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СКАЧАТЬ Бонк Н.А., Левина И.И., Бонк И.А. Английский шаг за шагом. (Курс для начинающих в 2-х т.) Text + Audio

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2.    to be a stranger, not to know the way, to see, to go towards, to find out

3.    to have to, to find out, to look (go) through, to work till, to go on with

4.    to go to a restaurant, to take a nice table, to ask for a menu, to order dinner

5.    to listen to music, to get home late, not to want to go to bed, to go to sleep

VI. Составьте небольшие рассказы, нспользуя следующие слова.

1.    A Voyage

to make a voyage, the sea, to sail north (south, etc.), in the direction of (towards), to hear, strange, the weather, to reach, it took us ..., to save, to thank

2.    A Journey

to travel by car, to the North, not to know the way, for the first time, to find out, I wonder if you could ..., to have to stop for the night, in the woods, to be cross (with), no food to eat, to be hungry, not to be able to go to sleep, to reach, to go on with the journey

VU. Прочитайте и перескажите следующий текст. Обсудите его.

One evening several tourists who were staying at a hotel in Manchester were having dinner in the hotel restaurant. Fish was brought and while they were eating it, some of them told interesting stories about finding rings and other things inside fish..An old man who had only listened to their stories and never spoken a word, suddenly said that he would like to tell them an interesting story, too. And this is what he told them:

“When I was a young man, I lived in New York and was going to marry a beautiful young girl whose name was Alice. About two months before our marriage I was sent to England for a fortnight. I went to say goodbye to Alice and gave her a ring. She gave me hers and said that she would be waiting for me. But I had to stay in England six months, and not a fortnight as I had planned. Late in September my work was done at last and I was able to leave for New York.

Next morning, when I was already aboard the steamer, I was looking through the morning newspaper, and whdt do you think I saw? Alice was going to marry another man! I couldn’t believe my eyes, but it was true. I was so angry that I threw her ring into the sea.