9. Why didn’t Rosemary give her husband the true reason for sending the girl away?
10. Why did Rosemary ask her husband whether she was pretty?
11. What would have happened to the girl if she hadn’t had a cup of tea?
12. What would Rosemary have done if her husband hadn’t said that the girl she had picked up was extremely pretty?
II. Retell the text: a) without details in 2—3 minutes, b) as Mr Fell (Mrs Pell, the shopman, Miss Smith, the footman).
III. Dramatize the following episodes.
1. Rosemary speaking to the shopman.
2. Rosemary speaking to the girl in the street and at home.
3. Rosemary speaking to her husband in her bedroom and in the library.
IV. Describe (the appearance, character, clothes, way of life):
a) Rosemary Fell (well-off, to speak several languages, pretty, blue-eyed, modern, slender, to do one’s hair, in the latest fashion, to have nothing to do with, extremely, amazingly, to show good taste, to care for, to afford, to waste, (not) to deny oneself)
b) Miss Smith (slim, pretty, regular features, dark-haired, dark-eyed, straight little nose, shabby clothes, old-fash ioned, to rush, to do without, to have an effect on, to tell on, to deny oneself, to stand, to be unable to control oneself)
c) Philip (well-built, tall, handsome, to wear, fashionable, strong-willed, gay, a sense of humour, intelligent, well- off, to ride in a car, to afford, to spend, to admire, pretty, to be in charge of)
V. Speak on the following topics.
1. Philip and Rosemary Get to Know Each Other
to play tennis, to train for a competition, (not) to take notice of, to attract one’s attention, a sign of good nature, to find charming, to admire, to care for, a convenient moment, to share opinions, to fall in love, to announce an engagement (помолвка), to get married, to send greetings, to congratulate