-iл тревожные голоса на реке я понял, что кто-то утонул.
Он тоже стал нырять.
XVII. Перескажите текст, употребляя актнаную лексику урока.
On the Skating-Rink
Katherine f'kaeGrin] was late, and MacGregor [mak' дгедэ] sat on a bench on the skating-rink, waiting for her. He was blue with cold even though he was trying to warm himself. At last Katherine arrived, carrying two pairs ol skating boots. MacGregor stood up quickly and nearly slipped on the ice. He looked at her and smiled a little, nol knowing what to expect of her.
"You look so serious. Here are your skatesshe said ■mng down on the bench.
*rWnk you.” He sat down near her.
‘Do you really want to skate?” He glanced at the boots w из hand. She didn’t look up.
‘ЪЪа( else?” she said.
*1 wanted to talk to you,” he said again.
*Cfc. What about?” she repeated, kvas surprised. “Isn’t there anything to talk about?” ЬЬегше seemed to take no notice of his words.
■^n’re certainly very serious this morning,” she said. ■acGregor tried again. “It’s difficult to explain all Katherine.”
it do you want to explain?” She stood up on her
**trself to begin with,” he said. He took off one of aoocs. He didn’t hurry. It took him rather a long time -кай on one of the skating boots.
“ffs very important for both of us,” he said. “You see...” Come on,” she interrupted. “Get your skates on.”
I don’t want to skate,” he said with as much control as
irei’t you going to try?”
A sugle look at MacGregor was enough to show Ка не that he wouldn’t be able to make a single step on dkates. Yet she didn’t stop him, even though she wan
es standing up, but he wasn’t smiling, on,” she said.
■e aioved forward and immediately fell on the ice. Kjekerine laughed.