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XV. Give an oral or written summary of the story and the introduction using Present and Past Tenses.

XVI. Retell the story: a) in the name of the boy; b) in the name of the nurse.

XVII. Compose flashes of conversation according to the models. Work in pair.

1.A. What's the time now?

В. 1 believe, it's about six.

A. Can you tell me the exact time, please?

B. It is five to six.

2.A. Go downstairs and fetch me a glass of water, please.

B. Here you are.

A.Thanks a lot.

B.You are welcome.

3.A. It's the wrong size, I am afraid. Give me a suit one size bigger.

B. Here you are. Is it the right size now?

A. Yes, it is. Thank you.

XVIII. Compose short dialogues. Use the suggested words and word combinations and develop the situations. Work in pair.

Example 1. A. Can you guess her age?

В. I think I can. She's about thirty.

A. You are right (wrong).

You guessed it right (wrong).

his profession; his nationality; my lucky number; the right answer; the end of the story

Example 2. A. Have you read the story "Sailing Down the Chesapeake"?

B. Yes, I have.

A. When did you read it?

B. This week (last month, year).

A. What is it about?

B. I (hardly) remember, (it's about...)

"My Fair Lady", "Jesus Christ-Superstar", "Pygmalion", "Hello, Dolly"

Example 3. A. How (what) about going to the theatre tonight (today, tomorrow, on Sunday)?

B. With great pleasure, thank you.

A. How about Sunday night?

B. It's all right with me.

to go to the pictures; to go to the country; to sail down the Volga; to go to the seaside; to go fishing (skiing, skating, shopping); to have lunch (dinner, coffee, tea)

Example 4. A. Has the bell gone yet?

B. No, it hasn't, five minutes are left.

A. Have you read the book yet?

B. No, I haven't. Less (more) than fifty pages are left for me to read.

one hour; half an hour; two months; one paragraph; one hundred and twenty pages; two articles

Example 5. A. I believe Niagara Falls are bigger than Victoria Falls, is that true?

B. No, you are wrong. Niagara Falls are smaller than Victoria Falls.

good — bad; easy — difficult; near — far; little — much; beautiful — ugly; early — late; cold — hot; clever — silly; poor — rich; short — long

XIX. Topical questions for discussion.

1. What can you say about the boy? 2. What do you think the boy had done? 3. Why is the story called "Sailing Down the Chesapeake"? 4. Do you think the story is true to life? Why do you think so?

XX. Speak on the following topics using correct tenses, degrees of comparison and some of the suggested words and word combinations:

a) A friend of Yours

a clever (lucky, nice) fellow; to come true; a fellow student (countryman); a happy man (face, smile); a true friend; to tell the truth (a lie); to keep a promise; to look like; to look well (nice); to look after; to feel well (fine, tired, ill); to be angry; to remember; to wear a beard (glasses); to fall ill (in love); poor health; to go in for sports; to leave home for; to travel about; to go skiing (skating); to go on business; to go down to the country; to stay; it's true; the right man; the right place

b) The Book You are Reading, or have Read

a paperback; a hard-cover; to describe; to be popular with; a plot; story¬telling; to be characteristic of; true to life characters; a hero; a heroine; main characters; scenes; to be based on (a story, a true episode); vivid; to look (sound) strange (silly, clever; sad); the poor; the rich; common people; poor knowledge; to remember; to guess; to think; to believe; to suppose; to tell the truth; it's true that; a happy end; to look through; to come across; to look up words (expression); to keep to the subject

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