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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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Учебник английского языка
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walk, take, turn

go, come, run





go, come, look, run, give,

turn, take walk, run

Stage II

to hurt, to feel hurt

a)    Translate.

1. Nick hurt his leg on the skating-rink. 2. Though Mr Winkle fell on the ice, he wasn’t hurt (he didn’t hurt himself).

3. These shoes are too small for you. I am afraid they will hurt you when you walk. 4. Does your finger still hurt you?

5. It hurts the eyes to look at the sun. 6. He felt hurt when he heard what they said. 7.1 do hope what I said didn’t hurt you (your feelings).

b)    Complete.

1. Being quite an inexperienced skier. Peter ... 2. Jane was the first to run up to Ann when she ... 3. I can’t write, because my finger ... 4. She bought the shoes in spite of the fact that ... 5. Jack didn’t want to shake hands with Alec, because... 6. Though the child had a bad fall he...

c)    Translate.

1. Я надеюсь, ребенок не ушибся. 2. У вас все еще болят глаза? 3. Где он ушиб руку? 4. Я уверен, он не хотел вас обидеть.

to put up with

a)    Practise aloud.

I. I won’t put up with that attitude! 2. You’ll have to put up with the upper berth. 3. How can you put up with it?

b)    Complete.

1. There were no good seats left and we... 2.1 didn’t like staying at the hotel, but... 3. There were no double rooms vacant at the hotel, and we...

c)    Make up sentences, using the following.

(not) to put up with — to expose; one’s attitude to one’s work — to put up with; to be impressed — to put up with the expense 38