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Unit 1. Family

Grammar: Personal pronouns and their derivatives; to be; to have; there is/are; plurals of nouns; some, any, no and their derivatives; Active Simple tenses; basic forms of the verb; Conditional I

Vocabulary

Bachelor of Science /Arts – бакалавр естественных /

гуманитарных наук

cousin n – двоюродный брат, /-ая сестра

divorced a – разведенный

enough adv – достаточно

get on – ладить

grandparent n – бабушка, дедушка

grandchild n – внук, внучка

guest n – гость

housewife n – домохозяйка

hostel n – общежитие

husband n – муж

magazine n – журнал

married a – женатый, замужем

modern conveniences – современные удобства

neighbour n – сосед

pen-friend / penpal / keypal n – друг по переписке

parent n – родитель

secondary school – общеобразовательная школа

share household chores/duties – делить домашние обязанности

single a одинокий, холостой,

незамужняя

suburb n – пригород

surname n – фамилия

spend time – проводить время

teenager/teen n – подросток

wife n – жена

1.1 Read these words and give their Russian equivalents.

Nouns n (существительные): university, principle, mathematics, physics

Verbs v (глаголы): form, start, finish, organize

Adjectives a (прилагательные): special, technical, practical, general, favourite

Adverbs adv (наречия): finally, practically, generally, often, seldom

Grammar: Personal and Possessive Pronouns

Person

Subject,

pronoun

Object

pronoun

Possessive

adjective

Possessive pronoun

Reflexive,

pronoun

Singular

1

I

me

my

mine

myself

2

you

you

your

yours

yourself

3

he

she

it

him

her

it

his

her

its

his

hers

its

himself

herself

itself

Plural

1

we

us

our

ours

ourselves

2

you

you

your

yours

yourselves

3

they

them

their

theirs

themselves

1.2 Choose the correct pronoun.

a) 1.She gives me her/hers phone number and I gave her my/mine. 2.They take you home in their/theirs car. 3.We show them our/ours documents. 4.Is that book your/yours? 5.Here are his notes. Can you see their/them? 6.This isn’t my/mine bag. My/Mine is brown. 7.Can we use your/yours CD-player? Our/ours is broken.

b) 1.They love their/them daughter. 2.Here’s her/she computer. She uses him/his/it every day. 3.Do you like us/our new house? 4.Look at the map. This is Scotland. It/Its capital is Edinburgh. 5.They don’t often visit us/our. 6.Can you see their/them children? – No, I can’t see their/them. 7.Do you want to watch the film? – No, I don’t like him/it. 8.Where’s John? Find him/his at once. 9.Take your/you watch and give them/it to we/us. 10.Where are her/me glasses? She usually wears it/them at work. 11.The cat looks at my/me with his/its yellow eyes.

1.3 Fill in the gaps choosing suitable reflexive pronouns.

1.She felt so unhappy that she threw … on the bed and cried. 2.Look at … in the mirror: your face is all dirty. 3.Hurry up, children! Put away your toys. You must do it … . 4.After the shower he dried … on a big and soft towel. 5.It was a wonderful day and we really enjoyed … . 6.I know that I’ll never let … ask her such a question. 7.They have nobody to thank but … .

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