to behave, to be trained, to wear, to consider, to be responsible, to keep away from, to be easy (difficult, impossible, etc.) to deal with, to bring up, to grow up, (not) to get into trouble, the result was ...
V. Describe: a) Henry Cowperwood’s day,b) Uncle Seneca’s life In Cuba,
c) Frank Cowperwood’s school day.
VI. Make up situations of your own.
1. The Work of a Young Doctor
a young doctor, the position of an assistant, to turn down, a distant village, to take a great interest in, as, time, to pass, to gain experience, to be pleasant to deal with, to get to know, to get convinced, to look upon, skilled, reliable, to be praised highly, not to put up with faults
2. A Film Festival
to be held, a number of, to enjoy, to be represented, to look forward to, to be of great interest to, to suggest an ex change, most of, to be pleased with, to be a success, to be praised highly, not to put up with faults
3. Now My Friend Became a Pianist
to be fond of music, to go to concerts, to prefer, frequent ly, not to be trained, to learn more, to be displeased with oneself, to hesitate, shy, to have trouble with, to persuade oneself, to gain, wide experience, to realize one’s ambition, to be praised for
VII. Retell this text and discuss the questions following it.
Robert Gains Some Life Experience (from “The Green Years” by Cronin)
At the beginning of January Mama1 received a letter. She gave a cry of joy. “From Adam. He’s coming on Satur day at one o’clock. On business...”
Adam wasn’t a frequent visitor to the house. He had been
Robert Shannon ['rsbat 'Jaenan] lost bolh his parents at an early age, and was brought up in the family of his grandparents whom he was told to call Papa and Mama.