3. How many grown-ups are there in your family besides you?
4. Are your children grown-up or are they still young?
a) Use a synonym.
I. He had a wonderful ability to make difficult things seem clear and simple. 2. Simple food will never do you any harm. 3. There was nothing particular about her face. 4. I prefer simply made dresses for eVery day.
1. На ней было простое платье. 2. Причина совершенно ясна. 3. У него простое лицо. 4. Объясните мне, пожалуй ста, все простыми словами.
a) Make up sentences, using the English equivalents of the following, невинные глаза, невинная улыбка, невинный человек one's people
a) Answer these questions.
1. Whom can one call one’s people?
2. Do your people live with you?
3. How often do you write to your people?
sense, sensible, to make sense
1. You should have the sense not to go in for sport at the expense of your health. 2. Mrs Brown was an uneducated woman, but her common sense helped her bring up her children properly. 3. Mr Winkle tried to say
something, but he was so excited that his words didn’t make sense.
I. Мысль показалась мне разумной. 2. Он благоразум ный человек. 3. Мы примем любое предложение, если оно будет разумно.
c) Make up sentences of your own.
to take after one’s father — to have a sense of responsibi lity; to have no sense of humour — to feel hurt; a sense of duty — to set an example; to make no sense — to have to