Sat Look through the Ambassador Theater flier and choose the right answer. Look through the fliers of the helicopter flights, the Guggenheim Museum and the Rockefeller Center. Which of the sights Which places of interest in New York would you like to visit? Try to guess; Which sights did the friends actually visit? What did they decide not to do? Listen to the speaker and check your answers.
Be careful with the articles. New York is on the Another name for New York is It consists of five boroughs The heart of New York is It has a lot of One of them is the Empire State Building. It is the tallest Those who are interested in theater will be able to enjoy different musicals and shows on The fastest way to see New York is by You need to buy a Start this year's vocabulary.
Learn to put useful words into groups. Copy the scheme and fill it in with words from the fliers. In BrE this means the third of October. In AmE it means the tenth of March. Write down some dates in numbers. Then read them to your partner in any order you choose. Your partner should match the dotes with the descriptions from the game. Model: A: the 21st of October B: Is that your birthday?
A : Yes, it is. Read the text for detail and be ready to work with the map. Try to guess what the letters NY in the address stand for. On what date are the friends writing the letter? Explain your answers. We started it the way Americans do too. Our first days in New York have been very busy, so this letter will be short. It has a very clever system of streets and avenues.
Streets run east to west across the island and are often called cross-streets, while avenues run north to south down the island. First, we took the subway to the city centre. There was a long queue to get to the top and after that we also wasted some time on an expensive attraction called Skyride on the 2nd floor of the Empire State Building.
The advert made the ride look like fun, but the ride itself was just a short film about New York. We had a quick look at Rockefeller Center and some other famous skyscrapers and took the subway to Whitehall Street.
From there we caught the ferry to Staten Island to see the Statue of Liberty. In the evening we went to Broadway and saw one of the most famous musicals, Chicago. This is the home of many Broadway theatres. On the way home we got off the subway to have a look at the Guggenheim Museum.
The next day we had a rest and spent a lazy day in Central Park, which is so huge that we ' -'i nearly got lost. Mark and Rob are very excited about their first days in New York, 2.
Avenues run north to south. Streets run parallel to the Hudson River. All New York streets have numbers instead of names. Mark and Rob have been inside the Empire State Building. Mark and Rob have been inside Rockefeller Center.
Mark and Rob have not been inside the Guggenheim Museum. There are streets called Broadway in many American cities. America in focus Streets and avenues — To find a place, it is very important to know the nearest cross-street and avenue to the address.
This will help you decide which bus or subway line to use, and it gives you an idea of how far away a restaurant or a shop is. For example, if you tell a New Yorker that you need to get to somewhere on 48th Street between — 11th and 12th Avenue, he or she will be able to tell you the way easily.
East and west street addresses — Fifth Avenue divides Manhattan Street addresses into east and west. That means that every street has two sides: east and west, and you can often find two buildings with the same number in the same street. For example: 1 West 8th Street and 1 East 8th Street. Excuse me, how do I get to? Turn left right On the left right side How many streets cross Central Park?
Go up down the ST Go straight on Go past Keep going until you see Work in pairs. Take turns to ask for and give directions. Use the map of New York. You are in Times Square and need to get to Penn Station.
Ask for directions. You are on 59th Street and First Avenue. You need to get to the Guggenheim Museum. Use the map of Moscow.
You are near the Bolshoi Theatre and need to get to Red Square. You are at China Town station and need to get to Tverskaya Street.
You are in Red Square and need to get to the Pushkin Monument. You are near the Russian State Library and need to get to Arbat. Read the envelope and say if her brothers are going to get her letter? What is Moscow famous for? On which river does Moscow stand? Why is Moscow the seat of the Russian government? What other important institutions are there in Moscow?
What is the central square called? What can a visitor see there? What is the most famous theatre called? Listen to the conversation, read the text of it and then answer the questions.
Where does Olga come from? Why are there tears in her eyes when she sees the Statue of Liberty? How did she get to America? What did Misha and his friends think about the Statue of Liberty? Why does Olga want to go to the Rockefeller Center again? Who was Rockefeller? Hello, Emily. Hello, boys. You have a Russian name. I am Russian. My parents came to America many many years ago and brought me with them.
I was only a little girl, but I remember the first thing I saw in America from on board the ship. Yes, it was. Every time I see it I get tears in my eyes. What do you think? Well, to be honest And there are still so many poor people in the streets Is that liberty? How about the Rockefeller Center? Olga and the friends arrive at the Rockefeller Center. Olga: Look at this building again, children. What do you see? Mark: The Rockefellers were rich aristocrats, right? Olga: John D.
When he decided to build this building during the Great Depression, he got no help from the government. So he used his own money to do it.
Rockefeller was quite an interesting man. Would you like to know more about him? America in focus. How to build words? The individual's highest fulfilment, greatest happiness, and widest usefulness are found in living in harmony with His will.
Sometimes there is more than one correct answer. Everybody has the right to be happy. People should keep their promises and never break them. T The most important thing is living in harmony with God. CD Everybody has the right to work. CD Someone who has a lot of money should do more for other people. Choose suitable words and make any necessary changes using the suffixes if you have to. Model: free - Rockefeller believed in freedom.
Unit 1 Lesson 5 29 Have you ever tried blintzes? VB Listen to the conversation and read the text of it. What kind of restaurant does Olga want to go to? Find the best explanation for the word posh. Are you guys hungry? Rob: Oh, yes. I like American hamburgers.
Olga: Mind your manners, boys. Never argue with grandma Olga. Just follow me and remember: New York has something for everybody. Look at the pictures and say what kind of restaurant the Carnegie Deli is.
Support your ideas with facts from the pictures. What are the people whose pictures you can see on the walls? What is the girl in the picture eating? What kind of food can you get in this restaurant? Will Misha, Mark and Rob find something that each of them likes in the deli?
Will someone who lives in 59th Street have to pay for delivery? Look through the extracts from the menu and find as many Russian words and dishes as you can.
The word itself comes from German and means delicacies, but it is used not only to describe the shop that sells the food, but also the products sold in the shop. Corned beef — In the 19th century butcher shops which sold meat closed every weekend. Butchers had to keep the unsold meat fresh for two days. There were no refrigerators at that time, so some butchers had the clever idea covering meat with salt. Which of these things ore advantages and which of them are disadvantages in a restaurant?
Translate the expressions and use a dictionary if necessary. Listen to the opinions and say: 1. This deli has great blintzes, but it also has amazing sandwiches. I like desserts, so I usually order blintzes. When you finish your food, you have to get up quickly and leave. Breakfast in this hotel is from 7 a. The breakfast she gave us was fantastic. The man who is looking at us is my uncle. It was a nice little village in the north of Russia.
The book I have been reading is on the table. She is a very polite woman. People who live in America eat a lot of burgers. Fill in the gaps.
Use the, a or no article. It was Homework A Misha is telling his friends about some of his favourite Russian dishes. Match the dish with the description. Get ready to describe Russian dishes to your friends in the next lesson. The recipe was invented in a St Petersburg cooking competition in the s. It won the first prize and was named after the Stroganov family, whom the cook was working for. This dish traditionally consists of beef, onions, mushrooms and sour cream.
The dish originates from the Caucasus. No picnic or outdoor party can do without this wonderful dish. Then the meat is put on skewers and cooked on an open fire. Bread used to be the most important food in Russia, and no dish was eaten without it.
They used to decorate it with leaves and flowers. Traditionally, mothers-in-law bake these for their sons-in-law at Easter, and they also used to be made for poor people and pilgrims. They should be thin, brown, and round and look like little suns. They are usually eaten with sour cream, jam, cheese and black or red caviar.
These are a favourite Russian dish. They are made of dough and meat and then they can be frozen and kept in the fridge for a long time.
They are served with butter, sour cream, vinegar or tomato ketchup. The recipe — was created at the end of the 18th century. Write about your first impressions. Use the plan to help you. You can also use the material from this unit. Use the words and expressions: The most fascinating part of the city is.. The most interesting building is It was a fantastic experience to I was greatly impressed by The most amazing place was Use the words and expressions: Personally, I think that To my mind For me Will I die on the way and be buried in the cold waters of the Atlantic or will I be killed by the fierce tribes which live in America?
Tm not afraid of that, there is only one thing that scares me: if I die, the memory of my family will be lost forever. So I have decided to write this diary.
I hope that one day somebody will read it. Mv name is Robin MacWizard. Many centuries ago a prophecy was made that one day a Scottish king Unit 1 Lesiions 9, 10 3 would rule both Scotland and England.
There's a hole in my bucket, and the water is running away. Your education runs away with most of my money. The river runs down to the sea. The poor boy has been run down by a bus.
The big ship has run down the little boat. The government's plans will run the country in for a lot of spending. I ran into the gatepost and hurt my knee. Guess who I run into in the High Street this afternoon?
I'll run you off my land. Take cure not to run the boat on the racks. Instead of making a break here, I want you to run the next sentence on. Slow down, you might run someone over.
The ship has run up the black flag. Have you been running up bills at the dress shop again? The firm ran up against strong competition. To the south-west of Vinnytchina, along the river Dniester, the area of kilometres presents the frontier with the Republic Moldova. According to the administrative division, the territory of the region consists of 27 districts and the regional centre consists of 3 municipal districts. Nowadays, Vinnytchina is a region of industry and highly mechanized agriculture, with a scientific basis.
During the two recent years Vinnytchina became one of the 5 best regions of independent Ukraine on gross output. According to the gross output of agricultural production, the region takes the second place in the state.
The settlement gradually developed from a farming village into a manufacturing and trading centre. Its chief cultural institutions are the Ukrainian Music and Drama Theatre, a puppet theatre, a philharmonic society, a literary museum dedicated to M. Kotsiubynsky, who was born in Vinnytsia, and a regional studies museum. The main architectural monuments are the Dominican , Jesuit — , and Capuchin monasteries and the wooden churches of St George and St Nicholas Its machine-building and metalworking enterprises produce instruments, radio devices, ball bearings, and tractor parts.
The large food industry consists of meat- packing, oil and fat processing, canning, and confectionery manufacture. The city's educational facilities include 12 technical secondary schools, 3 institutes pedagogical, polytechnical, and medical , and branches of the Ukrainian Agricultural Academy and the Kyiv Trade and Economics Institute. The Volyn Region takes a favourable geographical position and is situated on the crossroads of the European trade routes.
Meat and dairy, sugar beets, corn and flax are the main directions of the region's agricultural activities. Vocabulary :. The Volyn Region has a rich mineral and raw materials potential such as the coal, peat and clay fields, beds of various building materials that are being exploited for a long time.
The deposits of natural gas, copper, precious metals, phosphates and cement have been prospected. On the wall you will read the names of villages destroyed by the Nazis as well as other statistics — killed Volynians, 47 lost in prison camps.
Also you can read a verse which is translated as "These are not just numbers, but ashes and blood; these are not just numbers, but anguish and cries". Its northeastern part lies in the Dnieper Lowland, its southern part in the Black Sea Lowland, and its southeastern part in the Azov Upland. The region is rich in mineral resources: coal, iron and manganese ore, natural gas, and building materials granite, limestone, clay.
There are decorative stones, marble, gems, raw materials for steel and constructing industries, lime-stone, brown coal, peat among them. In agriculture, along with the production of grain and beans, sugar beets, milk and meat production, the region is in the first place in the country in the production of hop, flax and chicory. The industrial basis of the regional economy are its machine building and machine tools factories.
It is first mentioned in the chronicles under the year of , when it was destroyed by the Mongols. The chief architectural monuments are the Jesuit monastery, a Roman Catholic church , the Assumption Church , the Transfiguration Cathedral — , the city hall. They are: a regional studies museum, lite- rary memorial museums, dedicated to M. Kotsiubynsky and V. Korolenko, and a memorial museum devoted to S. The city's educational facilities include a pedagogical and an agricultural institute, a branch of the Kyiv Polytechnical University, 10 technical secondary schools.
The Botanical Gardens of the agricultural institute is the place that is very popular among the people. The cultural facilities include a picture gallery, a puppet theatre, the Ukrainian Music and Drama Theatre, and a philharmonic society. Some people can't imagine their lives without theatres, multistoreyed buildings and broad avenues — all that's typical of every big industrial city. There are no theatres, multistoreyed buildings and broad avenues in my town, but still I do like it because I was born here, my parents live here and I've spent almost all my life here.
Every morning you get up and breathe in fresh air full of various scents depending on a season: in summer it is a smell of fresh grass and flowers, in winter it is a smell of frost and snow which covers everything with its white thick duvet. My native town becomes especially beautiful in early spring when there is a great many rose-shrubs in flowerbeds and everything is in blossom. Those who want to have some entertainment can go to the recreation park that is famous for its carrousels.
It's a pity we have no concert-halls or theatres but you may go to the cinema and see a film there. We have a lot of opportunities to go in for sports because there are two big stadiums in the town. I quite forgot to tell you that there are some good cafes in my town, you can call at any of them. I am sure you'll like it there if you want to have some ice-cream or coffee or just have a talk with your friends.
The beauty of nature is a very good thing but there are things which may be more important and dear to people. Let's hope that I will like my own "nest" and will do everything to make it the most beautiful place on earth. There are many squares, large parks, wide streets with beautiful buildings, cinemas, theatres and shops. The main street of our town is not very long but it has a lot of modern and old buildings, shops, cafes, restaurants and bars.
We also have sports grounds, swimming-pools, gymnasiums and other good places where young people may spend their free time. The British Isles are separated from the continent by the narrow strait of water which is called the English Channel. As the country is surrounded by many seas there are some great ports at the seaside: London, Glasgow, Plymouth and others.
Seas and oceans influence the British climate which is not too cold in winter but never hot in summer. The legislative body, Parliament, consists of two chambers: the House of Lords and the House of Commons. The executive body consists of the central Government — that is the Prime Minister and the Cabinet of Ministers, who are responsible for initiating and directing the national policy. General elections, for all seats in the House of Commons, must be held at least every five years.
The Government is normally formed by the political party which is supported by the majority in the House of Commons. The leader of the party is appointed the Prime Minister by the Queen and chooses a team of ministers. The second largest party becomes the Official Opposition with its own leader and the "Shadow Cabinet".
The red rose was the emblem of Lancastrians, the white rose that of the Yorkists, the two Houses fighting for the English throne in the War of Roses. The insular geographical position of Great Britain promoted the development of shipbuilding, different trading contacts with other countries. Mark Twain said about America: "If you don't like the weather in New England, just wait a few minutes", but it is more likely to have been said about England. There are many rivers and very beautiful lakes, but there are no great forests on the British Isles.
The Celts who inhabited Britain saw their ships approaching and rushed to attack the invaders in the sea as they were landing. On the occasion of the battle hair and moustaches were painted red and their legs and arms were painted blue.
The well-armed invincible Romans under one of the greatest generals of that time had to return to France. In the next year, 54 B. The Celts fought bravely for their independence but they were not strong enough to drive the Romans off. The Romans who had better arms and armour and were much better trained defeated the Celts in several battles.
As soon as they had conquered Britain they began to build towns, splendid villas, public baths as in Rome itself. The wells which the Romans dug give water today, and the chief Roman roads are still among the highways of modern England.
After the withdrawal of Roman legions in , different tribes tried to control the territory of Britain. Many historical events and personalities led the country to the position of the powerful and highly-developed state.
Twenty-seven years later, Tchailovskyi came to England again to begin his first foreign concert tour. Later he mentioned that he had succeeded in reading Dickens in the original, which gave the novels a "fresh charm".
Some of Tchaikovskyi's most important symphonic music is based on themes taken from the works of great English poets: Shakespeare's "The Tempest", "Romeo and Juliet", "Hamlet" and Byron's "Manfred". It grew up around the first point where the Roman invaders found the Thames narrow enough to build a bridge.
They founded a Celtic settlement then known as Londinium and later they had turned it into a large port and important trading centre with a long wall of stone and brick.
It is the seat of the British government and it is one of the most beautiful buildings in London. To the right of the square there is the National Gallery which has a fine collection of European paintings. Another famous church is Westminster Abbey where kings, queens, and many famous people are buried. Of all the theatres the largest and the most magnificent is the Swan Theatre: for it accommodates three thousand people.
It is built of a mass of flint stones, and is supported by wooden columns painted in such an excellent imitation of marble that it is able to deceive even the most cunning people.
The actual date of the building and opening of the Swan Theatre is uncertain, but it was probably about Every day at two o'clock in the afternoon in the city of London two or three comedies are perfomed at separate places. The places are built so that the actors act on a raised platform, and everyone can see everything well enough. For Londoners, there is a love- hate relationship: most say they hate it but then assure you it is the best place for silk socks, toys, flowers, tea or whatever.
Its departments on five floors spread over twenty acres where 4 staff serve 50 customers. There are six restaurants, five bars, a library, bank, pet shop, dry cleaners, everything from Indian cigarettes to domestic equipment to buy, a ticket agency and departments for christening, weddings and funerals.
Not content with selling everyone else's goods, Harrods own-make goods fill an in-house shop and Harrods green buses do London tours. Henry Charles Harrod, a tea merchant, founded the institution with a small grocery shop and was pleased if his weekly takings were twenty pounds. But some years later his son had takings pounds a week and then lost everything in the fire.
Then he wrote to his customers: "I greatly regret to inform you, that in consequence of the above premises being burnt down, your order will be delayed in the execution for a day or two". Information desks inside most entrances will help you to find your way in the stores as well as "The Store Guide". The Celts who had first arrived in Wales in the 6th and 7th centuries B. These Druids could not read or write, but they memorized all the things about the laws, history, medicine necessary for the Celts.
The Saxons pushed the Welsh further and further towards the west until, in the 8th century, a Saxon king called Offa built a long ditch to keep them out of England. The Welsh king, Llywelyn the Great, tried to unite his people against the English, but his grandson, Llywelyn the Last, was finally defeated in Great Britain is a highly developed industrial country, and most of the people live in large cities. Its main attractions are the Floral clock made of growing flowers, and the Edinburgh Art Festivals, the annual summer performances of operas, dancing, music and drama.
After a two years study a special government commission had taken a decision to reform the English monetary system. The difficulty of the change of money is partly psychological, the English people have been accustomed to count twenty shillings in a pound, twelve pence in a shilling.
The new decision to divide the pound into one hundred "cents" will modernize the old monetary system, but the change will not be easy for millions of people. There are also many technical difficulties, connected with issuing at least six thousand million coins. The National Health Service provides free treatment for people living in Britain and gives emergency treatment for visitors. The National Health Service consists of three main parts: the general practitioners, the hospital and specialist services, and local health authority services.
Local health authorities are responsible for medical education, hospital building, environmental health, vaccination service and so on. The Department of Health provides anti-smoking education programmes, alcohol education programmes, cancer prevention programmes and so on. English people eat porridge with milk or cream and sugar, but the Scots — and Scotland is the home of porridge — never put sugar in it.
Many people, who go out to work, find it difficult to come home for lunch and go to a cafe or a restaurant, but they never miss a meal. Lunch is a big meal — meat or fish, potatoes and salad, puddings or fruit are quite usual for it.
In the afternoon, about four o'clock, the English have a cup of tea and a cake, or a slice or two of bread and butter.
They begin with soup, followed by fish, roast chicken, potatoes and vegetables, fruit and coffee. But in great many English homes the midday meal is the chief one of the day, and in the evening they only have light meal, for example, bread and cheese and a cup of coffee or cocoa and fruit.
The national character of the English has been described in different ways, but most commentators agree over one quality, which they describe as a sense of superiority or "insular pride".
Englishmen as individuals may have been insecure, threatened with the loss of their job, unsure of themselves or unhappy in many ways. The English are a well- disciplined people and it is probably no exaggeration to say that they have the best manners in the world.
They are all polite, they all know how to hold their knife and fork and how to behave in society. But they also confess that once one gets to know an Englishman better, he turns out to be a very companionable fellow. There is a pet in nearly every family and often the family dog or cat has a special chair near the fire, special food and a special place in the hearts of its owners. They certainly feel the same emotions: jealousy, envy, joy and happiness as others — only their external reactions are different.
When one speaks of the English, one usually means all the nations living within the borders of the United Kingdom — Scots, Welsh or Irish. The difference between these nations is great enough for everyone who lives in Britain, but for the outside world it is less apparent. Englishmen are very fond of fireplaces, that's why many of them prefer the open fire to central heating. As for the Scots, for example, they never put sugar in their porridge, they always put salt in it.
In some English houses lunch is the biggest meal of the day — they have meat or fish, vegetables, fruit or pudding. Some Englishmen have tea for breakfast, tea at lunch time, tea after dinner, tea at tea-time and tea with supper. Most English people love gardens, their own above all, and this is probably one reason why so many people prefer to live in houses rather than flats.
To many gardeners the process of growing the plants and taking care of them seems more important than the pleasure of looking at the flowers or the prospect of eating vegetables. In many places a competitive gardener's desire is to grow the biggest cabbages or leeks or carrots. In English homes, the fireplace has always been, until recent times, the focal point in the room. People may like to sit at a window on a summer day, but for many cold months of the year they like to sit round the fire and watch the dancing flames.
Above the fireplace there was usually a shelf on which there was often a clock and framed photographs of the members of the family.
There is no other part of the British Isles where national spirit is stronger, national pride more intense and national traditions more appreciated than in Wales. The Welsh language is still very much a living force and is taught side by side with English at schools.
Welshmen, who have a highly developed artistic taste, have contributed heavily to poetry, songs and drama. A procession headed by the Hastings band marches to an arena where the Mayor, members of town council and civil officials greet them.
To enable the judges to determine who possesses the most powerful voice the competitors are rowed to a small island about 75 yards from them. The greatest number of people of the Ukrainian origin almost 2 million live in the USA; one million people live in Canada and half a million live in Poland and Romania. The Ukrainian emigration started as early as the beginning of the 18th century when several dozens of Mazepa's followers emigrated to France.
Later on a part of Zaporizhian Cossacks, who were persecuted by the Russian government, settled beyond the Danube. The third wave of emigration was caused by the Second World War and included the Ukrainians, liberated by the Allied troops from the fascist labour camps, and the rests of the division SS "Galychyna" and Ukrainian Rising Army. Nowadays we witness the fourth wave of emigration from Ukraine, which is being caused by the grave economic situation in the country.
It is situated on the North American continent and is washed by three oceans: the Pacific, the Atlantic and the Arctic. America has fifty states and one federal District of Columbia where the capital of the country is situated.
All the legislative power is vested in Congress, which consists of the Senate and the House of Representatives. Two Senators from each state are elected by popular vote for a term of six years, the Representatives are elected for two-year term.
An essential role in the US political system is played by the Supreme Court, which may declare a law, passed by Congress, to be contradictory to the Constitution of the country. However, state laws and actions of state authorities must not conflict with the Constitution of the USA.
It is washed by the Atlantic Ocean in the east, by the Pacific Ocean in the west and by the Gulf of Mexico in the south. Together with the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California they have snow-capped peaks and clear mountain lakes. The USA has rich deposits of coal, oil, iron, zinc, copper, silver, phosphate rock, natural gas, uranium and non-ferrous metals. Average winter temperature is about 25 degrees below zero in Alaska and up to 20 degrees above zero in Florida. Average summer temperature varies from 14 degrees above zero in the western part and up to 32 degrees above zero in the southeast.
The region of the Cordilleras has semi-deserts, while the rest of the territory is rich in forests. Californian oranges, grapefruit and lemons are sold all over the USA and other parts of the world. The plains of Wyoming, stretching for hundreds of miles, are covered with short grass and sagebrush. After the Seven Years' War — the British Government increased its pressure on the colonies and put all possible obstacles in the way of their independent industrial development and trade.
As a result in Philadelphia in merchants, ship-owners, lawyers and others revolted and decided to stop trade with Britain and boycott the British goods. A prologue to the War for Independence in the North America was the "Boston tea-party" , as it was called. The British Government granted the East India Company the right of tax-free export of tea to the colonies. It caused indignation among the colonists, and especially the merchants involved in the sale of tea.
In December a group of members of the organization called the "Sons of Liberty" boarded the British ships in the port of Boston and dumped the whole cargo of tea into the harbour. The War for Independence of the American colonies began with a battle of colonists against British troops in April at Concord and at Lensington not far from Boston. On July 4, , the Continental Congress declared the united colonies to be independent of Great Britain. The new state was called the United States of America and the 4th of July became its national holiday.
The battle at Saratoga , when the Americans forced a large British army to capitulate, was a turning point in the long, hard War for Independence. When did the Continental Congress declare the united colonies to be independent of Great Britain? This little rhyme many American children learn to remember the date when Christopher Columbus "discovered" America. Was Christopher Columbus really the first person to discover the continent and return home to tell about it?
Probably not, but he was the first to return to Europe and tell all about what he believed to be a new route to Asia. Most people in Columbus' days thought that the earth was flat, and they did not believe that a route to the India across the Atlantic would be shorter and safer than a route around Africa. On the 12th of October, , when everybody was very tired and anxious, the lookout on the Pinta saw something like a white cliff shining in the moonlight.
He brought parrots, an alligator, a few pieces of gold jewelry, some unusual plants, and six American Indians. Some, like Columbus, came looking for new trade routes, others were seeking fortune, many of them were missionaries who wanted to convert the Native Americans. There were also other religious groups, such as the Quarkers, who founded the colony Pennsylvania. Other group is the Shakers, known for their beautiful wood work, and the Irish Catholics who settled in the colony of Maryland.
Mrs Wilson came to the kitchen and took butter, eggs and sugar. She made a big cake. Then she cooked a tasty dinner. Mr Wilson put on his best blue shirt.
They saw a car which stopped next to their house. They opened the door. And here was Jason and his mum and dad. Jason was six years old. He came to the country to see his grandma and grandpa.
They were all happy. Put the sentences in the correct order. Read them. Say what Mr and Mrs Wilson did in the morning. Complete the questions. Ask your classmate to answer them. Example: When did Mrs Wilson get up? How many? Say what little Jason and his family did on Saturday Section 2.
Look at the pictures and say what Mag and Alex usually do at home. I water the flowers. Complete the text. Say how Mag helped her mum.
Last Sunday Mag got get up at 9 am. Then she At half past nine Mag After breakfast Mag Say what you did at home last Sunday morning Did you help your mum or your dad?
May I help you to lay the table? You may put the cups and spoons on the table. Thank you. Grandpa, can you help me to draw this picture, please? In a minute. Complete the sentences and say what Mag and her family did yesterday. Listen and match the correct day. Say what Alex did on different days of the week. Ask your classmates what they like to do at home. Example: Do you like to take your pet for a walk? Yes, I do. Example: I like to lay the table. Listen to the poem. Read the sentences to illustrate the pictures.
One Busy Housewife One busy housewife to sweep up the floor. Two busy housewives to polish the door. Three busy housewives to wash all the socks. Four busy housewives to wind up the clocks. Five busy housewives to cook dinner too. Example: A: Did you do your homework two days ago? B: Yes, I did. A: Did you ski in the park two days ago? Example: Lena did her homework two days ago. Jane and her mother lived in a small house.
Every day her mother cleaned the rooms, did the washing up, cooked, fed the pets, and watered the trees and the flowers in the garden. She did not like to work. Chantel Jeffries , Jeremih. Around The World. Con Calma. Daddy Yankee , Katy Perry , Snow.
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