but there weren't any - AMERICA potatoes in Europe until the Spanish brought them in about 1560. helps you lose weight.

5 It was such a special occasion. but because they are quite old now. it was to come intime! I've been here since I was a child. cycling children grandparents city police birthday office 1 It just makes so much sense . 2 3 4 It's a real struggle to get them ready in time. 1.m.fm06bZ3aKOH1. much better for the environment and can actually be quicker in the rush hour. 6 7 8 They caught the robber red-handed as he left the bank with the money. and leave at about five in the afternoon.. I can't believe I've missed it.. and I really enjoyed having all of my friends and family there.1- JIEKCHKA Ynpaaoreane 1 I Bbz6epume I teetotaller HYJlCl-tOe cnoeo.fUmb ripedflOJICeHU51.. 34 .it's free. I was here on time. They live about a four-hour drive away... OdHO cnoeo nutuuee. and one of them has usually forgotten something! I usually get there at about 9 a. 0 KOM UflU 0 ueu 2oeOpUmc51 e npedflOJICeHu5lX. healthy. but I think it's time for me to move on and try a slower way of life. atheist dyslexic vegan insomniac pacifist A person who . I tryto see them at least once a month. 1 2 3 4 5 can't sleep at night is a(n) -----------------doesn't drink alcohol is a(n) __ doesn't believe in God is a(n) ~ has difficulty spelling correctly is a(n) --'doesn't eat any animal products is a(n) Ynpaacaenne 2 _ ------------------- I Bbz6epume bus HYJlCHOe cnoeo u peulUme.

The man was (1) taller than the woman.08 Robbery of Mare Street Post Office M Stewart I was just getting out of my car.Ynpaacneaae Butiepume nytncuoe cnoeo u petuume. umotiu sanonuume nponycKu e npeoJlOJICellu5lX. He had long black hair. 35 ..05 . DATE: CRIME: WITNESS: 27. The woman was quite small and very slim. stubborn sensible clumsy KaK MOJIClIO 3 naseams ntooeii. He was wearing black (2) _ and he had a long (3) . She was (9) _ a dark blue t-shirt and jeans. but she could run just as fast (6) the man. or worried? is always picking fights with other people? never buys anything for anybody else? gets upset or emotional easily? is always losing things? . She had (7) _ shoulder-length hair and was probably (8) ~ her late teens. 0 xomopux 20eOpUmC51 e absent-minded mean sensitive easy-going argumentative How do you describe someone who . much looked like ponytail contact lenses sunglasses looking lot bald moustache well-built as in wearing putting A man and woman were seen running away from a post office which had just been robbed. Ynpaseuenne 4 I Bb16epume at wavy lIYJIClIoe cnoeo. They were being chased by one or two people who ran out of the post office. running fast down the other side of the street from me. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 always thinks before they act? won't listen to anyone else's suggestions? is always dropping things? never gets upset. This is the report that an eye-witness wrote for the police. He was quite (5) and muscular. a man and a woman.. angry... They both (10) quite scared. He was carrying a red leather bag. He had on a green anorak with badges on the sleeves. when I saw these two people. a beard and a (4) . n eonoocenusx.

..... The aud .. I'd like to send this first class ..... 7..... I am happy! They gave me a pa .and do you have any ofthose special airmail letters? I'm afraid this check-out is only for customers with fewer than ten items.. 6....in particular.. It's all very exciting! The first per . but the en . Everyone got married and they all lived happily ever after! It's the first Shakespeare pl ...and really inspires his act -. 4.. 3..start on Monday.. I like sitting in the front r. 5..... 36 . Some of the cri ...will be good. In general the pl .was terrible. He is a great dir .I Ynpaacaenue I Bbl6epurne HYJlCHOe cnoeo U peUlurne..... I really like the lead sin .. please...... please? Ynpascaenae 6 I Saxonuume cnoea e npedJlOJICeHU51x.{b..himself...app . They should be.. please? Do you have anything to help with a sore throat and runny nose? A large.and the bass guit ......... Reh. It was a new sym . brown loaf and a couple of jam doughnuts..by that Russian com .. 0 KaKUX MaZG3UHaX 5 uoem pel... The best sc....I have seen in the th.. I hope the rev ...was quite original..for ages. BaM oano mouuoe «onuuecmeo 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 6YKe.. a supermarket a shoe sho a greengrocer's a chemist's I only bought these last week and already the heel has come off. 2..-.from the top newspapers were there..-.in the cinema because I like to be really near the scr ...-..the orc-.last night. Could I have a dozen red roses... He actually con . Could you give me a couple of those avocados and a pound of mushrooms. a post office a florist's a baker's 1. 10 They are my favourite pop gr . I've got their last album. We went to a wonderful con .is in eight week's time..in the film is where she escapes.-.-..

6 Did you see on the la . or rules.. Ynpaseneaae 8 Butiepume uyotcnoe cnoeo U petuume... 8 If anything goes wr... I think the shop assi ..in that shop. having a belief in one's own value and abilities..... 12 having or expressing a lower opinion of your own abilities than you deserve. willing to consider new ideas and opinions.and it's got all my cre . and kindness.cards in it. places.teachers. that may be trusted. or not obeying parents. behaving badly. this colour really su . 14 dedicating a lot of time and energy to work...... BaM oano mouuoe «onuuecmeo 6YKe. all parts are fully covered by the one-year guar .-. I'm afraid these trousers are too large around the waist.in the January sa .. or things.. dependable. having a strong desire to be successful. help.... determined and having good will. Do you have a slightly smaller si--? Do you know. 1 There are always good bar . 2 3 4 5 I had to qu ..Ynpaacaeaae 7 I 3aKOH'mme cnoea e npeoJlOJICeJ-IU5lX. and rich.. severe in demanding obedience to rules of behaviour. 13 showing delicate feelings...you. 10 pretty or handsome.gave me $ 1 too much cha . pleasant to look at. powerful. hard-working stubborn naughty loyal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 KaK MOJICl-tO naseams mooeu. Oh.. 37 .. willing to give money....that this shirt is made of si .. 0 «omopux 2oeOpUmC51 e open-minded self-confident attractive modest strict generous reliable ambitious thoughtful sensitive showing that you are thinking deeply..for ages. 11 faithful to people. but the food is very good va .and has to be handwashed? 7 Oh no! I've lost my wal .:.. n eonoxcenusx.

'Your elephant certainly seemed (8) himself. I must say I was surprised he (9)________ the play so much. hopped up to the bar and onto one of the bar stools. ynompe6ue ux cnoeauu e npaeuneuou Joke A tell put call go fell never be .' . (3) and asked him what he wanted to drink.' When he (11) the book the play was based on. So was I. The barman.' 'I'm not surprised.' 38 . over The kangaroo (4) a twenty pound note down on the bar and said he'd have a pint of beer. He (2) a good view. the barman.ask finish do stare come hop I was having a drink in my local pub the other day when to everybody's amazement this pink and purple spotted kangaroo (1) through the door. As he (10) towards the door of the pub. The barman was almost certain that the kangaroo (8) in a pub before and couldn't possibly have any idea of the price of a pint of beer so he (9) him he owed twenty pounds. he didn't like it at all. 'said the kangaroo. he (7) the barman how much he owed him. 9 e matinuue. Everyone (4) _ _ very surprised at how interested the elephant (5) the end of the play the manager of the theatre (6) -to be in the play and at up to the wealthy man and (7) on this. 'As soon as the kangaroo (6) his pint. The barman served him and the kangaroo began to drink his pint. The kangaroo handed over the money and jumped down from his stool.JeCKOU 0 Me. (10) the wealthy man. (12) out to him: 'See you again some time! We don't get many pink and purple spotted kangaroos drinking in this pub.Ynpaseneaae Sanonnume nponycxu e npedJlO:JICeIiU5lX 2 aMMamUl. 'considering that you charge twenty pounds for a pint!' JokeB have seem be go sit reserve enjoy remark like read reply A wealthy man (1) the best seats so they could (3) in the theatre with his pet elephant. who (2) his best not to show how astonished he was. you know. who (11) a bit guilty about overcharging him so much. All the other customers (5) in disbelief.

c His family are pretty well off. my throat's a bit dry. He's as thick as two. i What a fantastic holiday! j I'm knackered. but all good things must come to an end. e I think Tony was a bit tipsy last night. either.short planks. 8 OK. too. aren't they? d You must have hit the roof when she told you'd crashed your car. b I'm absolutely dying for a drink. yes. I was a bit upset. 1-13 e KOJlOHKe B. B 1 Yes. too. 9 Well. I'm terrified of it. 39 . Can we stop for a rest? k He invited quite a few friends to his party. 3 Yes. must we? 7 I'll say. 2 You're not kidding. umotn« npomueonocmaeume no CMblCJlY a b c d e f g_ h i j_ k I m - A a I'm starving. fI can't stand the sight of him. that journey was absolute hell! m They've got this huge great dog called Wizzer. They're absolutely loaded] 12 I must admit. It is a bit wet. 10 I suppose it did take rather a long time to get here. I'm a little peckish. I could eat a horse. I'm not too keen on him.m U3 KOJlOHKU A. I Well. it was a nice little break. I mast say.YIIpa~HeHHe 10 Butiepume HYJlCHOe npeOJlOJICeHUe n eOJlOJICeHU51 a . 4 What! He was totally smashed out of his brain! S What? That little thing wouldn't hurt a fly! 6 I know. 13 Yes. We had to fight our way through millions of people to get to their drinks. but we mustn't grumble. is he? h Look at the weather! It's vile again. g He isn't very bright. 11 You can say that again. I feel a bit out of breath.

IIIIChMO POSTCARDS Ynpaacaenae 1 Ilpouumaiime omxpmmxy u otipamume 6HUMaHue ee sanonuenue. WE 6 4FR. na Dear Mom and Dad! I'm having a great time here in London. CJIe)]. On Saturday we are going to a barbecue party near Wimbledon.OHe nonpyre no nepenacxe . Anna Emily and Don Smith 34 Grove Road Liverpool LY26TX England Ynpaacaeuae cotiapaerecs B 3HH (Ann) M C006rn. Miss you. Yesterday we visited the Tower of London and walked along the streets.MTe ell ary HOBOCTb. Tomorrow we are going to Covent Garden where I hope I'll buy some presents for you. IIOqTOBbIll KO)].OMe 2 no ynaue Winston 40 . I have a lot of things to do. We are staying at a nice hotel. Avenue.eM MeC5Iu. I think it will be great.e RbI 2 OTKPbITKY B B JIOH)]. HanMIIIMTe 3HH )J(MBeT B JIoH)].YIOrn. )]. 06 amume ocotioe 6HUMaHue uanucauue ad eca. Bbl516Umenpa6UJla3anOJlHeHU51 ua noootiuux oms: umo«.OH.

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Indian. B saoauuu 'kinecume ceou omeemei e maiinuuy. Ycmauoeume dallllblMU 1-6 U ymeepocoenusuu. If you like small shops. See Big Ben and the houses of Parliament.. French. the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square has a beautiful collection of paintings. the Tower of London. 06031laLtalOUfYlO ymeepocoeuue mOJlbKO OOUHpas. TEKCTbI. where there are several large department stores.. there is an attractive shopping centre in Covent Garden. . London has many excellent restaurants.There are a lot of things to see and to do in London. Here are some ideas. Bu ycnsuuume umotiu 031laKOMUmbC51C saoanunuu.HPOBAHIDI Ynpaseneaae 1 Bu ycnuuiume 20eop51Ufe20 6 eucxasueauuu. serving food from almost every country in the world. 'Greek . Chinese.. sanucs oeaxcou. People come from all over the world to visit the British Museum. Go to Oxford Street. 1 London has many beautiful old buildings and monuments. which stand on the River Thames near Westminster Abbey. And London has over 100 street markets. Now we are ready to start.JUIAY. Paul's Cathedral too. You can hear excellent jazz at Ronnie Scott's club in Soho.l1. Welcome to London. ecms OOHOnutuuee ymeepotcoeuue. and so has the Tate Gallery in Westminster. I 45 . For art lovers. Hcnonseyume KaJICdylO 6YKey._ You have 20 seconds to check your answers.. go to a concert at the Royal Albert Hall or the Royal Festival Hall.l1. London is well known for its many theatres: try and get tickets for the National Theatre.-. coomeemcmeue MeJICdy euctcasueanustuu e cnucxe A-G. try food at Italian. Go down the river to . sometimes it's hard to find an English restaurant. . You will hear the text again. a modem building containing three theatres on the south bank of the Thames. and visit St. Y eac ecms 20 cexyuo. Go to Soho or Charlotte Street. If you like classical music. one of the most exciting cities in the world . 2 3 4 5 6 I .

And at the end of the festival there was a very interesting ceremony of awarding the bard ofthe year. Ycmanoeume coomeemcmeue ymeepocoenuii 1-7 cOOepJICaHUlO mexcma. What is this altar stone used for? The Chief Druid stepped on the altar stone and made a long speech in Welsh. FALSE. umotiu 03HaKOMUmbC51 C 3aOaHU5lMu. Ynpaseneaae 3 46 .Ynpaacaeuae 2 Bu YCJlblLUUme paszoeop oeyx opyseii 0 diecmueane. Were there any songs or poems performed? Yes. Bta YCJlblLUUme sanucs OeaJICObl. besides I've never been to Wales. A great number of songs and poems. You will hear the text again. Is it an old custom to hold this festival? Oh. Have you ever attended Eisteddfod? No. eCJlU OHO coomeemcmeyem COOepJICaHUlO mexcma. eCJlU e mexcme Hem mO'lHOU UHpOpMalfUU. Omuemsme KaJICOOe ymeep. there were. I like ancient traditions. Y eac ecms 20 cexyno. I think I should go there next year. specially made for the occasion. We got up early in the morning and went to a large grassy field just outside the town. eCJlU OHO He coomeemcmeyem UJlU NOT STATED. yes! The streets were full of people and in the field there was a large crowd round a circle of big stones with an 'altar stone' in the middle. It was the Crown.scoenue TRUE. I didn't understand a word of it but the audience loved it. and there are records of competitions for Welsh poets and musicians in the 12thcentury. Were there many people there? Oh. Now we are ready to start. yes. You mean the winner of the competition? Yea. When did you attend it last? This year when my uncle invited me to stay at his house in Caernarvon. When is it held? Annually early in August. You have 20 seconds to check your answers. This tradition dates back to early history. What is it? It's the most exciting Welsh traditional festival devoted to music and poetry. He was awarded the prize. I haven't.

The version played by Europeans and Americans today travelled through Iran to Italy and Spain and it was there by about 1000 AD. This is a short talk about the journey we travelling up North to view the beautiful Dongara to Monkey Mia. I'm sure you are all familiar with the wonderful game of chess. Staunton was an English chess master in the mid 1800s and he designed the chess pieces we use today all over the world. Shark Geraldton. but there is some evidence that chess could go back 2000 years.15 am on April 17th and returning to Perth at about 8. The rules of standard chess are fixed and internationally agreed upon. You will hear the text again. Port Gregory and Northampton are going. including the Pinnacles. Our packed journey will last 5 days . Bay. Then we will visit a number of beautiful beaches before arriving at Monkey Mia. Y eac ecms 50 cetc HO. we think chess hasits origin from either in Afghanistan or in what is now northern India and dates from some time before 600 AD. The game was taken to Scandinavia by the Vikings and it had reached Central Europe by 1400 AD. On our return we'll stop in before we return to Perth. and finally Kalbarri. Another variation is played in China. Sameu npocnytuaume mexcm U nocmapaiimecs ycnuuiams HYJlCHylOutapopuauuio. lJm06bl 03HaKOMUmbC51 3aoaHURMu. Cnauana nooyuaume.30 pm on the 20th of April. To restrict the length of game and limit the time which players spent on each move. The first official chess tournament was in 1866 in London. That's the oldest written reference to the game. Y 6ac ecmb 20 ceryHo. One variation of chess is called Shogi and is played in Japan. where are we off to? Well. Ynpaaeneane 47 5 . C Now we are ready to start.leaving Perth at 6. Sanecume C60U omeemu 6 ma6flUlfY. but there are some variations to the rules in various parts of the world. First. You will hear the text again. where you will be able to touch and feed dolphins as well as take a boat trip to view dungeons in the wild. Y OR have 20 seconds to check your answers. umotiu osnaxouumscn C saoanusuu. they used a particular type of clock known as a 'sand clock '. «axyto wUjJOPMalfUlO6aM HYJlCHO ycnsuuams npu npOCflYUlU6aHUUU sanutuume ee 6 npaeyto xonousy. But have you ever thought about where it carne from and when? Well. You have 20 seconds to check your answers. Danham. Ynpassnenne 4 Ilpocnytuaiime onucanue nymeuiecmeus no notiepeocuo Aecmpanuu U omeemsme na eonpocu 1-7. we'll be sights of Western Australia. Bbl YCflblUlume 3anUCb 06aJICObl. Now we are ready to start. On the way we will stop at a number of tourist sites including the Pinnacles. Let's first look at the rules.Bu ycnutuume paCCKG3 0 npOUCXOJICOeHUUuepu 6 'tuaxuamu. The rules haven't changed since then. which is a fascinating collection of geological formations created by wind erosion. The chess pieces we use today are known as Staunton pieces. Bu cnutuume sanucs 06aJICObl.

But there was one serious problem: they did not eat the beetles. You have 20 seconds to check your answers. and some people would say.Ilpocnyuiaiane omeemsme saeesenuux JlCUeOmHblX e Aecmpanuto U umo npOU30UlJlO nOmOM U 1-7. many of which were actually brought to Australia in the 19th and 20th centuries. for example the kangaroo and the koala. So they decided to import the sugar cane toad to kill the beetles and took one hundred of them from Hawaii. It is a large. And the reason for this was that toads lived on insects that they found on the ground. very ugly species of toad. It lives in the cane and drops eggs onto the ground around the plant. Bu ycnuuuume sanucs OeaJICObl. Another animal introduced by the settlers was the fox for the fox hunting. It was imported to Australia by the sugar cane farmers in 1935 to reduce the amount of the beetle which kills the sugar cane plant. brought originally by the early settlers for food. 48 . As predicted the toads started to breed successfully and there were many of them in a short time. In fact they never come into contact with each other . While Australia is famous for its many wonderful native animals. Perhaps the most well known introduced animal is the rabbit. But one of the most unusual animals ever brought here was the cane toad. And the cane beetle lives on the top of the cane plant and toads don't need to eat them. The cane beetle is the natural enemy of the sugar cane plant. In the beginning of the zo" century there was a great population of cane beetles in Australia and farmers decided to get rid of them. You will hear the text again. it also has some less attractive animals. paCCKG3 0 na eonpocu Now we are ready to start. So the cane toad has turned useless in the natural environment of Australia. . umotiu 03HaKOMUmbC51C saoauusuu. Y eac ecms 30 cexyno.

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Now we are ready to start. I: Today we will talk about the International Space Station. It is a laboratory 350 kilometres above the Earth. But what exactly is it and who is behind it? We welcome Dr Ritcher who is a specialist in space research. Delighted to be here. Dr Ritcher, Who is behind the venture? The International Space Station is a joined venture between America, Russia, Japan, Canada, Brazil and the fifteen nations of theEuropean Space Agency. So that's ... 18, 19, twenty countries inalL Yes, that's correct. And on the top of that, it's the largest and most expensive international project in history. And could you tell us how much it costs? Now we're looking at 150 billion . And what size is it? Well ... it measures 108 metres across and 88 metres long with almost half a hectare of solar panels. And it has 6 scientific laboratories. You say laboratories. What is happening there? Well, we have a team of astronaut-scientists working in the labs. Research includes studying life in low gravity, the nature of space, observations of the Earth from space to improve our maps. Also we are still trying to understand a state of gravity, how people eat, drink or sleep in a state of weightlessness. And of course we are studying the long term mental effects on the
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What does the day of an astronaut look like? Well, the first thing in the morning is to ensure that everything works well. Then astronauts have breakfast, which is followed by a daily coriference. Then astronauts have some spare time and some of them read, some listen to CDs and so on. Each day astronauts have two hours for exercises - it's a must have! Sundays are for rest and communication, and astronauts have video conferences with their families back on Earth. Thank you for the. talk, Dr Ritcher.

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. npocsmarsca HOCHTh rrJIaKaTh nsmrpsraa'rr. KaqaTh. '. Translation MeCTH rryxHyTh.YQHTh pBaTh paccxassmars ~yMaTh 6pocaTh CTyrraTh rrOHHMaTh 6Y~HTh. torn told thought / thrown trodden understood woken worn wept won wound written 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 3aBO~HTh(QaChI)."CH. paasraxnaa'rt.Xl! Infinitive sweep swell swim swing take teach tear tell think throw tread understand wake wear weep win wind write Past Indefinite swept swelled swam swung took taught tore told thought threw trod understood woke wore wept won wound wrote Past Participle swept swollen swum swung taken taught ~ ~. 58 .pa3~yBaThc~ 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 nnanart. BHThCH nacars . 6paTh o6YQaTh.

BoBaTb . JIHTbCH JIeTaTb KJIaCTb.i. . 59 . "''''' j.JIaJJ. lIaJJ.DIFFICULT CASES Infinitive Past Indefinite Past Participle Translation 1 2 3 to fall to feel to fill to flow to fly to lay to lie to lie to leave to live -if" fell felt filled flowed flew laid lay lied left lived raised / fallen felt filled flowed flown laid lain lied .HarrOJIHHTb Teqb.aTb qYBcT.HHMaTb IIOJJ.IRREGULAR VERBS .HTb - 4 5 6 7 8 9 left lived raised risen struck stroked .HHMaTbCH fiIfTb.yJJ. 10 11 12 to raise to rise to strike to stroke rose struck stroked 13 14 .apHTb [. IIOJIO)KHTb JIe)KaTb JI['aTb ye3)KaTb )KHTh IIOJJ.

aQH (conepacanae) OpraHH3a'_'HH TeKCTa Bannsr K1 3a. B 3a. HapYIIIeHII5I nonyiueau npn 1 pesn. TO nponepxe nO.aHIIII.aHHe He BbIllOJlHeHO: pacxpsrrsr acnexrsr.AHHE C1 (MaKcHMYM 8 6aJlJlOB) Pemenae KOMMYHHKaTHBHoii 3a.IOTC5I nacsua. pacxpsrrsr.2l.bI. 0 *IIpH nOJlYQeHHH 0 6aJlJlOB no KpHTepHIO «Conepacanne» sanaune C1 onennnaerca B 0 6aJlJlOB. TO aanauue o'_'eHHBaeTCH B 0 6aJlJlOB.2l. B o<popMJIeHIIII IIMe.2l. CTIIJIeBOrO orpaaaxea. 3a. TeKCT He 2 azrpecara.CTBa .KPHTEPHH O:QEHHBAHIDI BhITIOJIHEHIDI 3A)1.2l.aHIIII. rrlICbMO He .2l.aHIIII.CTB JIOrlIqeCKOH: pacxpsrrsr. 513bIKOBbIe IICrrOJIb30BaHbI Cpe. rrplIH5ITOrO B crpane 1I3yqaeMOrO 513bIKa. .bI.aQH.2l. 70 CJlOB. TeKCT pasztenen na a63aU. YKaJaHHbIe B TeKCTe OTCYTCTByeT orpopsoreno. JIOrIIKa.2l. ECJlH 06'beM MeHee 60 .He IIMeIOTC5I HapymeHII5I o<popMJIeHII5I IIMeIOTC5I OIIIII6KII B IICrrOJIb30BaHIIII CB5I31I.AHHH C PA3BEPHYThIM OTBETOM Cl 3A)l.J1e~aT TOJlbKO 100 CJlOB C coorae'rcrnytouteti onenxoti no peurenaro KOMMYHHKaTHBHoii 3a.2l.JI5I l ace acnexrsr. .2l. odiopuneaae TeKCTa cooraercrsyer nopxraanacssreanoro 3TIIKeTa.2l. QaCTHQHO: nexoropsre acnexrsi. cneunansmae B 3a. ECJlH 06'beM fionee 110 CJlOB.aHHe BblnOJlHeHO nOJlHOCTblO: YKaJaHHbIe TeKcT JIOrIlqHO K2 ssrcrpoerr.2l.2l.eJIeHIIII TeKCTa na a63aU.eJIII BbICKaJbIBaHII5I nepeziasn JIOrlIqeCKOH: CB5I31I. Banamtc YKaJaHHbIe BbIllOJlHeHO ncerna JIOrlIqHO BbICIpoeH. 1I3 BbI60p OIIIII6KII Cpe. He . CTIIJIeBOe otpopxrneaae pe-ra BbI6paHo rrpaBIIJIbHO C y-reroxr II u. B 3a.

He saztane. o 61 . xoropue 3aTpY.JIeKcHKo-rpaMMaTHQeCKOe nHChMeHHOrO o4JopMJIeHHe Op4Jorpa4JHH nyHKTyaU. ornem. npocrsre ornensnsre oprporpaqnrrccxnc II O1l1I6KII. HCrrOJIb30BaHa pa3JIIIQHbIe OIIIII6KII rrpaKTIIQeCKII 3 pasaooopaanaa JIeKCIIKa (npocrne II II CJIO)J(HbIe) rpaMMaTIIYIeCKlIe CTPYKTYPbI B COOTBeTCTBlI1I KOMMYHIIKaTIIBHOM rrOCTaBJIeHHOM BCTpeYIaIOTC5l CJIOB.orrymensr MHOrOYIIICJIeHHbIe JIeKCIIQeCKIIX e.ll.orrYIIIeHbI JIeKCIIQeCKIIX e.H5leT TeKCTa.eHbI rrYHKTyaIIIIII. xoropsre TeKCTa. He 1 KOJIIIYIeCTBO 5l3bIKOBbIX -MorYT rrpeII5lTCTBYIOT rrOHIIMaHIIIO Hexoropsre TeKCTa.aYIeM. IIpOCTbIe npeanoaceana HCrrOJIb30BaHO rpaMMaTIIYIeCKII OrpaHIIYIeHHOe rrpaBIIJIbHbI. sana-ry.ll. JIeKcIIKorpaMMaTIIYIeCKlIe OTCYTCTBYIOT. Oll1I6KII sarpynaars KOJIIIQeCTBO Oll1I6KII rrOHHMaHlIe HCrrOJIb30BaHO xpaiine OrpaHIIYIeHHOe . B IIeJIOM COOTBeTCTBYIOIIIlIe rrYHKTyaIIHOHHbIe rrOCTaBJIeHHOM KOMMYHIIKaTIIBHOM .ll.nsre Oll1I6KII B yrrOTPe6JIeHIIII 2 rpaMMaTIIQeCKIIX CTPYKTYP. 3HaYIIITeJIbHOe saztarre.H5lIOT rrOHIIMaHlIe TeKCTa. KOJIIIYIeCTBO rpaMMaTIIYIeCKlIe .IIHIIII II CTPYKTypbI.ll.IIHIIII II MHOrOYIIICJIeHHbIe He rr03BOJI5lIOT BbIIIOJIHIITb KOMMYHIIKaTIIBHYIO rrOCTaBJIeHHYIO oprporparpasccxae Oll1I6KII II He rrpaBIIJIa YITO rrOHIIMaHlIe C06JIIO.HH H BhICKa3hIBaHHH JiaJIJIhI HCrrOJIb30BaHa pa3JIIIqHbIe CTPYKTypbI K3 pasaoofipasnaa K4 JIeKCIIKa II II CJIO)J(HbIe) rpaMMaTIIYIeCKlIe B COOTBeTCTBlI1I (npocrsre C rrOCTaBJIeHHOM KOMMYHIIKaTIIBHOM 3a.ll.ll. 3aTPY.ll.ll.[(orryIIIeHo OIIIH6oK.

3MAHHR C2 .HiicH npa nessoncrpapyer pesenoro C naprueposc nJIOXO ctlJopMHpoBaHHhIe HaBhIKH H YMeHHH B3aHMO.l1.eHHH ztocrnrnyra. 2 C cmyauaeii cofimonaer osepezmocrs npn o6MeHe perrJIHKaMH.HHKOM (conepacanae ) . xopoume pesesoro naprueposr: nonnepacars B3aHMO. 3a. COQHOKYJIbTYPHble 3HaHIDI .n:aHHH acnexrsr 6bIJIH pacxpsrrsr B BbICKa3bIBaHHH) .lJ.. scerzra MO)l(eT nonnepzsars 1 sarpyznrserca sanpanraaars HH<popMaQHIO.K5 (C2) IK5 (C3) JiaJIJIhI K6 (C2) IK6 (C3) Banaanc nOJIHOCThlO BhIDOJIHeHO: QeJIb ofimenaa ztocrarnyra.eiicTBHe c06eCe. BhIDOJIHeHO: QeJIb 06IlI.eMOHcTpHpyeT HaBhIKH H YMeHHH Banauue .l1.l1.eMOHcTpHpyeT orpamrseaaon 06'beMe.l1.eiicTBHH C COQHOKYJIbTypHble B cooTBeTcTBHH YMeeT naxars. rrOHHMaHHH cofieceztaaxa.n:aHHOM 06'beMe (see nepesncneansre B 3a.aHHe BhIDOJIHeHO qaCTHqHO: QeJIb YqaIIJ.» (MaKcHMYM 12 6aJIJIOB) C Peurenae KOMMYHHKaTHBHoii B3aHMO. QeJIb 06IlI.eHHH.l1. resaa pacxpsrra B 3a. H 3aKOHqHTb fiecerry.l1.n:OCTHrHYTa. B He fiecerry.eHIDI YqaIIJ. I .aHHe He BhIDOJIHeHO: He .eHHe 62 .eve.HiicH . He scerna C06JIIO. HO HMeIOTCH rrp06JIeMbI HCrrOJIb30BaHbI B COOTBeTCTBHH C cHTyaQHeii:·o6IlI.l1.eHHH. pacxpsrra He B B OCHOBHOM 3HaHHH HCrrOJIb30BaHbI 06IlI. 3HaHHH Marro COQHOKYJIbTypHble xoponnre HaBhIKH H YMeHHH pe-reaoro B3aHMO.eHIDI. 3 HCrrOJIb30BaHbI B COOTBeTCTBHH C crrryanneii 06IlI. HO reva rrOJIHOM ofir.eHHH YqaIIJ. ~a.n:aeT oaepeznrocrs 06MeHe perrJIHKaMH.HiicH B u:eJIOM 06IlI.C3 sanaxa .n:ocTHrHYTa.eiicTBHH 0 He YMeeT CrpOHTb zraanortraecxoe 06IlI. B HO 'rexra pacxpsrra .l1.eiicTBHH C naprneposr.

eJIbHbIe OIII1l6Kll.SIIOT 2 xoropsre nomoramre. 63 . PIiCYHOK. Y"lJa:rn.llHC.orrYCKaIOTC.SI ~eMOHCTPlipyeT 60JIbIIIOH CJIOBapHbIH sanae II ' nnaneuae paaaooopaansnra rpaMMaTll"lJeCKliMli OT.aHHe ou. nnoxo BocnpHHHMaeTCB He n03BOJlBeT BLIllOJlHHTL na cnyx KOJIll"lJeCTBa II rrOCTaBJIeHHYIO KOMMYHllKaTllBHYIO sanarry. nOHBTHa: He . ~orry:rn.lJ.SITC.n. nOCTaBJleHHOH KOMMYHHKaTHBHOH sanase. 3a.SI C06JIIO. 113-3a 60JIbIIIOrO cpOHeMaTll"lJeCKliX OIIIll6oK HerrpaBllJIbHOrO npoaaneceana 3BYKOB.eHbI He 3aTpy.n.llHc. IICrrOJIb3yeMbIH MaTepllaJI B nexcaxo-rpaeoaartrsecrcair nenosr COOTBeTcTByeT Pe-n. MHorliX 0 C2 (TeMaTHQeCKOe MOHOJlOrHQeCKOe BLICKa3LIBaHHe) KpHTepHBM K5-K8 (MaKCHMaJlbHOe KOJlHQeCTBO OaJlJlOB .H.SI 1 noamraane.eHHBaeTCB no Banauue C3 (mraaor-paccnpoc) KOJlHQeCTBO OaJlJlOB - ou.6 OaJlJlOB).n.SI cpOHeMaTll"lJeCKlie OIIIIl6Kll. rrpaaansasra mrronannonaraa snyxa B OIII1l6Kll.aeTc. ctpytcrypaxur. OIIIH6Kll Yqa:rn.SI ztenaer I1JIIi ztonycxaer MHOrO"lJllCJIeHHbIe npaicrasecxa see npasansno. .JIeKcHKo-rpaMMaTH'IeCKOe - o4>opMJleHHe llPOH3HOCHTeJlLHaB pe'lH K7 (C2) I K7 (C3) IICrrOJIb3yeMbIH nexcmco-rpavvara-recxari MaTepllaJI COOTBeTcTByeT nOCTaBJleHHOH KOMMYHHKaTHBHOH pe-ru K8 (C2) I K8 (C3) CTOpOHa Iiana LI sana-re.eHHBaeTCB no KpHTepHBM K5-K8 (MaKCHMaJlLHOe 6 OaJlJlOB). IICrrOJIb3yeMbIH MaTepllaJI JIeKCllKO-rpaMMaTll"lJeCKIiH Pe-n.n. sarpyznraronrae rrOTOKe pesra rrp01l3HOC.

CO.D:JI5I Y. : . .D:EHHE AY.D:HPOBAHHE qTEHHE rPAMMATHKA H JIEKCHKA .l1.D:HPOBAHI151 A OTBETbI LIST OF IRREGULAR VERBS IRREGULAR VERBS . .EP)KAHlIE BBE. ~ ~ 3 5 10 25 31 34 40 CJIOBOOEPA30BAHHE JIEKCHKA IIHCbMO TEKCTbI .n:AHHH C PA3BEPHYTbIM OTBETOM Cl 60 64 .DIFFICULT CASES KPHTEPHH OI(EHHBAHIDI BbIIIOJIHEHIDI 45 : 50 53 59 3A.

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